Re: First Name Question
- From: jewishgen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx (tom klein)
- Date: 1 Jul 2007 12:43:08 -0700
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Based on previous discussions on JewishGen, it would seem that "Yitzhak"
and "Aizik" were considered to be different names (such that siblings might
be named "Yitzhak" and "Aizik"), but also used together, as in your case,
with a combination of hebrew and yiddish names.
But it would help if you were more specific about the time and place.
........ tom klein, toronto
tina levine <tsl553@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:---
1. I'm trying to find out whether in europe, parents used the same name for more
than one child who lived to adulthood?
For instance, naming one son Avraham Yitzhak and the other Yitzhak Aizik.
2. I discovered a possible relative whose father's name was Yitzhak Aizik.
Are these the same names (with one in hebrew and one in yiddish) or, if not,
what else could explain such a name?
Sender: tom klein <jewishgen@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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