Ulichnye Familii among Doukhobors of the Caucasus and Canada

@article{Kalmakoff2019UlichnyeFA,
  title={Ulichnye Familii among Doukhobors of the Caucasus and Canada},
  author={Jonathan J. Kalmakoff},
  journal={Onomastica},
  year={2019}
}
Ulichnye Familii among Doukhobors of the Caucasus and Canada A longstanding folk tradition among rural Russian peasants, ulichnye familii (‘street surnames’) were used by Doukhobors colloquially ‘on the street’ of a village to distinguish among families sharing the same official surname. Similar to Quebecois dit names and Scottish sept names, ulichnye familii arose because of the low surname stock within Doukhobor society. Passed down to succeeding generations and transferred between… 

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