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Synonyms for last name

the name used to identify the members of a family (as distinguished from each member's given name)

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Meanwhile, five Australians bearing the first or last name Houston, along with their guests, will be on the return flight on January 20 from Sydney to Houston.
Stevie denied my baby for 10 months, her last name is Hernandez so let's just get that very clear," she said.
I'll probably give my kid(s) a hyphenated last name of mine and my spouse's.
I lost more than my last name and my family heritage; people look to the last name to determine my country of origin.
Reid is a last name from Scotland and means red-haired.
GUILTY: Stanley Kissoon failed to tell police he had changed his last name to Herrman
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The figures present a record of the number of individuals in Israel with one of the most common 500 Jewish and non-Jewish last names on December 31, 2013.
The 29-year old American socialite has sparked divorce rumors as she changed her Instagram account name by removing her 33-year old American professional basketball player husband's last name, Radar Online reported.
To comply with a statute in the Turkish Civil Code, GE-lizar Tuncer, an ystanbul lawyer for 31 years, had to add her husband's last name, GE-neE-, at the end of her name in official documents after she got married in 2005.
The child had the surname of the father (Pappel) and the mother applied to have the child's name changed to her new husband's last name (Bergen).
However, he believes that the nomination of parliamentary candidates with the same last name, first name and patronymic in one electoral district, is often dirty tricks, which are aimed to mislead voters.
To begin, write your last name across the top of the grid.
Controversial presenter Paul Henry resigned from state broadcaster Television New Zealand after he caused official complaints over mocking the last name of New Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit.
A story in Thursday's Prep Football 2010 section misspelled his last name "Thieffelt" and identified him as a senior.