Recollecting, however, that the valiant Amadis was not content to call himself curtly Amadis and nothing more, but added the name of his kingdom and country to make it famous, and called himself Amadis of Gaul, he, like a good knight, resolved to add on the name of his, and to style himself Don Quixote of La Mancha, whereby, he considered, he described accurately his origin and country, and did honour to it in taking his surname
Very full--er--excuse me-- lady's name, Christian and surname
In some way a feeling got among the coloured people that it was far from proper for them to bear the surname
of their former owners, and a great many of them took other surnames
There are two or three stories about how Bede came to be given his surname
He had explained that this meant little John; but as he would also repeat very often that he was a mountaineer (some word sounding in the dialect of his country like Goorall) he got it for his surname
At these words Jones started from his chair, and, bidding the boy follow him immediately, departed from the kitchen into a private apartment; for, so delicate was he with regard to Sophia, that he never willingly mentioned her name in the presence of many people; and, though he had, as it were, from the overflowings of his heart, given Sophia as a toast among the officers, where he thought it was impossible she should be known; yet, even there, the reader may remember how difficultly he was prevailed upon to mention her surname
Pierre, give me the coffee," she said, addressing Petritsky, whom she called as a contraction of his surname
, making no secret of her relations with him.
I have signed it for the ladies, ma'am,' he said, 'and you'll have the goodness to sign it for yourself, Christian and Surname
, there, if you please.
Bob Glamour blows his nose, and Jonathan of the no surname
is moved to do likewise, but lacking a pocket handkerchief abandons that outlet for his emotion.
Burns" (such it seems was her name: the girls here were all called by their surnames
, as boys are elsewhere), "Burns, you are standing on the side of your shoe; turn your toes out immediately.
It was this custom which entitled me to the names of either of the chieftains I had killed; in fact, some of the warriors addressed me as Dotar Sojat, a combination of the surnames
of the two warrior chieftains whose metal I had taken, or, in other words, whom I had slain in fair fight.
She had an odd foreign way of addressing men by their surnames
I am Dotar Sojat," I replied, recalling a name given me by the Tharks many years before, from the surnames
of the first two of their warriors I had killed, which is the custom among them.
It will be seen that the poor fellow had a choice of surnames
It was one of Miss Chalice's delicacies that she always addressed her lovers by their surnames