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DefinedMeaning talk:voornaam (392405)

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This article (voornaam (392405)) needs attention because:
 
  1. There are languages having first names before their family names, like English, others with the opposite word order, for example Korean, and some have both, such as the majority of low and high German local dialects.
    Thus I suggest to reword the Definition: Name, der einer Person nach der Geburt gegeben wird und der in den meisten Sprachen vor oder hinter dem Familiennamen steht, im Standarddeutschen praktisch immer dahinter. = Name given to a person after having been born, being usually put in front the family name or behind it in most languages, in English always before it.
  2. Translating this to Kölsch, you cannot do without adding some precision, because there is a verb "giving a name to" (originally having meant "baptising", but now being universal) and you cannot refer to "person" here, you must use "child" instead, else you get something very strange. Is that kind of translation accepted?

--Purodha Blissenbach

 

It has been added to this category for attention. Thank you for your patience.