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Topic: The French names

Colleagues, I welcome. Jacque-willows Cousteau came across a mention of the known character, and the question which tormented me since the childhood was recalled. Why in francium all double names begin with "Jean" or "Jacque"? Jacque-willows, Jean-Claude, Jean-Paul. But there is no "Pierre-Claude" (probably and is, it is simple carriers of this name are less known). As "Pierre-Jacque", "Pol-Zhan" did not hear reverse variants. (Jean-Jacque was, which Russo This combo). Thus that such and unary names are. Separately Jean (Renault for example) and separately Pierre (same Rishar). To what it is connected? Simply with ?

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Re: The French names

Hello, Unforgiver, you wrote: U> But there is no "Pierre-Claude" (probably and is, it is simple carriers of this name are less known). As "Pierre-Jacque", "Pol-Zhan" did not hear reverse variants. (Jean-Jacque was, which Russo This combo). To Tula, Pol-Zhan Pol-Zhak Bonzon U> Thus that such and unary names are. Separately Jean (Renault for example) and separately Pierre (same Rishar). U> To what it is connected? Simply with ? Well for example, Jean-Paul Belmondo. His father was called by Pol.

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Re: The French names

Hello, andrey.desman, you wrote: AD> Hello, Unforgiver, you wrote: U>> But there is no "Pierre-Claude" (probably and is, it is simple carriers of this name are less known). As "Pierre-Jacque", "Pol-Zhan" did not hear reverse variants. (Jean-Jacque was, which Russo This combo). AD> to Tula, Pol-Zhan AD> Pol-Zhak Bonzon Figase, did not know. U>> thus that such and unary names are. Separately Jean (Renault for example) and separately Pierre (same Rishar). U>> To what it is connected? Simply with ? AD> Well for example, Jean-Paul Belmondo. His father was called by Pol. I.e. it is type a patronymic? Then on idea if one generation "Zhany Polivichi" the following  to be "Zhanovichi", however it not so (at least not in large quantities.

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Re: The French names

Hello, Unforgiver, you wrote: AD>> Well for example, Jean-Paul Belmondo. His father was called by Pol. U> I.e. it is type a patronymic? Then on idea if one generation "Zhany Polivichi" the following  to be "Zhanovichi", however it not so (at least not in large quantities. It not a patronymic, Jean-Paul a uniform name, it not Jean and not Pol.

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Re: The French names

Hello, Unforgiver, you wrote: AD>> Well for example, Jean-Paul Belmondo. His father was called by Pol. U> I.e. it is type a patronymic? Then on idea if one generation "Zhany Polivichi" the following  to be "Zhanovichi", however it not so (at least not in large quantities. . Esteemed still... Always thought that this patronymic, but appeared that is not present or is not mandatory. They have two variants: Jacque Iv (two names, the first/basic is officially used), and Jean-Paul (a uniform name, it Jean, Pol, namely Jean-Paul). So, all business in a hyphen.