Swords versus rabbits: What's in a surname

Nicholson, Tom
June 2001
Slovak Spectator;6/25/2001, Vol. 7 Issue 25, p8
Discusses the origin of Slovak surnames. Nicknames used by members of the Slovak mafia; How women's surnames are formed; Differences between English and Slovak surnames.


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