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Started by CTG, January 30, 2007, 01:50:11 AM

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CTG

Quote from: Chulk on June 24, 2009, 07:52:27 AM
Well, once I was looking for myself in a guest's list and couldn't find myself... Because I was actually looking for Chulk!

Addict! :D

Chulk

Quote from: CTG on June 24, 2009, 10:49:39 AM
Quote from: Chulk on June 24, 2009, 07:52:27 AM
Well, once I was looking for myself in a guest's list and couldn't find myself... Because I was actually looking for Chulk!

Addict! :D
Touché!
Yes, it is me. No, I'm not back at racing (for now...)

SuperBrian

List updated:

4.44.45 Brian Willum Petersen
AbuRaf70 Anelio Baronetti
Akoss Poo ?kos Pint?r
Alain il professore Alain Per?
Alan Rotoi Patricio Iv?n Martin Sbarbi Osuna
Bonzai Joe Jacob ?stergaard
Chulk Ignacio Santivanez
CTG P?ter P?l Varga
Dark Chaser Alexandre Ramos
Death Man Jason Cousineau
Diesel Joe Niki Hosseinian-Sereshki
Dinmor Thomas Mulvad
Dottore P?ter P?l Varga
Duplode Daniel Mlot Pinheiro
Friker Viktor Tomkov??
Gutix Gustavo Nielsen
Horst Paul Oliver Kalpen
Inavoeg Geovani M. da Silva
JTK Oliver Kalpen
Juank23 Juan Camilo Espedes
KHR Markus Kalpen
Krys Toff Christophe Van Houtte
Lene Lene Lydia Petersen
Leo Ramone Leonardo Alberto Bonassoli
Lise Lise Dilling-Hansen
Luke Lukas L?hrer
Marci M?rton ?cs
Mark Nailwood Markus Nagelholz
Marool Cool Markus Kalpen
Mft P?ter ?cs
Mingva Mindaugas Gvozdas
CTG P?ter P?l Varga
Paradisio Mindaugas Gvozdas
Pavekiller Flemming Willum Petersen
Pedro Antonio Pedro Antonio Rodriguez Sastre
Q Dierk Widmann
Renato Biker Renato Brodzinski
Roy Wiegerinck Roy Wiegerinck
Selahi Selahi Durusoy
Sergio Baro Sergio Baronetti
StuntingHoschte Felix Sperling
Super Brian Brian Willum Petersen
Sylvain Chabert Sylvain Chabert
Thodran Nick Maiberg
Trx M?ty?s Tersty?nszky
Usrin Andr?s Uhrin
Umberto ?cs? R?bert Ács
Zak McKracken P?ter Ács
Daffy duck  Xavier van Houtte
Tweety Bird  Thomas van Houtte
Charles Dickens said: "An idea, like a ghost, must be spoken to a little before it will explain itself."

CTG

#48
Quote from: SuperBrian on November 02, 2011, 01:44:59 PM
List updated:

4.44.45 Brian Willum Petersen

Am I the only one recognizing this? :D

Shoegazing Leo

My problem is that usually I need to say that there is two S and one L and not two ZZ and the final letter is a I and not a E. It's easy giving the ID.

Duplode last name is a tree: pinetree. There are some portuguese surnames with names of trees like some footballers: Parreira (grape vine), Daniel Carvalho and Ricardo Carvalho (Oak), Ricardo Oliveira (Olive), Zezé and Aymoré Moreira (Mora).


Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister

Two more names to the list:

Szabee - Szabolcs Tóth
kahdra (only USC so far) - Ildikó Móricz
Chürműű! :-)

1758.40 km

CTG

#51
Here are the most popular Hungarian family names, with their translation (according to Wikipedia, from ~10,000,000 inhabitants). As you can see, nation and profession names are dominant.

232,549 - Nagy (=Big / Large)
214,678 - Kovács (=Smith)
210,424 - Tóth (tót=a synonym for "Slovak")
207,383 - Szabó (=Tailor)
198,598 - Horváth (horvát=Croatian)
136,587 - Varga (=Cobbler / Shoemaker, practically I'm "Peter Schumacher" ;D)
129,613 - Kiss (kis with one "s" means small / little)
105,813 - Molnár (=Miller)
90,586 - Németh (német=German)
82,740 - Farkas (=Wolf)
81,101 - Balogh (=Left-handed)
52,175 - Papp (pap=Priest)
51,287 - Takács (=Weaver)
50,587 - Juhász (=Shepherd)
48,276 - Lakatos (=Locksmith)
39,494 - Mészáros (=Butcher)
38,338 - Oláh (synonym for Romanian)
37,491 - Simon
35,084 - Rácz (rác is a synonym of Serbian)
34,066 - Fekete (=Black)
...
23,017 - Pintér (=Cooper / Barrelmaker; I don't know which one is preferred by Akoss Poo and Lupuszka :D); 29th place anyway
...
Quite surprising, but Ács (=Carpenter) is not in TOP100 - so there are less than 10,000 of them in Hungary. However, I guess they are between #101 and #120.

Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister

Wheelwright=Bognár, while Left-handed=Balogh
Chürműű! :-)

1758.40 km

CTG

Quote from: Akoss Poo on January 22, 2015, 11:44:47 AM
Wheelwright=Bognár, while Left-handed=Balogh

Corrected, my eyes ran over a few columns and rows... ;D (Bognár is 65th anyway)

Shoegazing Leo

The 30 most common surnames in Brazil (country with 200 millions of people)


Silva = means from forest, from jungle. Portuguese name for the people who setled in the countryside.
Souza = toponimic portuguese name from the portugueses city of Sousa (I have a grandmother who is Souza)
Costa = means from the coastal region. Portuguese name for the people who setled in the coast.
Santos = means Saints in portuguese. Another portuguese name
Oliveira = Olive tree
Pereira = Pear tree
Rodrigues = descendent of Rodrigo
Almeida = is the most common in Portugal. This name comes from a castle in Portugal.
Nascimento = means birth. Religious origin from the Christ's birth.
Lima = another portuguese name. Is from a type of barricade of castles and is used with the meaning of "from the borders"
Araújo = another portuguese. Is from a tree with flowers of Northern Portugal and Galiza.
Fernandes = portuguese name who means descendent of Fernando.
Carvalho = Oak
Gomes = portuguese name with latin origin from middle-age guma, probably an abreviation of Comarius (man of war)
Martins = descendent of Martin
Rocha = Rock.
Ribeiro = who lives near of a river
Alves = abreviation of Álvares, who means descendent of Álvaro
Monteiro = portuguese name for a type of work: mounted guard
Mendes = who descend of Mendo, a short arcaic form of Hermenegildo, a portuguese name of visgothic origin
Barros = portuguese and spanish name with origin in Haros, the lord of Vizcaya.
Freitas = portuguese name from the latin fractus, neaning broken. Maybe the first Freitas came from a region with broken rocks
Barbosa = portuguese name, but with spanish and french origin. From the Barbosa Village, near Sousa and Penafiel.
Pinto = portuguese name, maybe given to a cavalier who won a battle and finished very dirt of blood, painted. Pinto is a brazilian word for penis.
Moura = portuguese name. Is from a village called Moura.
Cavalcanti = italian name from Firenze who have a very antique ramification in Brazil, mainly in Northeastern region.
Dias = descendent of Diogo.
Castro = portuguese name with origin in the city of Castroxerez/Castrojerez in Burgos, Spain.
Campos = portuguese and spanish name with origin in Campi Gotorum, today regions of Palencia, León and Valladolid.
Cardoso = who came in a terrain with a lot of cardos (thistles)

zaqrack

#55
I like how these Brazilian surnames rather reflect the location than the profession/nationality.

Shoegazing Leo

Quote from: zaqrack on January 22, 2015, 02:09:03 PM
I like how these Brazilian surnames rather reflect the location than the profession/nationality.

The most of brazilian surnames are portuguese. On the TOP 30 only Cavalcanti is not portuguese. But the mine is not portuguese.

zaqrack

Shoegazing or Ramone neither sounds really portuguese indeed ;)

OK, Bonassoli also not really :)

Akoss Poo a.k.a. Zorromeister

#58
Update:

4.44.45 Brian Willum Petersen
AbuRaf70 Anelio Baronetti
Aignur Ole (and his penis :-) )
Akoss Poo (until 2000: Akoos Poo) Ákos Pintér
Alain il professore Alain Péré
Alan Chuyrtix 70 Péter Pál Varga
Alan Rotoi Patricio Iván Martin Sbarbi Osuna
CTG Péter Pál Varga
Bonzai Joe Jacob Vilhelm Stubbe Östergaard
Böbszlee Erzsébet Varga-Oláh
Chulk Ignacio Santivanez
Crazy Driver Péter Pál Varga
CTG Péter Pál Varga
Daffy duck  Xavier van Houtte
Dark Chaser Alexandre Ramos
Death Man Jason Cousineau
Diesel Joe Niki Hosseinian-Sereshki
Dinmor Thomas Mulvad
Dottore Péter Pál Varga
Dragonfly Péter Pál Varga
Dstien = Daniel Stien
Duplode Daniel Mlot Pinheiro
Eszti Eszter Szabó
Friker Viktor Tomkovic
Gelato Baker Péter Pál Varga
Gutix Gustavo Nielsen
Horst Paul Oliver Kalpen
Inavoeg (until 200x: Geovani M. da Silva ) Geovani M. da Silva
JTK Oliver Kalpen
Juank23 Juan Camilo Espedes
kahdra Ildikó Móricz
KHR Markus Kalpen
Krys Toff Christophe Van Houtte
Lene Lene Lydia Petersen
Lise Lise Dilling-Hansen
Luke Lukas Löhrer
Lupuszka Aliz Boglárka Pintér
Marci Márton Ács
Mark Nailwood Markus Nagelholz
Marool Cool Markus Kalpen
Mft Péter Ács
Mingva Mindaugas Gvozdas
Mislav Mislav Dezelic
M. Schumacher Mislav Dezelic
CTG Péter Pál Varga
Orgona Bernadett Bóday Orgona
Paradisio Mindaugas Gvozdas
Pavekiller Flemming Willum Petersen
Pedro Antonio Pedro Antonio Rodriguez Sastre
Pershing II Patrick Perschy
Q Dierk Widmann
Renato Biker Renato Brodzinski
Rocky pipsqueak Péter Pál Varga
Roy Wiegerinck Roy Wiegerinck
Schila = Zsuzsanna Bera
Selahi Selahi Durusoy
Sergio Baro Sergio Baronetti
Shoegazing Leo (until 2014: Leo Ramone) Leonardo Alberto Bonassoli
StuntingHoschte Felix Sperling
Super Brian Brian Willum Petersen
Sylvain Chabert Sylvain Chabert
Szabee Szabolcs Tóth
Thodran Nick Maiberg
Trx Mátyás Terstyánszky
Tweety Bird  Thomas van Houtte
CTG Péter Pál Varga
Usrin András Uhrin
Umberto Ácsó Róbert Ács
vamologocomisso Joao Gilberto
Zak McKracken Péter Ács
Chürműű! :-)

1758.40 km

Shoegazing Leo

Quote from: zaqrack on January 22, 2015, 06:40:36 PM
Shoegazing or Ramone neither sounds really portuguese indeed ;)

OK, Bonassoli also not really :)

Is an italian name from Lombard region, more exactly from Bergamo and Cremona.