It's hard to say, since she grew up in two cultures, Iceland and Scotland -- her dad is Scottish, hence the surname; she also has an Icelandic matronymic
, 'Kristinardottir' -- and never really felt like she fit in.
These names could be patronymic (from the father), matronymic
(from the mother), or neither; the specific relevant categories consist of patronymic female-specific, matronymic
gender-neutral, and female-specific but neither patronymic nor matronymic
Of particular note is Statius' matronymic
, Atalantiades, (111) a curious hapax legomenon.
Flavia Menandra's matronymic
obviously follows in lines II.
Unlike the patronymic Wright women who are named for Helene's absent and unmissed husband, the matronymic
Peace household is named for the women who, with the exception of Eva's husband, love maleness for its own sake.
From the etymology of her name Penelope is veiled by the yam the spins, materially evident in matronymic
attribute (pene = "spindle").
Milton states that if medicine had been able to prevent death, Chiron (here given the matronymic
Philyreie (25) - son of the nymph Philyra) would not have been fatally injured by an arrow.
comprise organizational misbehavior, non-compliant behavior, antisocial behavior, workplace deviance, dysfunctional workplace behavior, counterproductive behavior, employee vice, workplace aggression, organizational retaliation behavior, and organization-motivated aggression (Peterson, 2002; Robinson & Greenberg, 1998).
Catalina names the boy Domingo Diaz Puilja, an insistence on matronymics
, rather than patronymics, so that her name might continue.
Perhaps this explains the use of matronymics
instead of the patronyms expected in Semitic societies.