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  • #346190

    Anonymous

    Hello there my slavic brothers and sisters  8)

    Anyone know where Meškin surename came from? Thanks…

    #425921

    Anonymous

    Even tho it sounds as a Dalmatian surname, there isn't a lot of Meškins in Croatia, only dozen people have it here, so it most likley originated in central Bosnia.

    #425922

    Anonymous
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    Even tho it sounds as a Dalmatian surname, there isn't a lot of Meškins in Croatia, only dozen people have it here, so it most likley originated in central Bosnia.

    Yea most of us are in Bugojno or Travnik in central Bosnia… But I know that what you say, I want to hear something where my surname came from, but anyway thanks..

    #425923

    Anonymous

    And can anyone tell me if this looks like slavic surname? I know the surname ends with IN and most of the Russian surnames are ending with IN..

    #425924

    Anonymous
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    And can anyone tell me if this looks like slavic surname? I know the surname ends with IN and most of the Russian surnames are ending with IN..

    I think it's ethnically in fact really Bosnian, probably from times of Bogumilism. From the sound of it.

    #425925

    Anonymous
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    I think it's ethnically in fact really Bosnian, probably from times of Bogumilism. From the sound of it.

    amazing :D thanks

    #425926

    Anonymous

    Pity we dont speak same language, so I hope there are online translators for Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian language, there is word MEŠAK and latin translation would be "foliculum".
    Not to mention that surname is much younger invention than "Bogumilism", so previous reply would be constructing of history/surname for daily politic use.
    Out of topic, are there also posts about pyramids in Bosnia ??

    #425927

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    Pity we dont speak same language, so I hope there are online translators for Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian language, there is word MEŠAK and latin translation would be "foliculum".
    Not to mention that surname is much younger invention than "Bogumilism", so previous reply would be constructing of history/surname for daily politic use.
    Out of topic, are there also posts about pyramids in Bosnia ??

    really don't know what you speaking about? what you trying to say, that mine grandparents are Serbs or what? really don't know…

    #425928

    Anonymous
    Quote:
    Pity we dont speak same language, so I hope there are online translators for Serbian, Croatian and Bosnian language, there is word MEŠAK and latin translation would be "foliculum".
    Not to mention that surname is much younger invention than "Bogumilism", so previous reply would be constructing of history/surname for daily politic use.
    Out of topic, are there also posts about pyramids in Bosnia ??

    either we have a nice little troll here or I can smell a hater :-P
    There is translator out there and it is called Google translate ;-) but to respect the other people here we will continue to write in english.
    and yes you can find loads of information about Bosnian Pyramids out there.

    To answer the question: surname Meškin is from centraleuropean origin ( Polish, Slovak) and it is derivate from MIŠKIN.
    There is a theory that most of old bosnians come from south of Poland, so this would be another interesting point to the topic.

    #425929

    Anonymous
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    To answer the question: surname Meškin is from centraleuropean origin ( Polish, Slovak) and it is derivate from MIŠKIN.
    There is a theory that most of old bosnians come from south of Poland, so this would be another interesting point to the topic.

    Possibly around Krakow, ex-White Croatia? :D

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    Out of topic, are there also posts about pyramids in Bosnia ??

    There are few articles on it: http://www.slavorum.com/forum/index.php?topic=5935.0
    and a long thread on them: http://www.slavorum.com/forum/index.php?topic=346.0

    :D

    #425930

    Anonymous

    meškin or miškin are both east-slavic surnames.

    #425931

    Anonymous
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    meškin or miškin are both east-slavic surnames.

    I think he would like to know what the surname means tho

    #425932

    Anonymous

    I'm really glad to hear that… My father tells me that our old family came from Chechnia, one of his friends tell him it, what a genius haha.. And yes I would like to know what my surname means? I know what MIŠ means "mouse" but is anything interesting behind it?

    #425933

    Anonymous

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    Possibly around Krakow, ex-White Croatia? :D

    There are few articles on it: http://www.slavorum.com/forum/index.php?topic=5935.0
    and a long thread on them: http://www.slavorum.com/forum/index.php?topic=346.0

    :D

    White Croatia FTW.  :P

    #425934

    Anonymous
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    meškin or miškin are both east-slavic surnames.

    I support this.

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