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Old 01-10-2009, 02:45 AM   #52
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Slovak,

The name of Marko's grandfather is recorded by some writers as Mrnjava, but his name when formalised in Serbian is Mrnjavchevich, and not simply Mrnjavich.

Is it common in the Illyrian dialects for the suffix of CHE to be present? If Mrnjava was a Macedonian name, saying Mrnjavche would be quite common, as in other names such as Donche (Done), Borche (Boris), Stevche (Stevan), etc.
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