The Names, Third Group

In the third group, dating from
March 13, 1289 and June 2, 1300, 71 different names comprised the 92 male
citations from the third group. *Iohannes*
had 147 citations (15.94%), *Petrus*
123 (13.34%), and *Fernando* 109
(11.82%). As these 3 names together comprise 41.10% of the citations, it is not
surprising that the next name should appear just over half as many times. The
13 remaining names to appear more than 1% of the time are *Dominico, Rodrigo, Alfonso, Martin, Garcia, Gonzaluo, Diago, Sancho,
Arias, Alvaro, Esteuan, Lope* and *Fagund*.
23 names are unique from this list. 24 of the 71 names are of Latin origin, 17
of Christian origin, 15 Germanic, 3 Basque, 3 Greek, 2 Arabic and 1 Hebrew. The
average number of citations per name is 12.99.

The most common name construction pattern present in this group was that of given name plus patronymic by-name, comprising 41.42% of the data. The next most common was a given name by itself, being 35.85% of the cases. The third most common construction was given name plus patronymic plus toponymic by-name, in 12.68% of the cases. All other construction patterns together formed 11.91% of the cases and each of these was less than 5% per style.

Name | # |

Iohannes | 147 |

Petrus | 123 |

Fernando | 109 |

Dominico | 61 |

Rodrigo | 52 |

Alfonso | 47 |

Martin | 37 |

Garcia | 36 |

Gonzaluo | 36 |

Diago | 28 |

Sancho | 23 |

Arias | 15 |

Alvaro | 12 |

Esteuan | 11 |

Lope | 11 |

Fagund | 10 |

Bartolome | 9 |

Nicolas | 9 |

Nunno | 9 |

Apparicio | 8 |

Gil | 8 |

Pascual | 6 |

Gutier | 5 |

Micael | 5 |

Paulo | 5 |

Pelagius | 5 |

Silvestre | 5 |

Almorauid | 4 |

Andres | 4 |

Antonio | 4 |

Uelasco | 4 |

Durante | 4 |

Felipe | 4 |

Marcos | 4 |

Tel | 4 |

Tomas | 4 |

Guillen | 3 |

Gusbert | 3 |

Lorenzo | 3 |

Manuel | 3 |

Raimundo | 3 |

Simon | 3 |

Beltran | 3 |

Bernaldus | 2 |

Francisco | 2 |

Saluador | 2 |

Sancho | 2 |

Vicente | 2 |

Abril | 1 |

Antolin | 1 |

Arnaldo | 1 |

Assensio | 1 |

Beneyto | 1 |

Bonifacius | 1 |

Celestino | 1 |

Correnbalde | 1 |

Isidro | 1 |

Fotrinas | 1 |

Gregorio | 1 |

Grigelmo | 1 |

Guillermo | 1 |

Guiral | 1 |

Iuliano | 1 |

Lazaro | 1 |

Lucas | 1 |

Mateho | 1 |

Pay | 1 |

Sebastian | 1 |

Uasco | 1 |

Uidal | 1 |

Xabiça | 1 |

The third group of names contains 14 female names and 32
citations. *Maria* was the most common name with 13 citations
(40.63%). *Costanza* and *Isabel* each had 3 citations and
*Domenga* and *Iuana* each had 2. The remaining eight names were
unique. 9 names were of Latin origin, 4 Christian and 1 Germanic. The
average number of citations per name is 2.29.

Name | # |

Maria | 13 |

Costanza | 3 |

Isabel | 3 |

Domenga | 2 |

Iuana | 2 |

Elvira | 1 |

Estevania | 1 |

Mariana | 1 |

Marinella | 1 |

Mençia | 1 |

Missol | 1 |

Sol | 1 |

Sancha | 1 |

Taresa | 1 |

The Study

The Names, First Group

The Names, Second Group

The Names, Third Group

The Historical Influences

Works Consulted

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