The Third Group, 1289-1300 (documents 1850-1899)
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.
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.
The Names, First Group
The Names, Second Group
The Names, Third Group
The Historical Influences
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