It has been several years since&nbspwe have been working on&nbspour genealogy&nbspdatabase / family tree. Working on it is reveling, and revealing as&nbspyou&nbspend up learning a lot about ones own ancestry and the stories surrounding it. One of the&nbspfactors which grab attention while updating&nbspthe database are the names. On the upper steps of the ladder, the names are mostly repetitive.&nbspThese are the traditional kerala christian names, which have been handed over through generations, and have been used extensively until 1950s/independence (eg: Kunnappallil descendancy chart through the generations).
Naming convention The repetitive nature is mostly due to the naming convention followed: The eldest son/daughter carrys the name of the paternal grand father/mother. The second son/daughter carrys the name of the maternal grand father/mother. If you summarise these names, you can see that all those&nbspwidely used&nbspkerala christian names&nbspcount upto just a few, like ~25 for males and ~10 for females. A compilation of these names, with their origin,&nbsphave been given in tabular form below. So let us take a look at 16 nice pictures kerala double door images below.
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Hw. Hebrew, Gr. Greek, Lt. Latin, Rm. Roman, Ar. Armenian, Ir. Irish, Ger. Germanian, Sp. Spanish It is to be noted that the origin mentioned here is not the immediate origin from where the malayalam name originated, but the root of the name. The english equivalents given here are those used locally (in Kerala). Hovering your mouse over the english equivalents will give the extended meanings of the respective names.