In the generational transmission of surnames, the paternal surname's precedence eventually eliminates the maternal surnames from the family lineage. And Flamenco was the music of the Gypsies, so many high society people did not accept it — they said Flamenco was in the hands of criminals, bandits, et cetera. However, in the Basque province of Alava and, to a lesser extent, in Navarreit was common to add one's birth village to the surname using the Spanish particle de to denote a toponymicparticularly when the surname was a common one; for instance, someone whose surname was Lopez and whose family was originally from the valley of Ayala could employ Lopez de Ayala as a surname. Retrieved 31 July Chicago Manual of Style. Recently, Basque names without a direct equivalent in other languages have become popular, e. Catalan-language surnames.
Thus, shortened Catalan names taking the first portion of the name are probably influenced by the Spanish tradition.
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This differs from another practice established in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, i. Furthermore, the national language policy enumerated in article Carme [f] Spanish Carmen: Irujo or Medozawere related to some of the oldest Spanish noble familiesand many of them used their status to emigrate with privileges to other regions of the Spanish Empire, especially the Americas, due to which some Basque surnames became common to the Spanish-American world; e. Chicago Manual of Style.