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Comparison of persons of Spanish surname and persons of Spanish origin in the United States

by United States. Bureau of the Census

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, Social and Economic Statistics Administration, Bureau of the Census : for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hispanic Americans -- Economic conditions -- Statistics.,
  • Hispanic Americans -- Social conditions -- Statistics.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Edward W. Fernandez.
    SeriesTechnical paper - Bureau of the Census ; 38, Technical paper (United States. Bureau of the Census) ;, 38.
    ContributionsFernandez, Edward W., Cresce, Arthur.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE184.S75 U5 1975
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18 p. ;
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4855494M
    LC Control Number75619191

    Common Surnames in the United States (top ).   A Latino is a term, primarily used in the United States, that is meant to refer to people from Latin America or of Latin American origin. As the term comes from the gendered Spanish language, Latino can refer to the men of Latin America or, as a group, both the men and the women of Latin America; a Latina would be just a female from Latin.

      In , the Census Bureau projected that in , Hispanic people will comprise % of the total population, with million Hispanic individuals residing in the United States. The United States Census was the first census in the history of the United States. The population of the United States was recorded as 3,, as of Census Day, August 2, , as mandated by Article I, Section 2 of the United States Constitution and applicable laws. "The law required that every household be visited, that completed census schedules be posted in two of the most public.

    The Spanish Golden Age (in Spanish, Siglo de Oro) was a period of flourishing arts and letters in the Spanish Empire (now Spain and the Spanish-speaking countries of Latin America), coinciding with the political decline and fall of the Habsburgs (Philip III, Philip IV and Charles II). Arts during the Golden Age flourished despite the decline of. "Surname Distribution Maps For Argentina, the Netherlands & the United Kingdom Are Online," Genealogy Blog. Available online. 4. Murphy, Nathan W. "Localize Your Surname with Distribution Maps," Price and Associates Genealogical Services. Available online. 5. "Surname map," Wikipedia. Available online. 6. "Surname Mapping," ISOGG Wiki.


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Comparison of persons of Spanish surname and persons of Spanish origin in the United States by United States. Bureau of the Census Download PDF EPUB FB2

Things can get a bit complicated for Spanish-speaking people living in places such as the United States, where it is not the norm to use two family names. One choice many make is for all family members to use the father's paternal family name. Also quite common is to hyphenate the two names, e.g., Elí Arroyo-López and Teresa García-Ramírez.

The pattern of mother's surname followed by father's surname is also common usage for Portuguese surnames. In the United States, where the use of two surnames is less common, some families give children the paternal surname only or sometimes hyphenate the two names.

These naming patterns are only the most common and variations do exist. There weredifferent surnames registered in Texas as of 95% of these consisted of j surnames.

Spanish surnames are 12 of the top 20 most common surnames, though they are only approximately 30% of the state's total.

The United States (Spanish: Estados Unidos) has 41 million people aged five or older who speak Spanish at home, making Spanish by far the second most spoken language of the United h is the most studied language other than English in the United States, with about six million students.

With over 50 million native speakers, heritage language speakers, and second Language family: Indo-European. Spaniards, or Spanish people, are a Romance nation native to Spain. Within Spain, there are a number of National and regional ethnic identities that reflect the country's complex history and diverse cultures, including a number of different languages, among which Spanish is the majority language and the only one that is official throughout the whole y:(61, born in Spain).

Slavery in the Spanish American colonies was an economic and social institution which existed throughout the Spanish its American territories, it initially bound indigenous people and later individuals of African origin.

The Spanish progressively restricted and outright forbade the enslavement of Native Americans in the early years of the Spanish Empire with the Laws of Burgos of. From then till the July expulsion, Jews used Spanish. Jews’ surnames indeed reflect their history in medieval Spain.

The language distribution of these root names is as follows: Spanish – Names; Hebrew – Names; Arabic – Names; Other – 1. The distinguished Spanish name Delgado is a nickname type of surname for a thin person.

Originally, the Spanish people were known only by a single name. The process by which hereditary surnames were adopted in Spain is extremely interesting. Surnames evolved during the Middle Ages when people began to assume an extra name to avoid confusion and to further identify themselves.

Spanish settlement in the Philippines first took place in the 16th century, during the Spanish colonial period of the islands. The conquistador Miguel López de Legazpi founded the first Spanish settlement in Cebu in and later established Manila as the capital of the Spanish East Indies in The Philippine Islands are named after King Philip II of Spain and it became a territory of.

First, I’ll start with the correct Spanish term accepted by the RAE to translate “American.” 1. estadounidense (estadunidense) The Diccionario Panhispánico de Dudas by RAE states that the correct name in Spanish you should use to refer to the people from the United States of America is estadounidense.

americano. Reports indicate that it came into use by the United States government during Richard Nixon's presidency, which spanned ‒ It first appeared on the U.S.

Census inas a question prompting the Census taker to determine whether or not the person was of Spanish/Hispanic origin.

Hispanic is most commonly used in the eastern U.S. Mexicans are the largest population of Hispanic origin living in the United States, accounting for nearly two-thirds (%) of the U.S. Hispanic population in 1 Sincethe Mexican-origin population has almost quadrupled, growing from million to million over the period.

At the same time, the foreign-born population of. Inan estimatedHispanics of Spanish origin were living in the United States, making them the ninth largest Hispanic origin population residing in the United States. This number also includes people who self-identify as Hispanic of Spanish origin, such as those who immigrated or have family or ancestors who immigrated from Spain.

Spanish language, Romance language (Indo-European family) spoken as a first language by some million people worldwide. In the early 21st century, Mexico had the greatest number of speakers, followed by Colombia, Argentina, the United States, and.

With well over 35 million Spanish speakers in the United States, and with over 40% of the population growth being among the Hispanic people, the stage is set for an enormous increase in Spanish usage in the United States. This has sparked a lot of interest among US citizens, a group not particularly known for their multilingualism.

Discover the ethnic origin and meaning of last names. Find out how surnames are ranked in popularity, how many people in the United States of America bear a particular name, and how the statistics change between and US Censuses.

Advanced stuff. If your curiosity hasn't been satisfied yet, then read this section. the -ez suffix. It is suprising the number of Spanish surnames end in is because it means "son of", like the suffix -son and -sen in many German and Scandinavian Portuguese the -ez becomes a -es.

e.g. Fernández is the son of Fernando [Ferdinan] Martínez is the son of Martín [Martin]. THE MAKING OF A CATEGORY. Beginning inthe U.S. Census Bureau relied on objective indicators, such as country of birth (or decades later, parent's birthplace, mother tongue, or Spanish surname), to identify persons of Mexican origin in its decennial counts.

5 A century later, in the s, the Census Bureau first published information on persons of Puerto Rican birth or parentage. Table key Data derived from the U.S.

Bureau of the Census (). Count Number of occurrences: Estimate of the number of people with the surname in the United States. (s) means the data was suppressed for privacy. #/K Occurrences /people: The number of occurrences of a given surname perin the United States.

% White % Non-Hispanic White Only: Percentage of people. The following list of the most commonly occurring surnames in America includes details on each name's origin and meaning.

It's interesting to note, that sincethe only other time this surname report has been compiled by the U.S. Census Bureau, three Hispanic surnames —Garcia, Rodriguez, and Menendez—have risen into the top. The Spanish Influenza, which swept the United States inis the worst single pandemic to enter the U.S.

in its history. The virus spread worldwide between and and killed at least. PSYCHIATRY 20/Series Editor: H. Steven Moffic, MD. As we all try to acclimate ourselves to the rapidly changing circumstances brought about by the COVID pandemic, comparisons are being made between this pandemic and the so-called Spanish flu pandemic of (The reason it was referred to as the Spanishflu was that Spain was one of the only countries at.

The horrific scale of the influenza pandemic—known as the "Spanish flu"—is hard to fathom. The virus infected million people worldwide and killed an estimated 20 million to 50 million.