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Many people use different names, or translated or transliterated version of their names, in different contexts to make communication easier. For example, Catalan Jordi or Llorenç may be know as Jorge and Lorenzo. German Andreas or Dutch Andries might call themselves Andrew. Chinese people in Western environments usually take a Western given name.




Matching Persons with Different Official Names External: Winfried van Holland looks at how people change official name as they move between countries and cultures. Cached version

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