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Tribal names
Lebemädchen Anahita from John-Markworth to Füssen

 

The Likatier tribe has introduced its own naming system, which gives each tribal member a tribal name. By the tribal name the local and ancestral roots of a person are emphasized far more strongly, as by the name right usual in the large states otherwise. In addition, there is the emphasis on the own position of the name bearer in the tribe.

The first part of the likatic tribal name (in our example in the title "Lebemädchen") is the social title. This shows to which of the tribal circles the namesakes belong. The following social titles are available for the following groups:

  • Lamatieden: Lamatiede, or the social title that the name bearer had before his death.
  • Lebemenschen: Lebefrau, Lebemann, Lebekind, Lebejunge and Lebemädchen.
  • Spurmenschen: Spurfrau, Spurmann
  • Schwurmenschen: Schwurfrau, Schwurmann

 

For persons who have already been graded within the tribal circles, there are composite social titles, where the social title, which corresponds to the innermost circle to which he has ever belonged, is preceded by a part of the word corresponding to the tribal circle to which he currently belongs. For example, a Lebemann who has been a Spurmann is now called a Lebespurmann. A Lamatiede who has been a Schwurmann is then called a Lamaschwurmann.

The second part of the likatic tribal name (in our example in the heading "Anahita") consists of the first names. These are currently mostly identical to the first names that the name bearer has had since birth. However, you can also choose your own new first names as part of the tribe name if you wish. This has already been done in individual cases.

The third part of the likatic tribal name is the preposition "from", which suggests that now the names of the clan come "from".

The fourth part of the likatic tribal name (in our example in the heading "John-Markworth") consists of the tribe names associated with hyphens. These are the names of the main clans, from which the name bearer comes biologically, whereby first always the maternal main clan, and then only the paternal main clan comes. The name of the main clan of a non-stem member corresponds to its birth name, the name of the main clan of a tribe member corresponds to the first clan name mentioned in the tribe name. There are different degrees of tribal names, which only differ in this fourth part of the tribal name, namely the tribe names. The 1st degree of the tribe name contains two main clans of the parents. The 2nd degree of the tribe name contains the four main clans of the grandparents. The 3rd degree of the tribe name contains the eight main clans of the great-grandparents. The 4th degree of the tribe name contains the 16 main clans of the old parents (great-great-grandparents) etc. A higher degree of a tribe name only arises when the main clans of the new degree have all been researched at least to such an extent that their names are known. The highest degree a tribal member has had so far is the 7th degree tribal name with the names of the 128 main clans. Two members have achieved this so far.

The fifth part of the likatic tribal name is the preposition "to", which indicates that now the place (place of birth) comes from this person.

The sixth part of the likatic tribal name (in our example in the headline "Füssen") is the place of birth, meaning the smallest local unit that has ever been a politically self-governing community.


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