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» Structure and meaning of a Vietnamese name
By Thinh Nguyen | Published 10/12/2012 | Miscellaneous | Recommendation:
Many foreigners have difficulties with Vietnamese name because of its structure. Normally, a Vietnamese name is spoken and written in such order as Surname + Middle Name + First Name, e.g. Nguyen Van Nam, where Nguyen is Surname, Van is Middle Name and Nam is First Name. Sometimes, a middle name does not exist in someone's full name, e.g. Le Dung, where Le is Surname and Dung is First name.
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