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Familja Kelmendi

Erstellt von Bendzavid, 20.09.2010, 13:51 Uhr · 121 Antworten · 18.507 Aufrufe

  1. #21

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    Vielleicht findet sich jemand wieder.^^

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    Balidemaj (Serbian truncation: Bal(j)idemaj/Balidemić
    Bruçaj (Serbian truncation: Bručaj/Bručević)
    Cakaj (?) (Serbian truncation: Cakić)
    Canaj (Serbian truncation: Canović)
    Dedushaj (Serbian truncation: Dedušaj/Dedušević)

    USW:

    Hahaha so Vergewaltigt man einen Namen und behauptet dann das es Jugoslawen sind.^^

  3. #23
    hamza m3 g-power
    Zitat Zitat von Roberto Beitrag anzeigen
    Balidemaj (Serbian truncation: Bal(j)idemaj/Balidemić
    Bruçaj (Serbian truncation: Bručaj/Bručević)
    Cakaj (?) (Serbian truncation: Cakić)
    Canaj (Serbian truncation: Canović)
    Dedushaj (Serbian truncation: Dedušaj/Dedušević)

    USW:

    Hahaha so Vergewaltigt man einen Namen und behauptet dann das es Jugoslawen sind.^^
    Es gibt aber auch normale Mahmutovics, Baljics, Niksics etz. Man sollte jetzt nicht übertreiben

  4. #24
    Dadi
    heiße nciht kelmendi

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    Zitat Zitat von hamza-gazija Beitrag anzeigen
    Es gibt aber auch normale Mahmutovics, Baljics, Niksics etz. Man sollte jetzt nicht übertreiben
    Stimmt schon wir übertreiben.

  6. #26
    Luli
    Zitat Zitat von Dadi Beitrag anzeigen
    heiße nciht kelmendi

    Hallo Herr Nciht Kelmendi

  7. #27
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    Zitat Zitat von hamza-gazija Beitrag anzeigen
    Es gibt aber auch normale Mahmutovics, Baljics, Niksics etz. Man sollte jetzt nicht übertreiben
    Baljic = Bala(j)
    Niksic = Nikci

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    Zitat Zitat von Roberto Beitrag anzeigen
    Nachkommen der Familie Kelmendi aus der Region Kelmendi.

    Vermosh:



    • Bujaj
    • Bunjaj
    • Cali
    • Hasanaj
    • Hysaj
    • Lelçaj
    • Lekutanaj
    • Lumaj
    • Macaj
    • Mitaj
    • Mrnacaj/Mernaçaj
    • Naçaj
    • Peraj
    • Pllumaj
    • Preljocaj/Tinaj
    • Selmanaj
    • Shqutaj
    • Tinaj
    • Vukaj
    • Vuktilaj
    • Vushaj


    Vukël:



    • Nilaj
    • Pepushaj
    • Grishaj
    • Bardhecaj
    • Gjelaj
    • Drejaj
    • Smajlaj
    • Aliaj




    Tamarë:



    • Bunjaj
    • Bujaj
    • Rukaj
    • Mrnacaj/Mernaçaj
    • Lelcaj
    • Vukaj




    Nikç:



    • Smajlaj
    • Preldakaj
    • Nikçi
    • Rukaj
    • Gildedaj
    • Prekelezaj
    • Hasaj
    • Nikac
    • Kapaj
    • Ujkaj
    • Alijaj
    • Hutaj





    Selcë:



    • Bujaj
    • Tinaj
    • Mrnacaj/Mernaçaj
    • Vushaj
    • Pllumaj
    • Vukaj




    Andere:


    • Alijaj from vukel (KELMENDI)
    • Bardhecaj
    • Bucaj
    • Bikaj
    • Drejaj
    • Elezaj/Elezi
    • Gjonvukaj (Gjevukaj)
    • Gorovok
    • Gorvok/Gorvoka/Gorvokaj
    • Grishaj
    • Havoll
    • Jerebičanin
    • Kelmendi
    • Lekutanaj
    • Nikaj (Serbian truncation: Niković) - Originally from Vukël in northern Albania. They are descendants of a certain Nika Nrrelaj, son of Nrrel Balaj.
    • Nikçi (One of four biggest villages of Kelmendi:Nikçi,Vukëli,Selca,Boga)
    • Nilaj
    • Pali(Palushi)
    • Prelaj
    • Rukaj from the village of Nikci, the younger brother of Selce
    • Rudaj
    • Selmani (Serbian truncation: Seljmani/Sel(j)manović) - Originally from Vukël in northern Albania. They are descendants of a certain Selman Gjonbalaj of the Gjonbalaj clan.
    • Sirdani
    • Zenelaj from Martinaj
    • Muriqi from Rugove
    • Smajlaj from Nikc

    Plavë-Gucia

    • Ahmetaj (Serbian truncation: Ahmetović) - from village Vusanje/Vuthaj. They descend from a certain Ahmet Nikaj, son of Nika Nrrelaj and grandson of Nrrel Balaj, and are originally from Vukël in northern Albania.
    • Bacaj
    • Balaj (Serbian truncation: Bal(j)ić) - from village Grnčar/Gërnçari. Immigrated to Plav-Gusinje in 1698 from the village of Vukël (or Selcë?) in northern Albania and converted to Islam the same year. The clan's closest relatives are the Balidemajt/Balidemići. Legend has it that the Balaj, Balidemaj and Vukel clans descended from three brothers. However, a member of the Vukel clan married a member of the Balić clan, later resulting in severed relations with the Vukel clan.
    • Balidemaj (Serbian truncation: Bal(j)idemaj/Balidemić) - from village Martinovići/Martinaj'. This branch of the clan remained Catholic for three generations, until Martin's great-grandson converted to Islam, taking the name Omer. Since then, the family was known as Omeraj/Omerović. Until recently was the family's name changed to Balidemaj. The clan's closest relatives are the Balajt/Balići. Legend has it that the Balaj, Balidemaj and Vukel clans descended from three brothers.
    • Bruçaj (Serbian truncation: Bručaj/Bručević) - they are descendants of a Catholic Albanian named Bruç Nrrelaj, son of Nrrel Balaj, and are originally from Vukël in northern Albania.
    • Cakaj (?) (Serbian truncation: Cakić)
    • Canaj (Serbian truncation: Canović) - from the villages of Bogaj/Bogajići, Višnjevo/Vishnjeva and Đurička Rijeka/Reka e Xhurës. Immigrated to Plav-Gusinje in 1698 from the village of Vukël in northern Albania and converted to Islam the same year.
    • Çelaj (Serbian truncation: Čel(j)ić) - from the villages of Vusanje/Vuthaj and Vojno Selo. Claimed to be descendants of Nrrel Balaj. Their descendants include the Nikça/Nikča clan.
    • Dedushaj (Serbian truncation: Dedušaj/Dedušević) - from village Vusanje/Vuthaj. They are descendants of a Catholic Albanian named Ded (Dedush) Balaj, son of Nrrel Balaj, and are originally from Vukel in northern Albania.
    • Hakaj (Serbian truncation: Hakanjin) - from village Hakaj/Hakanje.
    • Hasangjekaj (Serbian truncation: Hasanđekaj/Hasanđekić) - from village Martinovići/Martinaj. They are originally from Vukël in northern Albania.The Hasangjekajt together with the Prelvukajt are both from the Martini clan
    • Hasilović - from the village of Bogaj/Bogajić.
    • Gorçaj
    • Gjonbalaj (Serbian truncation: Đonbaljaj/Đonbalić) - from village Vusanje/Vuthaj with relatives in Vojno Selo. Their ancestor, a Catholic Albanian named Gjon Balaj, immigrated with his sons: Bala, Aslan, Tuça and Hasan; along with his brother, Nrrel, and his children: Nika, Ded (Dedush), Stanisha, Bruç and Vuk from the village of Vukël in northern Albania to the village of Vusanje/Vuthaj in the late-17th century. Upon arriving, Gjon and his descendants settled in the village Vusanje/Vuthaj and converted to Islam and were known as the Gjonbalaj. Relatives include Ahmetajt/Ahmetovići, Bruçajt/Bručevići, Çelajt/Čelići, Goçaj/Gočević, Lekajt/Lekovići, Selimajt/Selimovići, Qosajt/Ćosovići, Ulajt/Uljevići, Vuçetajt/Vučetovići.
    • Kukaj (Serbian truncation: Kuković) - from the village of Vusanje/Vuthaj
    • Lecaj (Serbian truncation: Ljecaj) - from the village of Martinovići/Martinaj. They are originally from Vukël in northern Albania.
    • Lekaj (Serbian truncation: Leković) - from the villages of Gornja Ržanica/Rëzhnica e Epërme and Vojno Selo. They are originally from Vukël in northern Albania. They are descendants of a certain Lekë Pretashi Nikaj.
    • Martini (Serbian truncation: Martinović) - from the village of Martinovići/Martinaj. Their ancestor, a Catholic Albanian named Martin, immigrated to the village of Trepča/Trepçë in the late 17th century from the village of Selcë in northern Albania. His descendants became known as Martini/Martinović. The Hasangjekajt/Hasangjekić and Prelvukajt/Preljvukići descend from the Martini clan.
    • Musaj (Serbian truncation: Musić) - Immigrated to Plav-Gusinje in 1698 from village Vukël in northern Albania and converted to Islam the same year.
    • Novaj (Serbian truncation: Novović)
    • Pepaj (Serbian truncation: Pepić) - from the village of Pepići/Pepaj
    • Prelvukaj (Serbian truncation: Preljvukaj/Preljvukić) - from the village of Martinovići/Martinaj. Originally from Vukël in northern Albania. They are descendants of a certain Prelë Vuka of the Martini clan.
    • Rekaj (Serbian truncation: Reković) - from village Bogajići/Bogaj, immigrated to Plav-Gusinje circa 1858.
    • Rugova - from the village of Višnjevo/Vishnjeva with relatives in Vojno Selo and Babino Polje. They are descendants of the Rugova section of the Kelmendi in Kosovo.
    • Qosaj/Qosja (Serbian truncation: Ćosaj/Ćosović) - from the village of Vusanje/Vuthaj. They are descendants of a certain Qosa Stanishaj, son of Stanisha Nrrelaj and are originally from Vukël in northern Albania.
    • Selimaj (Serbian truncation: Seljimaj/Sel(j)imović)
    • Smajić - from the village of Novshaj / Novšići.
    • Skić - Relatives of the Salić clan in Ulcinj.
    • Suknović - descendants of the Rugovac clan.
    • Ulaj (Serbian truncation: Uljaj/Ul(j)ević) - from the village of Vusanje/Vuthaj. They are originally from Vukël in northern Albania. They are descendants of a certain Ulë Nikaj, son of Nika Nrrelaj. Possibly moved to the Koja e kucit area.
    • Vukel (Serbian truncation: Vukelj) - from the village of Dolja/Doli. They immigrated to Gusinje in 1675 from the village of Vukël in northern Albania. A certain bey from the Šabanagić clan gave the Vukel clan the village of Doli, where they continue to reside present-day.
    • Vuçetaj (Serbian truncation: Vučetaj/Vučetović) - from village Vusanje/Vuthaj. They are originally from Vukël in northern Albania. They are descendants of a certain Vuçetë Nikaj, son of Nika Nrrelaj.
    Da sind schon ein paar Fehler drin

  9. #29
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    Was suchst denn jetzt eigentlich? Die Familie oder den Stamm Kelmendi?

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    Zitat Zitat von Gjergj Fishta Beitrag anzeigen
    Baljic = Bala(j)
    Niksic = Nikci

    Nikç is a settlement in the Kelmend municipality, Malësi e Madhe District, Shkodër County, northern Albania.[1]



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