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Woher kommt euer Nachname?

Erstellt von Zmaj, 08.04.2010, 21:21 Uhr 634 Antworten 74.387 Aufrufe

  1. #131
    ardi-
    @ded gjo luli
    n mein nachnamen ist da ncith dabei

  2. #132
    ardi-

  3. #133
    ardi-
    auf der karte finde ich meinen jedoch

  4. #134
    Avatar von El Malesor

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    Zitat Zitat von ardi- Beitrag anzeigen
    auf der karte finde ich meinen jedoch
    Gegaj

  5. #135
    Avatar von El Malesor

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    oder doch Proseku?? ( den gibts wirklich )

  6. #136
    ardi-
    Zitat Zitat von Gjergj Fishta Beitrag anzeigen
    oder doch Proseku?? ( den gibts wirklich )
    nene
    sage dir sonst spter per PN,
    gibt so einen spruch ber meinen

    und ber den stamm berisha sagt man lustiges
    man hat eigentlich fast fr jeglichen stamm einen spruch...
    ich kenne aber nur den von meinem, von thaqi, und berisha,
    ber malsoren sagt man fast immer das gleiche...

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    Das einzigste was ich wei:

    Mein Nachname stammt aus den Kabashi-Bergen im Dorf Korisha (ca. 10 km von Prizren entfernt)

    Im ganzen Dorf gibt es nur 4 Stmme/Nachnamen...Kabashi, Ahmetaj, Muqaj, Dakaj

    Trage mit Stolz einen dieser Nachnamen

    ber die tiefergehende Herkunft meines Nachnamens wei ich leider wenig

  8. #138
    Avatar von Brcak

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    Also ich habe gelesen,dass ich einen alten serbischen Nachnamen habe und dass er aus der Herzegovina kommt.Meine Vorfahre haben in zahlreichen Schlachten gegen die Trken gekmpft auch auf dem Amselfeld.

    Quelle: Trazimo.info - Traimo roake i prijatelje

  9. #139
    hamza m3 g-power
    Zitat Zitat von Ded_Gjon_Luli Beitrag anzeigen
    vielleicht findet ja einer der Albos seinen nachnamen hier drin oder einer von den assimilierten beshnjaks(muahahaha)!! (meiner is auch drin!)





    Kelmendi

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    This article may require cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Please improve this article if you can. (June 2008) Kelmend (or Klementi, Serbian: Клименти, Klimenti) is an Albanian Region, known as the Klementi Mountain, (Albanian: Mali i Kelmenit) originating from Malesia, now known as the Malsi e Madhe District in Albania, and surrounding ethnic Albanian territories. The families can be found in Albania, Montenegro, and Kosovo. Kelmendi is also the largest Albanian tribe within Malesia, as a result to the largest population and land within Malsia territory. The extended regions of Vuthaj and Martinaj are located in Montenegro, and Rugova is located in Kosovo. These towns are populated by descendents of Kelmendi. The clan was once an all- Roman Catholic clan. The region properly called Kelmend is still 95% Catholic. However, the branch of Kelmendi called Rugova, is predominantly of the Muslim faith. Religion cannot be taken as a factor that defines the identity of the Kelmendi region. On the contrary, the Kelmendi region is and has always been secular.


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    [edit] Families

    Family descendants of the Kelmendi clan from the Kelmendi Proper Region
    [edit] Plav-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 Vukl in northern Albania.
    • Bacaj
    • Balaj (Serbian truncation: Bal(j)ić) - from village Grnčar/Grnari. Immigrated to Plav-Gusinje in 1698 from the village of Vukl (or Selc?) 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.
    • Bruaj (Serbian truncation: Bručaj/Bručević) - they are descendants of a Catholic Albanian named Bru Nrrelaj, son of Nrrel Balaj, and are originally from Vukl in northern Albania.
    • Cakaj (?) (Serbian truncation: Cakić)
    • Canaj (Serbian truncation: Canović) - from the villages of Bogaj/Bogajići, Vinjevo/Vishnjeva and Đurička Rijeka/Reka e Xhurs. Immigrated to Plav-Gusinje in 1698 from the village of Vukl in northern Albania and converted to Islam the same year.
    • elaj (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 Nika/Nikča clan.
    • Dedushaj (Serbian truncation: Deduaj/Deduević) - 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 Vukl in northern Albania.The Hasangjekajt together with the Prelvukajt are both from the Martini clan
    • Hasilović - from the village of Bogaj/Bogajić.
    • Goraj
    • 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, Tua and Hasan; along with his brother, Nrrel, and his children: Nika, Ded (Dedush), Stanisha, Bru and Vuk from the village of Vukl 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, Bruajt/Bručevići, elajt/Čelići, Goaj/Gočević, Lekajt/Lekovići, Selimajt/Selimovići, Qosajt/Ćosovići, Ulajt/Uljevići, Vuetajt/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 Vukl in northern Albania.
    • Lekaj (Serbian truncation: Leković) - from the villages of Gornja Ranica/Rzhnica e Eprme and Vojno Selo. They are originally from Vukl in northern Albania. They are descendants of a certain Lek 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/Trep in the late 17th century from the village of Selc 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 Vukl 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 Vukl in northern Albania. They are descendants of a certain Prel Vuka of the Martini clan.
    • Rekaj (Serbian truncation: Reković) - from village Bogajići/Bogaj, immigrated to Plav-Gusinje circa 1858.
    • Rugova - from the village of Vinjevo/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 Vukl in northern Albania.
    • Selimaj (Serbian truncation: Seljimaj/Sel(j)imović)
    • Smajić - from the village of Novshaj / Novići.
    • 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 Vukl in northern Albania. They are descendants of a certain Ul 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 Vukl in northern Albania. A certain bey from the abanagić clan gave the Vukel clan the village of Doli, where they continue to reside present-day.
    • Vuetaj (Serbian truncation: Vučetaj/Vučetović) - from village Vusanje/Vuthaj. They are originally from Vukl in northern Albania. They are descendants of a certain Vuet Nikaj, son of Nika Nrrelaj.

    [edit] Lim River Valley


    • Ćatović - from the village of Baća, later moved to Novi Pazar. They are a branch of the Murić clan.
    • Demić (originally: Demaj) - from the areas of Roaje. They are originally from Selc in northern Albania.
    • Demčević (originally: Demaj) - from the areas of Roaje and Bijelo Polje.
    • Dudović - from the village of Jablanica.
    • Fejzić - from the area of Roaje.
    • Fetahović - from the area of Roaje. They are a branch of the Muriq clan.
    • Gorudić - from the village of Jablanica. They are a branch of the Muriq clan.
    • Halilović - originally from Selc in northern Albania.
    • Hudodović - from the village of Jablanica
    • Nicaj (Serbian truncation: Nicevici, Nicovici) - from the village of Balota
    • Nikča (originally: Niki) - originally from Vukl in northern Albania.
    • Nokić (originally: Nokaj) - from the area of Roaje.
    • Rugova - originally from Selc in northern Albania (now live in Pristina and Peć).
    • abovići (originally: Shabaj) - from the villages of Gornje Glavice and Dapci. They are a branch of the Muriq clan.
    • Vukli - from the area of Roaje. originally from Vukl in northern Albania.
    • Zejnelagić (originally: Zenelaj) - from the area of Roaje. One section of the clan is originally from Selc in northern Albania. Today, these Zejnelagićs are found in Roaje and in Sjenica. Another section of the Zejnelagićs are from Nik in northern Albania. This section of the Zejnelagićs immigrated to the Lim River Valley in 1698. Today, they are found in the villages of Donja Lovnica and Ibarac in Roaje. They are related to the Ramović clan.
    • Zejnelović (originally: Zenelaj)





    [edit] Kuči


    • Bracaj (Serbian truncation: Bracović) - from the village of Vrbica, originally from Selc in northern Albania. Possibly brothers/cousins of Nikic, Ulaj and Nuculaj.
    • Đerđelović - Descendants of the Bracović clan.
    • Gorvok - from the villages of Koca, Orahovo and Podgrad.
    • Nikaj (Serbian truncation: Nikić) - descendants of a certain Nik (Nikoll), possibly brothers/cousins of Nuculovic, Bracaj and Ulaj.
    • Nuculovic - from the village of Orahovo. They are descendants of a certain Pak Nika, and are originally from Selc in northern Albania.
    • Sinanović - Originally known as the Kutevići. Today they can be found in Podgorica.

    Nucullaj
    Ulaj
    Gjeloshaj
    Lucaj
    [edit] Krajina


    • Dabović - from the villages of Gureza, Livari and Gornji estani. Can be found in Shkodr. Their relatives are the Lukić clan in Krajina. Can be found in Shkodr.
    • Daferović - from the village of Bes. Can be found in Shkodr.
    • Lukić - Related to the Dabović clan in Krajina.
    • Oxhaj (Serbian truncation: Odaj/Odić) - from the village of Donji Murići.
    • Orlandić - from the village of Seoca in Crmnica, and from the area of Lower Krajina. They can also be found in Berislavci (near Zeta).
    • Perovići - originally from the village of Selc in northern Albania.
    • Radovići - from the village of Zagonje.

    [edit] Vrmosh


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

    [edit] Vukli


    • Nilaj
    • Pepushaj
    • Grishaj

    [edit] Tamare


    • Bunjaj
    • Bujaj
    • Rukaj
    • Lekocaj
    • Lelcaj

    [edit] Selce


    • Bujaj
    • Tinaj
    • Vushaj
    • Pllumaj



    [edit] Other


    • Bardhecaj
    • Bucaj
    • Bikaj
    • Drejaj
    • Dreshaj
    • Elezaj/Elezi
    • Havoll
    • Jerebičanin
    • Kelmendi
    • Nikaj
    • Niki (One of four biggest villages of Kelmendi:Niki,Vukli,Selca,Boga)
    • Pali'''(Palushi)
    • Prelaj
    • Rukaj from the village of Nikci, the younger brother of Selce
    • Rudaj
    • Shyllak
    • Selmani (Serbian truncation: Seljmani/Sel(j)manović) - Originally from Vukl in northern Albania. They are descendants of a certain Selman Gjonbalaj of the Gjonbalaj clan.
    • Sirdani
    • Smajlaj from Nikc
    • There are more families that are supposed to appear on this list, and this is near impossible for the sheer massivity of the task. Kelmendi is a huge Fis, and none of the families that are listed here are done so for any particular reason or order, other than to list a few of them to provide an example.

    [edit] Notable People


    • Prek Cali(Hasanaj)[Famous for fighting slavic aggression and struggle against Communist regime]
    • Nora of Kelmendi(Unknown last name)[Killed the Bosnian Pasha]
    • Mema Smajli(Smajli)
    • Marash Vata(Lumaj)[Struggle against Communist regime]
    • Dod Prek Nika(Bujaj)[Struggle against communist]
    • Gjon Preci(Rexhaj)[Struggle against Communist Regime]
    • Fran Lleshi(Tinaj)[Struggle against communist regime]
    mein nachname ist dabei aber wir haben zu eine millionen % keine albanischen vorfahren. nicht bse gemeint aber wiki nicht immer zu ernst nehmen(meine bestimmte leute =) )

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    ziemlich deutsch
    Mller
    hab ein deutschen vater also wundert euch nicht

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