Re: Aliens with one name vs. aliens with two names
So here's the thing I always found interesting about human last names.
Traditionally, most family's just take the father's last name for the children and wife.
Doesn't that seem kind of antiquated? Imagine what if humans went by a different route way back in the past and it followed onto today.
Imagine if the children had both parents first name as their last names but with a hyphen seperating the two parents name?
It would be a unqiue way of naming and have a consistant way of passing down family heritage.
If we take one example a male and female marrying, there is nothing to say that the male can't adopt the females surname as the family name. Though more often than not it is the males family name which is adopted.
Similary a double-barrelled name combining the two surnames could be adopted.
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