Translation: from turkish

mayşor

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  • Maysor — This is a surname of early French origins, perhaps dating back to the conquest of 1066, or introduced shortly thereafter. It was also (see below) reintroduced by the Huguenot Protestant refugees in the period after 1580 when religious persecution …   Surnames reference

  • mayşor — is., kim., Fr. maillechort Alman gümüşü …   Çağatay Osmanlı Sözlük

  • Masser — Ⅰ. Recorded as Masser, Massier, Maysor, Measor, Messer, and others, this is an English surname but one of early French origins. It was first introduced at the famous Conquest of 1066, or very shortly thereafter. It was also reintroduced by the… …   Surnames reference

  • Messer — Ⅰ. Recorded in many forms including Macer, Maser, Masser, Massier, Maysor, Measor, Messer, and others, this is an English surname but one of early French origins. It was first introduced at the famous Conquest of 1066, or very shortly thereafter… …   Surnames reference

  • Measor — Ⅰ. This is a surname of early French origins, perhaps dating back to the conquest of 1066, or introduced shortly thereafter. It was also (see below) reintroduced by the Huguenot Protestant refugees in the period after 1580 when religious… …   Surnames reference

  • Macer — Recorded in many forms including Macer, Maser, Masser, Massier, Maysor, Measor, Messer, and others, this is an English surname but one of early French origins. It was first introduced at the famous Conquest of 1066, or very shortly thereafter and …   Surnames reference

  • Maseres — This is a surname of early French origins, perhaps dating back to the conquest of 1066, or introduced shortly thereafter. It was also (see below) reintroduced by the Huguenot Protestant refugees in the period after 1580 when religious persecution …   Surnames reference

  • Messier — This is a surname of early French origins, perhaps dating back to the conquest of 1066, or introduced shortly thereafter. It was also (see below) reintroduced by the Huguenot Protestant refugees in the period after 1580 when religious persecution …   Surnames reference

  • Battle of Lepanto order of battle — This is the order of battle during the Battle of Lepanto on 7 October 1571 in which the Holy League deployed 6 galleasses and 206 galleys, while the Ottoman forces numbered 216 galleys and 56 galliots.The Fleet of the Holy League¹The combined… …   Wikipedia

  • Alman gümüşü — is., kim. Çinko, bakır ve nikelden yapılan, gümüşü andırır bir alaşım, yeni gümüş, mayşor, alpaka (II) …   Çağatay Osmanlı Sözlük

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