The patronymic is employed by almost all Malays in accordance with local customs as well as ones adopted from the Arabs, Hebrews and others. Sometimes the title part of the patronymic, Bin or Binti , is reduced to B. Since the s, Pinyin names are becoming more common, although one would not say popular. Categories : Malaysian culture Names by culture. It is often common to drop the first element in these double names, even if it is Abdul, and so the examples could be known as Haqq Osman and Mawar Haqq. Another feature in Malay names, which is very common, is the existence of second personal names or double names. The first is the Chinese family name , which is passed down from a father to all his children. Arabic names were introduced later along with Islam but did not become dominant among commoners until the colonial era.
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