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The presented paper concerns the choice of first names and the issue of surnames of Czech nomadic people in the so-called long 19th century. The statistics of the most common first names of nomadic comedians, shopkeepers and grinders came from the research of several thousand registry books, as well as other sources of evidence. Rarities and specific examples of naming children from this socio-professional community of people once displaced on the very edge of society were not left out ofdoaj:4f3c4117eb7841e6b9f800c800f638cd fatcat:gl2v4shkcfdx5gccldptfc37re