Her fancy for him passed without her ever having asked his family name.
It is the drollest mode of assuming a family name I ever heard of.
This was her family name; she was called Tintoretta because her father had been a dyer.
I had now borne it for two years, but I often subjoined to it my family name.
Between the two is the family name, written in Augsburg fashion, Holbain.