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  1. ElConesaToLoco

    ElConesaToLoco Active Member

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    I need a French speaker (Quick question)

    Discussion in 'Research' started by ElConesaToLoco, Jan 5, 2019.

    Can any francophone tell me how to say "of" in someone's surname? For example, Nicholas of Habsburg. It seems to be Nicholas de Habsburg, but I want to be certain. You can't trust online translators for this kind of stuff.
     
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    Seems mostly right, though in French they'd probably spell it Nicholas de Habsbourg.
     
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    I think in French is:
    Nicolas de Habsbourg
     
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