Patronymics

Guess in which languages a "son of Peter" would be given the following surnames.
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Di Pietro
Italian
Ibn Butrus
Arabic
MacPeadar
Scottish or Irish
Pérez
Spanish
Petrov
Russian or Bulgarian
Petrescu
Romanian
Petersen
Danish, Norwegian or Swedish
Petrović
Serbo-Croatian
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Petrosya
Armenian
Petrovski
Macedonian
Perrault
French
Peris
Catalan
Pires
Portuguese
Piotrowski
Polish
Peterson
English
Pieters
Dutch
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Level 73
Jan 17, 2018
Russian and Bulgarian only work together (the way it is written), not separately, like with the Scandinavian languages. Also, I would argue that Petersen is typically Danish, while Petersson is more common in Sweden.
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Level 75
Jan 19, 2018
Thanks for noting that!