What is the most common last name in the English language?
According to the 1990 US Census, the most common last name was Smith (2.7 million people had this as their last name).
Which language is most common depends on how you define "mostcommon." . The language used by most people is Mandarin Chinese, followedby English and Spanish. The language spoken by most countries isEnglish, followed by French then Spanish. . Native Speakers . 1. Chinese (1.1 billion) 2. Hindi (3…60 million) 3. Spanish (340 million) 4. English (322 million) 5. Arabic (206 million) 6. Bengali (180 million) 7. Portuguese (180 million) 8. Russian (167 million) 9. Japanese (127 million) 10. German (95 million) Total Speakers . 1. Chinese (1.5 billion) 2. English (1+ billion) 3. Spanish (500 million) 4. Hindustani (460 million) 5. Arabic (452 million) 6. Russian (278 million) 7. French (265 million) 8. Portuguese (215 million) 9. Bengali (211 million) 10. German (150 million) 11. Japanese (130 million) . Languages spoken in the most countries . 1. English 2. French 3. Arabic 4. Spanish 5. Russian 6. German 7. Portuguese 8. Chinese ( Full Answer )
English is still the most widely spoken language in all 50 states of the United States of America. Several states do have sizable minorities who have English as a second language or who do not speak English. In all states there are neighborhoods and communities where English is not the most common… language, but for the population as a whole, English is still the primary language in each state. Spanish is, by far, the most common non-English language spoken in the USA. This is especially true for the states along the US/Mexico border. The list below illustrates this. Note that California has the most Spanish speakers. New Mexico has the highest percentage of Spanish speakers. Even in New Mexico, however, English is still the most common language. . State. Spanish Speakers. Percent Spanish Speakers. New Mexico. 823,352. 43.27%. California. 12,442,626. 34.72%. Texas. 7,781,211. 34.63%. Arizona. 1,608,698. 28.03%. Nevada. 445,622. 19.27%. Florida. 3,304,832. 19.01%. Also, Puerto Rico - which is a US territory and not a state has about 95% of their population who speak Spanish. ( Full Answer )
The most common last name in the world is Chang (Zhang). It is should be Lee. It rank 2nd in china after wong. It rank 2nd in Korea after kim It rank 24 in the US.
There are many huge lists of the most common words in the English language, but the top-ranked most commonly used word would be "the", quickly followed by "very", "though", and "just"..
Smith, Miller, Jones, Lopez(Mexican), Chin(Chinese), USA: Smith Mexico: Lopez Italian: something ending in a vowel The most common last name is probably the Asian surname Chen, with around 93 million people possessing that name.
More people speak Mandarin than any other language. . More places speak English than any other language.
The most common surname in America is Smith. There are well over 2 million of them.
The answer is Jones ther was two records set for this name they got lost of people with the sear name Jones to meet together and the most popular british last name
Nagy is the most popular Hungarian surname, pronounced roughly like 'nawdge'. The name nagy means 'big'.
Williams - 50 Johnson - 48 Smith - 41 Brown - 37 Jones - 29 Davis - 28 Thomas - 22 Jackson - 21 As of the 2009 season, 1/11/2010.
E. many people think it is a because A comes first in the alphabet, but the most common letter is most definitely e.
Nikahd, Okhovat, Latifpour, Aliaabaadi, Javaherian, Hemmati, Oveisi, Shakiba, Arjmand, Akbari, Amiri, Amirpour, Amirzadeh,Fallahi,Habibi, Modarres, Tale', Zarindast, Zarindoost, Zarin, Hamidi, Poursorkh, Omidi, Golzar, Radan, Hayayi, Karimi, Tehrani, Seddigh, Omidzadeh, Alizadeh, Eliaszadeh, Shaker …Doust, Shakibaie, Asgari, Pournavab, Zare, Zamani, Fard, Zamaani Fard, Niroomad, Raad, Niroomand Raad, Shahrestaani, Zardooz, Milani, NaazemZaadeh, Harandi, NaazemZadeh Harandi, Samadi, Tavaazo, Rostami, Yavari, Rabiei, Mouradipour, Eliaszadeh, Pourali, Moradi, Jobrani, Sharifi, Siavashi & Djalili or Jalili ( Full Answer )
The top five most commonly nouns used in English are: . time . year . people . way . day The source given for this list is Corpus of Contemporary AmericanEnglish (COCA).
The growth of English as a common language started with the massive colonial empire of the United Kingdom, which in 1921 covered one quarter of the world's land and one quarter of the world's population. The United Kingdom, of course, had English as its language. The expansion of English continued a…fter the Second World War, when the United States became a global superpower. Directly after the war, The economy of the USA was half of all the world's product, and its economic might in the world has only waned slightly in comparison to all other countries, with its economy now worth a good quarter of the world's GDP. What you could possibly ascertain from all of this is that old saying, "money makes the world go 'round", or at least makes a language spread. ( Full Answer )
I'm 18, and the most common name in my high school was Tom, everyone's called Tom. Drives me mental, so many people are called Tom, you stop answering to your own name because when someone shouts your name, they mean someone else. What is the point of a name you don't answer to?
Boys . Jacob . Michael . Ethan . Joshua . Daniel . Christopher . Anthony . William . Andrew Girls . Emily . Isabella . Emma . Ava . Madison . Sophia . Olivia . Abigail . Hannah . Elizabeth
the most common incorrect spelled word in English language is which! believe it or not it is.
The two most common Polish last names are Nowak (which comes from the word new , in Polish nowy ) and Kowalski (the origin of which is the same as of the English last name Smith - kowal means in English locksmith ).
the first non vowel letter most commonly used in the dictionary is the letter H but A is first E second and I third then O and U
It would be almost impossible to know for sure since educational or related institution on the continent do not neccessarly have the money to engage in such studies, i ran into this question when i was investigating my Last name MBUYA, i found people with this last name in at least seven countries s…o far : Kenya, Uganda, Congo drc, Tanzania, Botswana, Zimbabwe and south Africa, those are only the country i searched there could be more ! ( Full Answer )
The most common letter for a last name for people in the United States is "S".
Not really because there are countries that have their own languages. But because of global communication, the English language is becoming more relevant. The English language is the most common language in the world, as it is used in official business worldwide. We still have some other languages t…hat are widely used (e.g. French, Arabic, etc.). Mandarin is the most spoken language by native speakers, but English is the most spoken language by total speakers. ( Full Answer )
Robinson and Williams with four inductees each: Robinson 1) Brooks - played with the Baltimore Orioles between 1955-1977. 1964 AL MVP, 1966 All Star Game MVP, and 1970 World Series MVP. 15 times All Star selection and 16 time Gold Glove winner. 2) Frank - played with the Reds, Orioles, Dodge…rs, Angels, and Indians between 1956-1976. 1961 NL MVP and 1966 AL MVP, 1966 AL Triple Crown winner, 1956 NL Rookie of the Year, 1971 All Star MVP, 12 time All Star selection, first African American manager in MLB history. 3) Jackie - played with the Brooklyn Dodgers between 1947-1956. 1947 MLB Rookie of the Year, 1949 NL MVP, 6 time All Star selection, first African American to play in MLB in the modern era, number 42 is retired by MLB. 4) Wilbert - played with the Athletics, Orioles, and Cardinals between 1886-1902 and managed the Brooklyn Robins between 1914-1931. Catcher for the Baltimore Orioles that won three straight NL titles (1894-1896). Had a 7 hit game in 1892. Won 1,375 games as a manager. Williams 1) Billy - played with the Chicago Cubs and Oakland Athletics between 1959-1976. 6 time All Star selection, 1961 NL Rookie of the Year, 426 career home runs, played in 1,117 consecutive games between 1962-1971, 200+ hits in three seasons. 2) Joe - pitching star of the Negro Leagues. Struckout 27 Kansas City Monarchs in a 12 inning game in 1930 at the age of 44. Said to have pitched a dozen no hitters. Was named the best pitcher ever in the Negro Leagues by a newspaper poll. 3) Dick - played for several teams between 1951-1964 but best known as a manager. Only manager in MLB history to lead three teams to the World Series (Boston Red Sox in 1967, Oakland Athletics in 1972 and 1973, and San Diego Padres in 1984). Ended his managerial career with 1,571 wins, 4 pennants, and 2 World Series titles. 4) Ted - played with the Boston Red Sox between 1939-1960 missing almost 5 full seasons due to active military duty during World War II and the Korean War. Last batter to bat .400 for a season (.406 in 1941). 17 time All Star selection, 521 career home runs, AL MVP in 1946 and 1949, .344 career batting average, led the AL in on base percentage 13 times, walked over 2,000 times in his career. ( Full Answer )
The communist nation of Cuba is home to many people. In thepopulation the most common last name is Castro.
Well in my school, the most common mistakes in the English language are their, they're and there. There are differences between these words and hardly anybody wants to know what these differences are. So when you ask a similar or relevant question or you DID type this question and or are looking it …up. It shows you care about the common problems in our English language and are therefore trying to prevent it. ( Full Answer )
Arabic is the language most commonly used by Muslims because it is the language of the Koran. Most Muslims believe their Holy Book should only be read in the original Arabic, so, whatever other language they know, they generally also learn Arabic. Arabic literacy, however, among non-Arabs is stagg…eringly low because of low literacy rates in native non-Arabic languages and difficulties in learning Arabic. The most popular (in terms of people) Islamic languages would be Bahasa Indones, Urdu, Bangla, and English. ( Full Answer )
Mandarin has the most number of native speakers, but English is the most widely used langague in the world.
Chinese has second greatest number of people who speak it, after English. (Note: While more people speak Chinese primarily than those who primarily speak English, more have English as a primary or secondary language than have Chinese as a primary or secondary language.)
Jones in England, Patel in London, Campbell in Ireland, Brown in Scotland and Williams in Wales
No language is Very like English but those closest are all the latin languages: Italian, French, Spanish etc., they have a huge vocabulary in common. Frisian is the closest living relative of English. Dutch also has large similarities.
English is the most common language in Canada because Canada wasunder British rule for over a hundred years ending in 1867
English is not the most flexible language, but it does have a high degree of flexibility because so much has been borrowed from other languages. The fact that English has no noun classes, no case endings, and few verb congujations also makes is a flexible language.
Your trick question was answered long ago (1944) when, in California, a mapdot-type town wanted their name to be 'the last word' and so named it 'Zzyzx'. Located within ten minutes' driving time of Baker, California, on the edge of the Mojave National Preserve, if you blink, you WILL miss it! For… more information (and a picture of the freeway off-ramp sign!) about this exciting (current) home of the Desert Studies Center, please access the related link below: ( Full Answer )
Smith Johnson Jones Williams Brown Davis Answer: This depends on which phonebook you are using - the above list works for the USA but worldwide the most common name (and likely the most common in a phone book locally or in total is Chang. It should be noted that Smith, the most popu…lar or common family name in the USA, Canada United Kingdom and Scotland also is near the top of the list in the local language in many other countries United States - 2,501,922 - 1.006% of the population Lebanon - Haddad (Meaning Blacksmith or 'Smith') - 3.42% Russia - 3 - ÐÑÐ·Ð½ÐµÑÐ¾Ð² (Kuznetsov, 0.90%) - "smith's" Estonia - # 3 - Sepp (3,624) - Smith France - # 13 - Lefebvre - 74,564 (0.124%) - "The smith" Germany - . 2 - Schmidt (0.69%) (Smith) . 24 - Schmitz (Smith) . 27 - Schmitt (Smith) . 31 - Schmid (Smith) Hungary - KovÃ¡cs (221,687; 'blacksmith') Ireland - # 5 - Smith Italy - # 3 - Ferrari (blacksmith; iron worker - cf. Smith) Poland - . 2 - Kowalski (139,719; from kowal "smith") . 5 - Kowalczyk (97,796, from kowal "smith", literally "smith's son") Slovakia - # 2 - KovÃ¡Ä (mean: Smith) ( Full Answer )
Smith . Johnson . Williams . Jones . Brown . Davis . Miller . Wilson . Moore . Taylor
If i were going to guess, i would say Ruiz, Garcia, and lopez, my last name is ruiz and I have searched it before where someone said ruiz was the most common.
The most common first language, or mother tongue, is Mandarin Chinese. Around a billion people speak it as a first language, most of them situated in China and Taiwan. This language also has the highest number of total speakers, that's is, including people that speak it as a second or third language…. The most geographically widespread native language is probably Spanish, which is the everyday language in over 20 countries on four continents. ( Full Answer )
That is a faulty question since it completely depends on whether you learned eastern languages first or western languages. Western are based off the Latin alphabet, which are interchangeable pieces which combine to form words. Eastern uses strict characters which each represent a meaning, and is …not interchangeable. Also the tone used when speaking a word changes its meaning, unlike western languages which has a flat word that's meaning never changes no matter how you say it. ( Full Answer )
No. There is no such thing as an illogical language. English does have a spelling system that seems at times illogical, but spelling and language are two entirely different things.
The chemical symbols for the elements that do not match their English names are derived from the Latin names of the elements, except for tungsten, for which the symbol comes from the German name.
Well, not to be rude but there is a mistake in your question, instead of just mistake, it would be mistakes because it is plural. The most common mistake I think in the English language is sheeps and fishes. The plural is sheep and fish. But when you are referring to multiple kinds of fish the word …fishes can be used. Another one is octopuses and cactuses. This would be cacti and octapi. Although, octapouses is getting more and more comon and now is somewhat grammatically correct. ( Full Answer )
1) Smith, at 2.376 million people 2) Johnson, at 1.857 million people 3) Williams, at 1.534 million people Courtesy of Wolfram Alpha
One of the most common surnames in Japan is Satou. Other common surnames include Suzuki and Takahashi.
English language known as the international languages marines use English as their language for further communication.
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Simply because it is the British Commonwealth. The Commonwealth is the remains of the old British Empire which used to also include U.S.A. latger part of Africa than now, most of the sub continent. About i/3 of the world was once coloured pink on any atlas to show that it was British. Of course the …officia; lamguage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain. Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland and the Commonwealth of of Nations (long title for the Queen to carry around) is.....ait for it...wait for it.....terah terah (fanfare) ...English. ( Full Answer )
English is the most common language in most of Florida, except for pockets of Cuban exiles whose native language is Spanish.
Some of the most common Italian surnames are Rossi, Russo, Ferrari, Esposito and Bianchi.Other popular names are Romano, Colombo, Ricci, Greco and Marino.
In the English language, homonyms are multiple words that sound exactly the same, but are spelled different and have different meanings. Among the most common of these are the homonyms cell and sell, dear and deer, and minor and miner.
Yes English is the most common language in the world. English as been official declared as the worlds official language although there are other languages used based on your origin.