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辛格

姓氏 (Singh)

辛格英語:SinghIPA: /ˈsɪŋ/),是一个源自印度次大陆的头衔或名字,为梵语中“狮子”的意思,也常常被印度的武士用为头衔[1]。16世纪时期,辛格成为拉杰普特人中的常用姓名[2]锡克教于1699年,按照戈宾德·辛格的意见采用了辛格这一名字,所有正式的锡克教男性教徒不考虑地域或文化的约束,都要使用辛格的名字,所有锡克教的女性教徒使用考尔的名字,意思是“公主”[3][4]

参考资料编辑

  1. ^ Angus Stevenson; Maurice Waite. Concise Oxford English Dictionary: Book & CD-ROM Set. OUP Oxford. 2011: 1346. ISBN 9780199601103. 
  2. ^ Prakash Chander. India: Past & Present. APH Publishing. 1 January 2003: 120 [11 January 2013]. ISBN 978-81-7648-455-8. In those days, "Singh" as a surname was very popular among a famous warrior caste of north India, the Rajputs. Some of the first Sikhs were also Rajputs. 
  3. ^ A History of the Sikh People (1469-1988) by Dr. Gopal Singh ISBN 81-7023-139-6[页码请求]
  4. ^ Catherine B. Asher; Cynthia Talbot. India Before Europe. Cambridge University Press. 2006: 269. ISBN 9780521809047.