which sentence in which the word in parenthesis is used incorrectly. 1. A. Lavrasdatter is a Norwegian (patronymic) that means "the daughter of Lavran." B. Names like Fitzpatrick and Fitzgerald are (patronymic) derived from the french word fils, which means "son." C.She squandered her entire (patronymic) on the stock market. D. Russian names include a first name, a (patronymic), and a family name.

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which sentence in which the word in parenthesis is used incorrectly. 1. A. Lavrasdatter is a Norwegian (patronymic) that means "the daughter of Lavran." B. Names like Fitzpatrick and Fitzgerald are (patronymic) derived from the french word fils, which means "son." C.She squandered her entire (patronymic) on the stock market. D. Russian names include a first name, a (patronymic), and a family name.

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pat·ro·nym·ic ˌpatrəˈnimik/Submit noun 1. a name derived from the name of a father or ancestor, typically by the addition of a prefix or suffix, e.g., Johnson, O'Brien, Ivanovich. adjective 1. denoting or relating to a name derived from the name of a father or male ancestor. "the patronymic naming of children"
that is the definition of patronymic, now which one do you think it is.
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okay, i will explain. A. is someone's last name in the trilogy of a book. B. is someone's name DERIVED from french words. C. makes no sense, it has nothing to do with the definition of Patronymic. D. also comes from a family name.
now looking at what I wrote can you determine which one it could possibly be?

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