このQ&Aを解いて欲しいです Q what did people often use as a family name？ A Q what does''mac''mean in Scottish A Q Can you give an example of family name which came from the name of their job？ A Q can you give an example of family names which came from the father's name？ A Q can you give an example of family names which came from the names of places？ A Long ago, people in both the East and the West had only given namees. Little by little, they added family names to their given names. As a family name, they often used the name of their job. "James Baker" is an example in England. A baker bakes bread. Some family names came from the father's name. "Johnson" means "John's son". "MacDonald" is "the son of Donald". In Scottish, "mac" means "son of". The names of places sometimes became family names, too. "Leonardo da Vinci" means "Leonardo of Vinci". "Vinci" is the name of a village in Italy.