Surnames/tags: data_doctors db_error_913
Description of Error - 913: Swedish patronym DOTTER abbreviated
Dotter ending in last name shouldn't be abbreviated. Read more about patronyms.
Content of info column: Empty
Abbreviation for -dotter was used.
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