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[Soundex Code A531]This matronymic surname is derived from Anyutushka, a diminutive form of the women's name Anna.According to tradition, this surname was given by Doukhobor leader Peter "Lordly" Verigin to the offspring of his sister Anyutushka, some of whom bore the Semenov family name and some of whom bore the Podovinnikov family name.

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[Soundex Code A210]his patronymic surname is derived from the men's name Akim.The Akimovs among the Doukhobors originated from the province of Tambov, Russia in the 18th century.A study of the origin and meaning of Doukhobor surnames reveals many clues about our family history.In some cases they indicate the first name, trade or occupation, descriptive nickname, or ethnic or geographic origin of an early ancestor.Among the Doukhobors, this surname occurred only in Russia.

[Soundex Code A112] The Afanas'evs among the Doukhobors resided in the Tobol'sk-Yenisei region of Russia in the mid-19th century, and in the Amur region in the latter 19th century.Among the Doukhobors, it originated as an unofficial alternate surname for a branch of the Popov family in Tiflis province, Russia in the mid-19th century, whose patriarch bore this name.[Soundex Code A522]Anisin is derived from the men's name Anisii or the women's name Anisia.Among the Doukhobors, it originated as an unofficial alternate surname for a branch of the Verigin family in Elizavetpol and Kars provinces, Russia the mid-19th century, whose patriarch bore this name.[Soundex Code A625]This surname originates from argat, a term borrowed from the Turkic language meaning "labourer", especially an agricultural, seasonal or itinerant labourer.Among the Doukhobors, it originated as an unofficial alternate surname for a branch of the Verigin family in Elizavetpol and Kars provinces, Russia in the mid-19th century, whose patriarch bore this name.