Did Russia's invasion in countries like Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan?

did they forcefully make people change their names from e.g Abdul to ''Abdulaev''? if not , then why are there names ending with ''V'' just like Russians?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    i dont who knows.U know better than me

    nega fediratsyaga bu narsa kerak ???????

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  • 1 decade ago

    My wife is from Uzbekistan, and she's ethnically Russian (about 10% of the population is) so that might have something to do with it.

    Alternatively, the Uzbeki language was suppressed under the Soviet Union, Russian being the only official language. So, in terms of official documentation, the v might have been added as Russian uses the Cyrillic alphabet (the Uzbeki language uses the Roman alphabet).The v signifies 'son of' at the end of a Russian surname,so that seems a likely explanation when births were registered.

    As a final suggestion, perhaps a lot of Uzbeki names always ended in v anyway.

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  • 1 decade ago

    No , they put the V on the end of their names to signify their love of Vodka :))

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