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And so, the last names started to be passed from father to son.
João de Oliveira, for example, means that the slave João was owned by Oliveira and José Rodrigues meant that José was the son of Rodrigo.
This was a problem brought by the Portuguese caravelas because the first inhabitants of Brazil, the indigenouspeople, did not need to create a way to differentiate individuals from their first names; after all, they were never given the same names.
In order to avoid confusion, people started to reference where each one lived or worked, who their parents or spouses were, or their professions.
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It is the third largest municipality in the southern region of Brazil, after the much larger state capitals of Curitiba and Porto Alegre.
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For a long time some of them meant power and tradition, other last names meant that you were an orphan without a father and mother, or who your owner (in the slavery period) was, but what remains today are only stories that help Brazilians to understand the origins of their people through their names.