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Wathne is a Norwegian surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Eli Wathne is a Norwegian politician from the Conservative Party.

Hugo Wathne was a Norwegian sculptor and art instructor.

Sigurd Wathne was a Norwegian football goalkeeper, playing for the club SK Brann. He was born in Copenhagen. He played with the Norwegian national team at the Antwerp Olympics in 1920, where the Norwegian team reached the quarter finals. He was capped 14 times for Norway.

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Peter Waage Norwegian chemist

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Heritable family names were generally adopted rather late within Scandinavia. Nobility were the first to take names that would be passed on from one generation to the next. Later, clergy, artisans and merchants in cities took heritable names. Family names (surnames) were still used together with primary patronyms, which were used by all social classes. This meant that most families until modern times did not have surnames. Scandinavian patronyms were generally derived from the father's given name with the addition of a suffix meaning 'son' or 'daughter' or by occupation like Møller - naming tradition remained commonly used throughout the Scandinavian countries during the time of surname formation. Forms of the patronymic suffixes include: -son, -sen, -fen, -søn, -ler, -zen, -zon/zoon, and -ssøn .

Stein Kåre Kristiansen is a Norwegian journalist.

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