Can I use Miss with first name?
Technically, it’s not appropriate to use a person’s first name, without permission. The right thing to do is use an honorific (Mr., Ms., Mrs., Dr. …) until the person says, Please call me (first name).
When should you use first names in your correspondence?
Sometimes it is appropriate to address them by first name right away. If you have met them in person before or if you know the person fairly well, then first name is generally ok. Also, younger people tend to be more accepting of first name usage. How do you address a person with two titles?
Is initial first name or last name?
The First Name is also your given name, the name given to you by your parents at birth. The Initial is normally used for the middle names, and you write them as initials rather than the actual name. The Last Name is also your surname or family name, the name of your clan or affiliated family.
What is the female version of Junior?
‘Junior’ is actually genderless, and simply means ‘younger’. It’s not common to use for females, but it can (and has been) used on occasion.
How do you write last name with JR first?
To abbreviate name suffixes such as “junior” and “senior,” the first and last letters — “j” and “r” for “junior” and “s” and “r” for senior — are written followed by a period. This abbreviation is used when a person’s given name is written in full such as John H. Smith Jr.
Can you be a Jr with a different middle name?
From Behind the Name: “Junior is used to distinguish a son with the same name as his father. The Junior must be a son of the father, not a grandson. The names must be exactly the same, including the middle name. The father must still be living.