Susan Elizabeth Ford, daughter of Gerald, held onto the patronym.
The doctor peered at me over his glasses, hesitated, and then revealed his patronym.
He ate in the Lotus and of its patronym, and was lulled into blissful peace with the other fortunate mariners.
a name derived from a father or ancestor; a surname or family name
patri- 'father' + -onym 'name'
1834, from Greek patronymos, from patr-, comb. form of pater "father" (see father (n.)) + -onym "name" (see name (n.)).