Is your birth name your full name?
The birth name is the name of the person given upon their birth. The term may be applied to the surname, the given name or to the entire name. Where births are required to be officially registered, the entire name entered onto a births register or birth certificate may by that fact alone become the person’s legal name.
What is last name at birth?
A birth name is the family name someone has when he or she is born, or at least from the time he or she is a child. This term can be used by a man or a woman who changes a name later in life for any reason. A maiden name is the family name—usually the birth name—a woman has before she marries.
What is difference between family name and given name?
Family name is also known as last name or surname. In Australia, the family name is the name that is shared with the rest of the family, whereas the given names are the names that are unique to an individual within the family.