For a rare patronymic to appear, first you need to call the boy a rare name. And they usually choose a simple name they like, thinking also about how their grandchildren will be called.
And there are people who think of nothing but their arrogance when they give their sons pretentious names or generally incomprehensible abbreviations, frankly wild. A sensational scandal erupted in 2002, when dad and mom (artist Vyacheslav Voronin and graphic restorer Marina Frolova) decided to name their son BOC rVF 260602, deciphering this name as "Biological Object Man of the Voronin-Frolov family, born on 26.06.2002", however, they were denied registration at the registry office.
What patronymic should the son of this BOC wear, and the grandchildren of such parents? Extravagance should not be at the top. There are a sufficient number of rare names, beautiful and unusual patronymics from which will delight both children and grandchildren.
Once common names and patronymics became rare, such as Danila Danilovich, Yegor Yegorovich, but they came into use again. Parents want to distinguish their child from the gray crowd, give an unusual name, and nowadays the names of Gordey, Luka, Elisey, Fedor, Potap, Frol, Prokhor have risen from almost oblivion. Plus to the rarity of the name, they will then give the same rare, but very beautiful and euphonious middle names.
The problem of choice is quite serious, and as an example, there are old options. For example, patronymics sound great from such names as: Avgustovichi - from August, Apollonovichi - from Apollo, Aristarkhovichi - from Aristarkh, Afrikanovichi - African, Bogdanovichi - from Bogdan, Veniaminovichi - from Veniamin, Vissarionovichi - from Vissarion - Leonardovich, Leonardovichi - from Lev, Svyatopolkovichi and Yaropolkovichi from Svyatopolk and Yaropolk. The list is, of course, broader, but for a quick overview it is enough to see what middle names people can have. They are also found in literature, for example, Akaki. However, hardly anyone now wants to have Akakievichs, successors of their kind.
You should also think about how to live in general for a child and then for an adult with what is written in his metrics. If the patronymic is unusual and very rare, then it obliges to give the appropriate name. If dad is a Tractor, then what should you call your daughter, for example, so that Traktorovna's middle name does not spoil the picture? In the Soviet Union, there was a fashion for names invented in honor of communist ideals. Dad Elevator named his son Carburetor. This Carburetor Elevatorovich grew up and is proud of his full name.
People with patronymics from those times walk the earth, for example, Vorsovichi (Voroshilovskie arrows), Lastovichi (Latvian arrows), Luidzhievichi (Lenin died, but ideas are alive), Fedovichi (from F.E.Dzerzhinsky). And also Pyatvchetovichi (five-year plan in four years). Rare patronymics appeared: Orovich (from the October Revolution), Arlenovich (Lenin's army), and Stalinovich.
Even in Dontsova's cycle about Viola Tarakanova there is such a patronymic, Leninidovna. It is good that the Great October Revolution was not directly reduced, otherwise we would have had neighbors named Thief and their children, Vorovichi. Vorbudrokovich can put everyone down, since Voroshilov, Budyonny and Rokossovsky gave their parts of the surnames to the outlandish name of his dad, Vorbudrok. Vladlenovichi and Vilenovichi took root.
Since such names were not so rarely given in the 20-30s, today there are still carriers of their patronymics. There was also a custom to give names in honor of any achievements of science, and in general in honor of the achievements of the era. And several decades later, the descendants of the Oyushminalds appeared, walked across the country - the Oyushminaldovichs (from Otto Yulievich Schmidt on the ice). Met in the running line when congratulating - Partsezdovna.
Especially a lot of interesting, rare and generally unusual names, patronymics and surnames pass through those places where some kind of registration is kept. There was such a person with a patronymic Duvlenkovich, my father's name was formed from the Tenth Anniversary of the All-Union Lenin Komsomol, Lorikerikovich, Melsovich. There are Bamovich and Kamazovich, whose grandfathers were clearly not indifferent to the global construction projects of the five-year plans. Dizelevich and Kombainovich on the same line.
There was also a so-called "space" era, when many boys received the names Sputnik and their children became Sputnikovichs, there were also Jupiterovichs, Marsovichs, Uryurvkosy (Ura, Yura in space), Perkosraki (the first space rocket) had children with no less pronounced patronymics.
But do not forget that a person from the rarest name and patronymic can withdraw into himself, this can greatly affect self-esteem, since children's groups are often spiteful towards everything unusual. And in schools, not only a rare name, but also a patronymic can cause rejection, and as a result, persecution of a child. Often parents do not understand that if adults do not tease each other because of the name and patronymic, then this is the norm in children, and thus, doom children, and then grandchildren, to constant humiliation, constant teasing, plus also calling his dad ...
In an army environment, it will be very difficult for a person with an unusual name or patronymic to survive, the morals there are far from perfect. And it is not for nothing that people wearing such patronymics are allowed to change them upon reaching adulthood, so that there is no social problem.
When the first "soap operas" appeared in the country, some parents got so emotional that they began to call their children by the names of the heroes. And they will soon have grandchildren Luisalbertovichi, Pedrovichi, Khuliovichi and Huanovichi. Although these names are not rare in the world, in our country they do not sound too familiar to the Russian ear.
After the OSCE summit, there was a case when a child was given the name Summit. After a couple of decades, Summitovichs will appear. Their grandchildren will be happy with their patronymic, if dad retains his name by that time!
A child should love his name and patronymic, so that he does not think when he will be 18 years old. Why take everything to the point of absurdity and extremes? It is best to consider that a rare name can and should be given to a child, but nuances must be taken into account. Pay special attention to compatibility with the last name, patronymic. Think about how comfortable the child will be? After all, Perkosrak is unlikely to feel comfortable, as well as Perkosrakovichi, his future children.
How many difficult moments will a child have to go through, how easy is it to pronounce his name and patronymic? The name Agarofon will be difficult to pronounce, and the child will be called whatever you like, more often it will be offensive. The name should not evoke unpleasant memories like Napoleon or the like. And too pretentious names, such as Hero or Emperor, require correspondence from a person and bring discomfort.
Why invent fancy names for boys? Parents, think, it is time for your son to become a father himself! And let him grow up calm, balanced and contented with himself, and not nervous and frantic because of his name - patronymic. It has already been proven that due to the discomfort associated with the name, the child experiences stress.
This is especially true in adolescence, when a child can earn a lot of complexes. And sometimes your preferences must be set aside so that the child feels worthy and is not ashamed of himself, or his name - patronymic, or his parents, who gave him such a "present".