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DAVISON  added 2/23/2018, 12:58:16 PM by Lady_Skywalker
Peter Davison (born Peter Malcolm Gordon Moffett; 13 April 1951) is an English actor with many credits in television dramas and sitcoms.
Lady_Skywalker  2/23/2018
 
MERCER  added 2/23/2018, 11:57:42 AM by Lady_Skywalker
Ian Mercer is an antagonist in Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest and Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End.
Lady_Skywalker  2/23/2018
 
WELCH  added 2/23/2018, 11:31:05 AM by Lady_Skywalker
Raquel Welch (born Jo Raquel Tejada; September 5, 1940) is an American actress and singer.
Lady_Skywalker  2/23/2018
 
SAVAGE  added 2/23/2018, 8:40:19 AM by Lady_Skywalker
Adam Whitney Savage is an American industrial designer and special effects designer/fabricator, actor, educator, and television personality, known as the former co-host of the Discovery Channel television series MythBusters and Unchained Reaction.
Lady_Skywalker  2/23/2018
 
JOHANSSON  added 2/22/2018, 3:12:29 PM by Anonymous User
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LOPEZ  added 2/22/2018, 10:03:43 AM by Anonymous User
I love this name and think it would be great for anyone
― Anonymous User  2/22/2018
 
CHASE  added 2/21/2018, 6:21:55 PM by Marusero
In addition to being a metonymic occupational name for a huntsman, the surname Chase could also be a nickname for an exceptionally skilled huntsman, and it is derived from Middle English chase meaning "hunt" (Old French chasse, from chasser meaning "to hunt", Latin captere).
Marusero  2/21/2018
 
SHELTON  added 2/21/2018, 12:22:46 PM by Anonymous User
The infamous Shelton Gang actually consisted of three brothers (the head of the Shelton Gang) who's last name was actually Shelton. They were bootleggers that made/stole the alcohol that they sold.
― Anonymous User  2/21/2018
 
HOLT  added 2/20/2018, 2:40:46 PM by Anonymous User
Claire Holt, australian actress.
― Anonymous User  2/20/2018
 
DEVLIN  added 2/19/2018, 6:29:21 PM by coreyjboren
Janet Devlin, Irish singer-songwriter and competitor on the X Factor in 2011.
coreyjboren  2/19/2018
 
ROY (1)  added 2/19/2018, 4:45:52 PM by highexpectasians
This is also an Indian surname derived from the Sanskrit title राज (rāja) meaning "king". More specifically, this form is widely found in northeastern India among Bengalis, Marathis, and Assamese. and It's also transcribed a multitude of ways and is sometimes spelled as Raj, Rai, Roy, Ray, Raja, etc.
highexpectasians  2/19/2018
 
SHARP  added 2/18/2018, 6:45:02 AM by Marusero
The surname Sharp is derived from Middle English scharp meaning "keen, active, quick".
Marusero  2/18/2018
 
FREEMAN  added 2/17/2018, 5:56:55 AM by Marusero
The surname Freeman is a variant of the surname Free.
Marusero  2/17/2018
 
SAN NICOLAS  added 2/17/2018, 5:51:18 AM by Marusero
This surname is spelled "San Nicolás".
Marusero  2/17/2018
 
NICOSIA  added 2/15/2018, 12:39:07 PM by Caprice
Nicosia is in Cyprus, not in Sicily.
Caprice  2/15/2018
 
NAKAMURA  added 2/12/2018, 1:21:40 PM by Official Name Critic
Shinsuke Nakamura is a Japanese Professional Wrestler currently signed to the WWE.
Official Name Critic  2/12/2018
 
ISAEV  added 2/11/2018, 5:04:38 PM by highexpectasians
This is also a separate Central Asian and Caucasian surname meaning "son of Isa" (referring to the Arabic name) used by Muslims living in Russia or former Soviet states.
highexpectasians  2/11/2018
 
JUNG  added 2/11/2018, 5:02:43 PM by highexpectasians
This is also a Korean and Chinese surname of a separate origin and meaning (a variant transcription of the Chinese surname "Zheng").
highexpectasians  2/11/2018
 
MA  added 2/10/2018, 7:07:08 PM by highexpectasians
This surname is also used by Chinese Muslims (i.e. Hui, Salars, Bonan, Uyghurs, and Dongxiang), with an estimated 9 out of 10 Chinese bearing the name professing to Islam. It is considered the most common Hui surname, with its origins tracing back to the Ming dynasty when Muslims were forced to adopt a Chinese surname. In the sense of Chinese Muslim usage, it can be interpreted as a short form of the Arabic names 'Mahmud' (محمود) or 'Muhammad' (محمد), as many Muslims in China use shortened forms of Arabic or Qur'anic names as surnames. In Xiao'erjing, the Perso-Arabic script used to write Chinese by Chinese Muslims, Ma is written as "ﻣَﺎ".
- http://www.academia.edu/18228370/Chinese_Muslims_Who_Are_They (under "Family Names")
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ma_(surname)
- http://chinesesurnames.blogspot.com/2005/07/ma-chinese-surname-ma3-beh-mah.html?m=1
- https://books.google.com/books?id=wEih57-GWQQC&pg=PA79&lpg=PA79&dq=Ma%27+is+the+most+common+surname+among+Hui+Muslims+in+China,+tracing+its+origins+to+the+Ming&source=bl&ots=14SR93TDYe&sig=r9OJ2sgouuXym3pNIhqFXRyVjjU&hl=en&sa=X&ved=2ahUKEwizmOCD85zZAhXG8YMKHZaEDiMQ6AEwA3oECAcQAQ#v=onepage&q=Ma'%20is%20the%20most%20common%20surname%20among%20Hui%20Muslims%20in%20China%2C%20tracing%20its%20origins%20to%20the%20Ming&f=false

Some Chinese Muslim bearers:
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ma_Hongbin
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ma_Wanfu
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ma_Bufang
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ma_Ruifang
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ma_Sanli
- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ma_Yue
highexpectasians  2/10/2018
 
BASSI  added 2/10/2018, 9:03:14 AM by akashdeepsinghbassi
there are lots people living in punjab region having the surname "bassi"
akashdeepsinghbassi  2/10/2018
 
PEREIRO  added 2/9/2018, 2:39:09 PM by LoganWolverine
Pereiro was called the cavalry order Sao Juliao Do Pereyro. Pereiro is an apple tree whose fruit is pero. It is also associated with a place in Galicia (northern Spain) called Pereiro de Aguiar. This is often confused with Pereira which is a pear tree and nothing more.
LoganWolverine  2/9/2018
 
CRAWFORD  added 2/6/2018, 1:59:30 PM by Anonymous User
Corey Crawford, goaltender of the Chicago Blackhawks.
― Anonymous User  2/6/2018
 
RINNE (2)  added 2/6/2018, 7:19:25 AM by Anonymous User
Finnish goaltender for the Nashville Predators, Pekka Rinne.
― Anonymous User  2/6/2018
 
HOPPER  added 2/4/2018, 8:06:48 PM by ThatOneAuthorGirl
A famous bearer is Jim Hopper, the sheriff in Hawkins, Indiana on the Netflix series "Stranger Things."
ThatOneAuthorGirl  2/4/2018
 
HADJIEV  added 2/4/2018, 1:21:19 AM by Randee15
From Bulgarian хаджия (Bulgarian official Romanization: hadzhia) "pilgrim". This is a borrowing via Turkish hacı of Arabic ḥajjī "pilgrim, especially to Mecca [for Muslims] or Jerusalem [for Christians]". [noted -ed]
Randee15  2/4/2018
 
WAY  added 2/1/2018, 3:45:34 PM by Gerard Way
Brothers Gerard and Mikey Way from the famous band My Chemical Romance.
Gerard Way  2/1/2018
 
BUTLER  added 1/29/2018, 4:31:39 PM by ezra
The name can also be of Polish Jewish origin, from Yiddish _butl_, meaning "bottle" and the suffix -er meaning someone of a trade. So Butler means "bottle maker".
ezra  1/29/2018
 
SAAB  added 1/28/2018, 12:42:28 AM by Beautiful Victory
Elie Saab is a Lebanese fashion designer.
Beautiful Victory  1/28/2018
 
MARLEY  added 1/20/2018, 12:22:21 PM by William Alex Marley
There seems to have been a Sir James (I think) Marley who would go back & forth from England to Jamaica. 15th century or 16th century?
Seems as if this Marley either owned or was overseer to sugar cane plantations. As in the USA, slaves would take their owner's last name & a number of the men in Jamaica took the name MARLEY.
William Alex Marley  1/20/2018
 
MARLEY  added 1/20/2018, 12:13:32 PM by William Alex Marley
I have researched my name & found a mention of the name in the 6th century as a Syrian Jew.
William Alex Marley  1/20/2018
 
MALONE  added 1/12/2018, 4:30:39 PM by navvvrisk
A rare variant used is Maloan.
navvvrisk  1/12/2018
 
ORTIZ  added 1/11/2018, 5:54:55 AM by Marusero
Ortiz is derived from a patronymic from the Basque given name Orti, which is derived from Latin Fortunius.
Marusero  1/11/2018
 
WYATT  added 1/10/2018, 6:38:27 PM by apromaco
Robert Wyatt (born Robert Wyatt-Ellidge, 28 January 1945) is an English musician, and founding member of the influential Canterbury scene band Soft Machine, with a long and distinguished solo career.
apromaco  1/10/2018
 
OSBORNE  added 1/10/2018, 9:41:32 AM by Anonymous User
John James Osborne - (1929-94) English Playwright, Actor, & Screenwriter.
― Anonymous User  1/10/2018
 
SIMONIDES  added 1/9/2018, 2:54:24 PM by highexpectasians
Written as “Σιμωνίδης” in Greek.
highexpectasians  1/9/2018
 
KATSAROS  added 1/9/2018, 2:53:29 PM by highexpectasians
Written as “Κατσαρός” in Greek. [noted -ed]
highexpectasians  1/9/2018
 
IORDANOU  added 1/9/2018, 2:52:58 PM by highexpectasians
Written as “Ιορδάνου” in Greek.
highexpectasians  1/9/2018
 
MOHAMMED  added 1/9/2018, 2:50:14 PM by highexpectasians
Also commonly used amongst Indian Muslims (“محمد” in Urdu and “मुहम्मद” in Hindi) and in Bangladesh (“মোহাম্মদ” in Bengali). In Arabic, it’s written as “محمد”. [noted -ed]
highexpectasians  1/9/2018
 
ABBAS  added 1/9/2018, 1:32:53 PM by highexpectasians
Also an Arabic surname; written as "عباس" in Arabic. [noted -ed]
highexpectasians  1/9/2018
 
YANG  added 1/9/2018, 9:19:36 AM by 3la5t1c81rdy
This last name also came from Korea.
3la5t1c81rdy  1/9/2018
 
SAVAGE  added 1/7/2018, 5:07:09 AM by Anonymous User
Savage is a surname of English and Scottish origin/usage.
― Anonymous User  1/7/2018
 
MARSDEN  added 1/7/2018, 3:53:34 AM by Anonymous User
Jason Christopher Marsden (born January 3, 1975) is an American voice actor.
― Anonymous User  1/7/2018
 
TRAVERS  added 1/6/2018, 10:45:01 AM by Ookami32194
Travers is also an anglicization of Ó Treabhair, Treabhair being the genitive form of Treabhar, which is the Irish version of Trefor/Trevor. Which has the meaning "great thorp/village".
Ookami32194  1/6/2018
 
WOMACK  added 1/6/2018, 1:21:34 AM by lady-phibes
Joy Womack (b. 1994), an American ballet dancer.
lady-phibes  1/6/2018
 
BIEBER  added 12/30/2017, 2:00:30 PM by Marusero
This surname could also be derived from German Biber or Yiddish biber. In some cases, it may be habitational, deriving from a house or some other place named with this word. As a Jewish surname, it is typically ornamental.
Marusero  12/30/2017
 
SAAB  added 12/24/2017, 7:23:00 AM by ShioTanbo1
Alejandro Saab is an American voice actor!
ShioTanbo1  12/24/2017
 
SAMARA  added 12/19/2017, 3:59:47 PM by highexpectasians
Written as “سمارة” in Arabic. [noted -ed]
highexpectasians  12/19/2017
 
KRUSE (2)  added 12/18/2017, 9:42:13 AM by Anonymous User
I've heard it pronounced KROOZ and KROOZ-ee.
― Anonymous User  12/18/2017
 
TAYLOR  added 12/18/2017, 9:31:03 AM by Anonymous User
Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor and family on the television show, Home Improvement.
― Anonymous User  12/18/2017
 
STRANGE  added 12/15/2017, 7:36:54 AM by Anonymous User
My great-grandmother's maiden name was Strange. Awesome!
― Anonymous User  12/15/2017