Type Surname (from location)
Scripts 欧阳(Chinese) 歐陽(Traditional Chinese)
Other Forms FormsOu-Yang, Au-yeung, Oyang, etc.
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Contributor Contrib.highexpectasians on 12/31/2017
Derived from Chinese 歐余 (ōuyú), the name of a mountain in present-day Huzhou, China (now called Mount Sheng). The name originates from Ti, a prince of the ancient Yue state, who resided on the south side of the mountain with his family. It is one of the most common compound Chinese surnames.