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Means "son of Aaij", a short form of several names, for example ADRIAAN
Denotes a person who came from a place called Aaldenberg
, which perhaps meant "old mountain".
Denotes a person who hailed from a place of this name in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium.
Derived from the Latin given name Abandonato
which means "forsaken".
Denoted someone hailing from Abano in Spain, a spa town whose name probably is related to the Celtic root ab
Means "priest's street" from Spanish abas
"priest" and kale
Means "priest's meadow" from the Basque abas
"priest" and solo
Means "little priest, abbot" from the Italian abate
and the diminutive suffix -elli
Means "dweller by the abbey" or "worker at the abbey" from the Middle English abbeye, abbaye
Derived from the Latin given name Abellio
which was the name of a Pyrenean god in the Roman times.
Originally the name was D'Aubigne
and is found as the name of towns in four locations in France... [more]
ABREU Portuguese, Galician
Habitational name from the a place called Abreu in the former Minho province in Portugal.
Denoted a person who lived in or by a house in Oegstgeest, South Holland, called Abtspoel
Means "axe man", derived from the Italian accia
Means "son of Acconcio", from the Latin name Acconcius
Means "son of Accorso", from the medieval name (Bon)accurso
meaning "(good) aid".
Means "son of Accoso", from the Latin name Accosius
Denoted a person hailing from one of the various farms that bore this name in and around Holland... [more]
ACKER English, German
Denoted a person who lived near a field, derived from Middle English acker
or Old High German ackar
meaning "field" (related to the word acre
Possibly from the Latin surname Acone
, which came from the toponym Portus Acone in Bitinia (in nowadays Turkey).
Means "coast", and originally referred to a person who lived there.
Means "water" in Italian, indicating one who dwelt by or transported water.
Derived from any of the many Germanic given names that began with the element adal
Perhaps means "punctual or fast person" from the Italian adesso
"now, at this moment".
Means "eagle's wing" from the German words Adler
"eagle" and Flügel
Denoted a person from Adrichem, the Netherlands, which means "Adrik's home".
Denoted a man from the Aeschel Valley on the Swiss-German border.
Either from place names like Baraggia
or variants, or more plausibly from the Germanic name Aggiuo
From place names like Agliè, Aglietti, Agliana and Agliate, all originating from the Latin name Allius
Means "lamb" from the Late Latin agnellus
, denoting a pious or timid person.
Nickname for someone very devoted or someone wearing a Benedictian amulet called an agnusdei
(which means "lamb of God" in Latin).
From the Latin agrestis
"rural, rustic" or agresta
Denoted a person from Agthoven, the Netherlands, which means "eight gardens" from the Dutch agt
"eight" and hoven
Means "alder branch", from Swedish al
"alder" and gren
Means "alder stream", from Swedish al
"alder" and ström
From place names like Aielli, Aiello Calabro, Aiello del Friuli, Aiello del Sabato and many others... [more]
From a place name: either Annesley in Nottinghamshire or Ansley in Warwickshire... [more]
Habitational name for someone who lived in a place named Ainsworth near Manchester, from the Old English given name Ægen
Originally denoted a person from Aieta, Italy, a place name derived from Greek aetos
Means "foreigner, non-Arab" from the Arabic 'ajam
Means "autumn mountain" from Japanese aki
"autumn" and yama
Literally means "white lineage" in Turkish, most likely used to denote one from a famous lineage.
From the name of the Spanish region Aragon, which was a medieval kingdom.
ALBAF Arabic, Turkish
Originally denoted a person from Baf, Turkey, more commonly known as Paphos.
From the Italian albero
meaning "tree" (ultimately from Latin arbor
), referring to someone who lived in the woods or someone who chopped trees.
From the name of a Basque town, meaning "slope".
Means either "son of Aldebrando" or "son of Altebrando", Germanic names, the first composed of alda
"wise" and brand
"burning sword" and the latter of alt
"old" and brand... [more]
Derived from the Italian given name Alduino
, from the Germanic name Aldwin
, composed of ald
"strong" and win
Originally denoted someone who was from the city of Alfaro, in La Rioja, Spain.
From the given name Adalferio
, Germanic in origin, composed of either adal
"noble" and fadan
"to travel" or adal
Means "son of Aliprando". The given name Aliprandus
was borne by a saint.
From the Russian verb alkat
"to wish, to be wished".
From a Scottish place name derived from alla
"wild" and mhagh
From an Italian nickname derived from allegro
meaning "quick, lively".
Derived from Hungarian alma
meaning "apple", so it perhaps originally referred to a person who harvested or sold apples.
Designated a person who had originally lived in one of several villages in Portugal called Almeida... [more]
Designated a person who was from a farm named Alserd or Alserda.
ALTHAUS German Next Page >
Means "dweller by or in the old house" from the German alt
"old" and Haus