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Denoted a person from Adrichem, the Netherlands, which means "Adrik's home".
Nickname for someone very devoted or someone wearing a Benedictian amulet called an agnusdei
(which means "lamb of God" in Latin).
Denoted a person from Agthoven, the Netherlands, which means "eight gardens" from the Dutch agt
"eight" and hoven
Means "alder stream", from Swedish al
"alder" and ström
Means "dweller by the white hill, or dry land", this is found in many a place name in Spain such as Albarado, Castile.
AMIRMOEZ Iranian, Arabic
Means "protected prince, commander", derived from the elements amir
"prince, commander" and moez, muaz
Means "at the end (of the road, village)" from the Dutch phrase an gen ent
Means "dweller by or at the apple garden", from appel
Denoted a person from Arendonk, a town between Antwerp and Turnhout in Belgium... [more]
From a place name in Lancashire meaning "ash enclosure" in Old English.
Means "dweller at the water" from the Middle English at, atte
"at" and wæter
From the place name Averesch, possibly composed of haver
, meaning "oat farm land"... [more]
Composed of avest
which possibly mean "forest edge farm".
Habitational name derived from any of various places called Bancroft, derived from Old English bean
, meaning "beans" and croft
, meaning "paddock, smallholding".
Means "glassmaker" from bardak
, the Turkish word for "glass".
From the name a village lying between Ashton-under-Lyne and Oldham, in the County of Lancashire, England... [more]
Derived from the Latin name Baptista
, which referred to John the Baptist.
From a French place name which meant "beautiful place".
Means "son of Benenato", given name derived from bene
meaning "born good".
meaning "flower" and gren
meaning "branch", thus "flowering branch".
Venetian regional surname derived from the name of the town of Bondeno, near the well known city of Ferrara, belonging to the district of Rovigo.
Name for a man who was associated with a both
, Middle English meaning "hut".
From nickname derived from the Piedmontese dialect word borgno
meaning "blind in one eye" or "squinting"... [more]
Occupational name meaning "cooper (barrel maker)" in German.
Derived from a place name which meant "broad ford" in Old English.
Most likely means "brief man". Its origin can be traced back to Israel.
Refers to a person who cleared land, from old French briser
"to cut" and bois
Means "a bread baker" from Middle High German brot
Of Anglo-Saxon origin and is of two parts, brown
(descriptive) and lowe
Means "beech wood" from German Buch
"beech" and Holz
Name for someone who lived in a place called Bukowo
or others that began with buk
Habitational name for someone from Cantrell in Devon, from an unknown first element and the Old English hyll
, meaning "hill".
Originally indicated a person from Castile (Castilla
in Spanish), a region (and ancient kingdom) in Spain... [more]
Derived from a place name meaning "dairy farm belonging to CHAD
" in Old English.
Occupational surname meaning "candle seller" or "candle maker" in Middle English, ultimately derived from Old French.
Means "leather worker" in Persian, from charm
"leather" combined with chi
, denoting an occupation.
From Old French castan
"chestnut tree" (Latin castanea
), hence a topographic name for someone living near a particular chestnut tree or group of them, or possibly a nickname for someone with chestnut-coloured hair... [more]
Patronymic name used in Bulgaria, but derived from the Turkish word chilik
Derived from a place name which meant "ford by a cliff" in Old English.
From the Irish Ó Conghaile
, which means "descendent of the valourous".
From Ó Corcrain
meaning "descendent of Corcran", a given name derived from the Gaelic word corcair
From a place name derived from Old English crawa
"crow" and ford
Locative surname coming from names of places like Crocette
, in which the main word is croce
Originally indicated a person from Daal or Dalen, which is a small town in the province of Drente in the Netherlands... [more]
From the Old Norse words dal
meaning "valley" and gaard
meaning "yard or farmstead".
Originally denoted one who came from Aramits, a town in the French Pyrenees Mountains named for the abbey it grew around.
From Gaelic Ó Eidirsceóil
meaning "descendent of the messenger".
From the fields, or countryside, from the French champs
Derived from Dunaj
, the Polish name for the river Danube.
From German eck
meaning "corner" and stein
Means "a person who lives close to a church" from Basque eleiza
"church" and ondo
ESPINOSA Spanish, Jewish
From the Spanish espinoso
, meaning "thorny", ultimately from Latin spîna
, respectively meaning "spine" and "full of spines, spiny"... [more]
Means "exposed" in Italian and denoted a child who was rescued after being abandoned by its parents.
From a place name which meant "fern stream", from Old English fearn
"fern" and burna
FERREIRA (2) Portuguese
Denoted one from a town named because it was near an iron mine, from ferrum
the Latin word for "iron".
Means "fletcher", someone who attaches feather flights to the shaft of an arrow... [more]
Denoted a keeper or one in charge of a forest, or one who has charge of growing timber in a forest (see FOREST
From a nickname meaning "Frenchman". It is typical of the area of Naples.
Means "base of Mount Fuji" from fuji
for the famous mountain called Mount Fuji and moto
GARDENER (2) English
Possibly derived from the Saxon words gar
meaning "a weapon", and dyn
meaning "sound, alarm", combined with the termination er
Originally denoted a person from Gárdony, a town near Budapest in Hungary.
From an old given name or nickname, documented in Genoa in 1157 as Garofalus
from a regional variant garofalo
(see the Italian word garofano
From the German geiss
meaning "goat" and the suffix ler
signifying an occupation, thus "goat-herder".
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From the name of one of the most important Italian cities Genova (Genoa).