Means "door, gate", a topographic name for a person who lived near the gates of the town.
From an adjectival derivative of Puglia, from Latin Apulia
, a region of southeast Italy containing the boot heel and some of the coastline of the Adriatic Sea. It is a regional name for someone from that region.
Derived from the medieval status name purkrabí
meaning "burgrave". It is derived from German Burggraf
meaning "castle count".
From Old French pourcel
"piglet", from Latin porcellus
, a derivative of porcus
"pig". This was a nickname or an occupational name for a swineherd.
Occupational name for a gunsmith or cannon maker, from Hungarian puska
meaning "gun" (from German, itself from Latin buxis
From Hungarian puszta
meaning "plain, steppe". The name was given to someone living on a plain.
, the name of towns in Hertfordshire and Surrey in England, which mean "Putta's homestead".