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From a nickname tàfano
meaning "gadfly", indicating an annoying person.
Means "(dweller in the) back", probably denoting someone who lived in a remote area, from the Finnish taka
Means "(dweller in the) middle of rice fields", from ta
"rice field", and naka
Means "from Tange, Oldenburg" or "(dweller on) a sandy ridge between moors" from the Middle High German tange
Originally derived from the occupation of the same name - a person who tanned animal hides.
In Spanish Tapia means "protective wall" like the kind built to protect castles in medieval times.
Derived from the word tar
that means "bald" in Hungarian.
Locational name that designates those who came from Taranto, a city in southeast Italy... [more]
From Middle English at asche
"at the ash tree".
Means "maker or seller of purses and bags" or a nickname for a miser or rich man from the Old French tasse
Derived from the Old English given name Tata
, of unknown meaning.
From the locational name Tatham
which come from the 7th-century given name Tata
From a place name Taverna, common in different parts of Italy.
Derived from Old French tailleur
, meaning "tailor", ultimately from Latin taliare
Means "teal, duck" from the Middle English tele
Means "from Terrazas, Burgos", the place name Terrazas
Probably derived from the Norman French nickname tirel
"to pull", referring to a stubborn person.
Occupational surname meaning "weaver", ultimately from Latin texarius
From a nickname meaning "devil", given to a mischievous person or one who is devil-like.
Refers to a person who thatches roofs by attaching straw to them.
Means "dweller in a forest clearing, fenced off enclosure or low meadows" from the Old Norse Þveit
Given to one who came from town of Tipton (which means "town of Tibba").
From the river name Tisza
, Hungary's second largest river.
Means "fox", derived from Middle English todde
Denotes a person hailing from one of the many places in Britain of that name.
Derived from the Old Finnish given name Toivo
TOLBERT English, French
Derived from a continental Germanic given name of unknown meaning, the second element of the name is derived from berht
meaning "bright, famous".
Derived from the name of the city of Toledo, during the banishing of the Jews of Spain into Morroco and Africa, they kept their last names which signify the city of origin in Spain.
Occupational name meaning "tax gatherer" from the Middle English toll
Derived from the Old Norse given name Tófi
which was a diminutive of any name that began with the element Þórr
referring to the god THOR
Means "clean-shaven", usually denoting a younger man, from the Latin tonsus
From a nickname indicating a "stubborn person".
Derived from tót
that is a nickname for Slovaks in Hungary.
TRAVERS English, French
From an English and French place name that described a person who lived near a bridge or ford, or occasionally as an occupational name for the collector of tolls at such a location... [more]
Derived from an old French place name which meant "aspen".
Originally from a place name meaning "big village" from Welsh tref
"village" and mawr
From a nickname meaning "loyal" (Old Norse triggr
Topographic name for someone who lived by a step or flight of steps, from Middle High German trit
From the place name Trucco (near Genoa) or Trucco di Miola (near Turin)... [more]
Derives from the Sardinian tordo
and it means "thrush", a bird.
Means "from Trujillo (Cáceres), Trujillo (Seville), Spain".
Means "strong neighbour, peasant" from the German trum
"strong" and bauer
Derived from a Slavic given name of unknown origin.
Derived from Old English tucian
meaning "one who fulls cloth".
Means "(dweller by) a clump of trees or bushes" from the Middle English tufte, tuffe
Means "rammer (one who beat and rammed with rammers)" from the word tups
Occupational name meaning "one who works with a lathe".
Occupational name meaning "tiler of roofs", from Old English tigele
TYSON (1) English
Derived from a nickname for a quarrelsome person, from Old French tison