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Means "cow" in Italian, and originally denoted a person who worked with cattle.
Means "son of Valdo", which is derived from the Germanic element bald
VAN ACHTHOVEN Dutch
Denotes a person hailing from any of the various places bearing the name Achthoven
VAN AGGELEN Dutch
Means "from Aggelen", the place Aggelen could be Achel in the Belgian province Limburg or Echel in the Dutch province Limburg.
VAN AGTEREN Dutch
Means "from behind", probably referring to a place behind something, like a church or other building or a place at the end of the road.
Means "dweller by a fen, marsh" from the Old English fenn
VAN DER AART Dutch
Means "from the earth", perhaps referring to an earth bank or a farmer.
VAN DER BERG Dutch
Means "from the mountain" in Dutch, van
meaning "from", der
meaning "the", berg
meaning "mountain"... [more]
VAN DER STOEP Dutch
is the slope up to a dike, so the name originates from people living near such an entrance, since van der
VANG (1) Norwegian
Place or occupational name for a person who lived or worked on a farm, from Old Norse vangr
VAN MIDDELBURG Dutch
Place name for someone from various places called Middelburg in the Netherlands.
VANN (2) Dutch, German
Means "dweller by a water (a freshwater lake)" from the Middle High German vann
Locative surname, derived from one of the many towns of this name in Italy.
VARGAS Spanish, Portuguese
Topographic name meaning "hut", "slope", or "pastureland" in Spanish and Portuguese dialects.
Derived from the old Hungarian term vass
meaning "iron", referring to a worker in iron, a miner of iron core or a vendor of goods so manufactured... [more]
Means "(dweller in a) meadow", from the Spanish vega
VELA (1) Spanish
Derived from a medieval given name Vela
which was a reduced form of the Germanic name Vigila
which is derived from the element wig
VENETIANER German, Italian, Jewish
Probably one of the few surnames with an unique known ancestor - Alexsandor Vinazie, a Jewish man who possibly emigrated from Venice to the town of Liptovsky Mikulas in a region which today is known as the Slovak Republic... [more]
From the name of a historical Italian city, Ventimiglia, now near the French border.
means "from the" and hoeve
means "farm", so the name means "from the farm".
From a nickname meaning "truth", perhaps given originally to a truthful person.
Belgian and Dutch Flemish surname meaning "dweller by the mill".
Locational name in the Eure region of Normandy, from the Gaulish element vern
"alder (tree)" with the genitive case maker -onis
making it "place of the alders".
From the name of the city of Verona, one of the most important historical cities of northern Italy.
From the Dutch occupation of verver
, which is "painter" in English.
The surname Vesela means "happy" or "cheerful". It is of Moravian origin.
From the name of many villages in Italy, their names all derived from Latin vicus
From the province of Catalonia in Spain, and means "little rustic cabin"... [more]
Denoted a person from Villalobos, a city in Spain which derives its name from Spanish villa
"town" and lobo
Means "(dweller in a) new settlement" from the Spanish villa
"settlement" and nueva
Place name meaning "green farm", from villa
"farm, settlement" and verde
Means "(dweller in a) new settlement" from French ville
"settlement" and neuve
VINCENT (2) Irish
Name adopted by the Irish as an English equivalent of Gaelic Mac Dhuibhinse
"son of the dark man of the island".
VINCI (1) Italian
From the given name VINCENTE
, or from other old compound names that began with Vinci-
, such as Vinciguerra
, or Vincimala
VINCI (2) Italian
Locative surname from Vinci near Florence, the native village of Leonardo da Vinci.
Means "may you live" from the Latin, Catalan and Spanish expression vivas
which was bestowed upon children to bring good luck.
Means "little wolf" from the Slavic word vlk
Alteration of the name Vauclain
, which is a variant of Vauquelin
, possibly derived from the Norman-French name Walkelin
, meaning "the son of Wakling" or "the wealthy one".
From the Middle High German occupational name voget, vogt, voit
meaning "overseer, bailiff, lawyer".
Derived from given names that began with the Germanic element folk
From the Old Norse word völlr
(see VOLL (1)
), originally given to someone who lived near a farmstead.
VON BRANDT German
Means "(dweller in an) area cleared by fire" from the Middle High German brant
VON GRIMMELSHAUSEN German
Means "from Grimmel's houses", from von
meaning "from"; Grimmel
, a name or place, alternatively a word of uncertain meaning; and hausen
, the plural of the word for "house".
Possibly means "(dweller by the) good hunting track" from the Germanic vonn
"hunting track" and gut
Means "red" in Hungarian, referring to a person with red hair or face.
From the given name Vos
, which comes from the Frisian name Fos
, which is from Old Germanic given names beginning with the element folk
VROOM Dutch, Flemish
Derived from the given name Frumoldus
, which comes from Old German fruma-walda
, which means "benefit" and "ruler with advantage".
From the Czech word vrabec
"sparrow" which in the Silesian dialect was transformed into the form Vrubel