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Name for someone who lived in any of the various places in Biscay and Araba called Zabala, which is derived from the Basque zabal
, meaning "large" or "broad" and a
, the definite article.
Probably means "dweller by the shallow water" from the Greek zabatos, diabatos
meaning "fordable, crossable".
Means "little tooth" from the Polish zab
and the diminutive suffix -ek
ZAMBRANO (1) Spanish
Derived from a habitational name for someone "from Zamora", or a habitational name for someone of Zambrana, a town in the Araba province in Basque Country.
ZAMBRANO (2) Italian
Though of uncertain derivation, it may be based on Zammarano, a habitational name for someone from Zammaro, part of San Gregorio d'Ippona in Vibe Valentia province.
Means "a person from Zamora", Zamora
being the name of both a province in Spain and its capital city.
Means "(son of) a shoemaker" from the Medieval Greek tsangaris
Means "hoe, mattock" from the Italian zappa
, probably denoting an agricultural worker... [more]
Derived from the Old Polish given name Zawisza
which may mean "jealous".
From the name of the historic state of 趙
, in Shanxi province in China... [more]
From a diminutive of Polish ziec
which means "son-in-law".
From the word zima
, which means "winter" in Czech.
Assigned to families migrating via Ellis Island in the early part of the 20th century... [more]
ZIMMERMANN German, Jewish
From the German word for "carpenter", derived from Middle High German zimber
"timber, wood" and mann
Derived from the given name Zino
, a nickname for many names ending with -zino
, for example Bonifazzino
Occupational name of a dealer in rye of a baker of rye bread, from žito
Occupational name for a dealer in grain or a baker, from žíto
Derived from Basque zuin
"cultivated field", iga