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Means "son of Aaij", a short form of several names, for example ADRIAAN
Derived from the Latin given name Abandonato
which means "forsaken".
Derived from the Latin given name Abellio
which was the name of a Pyrenean god in the Roman times.
Means "son of Acconcio", from the Latin name Acconcius
Means "son of Accorso", from the medieval name (Bon)accurso
meaning "(good) aid".
Means "son of Accoso", from the Latin name Accosius
Derived from any of the many Germanic given names that began with the element adal
Either from place names like Baraggia
or variants, or more plausibly from the Germanic name Aggiuo
Habitational name for someone who lived in a place named Ainsworth near Manchester, from the Old English given name Ægen
Literally means "white lineage" in Turkish, most likely used to denote one from a famous lineage.
Means either "son of Aldebrando" or "son of Altebrando", Germanic names, the first composed of alda
"wise" and brand
"burning sword" and the latter of alt
"old" and brand
Derived from the Italian given name Alduino
, from the Germanic name Aldwin
, composed of ald
"strong" and win
From the given name Adalferio
, Germanic in origin, composed of either adal
"noble" and fadan
"to travel" or adal
Means "son of Aliprando". The given name Aliprandus
was borne by a saint.
Derived from the Anglo-Saxon given name Ælfwig
meaning "elf battle".
From the Latin name Amellus
, coming from the name of a flower.
Means "son of Teoda". The given name Teoda
is of uncertain meaning.
AQUINO Spanish, Italian
From the name of an Italian town near Rome: Aquino, the native town of San Tommaso d'Aquino (Saint Thomas Aquinas)... [more]
Means "son of Arnolfo" from the given name Arnolfus
, probably Germanic.
ARNONI Italian Next Page >
Means "son of Arnone" from the medieval name Arnone