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Means "son of Aaij", a short form of several names, for example ADRIAAN
Denotes a person who came from a place called Aaldenberg
, which perhaps meant "old mountain".
Denotes a person who hailed from a place of this name in the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium.
Denoted a person who lived in or by a house in Oegstgeest, South Holland, called Abtspoel
Denoted a person hailing from one of the various farms that bore this name in and around Holland... [more]
Derived from any of the many Germanic given names that began with the element adal
Denoted a person from Adrichem, the Netherlands, which means "Adrik's home".
Denoted a person from Agthoven, the Netherlands, which means "eight gardens" from the Dutch agt
"eight" and hoven
Means "at the end (of the road, village)" from the Dutch phrase an gen ent
Originally denoted a person from Anholt, the Netherlands, meaning "hold still" (a place where people could rest for the night) from the Dutch word anholt
Either means "anchor" or denotes a person hailing from Anker, the Netherlands.
Means "dweller next to the little field" from the Dutch aan't veldink
Means "dweller by or at the apple garden", from appel
Indicated a person who was from place called Apperloo.
Denoted a person from Arendonk, a town between Antwerp and Turnhout in Belgium... [more]
Possibly from a place called Assenberg, composed of essen
, meaning "ash mountain".
From the name of a place called Assendorp, composed of essen
, meaning "ash tree village".
From the place name Averesch, possibly composed of haver
, meaning "oat farm land"... [more]
Composed of avest
which possibly mean "forest edge farm".
From the given name Baak
, a short form of names starting with badu-
From a place name, possibly from Baard's wijk
where the given name Baard
is from BERT
means "living place".
Means "boss, overseer" referring to a profession.
Originally Von Bunschoten
, indicating a person from the town of Bunschoten in Holland.
BOOTSMA Dutch, Frisian
Occupational surname meaning "boatman", derived from the Dutch word boot
Derived from the name of the region of Brabant in the Netherlands.
From the Dutch occupation of kuiper
, which means "cooper" or "barrelmaker".
Originally indicated a person from Daal or Dalen, which is a small town in the province of Drente in the Netherlands.
From a nickname meaning meaning "dove".
Means "turner" in Dutch, an occupational name for one who turned wood to create things like ornate chair legs.
From the Dutch word for "oak tree", eik
meaning "oak" and boom
Derived from the (male) given name Erk
, which means "ruler of the law".
From the Germanic given name Gozzo
, derived from the element god
"good" or got
Occupational name meaning "pedlar" in Dutch.
Elaboration of heer
which means "lord" or "gentleman" in Dutch, or a patronymic from Heer
, a short form of names that start with the element heri
which means "army", such as HEREWARD
From the old profession of hoedemaker
, the person who made hoeden
, singular hoed
, meaning "hat" in Dutch.
Medieval surname which no longer exists in this spelling today, it means "son of a joncker"... [more]
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Derived from Middle Dutch jonchêre
meaning "young lord", it originally was a medieval noble designation (never an actual noble title) for a young nobleman... [more]