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Derived from Hungarian alma
meaning "apple", so it perhaps originally referred to a person who harvested or sold apples.
Derived from the vocabulary word barát
meaning "friend" in Hungarian.
Originally denoted someone living near the Bodrog, a river in the northeastern part of Hungary.
Means "chipped, jagged" in Hungarian. It possibly originates from a nickname.
Derived from the word daliás
meaning "imposing, virile" in Hungarian.
Means "white" in Hungarian, originally referring to a person with white hair or complexion.
From the old Hungarian word fodor
meaning "curly haired".
Derived from Gál
, the shortened form of the given name Gálos
, which is an old Hungarian form of GALLUS
Originally denoted a person from Gárdony, a town near Budapest in Hungary.
Means "hackle, hatchel" in Hungarian (a hackle is a tool used to comb out fibers).
GRANER German, Hungarian
Meaning "of Gran", Gran being the German name for Esztergom, a small city in northern Hungary.
Means "cooper" in Hungarian (that is, a person who made or repaired wooden barrels).
Occupational surname that originated from the vocabulary word kalmár
meaning "merchant, trader, trafficker" in Hungarian.
Derived from the Hungarian name of the Carpathian mountains, Kárpátok
Meaning "wheel-maker, wheeler" from the word kerék
meaning "wheel" in Hungarian.
Means "king" in Hungarian. This was a nickname for a person who acted kingly.
From the word kóbor
meaning "wanderer, ranger" in Hungarian.
Means "minstrel, bard" from the Hungarian word lant
Derived from the Hungarian village named Meggyesfalva
, literally meaning "cherry village" from e meggy
"cherry" and falu
From a nickname meaning "big" or "great" in Hungarian, referring to one's characteristics... [more]
Indicated someone from Nyitra, a historic administrative county of Hungary (now situated in Slovakia).
Derived from the vocabulary word patak
, which means "creek, brook" in Hungarian... [more]
Occupational name meaning "gunsmith", from the word puska
meaning "gun" in Hungarian.
, a word meaning "blackbird" in Hungarian.
Originally indicated someone from Sárköz
, Sárköz being a region of Hungary.
Means "tailor" in Hungarian. It is a rather frequent name in Hungary.
Means "ploughman, tiller" in Hungarian. The name was given to farmers.
Denoted a person who hailed from the Székely people: Hungarians who lived in Romania.
From the river name Tisza, Hungary's second largest river.
Derived from tót
, a nickname for Slovaks in Hungary.
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 "red" in Hungarian, referring to a person with red hair or face.