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ACESTORGreek Mythology
Surname for Apollo.
ADAMESCURomanian
Patronymic from the given name Adam.
AGUZZIItalian
Comes from an ancient Roman cognomen, Acutus.
ALTERSGerman
Shortened form of Alterstein.
ALTERSTEINGerman
Means "old stone" in German.
ANDREASDOTTERSwedish (Rare)
Means "daughter of Andreas", this surname is only used by females.
ANGELLOTTIItalian
Comes from a pet form of Angelo, variant of Angelotti.
ANGELOTTIItalian
Comes from a pet form of Angelo.
ANSELMOItalian, Spanish
Comes from the personal name Anselmo, which is of Germanic origin (see Anselm). This was a distinctively Langobardic name, and was especially common in Lombardy in the Middle Ages.
APELTIAEnglish (Rare)
Comes from the word "appellation" referring to the Appellation Mountains.
ARRAGalician, Sicilian
Habitational name from a place in Galicia called Arra, this surname was also found in some parts of Sicily.
AVALLONEItalian
Topographic name for someone who lived in a deep valley.
BACHECHIItalian
Comes from the Tuscan-Italian personal name Baccio.
BALSAMGerman
Occupational name for a seller of spices and perfumes.
BALSANGerman
Variant of Balsam.
BALSONGerman
Variant of Balsam.
BARACzech
Comes from a reduced vernacular form of the Latin personal name Bartolomaeus, Polish, Bartlomiej, Czech Bartolomej, or possibly from a pet form of the personal name Barbara.
BARBEROSpanish
Spanish occupational name for a barber-surgeon (see Barber), Spanish barbero, from Late Latin barbarius, a derivative of barba ‘beard’ (Latin barba).
BEDNARZPolish
Occupational name for a cooper in Polish.
BEHRENDTGerman
Dutch and North German surname which is a variant of Behrend.
BELLETFrench
Comes from a derivative of bel ‘handsome’.
BELLUOMINIItalian
Variant and plural of Belluomo
BERTOCCHIItalian
Comes from a pet form of the personal name Berto.
BIESIADECKIPolish
Possible name for a person who came from Biesiadki or Biesiadka in Poland.
BILOTTIItalian
Variant of Bilotta and Bellotti, from a diminutive of Belli or Bello.
BINETTEFrench (Quebec)
Altered spelling of French Binet, a short form of Robinet, a pet form of Robert. The spelling reflects the French Canadian custom of pronouncing the final -t, which would be silent in metropolitan French.
BINETTIItalian
Comes from a diminutive of Bino. Italianized form of French 'Binet'. Habitational name from a place called Binetto (named with Latin vinetum ‘vineyard’) in Bari province.
BINIItalian
Comes from the given name Albino and other names ending with -bino ending.
BINOTTIItalian
Possibly a variant of Binetti, or a diminutive of Bino or Bini. Popular in the Marche region in Italy.
BINOWSKIPolish
Habitational name for someone from binowo or other places starting with binow in Poland.
BLEDSOEEnglish
Comes from a place in Gloucestershire called Bledisloe, comes from an Old English personal name Blið.
BOGDANOWICZPolish
Patronymic from the given name Bogdan.
BOGDANSKIPolish
Habitational name for a person from "Bogdanowo" or "Bogdanka" or any other places with Bogdan in it in Poland.
BOLEWSKIPolish
Comes from the given name Bolesław, also a name for a person who comes from Bolewice or other places starting with -Bolew in Poland.
BONANUNZIOItalian
Combination of bon which means 'good' + the given name Nunzio.
BONATTIItalian
Comes from the pesonal name 'Bona' which is derived from Latin 'bonus', which means 'great'.
BONGIOVANNIItalian
Comes from the personal name Giovanni composed of the elements bon ‘good’ + Giovanni, Italian equivalent of John
BONGIOVIItalian
Comes from the given name Giovi, combination of bon 'good' + Giovi.
BONJOVIItalian
Variant of Bongiovi, a famous bearer of this name is Jon Bon Jovi.
BORKOWSKIPolish, Jewish
Habitational name for someone from a place called Borki, Borkowice, or Borek, all named with Polish bór 'pine forest', or from Borków, which derives from the personal name Borek + the possessive suffix -ow.
BOROWICZPolish
Patronymic from a pet form of Borowy, or from Borzyslaw, Bolebor, or some other personal name formed with the element bor ‘to fight’.
BRANDISGerman, Jewish, Swiss
German & Swiss: Habitational name from a former Brandis castle in Emmental near Bern, Switzerland, or from any of the places so named in Saxony, Germany. A famous bearer of the name is Jonathan Brandis (1976-2003).... [more]
BROINItalian
Italian and French form of or comes from Brown.
BUKOVSKYRussian
Russian variant of Bukowski.
BURNETTEFrench
Descriptive nickname from Old French burnete ‘brown’ (see Burnett). Possibly also a reduced form of Buronet, from a diminutive of Old French buron ‘hut’, ‘shack’.
BUSCEMIItalian, Sicilian
Sicilian surname of Arabic origin coming from the town Buscemi in Syracuse province. The name possibly derives from Arab 'Abu Samah'.
BUSHEEnglish
Variant of Bush.
BZOWSKIPolish
Habitational name for someone who comes from the town of Bzowo in Poland.
CASTROGIOVANNIItalian
Habitational name from Castrogiovanni, the name until 1927 of Enna in central Sicily.
CHIAVETTAItalian
From Italian "chiavetta", deriving from chiave meaning key.
CONEIrish
Reduced form of McCone. Americanized spelling of North German Kohn or Köhn, or Kuhn.
CONTINOItalian
Diminutive of Italian Conte or Conti.
CORSONEnglish
Nickname from Old French 'corson', a diminutive of curt ‘short’
CRAGGScottish, Irish, English
Variant of Craig, from Middle English Crag.
CZESLAWOWICZPolish
Patronymic from the given name Czeslaw.
CZICAGIAPolish
Habitational name meaning someone who is from Chicago.
DANIELOPOULOSGreek
Means "son of Daniel".
DANKIEWICZPolish
From the Polish given name Daniel, using a nickname of the name Danusz.
DEFILIPPOItalian
The Italian surname De Filippo is a patronymic name created from the first name of a male ancestor. As a first name, it is derived from the Latin "Philippus,". This name is composed of the element "philos" which means "friend," and "hippos," meaning "horse.
DEGUTISLithuanian
Occupational name for a person who sold tar; from the Lithuanian word degutas meaning "tar".
DEGUTYTĖLithuanian
Feminine form for an unmarried woman or widow of the surname Degutis.
DELAROSASpanish
Means "of the rose" in Spanish.
DELVECCHIOItalian
Means of old age or of the old one, from Vecchio.
DEMARIAItalian
Metronymic from the female personal name Maria, or name for a devotee of the Virgin Mary.
DEREMERDutch
From an old personal name Terrimar, which is probably from Old High German dart ‘spear’ + mari ‘famous’
DEVITTIrish
Comes from McDevitt, means "son of David."
DIFANOItalian
Rare Italian surname that comes from the city of Isola di Fano, Presaro e Urbino, Italy.
DIVITAItalian
Derives from the word vita meaning "life".
DOMANCzech, Slovak, Polish
Derivative of the personal name Tomas, or Slavic, Polish name formed with 'doma' meaning home or domestic such as Domasław or Domarad, also shortened from the surname Domański.
DOMAŃSKIPolish
Habitational name for someone from Domanice or Domaniew, or various places named with Doman.
DOMEEnglish
Occupational name from the Old English root doma, dema ‘judge’, ‘arbiter’. Compare Dempster.
DOMINIAKPolish
Patronymic from the personal name Dominik.
DÖTTERGerman
From a Germanic personal name formed with theud ‘people’, ‘race’ + hard ‘hardy’, ‘strong’ or hari, heri ‘army’
DRAGPolish
Nickname for a tall, thin person.
FABIANIItalian
Patronymic or plural form of Fabiano, comes from the given name Fabian.
FABIANOItalian
Comes from the personal name Fabiano, a derivative of Fabian.
FARACISicilian
Patronymic from farace; deriving from Arab farag.
FARANOItalian, Sicilian
Possibly deriving from a town Faranò in province of Messina, Sicily. Possible variant of Surname faran which comes from Irish surnames Ó Fearáin, Ó Faracháin, or Ó Forannáin.
FARGOHungarian
Comes from the surname Vargo.
GANDHIIndian, Marathi, Gujarati, Hindi, Punjabi, Tamil
Means "perfume seller", derived from Sanskrit गन्ध (gandha) meaning "odour, fragrance, perfume". Notable bearers include Mahatma Mohandas Gandhi (1869-1948), an Indian civil rights and independence leader, and Indira Gandhi (1917-1984), the first female Prime Minister of India.
GARAHungarian
Variant of Garay.
GARAYHungarian
Habitational name for someone from a place called Gara.
GIERSCHGerman
German from the female personal name Gerusch or Gerisch, pet forms of Gertrud (see Trude), with the Slavic suffix -usch or -isch.
GIUNTOLIItalian
Comes from a derivative of Giunta.
GOKorean
Variant romanization of Ko.
GODINEnglish
Comes from the Germanic personal name Godin-, a pet form of any of various compound names beginning with god, got ‘god’. Compare Godbold, Goddard, and Godfrey.
GODÍNEZSpanish
Patronymic from the personal name Godino.
GOODSONEnglish
Nickname for a dutiful son, from Middle English gode ‘good’ + sone ‘son’.
GÓRAPolish
A Polish and Jewish name that means; ‘mountain’, ‘hill’, hence a topographic name for someone who lived on a hillside or in a mountainous district, or perhaps a nickname for a large person
GORGAItalian
Topographic name from Sicilian gorga, Catalan gorg(a) ‘place where water collects’, ‘mill pond’, ‘gorge’.
GORSKYRussian
Russian form of Gorski.
GÖSCHENGerman, North German
Patronymic from the German given name Gottschalk.
GOSHENJewish, Israeli
Variant of German Goschen.
GRADOWSKAPolish
Feminine for Gradowski, this surname is only used by females.
GWIZDALAPolish
Nickname for someone noted for his cheerful whistling, from a derivative of gwizdac ‘to whistle’.
HARTFORDEnglish
Habitational name from Hertford, or from either of two places called Hartford, in Cheshire and Cumbria; all are named with Old English heorot ‘hart’ + ford ‘ford’.
HERDDutch
Comes from Middle Dutch hert, herte ‘hart’, ‘stag’; probably a nickname for someone who was fleet of foot, or a habitational name for someone who lived at a house distinguished by the sign of a deer; variant of Heard.
HERSHKOWITZJewish
Patronymic from the personal name Hershke, a pet form of Hersh.
HINKELGerman
Nickname for a timid, fearful person, from dialect hinkel ‘chicken’
HINKELMANGerman
Elaborated variant of Hinkel, with the addition of Middle High German 'man'.
HINKLEAmerican
Americanized spelling of Dutch and German Hinkel. Variant spelling of English Hinckley.
IWANSKIPolish
From the given name Iwan.
JACOBOWITZJewish
Germanized spelling of a Slavic patronymic from the personal name Jacob.
JANCZAKPolish
Patronymic from the Polish given name Jan.
JANKIEWICZPolish
Patronymic of the personal name Jan.
JÁNOŠÍKSlovak
Comes from a pet form of the name Jan.
JANOWICZPolish
Means "son of Jan".
JAVORSKIPolish
Habitational name for someone from any of numerous places named Jawory or Jaworze, named with Polish jawor 'maple', 'sycamore'.
JAWOREKPolish
Most likely comes from the last name Javorski meaning someone from "Jawor".
JOHANNESDOTTERSwedish (Rare)
Means "daughter of Johannes". This surname is only used by females.
JOHANSDOTTERSwedish (Rare)
Means "daughter of Johan". This surname is only used by females.
KAMIŃSKAPolish
Feminine form of Kamiński.
KAZJewish
Variant of Katz.
KAŹMIERCZAKPolish
Patronymic derived from the given name Kazimierz.
KERSTEINGerman
Derived from -kirsch "cherry" and -stein "stone", variant of Kirstein.
KIRSCHGerman
Means 'cherry' in German, short form of Kirschstein or other surnames starting with Kirsch.
KIRSCHSTEINGerman
German surname meaning "cherry stone".
KIRSTEINGerman
Derivative of the Latin personal name Christianus, also an Americanized spelling of Kirschstein.
KIRSTENEnglish
English and modernized version of Kirstein
KLARERSTEINGerman
German surname meaning "Clear stone".
KNAUSGerman
Comes from Middle High German knuz ‘proud’, ‘arrogant’, ‘daring’, hence a nickname for a haughty person. In Württemberg knaus (and in Switzerland knus) also meant ‘gnarl’, hence a nickname for a short, fat, gnarled person; topographic name for someone living on a hillock, from knaus ‘hillock’ in the Swabian and Alemannic dialects of German
KNAUSSGerman
A variant of Knaus.
KNAVSSlovene
Slovenian form of Knaus, this was the maiden name of Donald Trump's wife, and current First Lady of the United States, Melania Trump.
KOLBGerman
Comes from Middle High German Kolbe.
KOLOPolish
A Polish surname for someone who was born in the area of Koło, Wielkopolskie, Poland
KOŁODZIEJCZAKPolish
From the Polish word kołodziej meaning ''wheelwright''.
KORALEWSKIPolish
Habitational name for someone from a place called Koralewo in Ciechanów voivodeship.
KOSTIUKPolish
Patronymic from a pet form of the personal name Konstanty
KOTWICAPolish
Comes from the Polish word kotwica meaning 'anchor'.
KOVÁČIKSlovak
Comes from a pet form of Kováč, 'smith'.
KUJAWSKIPolish
Regional name for someone from Kujawy (see Kujawa) or from a village called Kujawy, for example in Sielce voivodeship.
KURTZGerman
Variant of Kurz.
KURZGerman
Means short in German. Name for a person who was not very tall.
LAROSEItalian
Topographic name for someone who lived at a place where wild roses grew; or a habitational name from a town house bearing the sign of a rose. It may also have been a nickname for a man with a ‘rosy’ complexion, as well as a nickname of a soldier... [more]
LIBRIZZIItalian
Habitational name from Librizzi in Messina province, Sicily.
LICHEVSKYRussian
Russian form of Liszewski.
LOMENZOItalian
From Sicilian "menzo" meaning middle.
LORENCOVIČSlovak
Patronymic from the given name Lorencs or any other name relating to that.
ŁUKASZCZYKPolish
Patronymic from the Polish given name Łukasz.
MADERAPolish, Slovak, Hungarian
Ethnic name from an old word for a Hungarian (see Magyar).
MALECKIPolish
Habitational name for someone from places called Malki in the voivodeships of Ostroleka and Torun.
MANGANIrish
Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Mongáin ‘descendant of Mongán’, originally a byname for someone with a luxuriant head of hair (from mong ‘hair’, ‘mane’), borne by families from Connacht, County Limerick, and Tyrone... [more]
MANGANIItalian
Possibly an Italian variant of Mangan.
MAPLEEnglish
Name for a person who lived near a maple tree, from Middle English mapel, and Old English mapul.
MAPLESEnglish
Variant of Maple, probably a name for plural Maple, a famous bearer of this name is Marla Maples (1963-).
MARKESEnglish
Variant spelling of Marks.
MARKŪNASLithuanian
patronymic from the personal name Markus, a pet form of Mark.
MAYRCzech
Variant of Meyer.
MELINYDDWelsh (Archaic)
A byname meaning "miller."
MICHALOWSKIPolish
Habitational name from a place called Michalowice.
MICHALSKIPolish
Habitational name for someone from a place called Michale in Bydgoszcz voivodeship, or Michaly in Plock voivodeship; patronymic from personal name Michal.
MIKAHungarian, Polish
Comes from a pet form of a central and eastern European personal name equivalent to Nicholas
MIKOLAJCZYKPolish
From the personal name Mikołaj meaning "son of Mikołaj".
MISIEWICZPolish
Patronymic from Mis.
MŁODYCHOWIAKPolish
Habitational name for somebody who comes from the district of Młodych in Poland.
MOSCATIItalian
Possibly a variant of Moscato.
MOSCATOItalian
Variant of the personal name Muscato, also Americanized spelling of Greek Moskatos, a metonymic occupational name for a grower of muscat grapes.
MYSZKAPolish
Means 'mouse' in Polish.
NICKOWICZPolish
Patronymic of the personal name Nicholas.
NICKSONEnglish
Variant of Nixon, patronymic from the given name Nicholas.
NOWAKOWSKIPolish
Polish surname meaning "new fellow".
O'HARRAIrish
A variant of O'Hara.
ORSIItalian
Patronymic or plural form of Orso. It may also be an Italianized form of Slovenian Uršic, metronymic from the female personal name Urša, short form of Uršula (Latin Ursula), or a patronymic from the male personal name Urh, Slovenian vernacular form of Ulrik, German Udalrich
OWChinese
Variant of Ou.
PARTONEnglish
Habitational name from any of various places called Parton; most are named with Old English peretun ‘pear orchard’. A famous bearer of the surname is Dolly Parton.
PASINSKIPolish
Habitational name for someone from a place called Paszyn in Nowy Sacz voivodeship; also a pet form of Paweł.
PAULICKGerman
German (of Slavic origin) spelling of Pavlik, a Slavic derivative of Paul.
PAVELSlovak
Comes from the personal name Pavel.
PETRUŠKEVIČIUSLithuanian
Comes from the Lithuanian given name Petras.
PETRUŠKEVIČIŪTĖLithuanian
Feminine form of Petruškevičius. Used by an unmarried woman.
PIONKEGerman, Polish
Germanized form of Slavic Pinoek, which is a nickname from pionek ‘puppet’.
POLKAGerman (Slavic), Polish
Variant of German Polk, also a feminine form for the surname Polak, and comes from the given female name Apolonia.
POLSKIPolish, Jewish
Nickname for a Polish person, originating in areas of mixed populations.
PÖPPELSouth German, German
Comes from a pet form of the personal name Popp.
PRADLHungarian, German (Austrian)
Meaning unknown. Possibly originating somewhere in Hungary.
PRATEnglish
Variant of Pratt.
PRATLHungarian
Possible variant of Pradl.
PRATSCatalan
Habitational name from any of the numerous places in Catalonia called Prats, from the plural of prat ‘meadow’
PREÜSGerman
Variant spelling of Preüss.
PRZYBYLSKIPolish
A derivative of 'Przybyla', ‘new arrival’, ‘foundling’, with the addition of the surname suffix -ski.
PRZYSŁUGAKPolish
Comes from "przysługa" meaning "favor"
RETASpanish
Castilianized variant of Basque Erreta, a habitational name from a town called Erreta in Navarre, Basque Country
RIDGEWAYEnglish
Comes from Middle English 'riggewey', hence a topographic name for someone who lived by such a route or a habitational name from any of various places so named, for example in Cheshire, Derbyshire, Dorset, and Staffordshire.
RIDGWAYEnglish
Variant spelling of Ridgeway.
RIZZAItalian
Variant of Rizzo.
ROBERTSSENEnglish
English variant of Robertsson.
ROMANESCURomanian
Patronymic from the given name Roman.
ROMANOWPolish
Polish spelling of Russian Romanoff.
ROSELANDEnglish
Americanized form of Norwegian Røys(e)land; a habitational name from about 30 farmsteads, many in Agder, named from Old Norse reysi ‘heap of stones’ + land ‘land’, ‘farmstead’.
ROTSTEINGerman
German surname that means "red stone".
RYBINSKIPolish
Habitational name for someone from any of several places called 'Rybno'.
SCHELIGAPolish
Variant and more Americanized spelling of Szeliga.
SCILLATOItalian, Sicilian
Comes from the commune of Scillato in Sicily, Italy, southeast of Palermo.
SCORNAVACCHEItalian
Possibly deriving from Italian words scorno meaning shame, and vacca meaning cow. Sicilian variant of Scornavacca.
SEDLACKCzech (Anglicized)
Americanized spelling of Czech Sedlák (see also Sedlak).
SEESGerman
Variant of Seese.
SEESEGerman
Comes from a Germanic personal name, Sigizo, from a compound name formed with sigi ‘victory’ as the first element.
SHURGOTPolish, English (American)
Americanized spelling of Szurgot.
SIESZTRZEWITOWSKIPolish
A polish surname which is mostly used in Poland and polish area.
SIMONIItalian
Patronymic or plural form of Simone
SINATRAItalian
Comes from a personal name in Sicily and souther Calabria. The name was apparently in origin a nickname from Latin senator member of the Roman senate, Latin senatus, a derivative of senex ‘old’... [more]
SONIHindi
A Suryavanshi Khatri family, the surname originating from the Punjab region of India. In India the term caste creates a crucial distinction between Varna and Jāti, even though jati does not fit into any of the four varnas and is more often referred to as Sudras.
STANISŁAWSKIPolish
Coming from any of the towns Stanisławów, Stanisławice, etc.. in Poland.
STAWELSKIPolish
Comes from a combination of the two personal names Paweł and Stanley, "Staweł" with the suffix -ski
STEFANIAKCzech
Comes from the personal name Stefan.
STEFANOPOULOSGreek
Means "son of Stefan".
STEFANOWICZPolish
Means "son of Stefan".
STLOUISFrench
Habitational name from any of several places named with a religious dedication to a St. Louis.
SUSANEnglish
Comes from the female personal name Susanna, Susanne (Middle English), Susanna (Dutch), from Hebrew Shushannah ‘lily’, ‘lily of the valley’. Southern French: from Occitan susan ‘above’, ‘higher’, hence a topographic name for someone living at the top end of a village or on the side of a valley... [more]
SZCZEPANKIEWICZPolish
Patronymic from the given name Szczepan.
SZELIGAPolish
Habitational name from places called Szeliga or Szeligi. It is not clear whether there is any connection with the Polish vocabulary word szeliga ‘coat-of-arms’.
SZURGOTPolish
Nickname from szurgot ‘shuffling sound’
TISCHJewish, German
Metonymic occupational name for a joiner, from German "Tisch", Yiddish "tish" meaning table.
TOMASŻYPolish
Comes from the personal name Tomasz and any other name that relates to that name.
TOMCZAKPolish
Patronymic from Tomek, a pet form of the personal name Tomasz, or Thomas.
TOMCZYKPolish
Variant of Tomczak, also comes from the given name Tomasz (see Thomas)
TOMEKCzech
Comes from a pet form of the personal name Tomáš.
TROISEItalian
Possibly a regional name from Turgisius, Latin name of a Norman province of Sicily
TROISIItalian
Patronymic or plural form of Troise.
VARGOHungarian
Comes from the surname Varga.
VITKAUSKASLithuanian
Lithuanian variant of the surname Witkowski.
WALBRZYCHIAKPolish
Means a person who is from the city of Walbrzych in Poland.
WELBORNEnglish
Habitational name from Welborne in Norfolk, Welbourn in Lincolnshire, or Welburn in North Yorkshire, all named with Old English wella ‘spring’ + burna ‘stream’.
WEYEnglish
Variant of Way.
WIERCZOWOKOWSKIPolish
A polish surname that is not used anymore to often. It was common in Polish areas.
WOJCIKPolish
Comes from a diminutive of Wójt, a status name from Polish wójt village headman, a borrowing of German Vogt; also a pet form of the personal name Wojciech.
WOŹNIAKPolish, Jewish
Derivative or patronymic from the occupational or status term wozny ‘beadle’, ‘city official’.
YIANNOPOULOSGreek
Means son of Yianni, a famous bearer of this name is Milo Yiannopolous (1983-).
ZALINSKYPolish (Anglicized)
Americanized form of Zielinski, variant of Zielinsky.
ZANIItalian
Comes from the personal name Z(u)an(n)i, a northeastern (Venetian) form of Gianni (from Giovanni, Italian equivalent of John). Zani or Zanni is a comic figure in the Commedia del’Arte, and the surname may be a nickname derived from this use, which is also the origin of the English word zany.
ZANOTTIItalian
Comes from a pet form of Zani.
ZELNÍČEKCzech
Czech form of Zelnick.
ZELNICKJewish
Occupational name for a tax collecter, comes from Yiddish tselnik which means haberdashery.
ZELNÍČKOVÁCzech
Feminine form of Zelníček, this is the maiden name of Donald J. Trump's first wife, Ivana Zelníčková Trump.
ZGŁOBIEŃIAKPolish
Habitational name for somebody who comes from the village of Zgłobień in Poland.
ZIELIŃSKAPolish
Feminine form of Zieliński, this name is only used by females in Poland.
ZIELINSKYPolish, Russian
Russian form and variant of Zielinski.
ZIELSDORFGerman
Habitational name from an unidentified place, perhaps Ziersdorf in Lower Austria.
ŽILINSKASLithuanian
Lithuanian form of Zieliński.
ŽILINSKIENĖLithuanian
Feminine form of Žilinskas, name for a married woman or widow with the name.
ZUMPANOItalian
Comes from the town Zumpano in the province Cosenza in Calabria Italy.
ZYGMUNTOWICZPolish
Patronymic from the personal name Zygmunt.
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