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AGATE     English (British)
From Middle English gate, meaning a "gate" or "street", denoting a person who lived near a major city gate or street.
ALBEE     Scottish
Means either "son of the blond one" or "son of Alpin".
BEEDEN     English (British)
Probably means "from Beeden", a village near Newbury in Berkshire. Ultimately coming from either Old English byden, meaning "shallow valley", or from the pre 7th century personal name Bucge with the suffix dun, meaning "hill of Bucge".
BIDEN     English (British)
Variant of Beeden.
BREINES     Yiddish
From the German braun "brown".
EMMERLY     English
From the given name Amalric.
HOLLIMAN     English
Possibly means "holly man"
OLMSTEAD     English (British)
Comes from the Old French ermite "hermit" and Old English stede "place".... [more]
PANCEK     Yiddish
Variant of Penzig.
PINCKNEY     English
The surname Pinckney originally denoted someone from Picquigny, France, which derives from a Germanic personal name, Pincino (of obscure derivation) and the Latin locative suffix -acum... [more]
QUERCIA     Italian (Rare)
From the Latin quercus "oak".
SHELDON     English
From an Old English place name meaning "valley with steep sides".
SISSELMAN     Yiddish
Possibly from German meaning "sweet man"
SPITZ     German, Yiddish
From the German spitz "point", referring to a person who lives near a pointy hill or a field that is pointed at one end.
STUKELEY     English
From a surname meaning "woodland clearing with tree stumps" in Old English.
STUKELY     English
Possibly meaning "stucco" or "stuck".
TANGERINE     English
Possibly means "from Tangier".
TERRACE     Scottish
Possibly means "from Tarras", a place in Morayshire, Scotland.
XYLANDER     German (Rare)
Modern coinage, derived from Greek ξυλον (xylon) "wood, forest" combined with Greek ανδρος (andros) "of a man". The latter element is the genitive of Greek ανηρ (aner) "man"... [more]
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