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Habitational name for someone from any of several places called Kochendorf, in Württemberg, Schleswig-Holstein, and Bohemia.
KÖCHER     German
It literally means "quiver".
KOČÍ     Czech
Kočí means "driver".
KOCIOŁEK     Polish
It literally means "small kettle".
KOCULI     Albanian
From a place name Kocul in Albania.
KOCUR     Ukrainian
means "tom cat" or "male cat"
KODAIRA     Japanese
Ko ("Small") + Daira ("Peace"). Nao Kodaira is a Japanese long track speed skater. It can also be pronounced "Kohira".
KODAK     ?
KOEHNLINE     German
Believed to be a form of the German name Köhnlein used by people who moved to America from Germany sometime during the 1800s.
KOELL     Upper German (Rare)
(Koell) named used when came1880s to 1905 in America changed to( Kohl)... [more]
KOELSCH     German
German from the adjective kölsch, denoting someone from Cologne (German Köln).
KOEN     Jewish
A variant of Cohen
Associated with the Polish, then Prussian, then German, now Russian town Königsberg.
KOERNER     German
Koerner is an occupational name for a grain merchant or possibly an administrator of a granary. ... [more]
KOETSIER     Dutch
"Coachman, Coachdriver"... [more]
Meaning unknown.
KOGANE     Japanese (Rare)
This surname is used as 黄金, 小金, 古金, 子金, 故金 or 小賀根 with 黄 (ou, kou, ki, ko-) meaning "yellow", 小 (shou, o-, ko-, sa-, chii.sai) meaning "little, small", 古 (ko, furu-, furu.i, -fu.rusu) meaning "old", 子 (shi, su, tsu, ko, -ko, -ne) meaning "child, sign of the rat (1st sign of Chinese zodiac", 故 (ko, furu.i, moto, yue) meaning "cause, circumstances, consequently, especially, happenstance, intentionally, reason, the late, therefore", 賀 (ga) meaning "congratulations, joy", 根 (kon, ne, -ne) meaning "head (pimple), radical, root" and 金 (kin, kon, gon, kana-, kane, -gane) meaning "gold."... [more]
KOHARA     Japanese
From Japanese 小 (ko) meaning "small" and 原 (hara) meaning "field, plain".
KOHIRA     Japanese
The same as Kodaira. Naonori Kohira is a Japanese photojournalist and media producer.
KOHLHAAS     German
Apparently a nickname from Middle Low German kōlhase, literally "cabbage rabbit".
KÖHN     German
From the given name KÖHN.
KOHN     Jewish
Variant of COHEN.
KOHR     German
1. occupational name for a guard or watchman on a tower, Middle Low German kure.... [more]
KOHVAKKA     Finnish
from the Finnish root word Kohva - meaning ice crust, frozen slush, or something hard... [more]
KOIDE     Japanese
From the Japanese 小 (ko) "small" and 出 (ide or de) "rising."
KOIGAKUBO     Japanese
The kanji used for this is , Koi ("Love") + Ga (a language particle) + Ku ("Long Time") + Bo ("Guarantee, Protect"). This is possibly a rare surname, although a few (if not less) fictional characters possesses this family name... [more]
KOIKE     Japanese
From the Japanese 小 (ko) "small" and 池 (ike) "pond."
KOIREE     Indian
Denotes "weaver" in Hindi.
KÕIV     Estonian
Kõiv is an Estonian surname which means "birch" in Võro, a dialect of Estonian.... [more]
KOIVISTO     Finnish
From "koivu" meaning "birch tree". A place with lot of birches.
KOIWAI     Japanese, Pop Culture
Ko ("Small") + Iwa ("Stone") + I ("Well"). Fictional characters I've heard of have this last name. Yotsuba from the manga Yotsuba&! and Yoshino Koiwai from "Masamune-kun's Revenge" are examples of this.
Derived from the forename Kojadin.
KOJANOVIĆ     Serbian, Croatian
Derived from the forename Koja.
KOJIĆ     Serbian
Derived from the forename Koja.
KOJIMA     Japanese
'Small island'; mostly found along the coast between Tōkyō and Kyōto and in the Ryūkyū Islands; an alternate reading found farther east is Ojima. Another Kojima with a different first character but similar meaning is found in western Japan.
KOJOVIĆ     Serbian
Derived from the forename Koja.
KOK     Dutch
It is a Dutch occupational surname, meaning cook.
KOKAWA     Japanese
This is the same thing as Ogawa.
KOKI     Japanese
This surname combines 古 (ko, furu-, furu.i, -fu.rusu) meaning "old" or 小 (shou, o-, ko-, sa-, chii.sai) meaning "little, small" with 木 (boku, moku, ki, ko-) meaning "tree, wood."
KOKOSZKA     Polish
Nickname for a fussy or broody person, from kokoszka "laying hen".
This indicates familial origin within the Masovian village of Kołaków.
KOLANDER     German
Variant of KALANDER.
KOLARAC     Croatian
Derived from Kolar.
KOLAREC     Croatian
Derived from Kolar.
KOLAREK     Croatian
Derived from Kolar.
KOLAREVIĆ     Croatian
Derived from Kolar.
KOLARIĆ     Croatian
Derived from Kolar.
KOLARIN     Croatian
Derived from Kolar.
KOLB     German
Comes from Middle High German Kolbe.
KOLDEN     German, Norwegian
From Middle Low German kolt, kolde ‘cold’, a nickname for an unfriendly person; alternatively, it may be a habitational name, a shortened form of Koldenhof ‘cold farm’ in Mecklenburg (standardized form: Kaltenhof, a frequent place name in northern Germany, East Prussia, Bavaria, and Württemberg).Norwegian: habitational name from a farm called Kolden, from Old Norse kollr ‘rounded mountain top’.
KOLESAR     Czech (Modern, Rare), German (Modern, Rare), German (Austrian, Modern, Rare)
Means either 'wheelwright' or 'coleminer' depending on the region.
KOLESNIKOV     Russian
Means "son of the wheelwright", from Russian колесо (koleso) meaning "wheel".
KOLK     Dutch
"Kolk is Dutch for either whirlpool or canyon. Probably the name refers to wild water."
KOLKMANN     German
Kolk is an old German word that means '' man who lives by the river'' and Mann is German for 'man'. The name Kolkmann comes from a man who lived by the North Rhine.
KOLLÁR     Slovak, Hungarian
Variant of Kolar.
KOLLAR     German
Derived from the kolar "cartwright".
KOLO     Polish
A Polish surname for someone who was born in the area of Koło, Wielkopolskie, Poland
From the Polish word kołodziej meaning ''wheelwright''.
Notable bearer of this name is ... [more]
KÖLSCH     German
From German kölsch, denoting someone from Cologne (Köln in German).
KOMATI     Indian, Telugu
It is a Telugu name, denoting "trader".
KOMATSU     Japanese
Ko usually means "Small",but on the contrary the kanji used for "Ko" in certain surnames can strangely be "Big,Great". See Daisuke or Tai for the kanji sometimes used. Matsu means "Pine Tree".
KOMATSUZAKI     Japanese (Rare)
Ko ("Small") + Matsu ("Pine Tree") + Zaki ("Peninsula, Cape"). This is a uncommon name, but it has kanji that 90% of Japanese family names have.
KOMISIN     Cuman
Originally Comyshyn .. The prefix denotes its Cuman ancestry, and the afix -shyn means Ukraine. Hence, Cuman of Ukraine.
KOMIYA     Japanese
Ko ("Small") + ("Shrine").
KOMURO     Japanese
From the Japanese 小 (ko) "small" and 室 (muro) "room."
KONDA     Japanese
Written with characters meaning ‘now’ and ‘rice paddy’, this version of the name is found mostly in eastern Japan. In western Japan it is pronounced Imata.
KONDA     Telugu
Hindu name meaning ‘hill’ in Telugu.
KONDA     Slovene
Pet form of the personal name Kondrad
KONDO     Japanese
From the Japanese 近 (kon or chika) "close," "near" and 藤 (do, to or fuji) "wisteria." The second character may indicate historical or familial links to the formerly powerful Fujiwara (藤原) clan.
KONEČNÝ     Czech, Slovak
From Czech and Slovak konečný meaning ''final, last, finite''. Perhaps a nickname for the youngest son of a family, a topographic name for someone who lived at the end of a settlement, or a nickname for someone who brought something to a conclusion.
KONICK     Yiddish
Variation of Koenig.
This indicates familial origin within the Lesser Polish town of Koniecpol.
Associated with the Polish/Prussian/German/Russian town Königsberg, now called Kaliningrad. This surname was borne by the parents of American actor, writer, teacher, and director Walter Koenig (1936-) before they emigrated to the United States.
KONISHI     Japanese
From Japanese 小 (ko) meaning "small" and 西 (nishi) meaning "west".
KONITZER     German
A German habitational name for someone who lives in various places called Konitz in places like Thuringia, Pomerania, Moravia, or West Prussia.
KONNO     Japanese
Variously written, most usually with characters meaning ‘now’ or ‘near’ and ‘field’. Found mostly in eastern Japan, farther to the northeast it is pronounced Imano.
From konopa meaning "hemp", probably an occupational name for a rope maker.
KONRAD     German
From the given name KONRAD.
KONRADSKI     Polish
Son of Konrad...?
Given to someone from Constantinople.
Derived from the given name Konstantinos.
KONTIO     Finnish
Means "bear, bruin" in Finnish.
KONZELMAN     German
Orginating from Konrad, which is a variant of Conrad, meaning "brave counsel." The second half of the name indicates one who was a councilman or advisor to someone of importance or power.
KOOISTRA     Frisian
occupational name for a decoy man, from an agent derivative of Middle Dutch kooye ‘decoy’.
KOON     American
Americanized spelling of German Kuhn or Dutch Koen.
KOONINGS     Dutch
From the Dutch word "koning" meaning "king", thus meaning "of the king".
KOOP     Dutch (Modern)
Comes from the Biblical given name Jacob, meaning "he who supplants."
KOPKO     Polish, Ukrainian
Kopeck is a reduced pet form of the personal name Prokop.... [more]
KOPPEN     German
Patronymic from a reduced pet form of the personal name JAKOB.
KOPPEN     German
Habitational name from any of several places named Koppen.
KOPŘIVA     Czech
Means "nettle".
KOPRIVA     Slovak
Means "nettle".
KOPRIVICA     Serbian, Croatian
A diminutive of kopriva meaning ''nettle''.
Habitational name for someone from a place called Koralewo in Ciechanów voivodeship.
KORBECI     German, Albanian
German name for Korb "basket" changed over time to Korbeci
KORBEL     German
Diminutive of Korb "basket".
KORBEL     Czech
Occupational name for a maker of drinking vessels, from korbel "tankard".
KOREN     Slovene, Hebrew
Koren is a surname which has multiple origins. Koren may be a variant of the German occupational surname Korn, meaning a dealer in grain. Alternatively, it may be a variant of the Greek female name Kora... [more]
KORN     German
From Middle High German korn "grain", a metonymic occupational name for a factor or dealer in grain or a nickname for a peasant.
KOROI     Fijian
Fijian surname of unknown meaning.
KOROLIUK     Ukrainian
Based on the root word "король" (Korol), meaning "King"
KOROLYOV     Russian
Common Russian surname from the word "король" which means "king".
KORPELA     Finnish
From korpi, a marsh type, and -la, a suffix used for places. This surname was found in Lapua, Vassa, Finland, circa 1900 and before.
KORTAVA     Abkhaz
Abkhaz surname of Mingrelian origin.
KORTAZAR     Basque
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous neighborhood of the municipality of Ispaster.
KORTEL     ?
KORUS     Czech, Polish
Derived from the given name Kornel.
KOS     Croatian, Slovene, Serbian
Means "blackbird".
KOSAKA     Japanese
This is last name means small "Small Slope", Ko (small), Saka (slope).
KOŚCIUSZKO     Lithuanian
Variant of Kostiuk.
KÖSE     Turkish
Means ''beardless''.
KOSHKOV     Russian (Rare)
Possibly from Russian кошка (koshka) "cat".
KOŠIR     Slovene
From the Slavic word koš meaning "basket". It originally indicated a person who made or sold baskets.
KOSKI     Finnish
Means "rapids" in Finnish.
KOSKINEN     Finnish
A combination of Finnish koski "rapid" and the common surname suffix -nen.
KOSSOW     German
KOSTADINOV     Bulgarian
Means "son of Kostadin".
Derived from the given name Kostadin (see Constantine).
KOSTADINOVSKI     Macedonian
Son of Kostadin. Kostadin is an Eastern Orthodox name common in Macedonia and Bulgaria.
KOSTIUK     Polish
Patronymic from a pet form of the personal name Konstanty
KOSTOV     Bulgarian, Macedonian
Means "son of Kosta".
KOSTOVSKI     Macedonian
Means "son of Kosta".
KOSTRA     Czech, Slovak
Unusual surname found in Slovakia and the Czech Republic meaning "skeleton" from the word kostra, ultimately from the word kost meaning "bone". In Czech in particular, kostra refers only to the biological meaning of "skeleton" - a skeleton as an independent entity is known as a kostlivec.
KOSUGI     Japanese
Ko ("Small") + Sugi ("Cedar"). Jurota Kosugi is a Japanese voice actor.
KOT     Polish, Slovak, Czech, Belorussian, Jewish, German
From a personal name or nickname based on Slavic kot "tom cat".
KOTAKE     Japanese
From the Japanese 小 (ko) "small" and 竹 (take) "bamboo."
KOTEN     German
Derived from German Kate / Kote, originally from Middle Low German kote "small house; hut".... [more]
KÖTH     German
From Middle High German, Middle Low German kote ‘cottage’, ‘hovel’, a status name for a day laborer who lived in a cottage and owned no farmland.
KOTNIK     Slovene
Derived from kot "corner". The name referred to someone who was from a remote area.
KOTOBUKI     Japanese
This surname is used as 寿 (shuu, ju, su, kotobuki, kotobu.ku) meaning "congratulations, longevity, one's natural life."... [more]
KOTSUKI     Japanese
This is another way to pronounce and spell Kozuki.
KOTT     German, Polish, Czech
German: variant of Koth or Kotz.... [more]
KOTTI     Albanian
Kottie or Kotte
KOTWICA     Polish
Comes from the Polish word kotwica meaning 'anchor'.
KOURI     Greek
Variant of Kouris.
KOURI     Arabic (Maghrebi)
Variant of Khoury.
KOURIS     Greek
Topographic surname for someone who lived in a forest, derived from northern Greek kouri; ultimately from Turkish koru "small forest, grove".
KOUTS     ?
KOUUMOTO     Japanese
Rainfall origin.
KOVÁČIK     Slovak
Comes from a pet form of Kováč, 'smith'.
KOVALENKO     Ukrainian
From the Ukrainian word "коваль" meaning "blacksmith".
KOVALESKI     Belarusian
Habitational name for someone from any of several places called Kovali in Belarus, or perhaps Kavoliai in Lithuania, named with a derivative of kavalj meaning "smith".
KOVALEV     Russian
Variant spelling of Kovalyov.
KOVALYOV     Russian
From the Ukrainian word коваль meaning "blacksmith". It is a common Russian surname and the equivalent to the English surname "Smith".
KOWAL     Polish
KOWALEWSKI     Polish, Jewish
Habitational name for someone from places called Kowalew or Kowalewo, named with kowal "smith" or an occupational name for a blacksmith.
habitational name for someone from any of several places called Kowalki or Kowaliki, named with kowalik
KOWERSKI     Polish
This indicates familial origin within the Lesser Polish village of Kowersk.
KOX     English
Variant of Cox
KOYAMA     Japanese
From the Japanese 小 (ko) "small" and 山 (yama) "mountain."
KOYASU     Japanese
From the Japanese 子 (ko) "child" and 安 (yasu or an) "relax," "inexpensive," "low."
KOYFMAN     Jewish
Variant of KAUFMAN
KOZÁK     Slovak, Hungarian
Variant of KOZAK.
KOZAK     Polish, Czech, Slovak, Sorbian, Ukrainian
Ethnic name for a Cossack, a member of a people descended from a group of runaway serfs who set up a semi-independent military republic in Ukraine in the 15th and 16th centuries.
KOZAK     Jewish
Nickname from Yiddish kozak from a Ukrainian loanword meaning "warrior", "brave man".
Patronymic from KOZAK.
KOZICKI     Polish
A habitational name for someone from several places called Kozice, named with Koza 'nanny goat'.... [more]
KOZUE     Japanese (Rare)
This surname is used as 梢, 小梢 or 梢江 with 梢 (shou, kusunoki, kozue) meaning "treetops, twig", 小 (shou, o-, ko-, sa-, chii.sai) meaning "little, small" and 江 (kou, e) meaning "bay, creek, inlet."... [more]
KÔZUKE     Japanese
Related to the name UENO.
KOZUKI     Japanese
As far as I know, it doesn't mean "Small Moon". It has this kanji: 上月 (literally "above" and "moon", but it probably implies that the moon is above us in the sky).
KOZYREVA     Russian
Feminine form of Kozyrev.
KRAANVELT     Estonian
Kraanvelt was a surname granted to descendants of Toomas (b. 1686) and Kai (b. 1692)who lived in Kure farm,under Kiiu estate in Kuusalu parish, Estonia. ... [more]
KRÄFT     German, Jewish
Nickname for a strong man, from Old High German kraft, German Kraft ‘strength’, ‘power’.
KRAFT     German, Swedish, Danish
Variant of Kräft.
KRAFTMEL     Yiddish
It literally means "starch".
KRAHN     German
German: nickname for a slim or long-legged person, from Middle Low German krane ‘crane’. Compare Kranich.
KRAJNC     Slovene
Means ''from Kranjska'', an area of Slovenia called Carniola in English.
KRALJ     Slovene, Croatian, Serbian
Means "king".
KRAMARIĆ     Croatian
Possibly a Croatian form of Krämer.
KRANE     Dutch, Low German
Dutch: nickname for a long-legged or tall thin man, from Middle Dutch crane ‘crane’. ... [more]
KRANICH     German
German: nickname for a long-legged or tall and slender person, from Middle High German kranech ‘crane’.
KRASIŃSKI     Polish
This indicates familial origin within the Masovian village of Krasne, Przasnysz County.
KRÁSNÝ     Czech, Slovak
Means "beautiful". Pronounced "KRAHS-nee".
KRASOWSKI     Polish, Jewish
Habitational name for someone from the villages of Krasowa, Krasów, or Krasowa.
KRASTIŅŠ     Latvian
Derived from the word krasts meaning "coast".
KRÁTKÝ     Czech
Means "short".
Means "amusing".
KRAUCZUN     German (East Prussian)
East Prussian German (and thus heavily Lithuanian influenced) name meaning "tailor; dressmaker".
KRAULEDAT     German (East Prussian)
East Prussian German (and thus heavily Lithuanian influenced) name referring to a barber-surgeon well versed in bloodletting, derived from Lithuanian kraujaleidys.
KRAWCZYK     Polish
From krawiec meaning "tailor", possibly more accurately meaning "taylor's son".
KRČMAR     Croatian
Derived from Croatian krčmar meaning "innkeeper, tavern owner, barkeeper", which is ultimately derived from Croatian krčma meaning "inn, tavern, pub".... [more]
KRECHTER     German
Possibly derived from Krämer
KREGER     German
Mercenary or warrior for hire.
KREISEL     German, Jewish
Jewish family name and originally a nickname for an active or disorganized person, derived from German kreisel meaning "spinning top, top", ultimately from kreis "circle". Alternatively, it could've be used as a nickname for a person with curly hair in the context of "spiral" or "curl".
KREMER     German
Variant of Krämer.
KREMIC     Bosnian (Rare)
Surname Kremić was used in early middle-ages, in Bosnia. It was used by royal and ordinary people. That surname is very rare today and it's almost extinct, but in the past it had very big influence.
KREPP     German
topographic name for someone living in a hollow
KRESS     German
From Middle High German kresse "gudgeon", hence probably a nickname for someone thought to resemble the fish in some way or an occupational name for a fisherman.
KRESS     German
From Old High German krassig, gratag "greedy".
KRESS     German
From a much altered pet form of the personal name ERASMUS.
KRIEG     German
German word meaning "war"
KRIEGER     German
Noun to kriegen, kämpfen meaning "to fight (with words)". Describes a person who likes to argue. A wrangler, a quarreler, a brawler. Literal translation "warrior", from the German noun krieg "war" and the suffix -er.
Probably a habitational name for someone from an unidentified place called Kriegshaus, literally "war house".
KRIER     German, Luxembourgish
Occupational name from Middle High German krier "herald".
KRIEVIŅŠ     Latvian
Derived from the word krievs meaning "Russian".
KRIEVS     Latvian
Means "Russian (person)".
KRISH     Indian
Shortened form of Krishna or of any other name beginning with Krishna (such as Krishnan, Krishnaswami, Krishnamurthy, etc.), used in the U.S. by families from southern India. It is not in use in India.
KRISHNA     Indian, Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil, Kannada
From the given name Krishna.
Hindu name from Sanskrit kṛṣnamūrti meaning ‘manifestation of the god Krishna’, from krisna ‘black’ (epithet of an incarnation of the god Vishnu) + murti ‘image’, ‘manifestation’... [more]
KRISHNAN     Indian, Malayalam, Tamil
Derived from the given name Krishna, used in Kerala and Tamil Nadu.
KRISTOFFERSON     Swedish, English
Means "son of KRISTOFFER".
KRIVÁŇ     Slovak
Taken from the name of the mountain Kriváň, ultimately from kriv- meaning "bent, crooked".
KRIŽAJ     Slovene
Means "crucify" in Slovene.
KROFFT     ?
Surname of sid and marty krofft
KROG     Norwegian, Danish
Habitational name from places named with krog "corner, bend".
KRONBERGS     Latvian (Archaic)
Germanic,originally swedish
KRONECKER     Jewish, German (Austrian)
Derived from the place name Kroneck in Austria. A famous bearer of this surname was Leopold Kronecker(1823~1891),the German mathematician who worked on number theory.
KRONOA     ?
Means Descendent of The Short man.
KRONSTADT     German
Means "crown state" (i.e., capital city) in German
KRSTANOVIĆ     Croatian, Serbian
Derived from krst, meaning "cross".
KRSTEVSKI     Macedonian
Means "son of the cross" in Macedonian.
This indicates familial origin within the Greater Polish village of Kruchowo.
KRUMHOLZ     Jewish, German
German and Jewish (Ashkenazic) from Krumbholz ‘bent timber’, ‘mountain pine’, hence probably a metonymic occupational name for a cartwright or wheelwright. As a Jewish surname it is ornamental.
KRŪMS     Latvian
Meaning "bush".
KRUMWIEDE     German
Location-based name for people who lived by a gnarled old willow tree.... [more]
KRUTXAGA     Basque
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous neighborhood in the Navarrese municipality of Uztarroze.
KRYČAŬSKI     Belarusian
This indicates familial origin within the city of Krýčaŭ.
habitational name for someone from Krzyżanów in Piotrków or Płock voivodeships, Krzyżanowo in Płock or Poznań voivodeships, or various places in Poland called Krzyżanowice, all named with krzyż ‘cross’.
KSIAZEK     Polish
Nickname meaning ‘little priest’ or possibly a patronymic for an illegitimate son of a priest, from ksiadz ‘priest’ + the diminutive suffix -ek.nickname meaning ‘little prince’, from a diminutive of ksia?ze ‘prince’.
KU     Chinese
KUBA     Japanese
Written with characters meaning ‘long time’ and ‘method’, this name is found mostly in the Ryūkyū Islands.
KUBA     Dutch, Polish, Czech, Slovak, Jewish
From Kuba, a pet form of the personal name Jakub.
KUBEC     Czech
Kubec is short form of Jakub.
KUBLASHVILI     Georgian
Last name originates from Imereti region of Georgia .
KUBO     Japanese
Meaning "sunken ground"; variously written, mostly with characters used phonetically. Found mostly in western Japan, apparently taken from several habitational names. Many unrelated families descend from various branches of the Taira, Minamoto, and other great families.
KUBOTA     Japanese
From the Japanese 久 (ku or hisa) "long time," 保 (bo or ho) "protect," "guaratee," "keep" and 田 (ta or da) "rice paddy." The first two characters can also be written as 窪 (kubo) "hollow."
KUCH     German
German metonymic occupational name for a pastry cook, from German kuchen ‘cake’, or simply a variant of Koch ‘cook’.
KUCHAŘ     Czech
Means "Chief", "Cook".
Occupational name for a master cook (literally "kitchen master"), a court official.
KUCHIKI     Japanese
This name combines 朽 (kyuu, ku.chiru) meaning "decay, remain in seclusion, rot" or 口 (ku, kou, kuchi) meaning "mouth" with 木 (boku, moku, ki, ko-) meaning "tree, wood."... [more]
KUCHLER     German (Rare)
Often confused with Küchler a name for a cookie baker, Kuchler is a noble name for an old german family. Kuchler is origined in a city named Kuchl at the border of todays german bavaria. Sometimes they are reffered to "Herrn von Kuchl" meaning "Ruler of Kuchl"... [more]
From a given name meaning "given by God", from Kazakh құдай (quday) "God" and беруге (beruge) "to give".
KUDAYBERGENOV     Kazakh, Kyrgyz
Variant transcription of Kudaibergenov.
KUDOU     Japanese
From 久 (ku) "long time" and 遠 (tou/dou) "distant" OR from 工 (ku) "construction" and 藤 (dou) "wisteria."
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