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MIRAMONTESSpanish
Looker of mountains.
MIRANDASpanish, Portuguese, Jewish
Habitational name from any of numerous places in Spain and Portugal called Miranda. The derivation of the place name is uncertain; it may be of pre-Roman origin, or from Latin miranda "view, outlook".
MIRGHANINorthern African, Arabic
Sudanese name of unknown Arabic meaning.
MIRKINJewish
Jewish (eastern Ashkenazic): metronymic from the Yiddish female personal name Mirke, a pet form of the Biblical Hebrew name Miryam.
MIRONOVRussian
Means "son of Miron (1)" in Russian.
MIRZAUrdu, Bengali (Muslim), Indian (Muslim), Arabic
From the Persian title میرزا (mirzâ) denoting a prince or nobleman, ultimately from the Persian words میر (mir) meaning "master" and the suffix -زاده (-zâde) meaning "child (of), offspring (of)".
MIRZADEHPersian
From the Persian title امیرزاده (amirzâde) which is derived from Arabic أمير (ʾamīr) meaning "commander, prince, leader" combined with the Persian suffix -زاده (-zâde) meaning "offspring".
MIRZAEEPersian
Variant transcription of Mirzaei.
MIRZAEIPersian
From the given name Mirza.
MIRZAMAGOMEDOVLezgin (Russified)
Derived from the Persian title میرزا (mirzâ) meaning "prince" (see Mirza) combined with the given name Magomed.
MISAKIJapanese
From Japanese 三 (mi) meaning "three" and 崎 (saki) meaning "cape, peninsula".
MISAKIANArmenian
An Armenian surname meaning "descendant of Misak." Misak is the Armenian form of the Ancient Hebrew name Meshach.
MISHIMAJapanese
三 (Mi) means "Three" and 島 (Shima) means "Island".
MISIEWICZPolish
Patronymic from Mis.
MISKINISLithuanian
Topographic name from miškinis ‘forest’, ‘forest spirit’. This name is also established in Poland.
MISLEHArabic
Variation of Musleh. Means "peacemaker" or "social reformer" in Arabic.
MISOJapanese (Rare)
Miso is made up of two symbols literally referred to "Miso Soup". According to a Japanese site, less than 140 people in Japan possess this last name.
MISSINGHAMEnglish
The name means "lost home", and it's from the Old English words "missan" and "ham".
MISTRYEnglish
Influenced by the English word mystery meaning unknown.
MITAPolish
From a pet form of the personal name Dymitr
MITAJapanese
Meaning ‘three rice paddies’, the name is more common in eastern Japan. It is also pronounced Santa or Sanda in western Japan.
MITAGCroatian
From german Mittag, redacted during WWII.
MITREARomanian
Romanian name, derived from the word mitra, meaning the hat of a high priest(mitropolit).
MITREVSKIMacedonian
Means "son of Mitre".
MITSUEJapanese
This surname is used as 光永, 光江, 三枝, 満江, 三ツ江 or 三津江 with 光 (kou, hikari, hika.ru, mitsu) meaning "light, ray", 三 (san, zou, mi, mi'.tsu, mi.tsu) meaning "three", 満 (ban, man, mi.tasu, mi.chiru, mi.tsu) meaning "enough, full, fullness, satisfy", 永 (ei, naga.i, e) meaning "eternity, long, lengthy", 江 (kou, e) meaning "bay, creek, inlet", 枝 (shi, eda, e) meaning "bough, branch, twig, limb" and 津 (shin, tsu) meaning "ferry, harbour, haven, port."... [more]
MITSUGIJapanese
This surname is used as 貢, 三木, 三ツ木, 三津木, 三樹, 三次, 参木, 満木, 見次, 身次 or 巳継 with 貢 (ku, kou, mitsu.gu) meaning "finance, support, tribute", 三 (san, zou, mi, mi'.tsu, mi.tsu) meaning "three", 津 (shin, tsu) meaning "ferry, harbour, haven, port", 木 (boku, moku, ki, ko-) meaning "tree, wood", 樹 (juu, ki) meaning "timber trees, wood", 参 (san, shin, mai-, mai.ru, majiwaru, mitsu) meaning "be defeated, be madly in love, coming, die, going, nonplussed, three, visit, visiting", 満 (ban, man, mi.tasu, mi.chiru, mi.tsu) meaning "enough, full, fullness, satisfy", 見 (ken, mi.eru, mi.seru, mi.ru) meaning "chances, hopes, idea, look at, opinion, see, visible", 身 (shin, mi) meaning "one's station in life, person, somebody", 次 (shi, ji, tsugi, tsu.gu) meaning "next, order, sequence", 巳 (shi, mi) meaning "sign of the snake/serpent (6th sign of Chinese zodiac)" and 継 (kei, tsu.gi, mama-) meaning "graft (tree), inherit, patch, succeed."... [more]
MITSUGUJapanese (Rare)
This surname is used as 貢, 三次, 三続 or 巳継 with 貢 (ku, kou, mitsu.gu) meaning "finance, support, tribute", 三 (san, zou, mi, mi'.tsu, mi.tsu) meaning "three", 次 (shi, ji, tsugi, tsu.gu) meaning "next, order, sequence", 続 (kyou, kou, shoku, zou, tsugu.nai, tsudzu.ku, tsudzu.keru) meaning "continue, sequel, series", 巳 (shi, mi) meaning "sign of the snake/serpent (6th sign of Chinese zodiac)" and 継 (kei, tsu.gi, mama-) meaning "graft (tree), inherit, patch, succeed."... [more]
MITSUIJapanese
From the Japanese 三 (mi or san) and 井 (i) "well." The grammatical and phonetic add-on ツ (tsu) is not always included in this name's spelling.
MITTEstonian
Mitt is an Estonian surname, a possible borrowing from Old German "mitte" ("middle" or "center"). Possibly, from the Estonian negative "mitte" meaning "no" or "not".
MITTELGerman
Literally "middle", probably a topographic name from a farm occupying a middle position in a settlement. Compare Mitter.
MITTELMANNGerman
From a byname from Middle High German mittelman "mediator, arbitrator".
MITTERGerman
Topographic name for someone who lived on or owned a property that was in the middle between two or more others, especially if the others were both held by men with the same personal name (for example, Mitter Hans), from the strong form of Middle High German mitte "mid, middle".
MITTERMEIERGerman (Austrian)
Literal meaning "middle farmer" its thought to have been given to farmers living between two there farms in the mountains.
MIURAJapanese
From the Japanese 三 (mi) "three" and 浦 (ura) "bay."
MIWAJapanese
From Japanese 三 (mi) meaning "three" and 輪 (wa) meaning "wheel, ring, circle".
MIYAJapanese
The name could mean ‘three arrows’, ‘three valleys’ or ‘shrine’, the latter being the most common. Some occurrences in America are the result of shortening longer names.
MIYABEJapanese
From the Japanese 宮 (miya) "{Shinto} shrine" and 部 (be) "region," "division," "part."
MIYAGUCHIJapanese
From the Japanese 宮 (miya) "{Shinto} shrine" and 口 (guchi or kuchi) "mouth," "opening."
MIYAHARAJapanese
From Japanese 宮 (miya) meaning "temple, shrine, palace" and 原 (hara) meaning "field, plain".
MIYAICHIJapanese
From Japanese 宮 (miya) meaning "a shrine; a palace" and 一 (ichi) meaning "one".... [more]
MIYAKEJapanese
Variously written, usually with characters meaning ‘three houses’. In the 5th and 6th centuries, Japanese rulers based in the Yamato region (present-day Nara prefecture) established royal rice-growing estates (miyake) throughout their realm in order to increase their income and consolidate their power... [more]
MIYAKOJapanese (Rare)
Miyako means "Capital", but as a last name, it usually has the same characters as Kyoto.
MIYAMAJapanese
Mi (美) means beautiful, and Yama (山) means mountain.
MIYANOJapanese
From Japanese 宮 (miya) meaning "temple, shrine, palace" and 野 (no) meaning "field, wilderness".
MIYARAJapanese
From the Japanese 宮 (miya) "{Shinto} shrine" and 良 (ra) "good."
MIYARESAsturian
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous parish of the municipality of Piloña.
MIYASHITAJapanese
Japanese surname meaning "below the shrine". It is written as 宮下.
MIYATAJapanese
From Japanese 宮 (miya) meaning "temple, shrine, palace" and 田 (ta) meaning "field, rice paddy".
MIYAUCHIJapanese
Miya means "Shrine" and Uchi means "Inside".
MIYAZAKIJapanese
From Japanese 宮 (miya) meaning "temple, shrine, palace" and 崎 (saki) meaning "cape, peninsula".
MIYAZATOJapanese
From Japanese 宮 (miya) meaning "shrine" and 里 (zato) meaning "village".
MIYAZAWAJapanese
Miyazawa is written using the characters for "shrine" (宮) and "creek" (沢). Together, these characters spell "The creek by the shrine." The second letter (沢) can also be read as "stream" or even "swamp".
MIZRACHIHebrew
Variant transcription of Mizrahi.
MIZRAHIHebrew
From Hebrew מִזְרָחִי (mizrakhí) meaning "East, eastern".
MIZUFUKAJapanese
I believe it is written like this: 水付加. In that case, it probably means "Increasing with water".
MIZUHARAJapanese (Rare)
Mizu ("Water") + Hara ("Plain"). Possibly pronounced "bara" or "wara" in different regions
MIZUKAWAJapanese
From Japanese 水 (mizu) meaning "water" and 川 (kawa) meaning "river, stream".
MIZUNOJapanese
Means ''of water'' or ''of the water'' in Japanese. A famous bearer of this last name would have to be Ami Mizuno in the show Sailor Moon.
MIZUNOKOJIPopular Culture
I'm not sure if thIs an actual Japanese last name, all I know is that this written in an irregular way for the fictional characters Asuka and Tabimaro from Urusei Yatsura . Mizu means "Water", No is a possessive particle, Ko means "Small", and Ji means "Road"... [more]
MIZUSAWAJapanese
From the Japanese 水 (mizu) "water" and 澤 or 沢 (sawa or zawa) "swamp."
MIZUTAJapanese
From Japanese 水 (mizu) meaning "water" and 田 (ta) meaning "field, rice paddy".
MIZUTAMAJapanese
From Japanese 水 (mizu) meaning "water" combined with 玉 (tama) meaning "jewel, ball". Other kanji combinations are possible. ... [more]
MIZUTANIJapanese
From Japanese 水 (mizu) meaning "water" and 谷 (tani) meaning "valley".
MJEŠICYSorbian
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous neighborhood of the Upper Sorbian municipality of Bukecy.
MKHITARYANArmenian
From Armenian Mxitʿar combined with -յան (-yan), a patronymic suffix. ... [more]
MKRTCHIANArmenian (Expatriate)
Variant transcription of Mkrtchyan used by Armenians living outside of Armenia.
MKRTCHYANArmenian
Means "son of Mkrtich".
MLADENOVBulgarian
Means "son of Mladen".
MLINARIĆCroatian
Means "son of a miller".
MŁODYCHOWIAKPolish
Habitational name for somebody who comes from the district of Młodych in Poland.
MOChinese
According to a study of Mu Ying's Name record, the surname came to be when descendants of the antediluvian ruler Zhuanxu abbreviated the name of his city, Moyangcheng (莫陽城; in modern-day Pingxiang County, Hebei) and took it as their surname... [more]
MOANIrish
Reduced form of Mohan.
MOATScottish
Habitational name from either of two places in Dumfriesshire called Moat, named from Middle English mote ‘moat’, ‘ditch’, originally referring to the whole system of fortifications. In some cases it may have been a topographic name for someone who lived in or near a moated dwelling.
MOATSEnglish
Variant of Moat.
MOBERGSwedish
Combination of Swedish mo "sandy heath" and berg "mountain". A notable bearer was Swedish author and playwright Vilhelm Moberg (1898-1973).
MÖBIUSGerman
Patronymic surname derived from the given name Bartholomäus, the German form of Bartholomew.
MOCHIZUKIJapanese
From the Chinese compound 望月 (wàngyuè) literally meaning "to view the moon from a distance" (figuratively, "full moon").
MODAFFARIItalian
Nickname from Arabic muzaffar "victorious".
MODDERMANDutch
"Mud Man" was given to the people who built the dikes.
MODÉNSwedish
Combination of Swedish mo "sandy heath" and the common surname suffix -én, a derivative of Latin -enius "descendant of". It could also be a variant of MODIG.
MODENAItalian, Judeo-Italian
Italian and Jewish (from Italy) habitational name from the city of Modena in Emilia-Romagna.
MODIGSwedish
Swedish soldier name meaning "brave".... [more]
MODINSwedish
Variant of Modén.
MODRIĆCroatian
Famous bearer of this surname is Croatian footballer Luka Modrić.
MODZELEWSKIPolish, Jewish
Habitational name for someone from places in Poland called Modzel or Modzele, from modzel meaning "hard place", "callus".
MOENorwegian
Means "sandy ground" in Norwegian.
MOENNorwegian
Means "the sandy ground" in Norwegian.
MOFFATTScottish
Means "person from Moffatt", Dumfries and Galloway ("long plain").
MOGASENGerman
meaning unknown
MOGILEVSKYUnclear
Not available.
MOHAMEDArabic, Malay, Somali
Variant transcription of Muhammad.
MOHAMMADIPersian, Arabic
From the given name Mohammad.
MOHAMMADPOURPersian
Means "descendant of Mohammad" in Persian.
MOHAMMADPOURKARKARAGHPersian (Rare)
From the given name Mohammad combined with Persian پور (pur) "son" and the name of the Persian village of Karkaraq.
MOHAMMADZADEHPersian
From the given name Mohammad combined with the Persian suffix زاده (-zâde) meaning "offspring".
MOHAMMADZAIPashto
Means "son of Mohammad", from the given name Mohammad combined with Pashto زوی (zoy) meaning "son (of)". The Mohammadzai are a sub-tribe of the Barakzai inhabiting Afghanistan. The Muhammadzai, a separate tribe, inhabits Hashtnagar in Pakistan.
MOHAMMEDIArabic (Maghrebi)
From the given name Mohammed (chiefly Algerian).
MOHLERGerman, English
The Mohler surname is derived from the Low German word möhl which means mill. Thus the name originally denoted someone who live or worked near a mill. Variant of Müller.
MOHORKOSlovene
It comes from the latin given name ERMACORA. the Sain Bishop of Aquileia, near Venice.
MÕISEstonian
Mõis is an Estonian surname meaning "manor".
MÕISAEstonian
Mõisa is an Estonian surname meaning "manor".
MOISUCRomanian
Meaning unknown.
MOKChinese (Cantonese)
Cantonese form of Mo.
MOKRANIBerber, Northern African, Arabic (Maghrebi)
Either from the given name Mokrane or derived from El Mokrani, a town in Algeria.
MOKRIPersian
This is a Persian surname.... [more]
MOLAISONAmerican
Unexplained meaning.
MOLCHANRussian, Ukrainian
From the Russian word молчан meaning "silent" it was often used as a nickname for someone who was soft-spoken and as a given name following Baptism
MÖLDEREstonian
Mölder is an Estonian surname meaning "miller".
MOLEEnglish
Mole is (in some but not all cases) the English form of the German Möhl meaning mill.
MOLENAARDutch
Occupational name from molenaar "miller".
MOLESKIPolish
A variation of Molski, originated from the many places in Poland called "Mole".
MOLINAROItalian
The surname Molinaro is a name for a person who owned, managed, or worked in a mill deriving its origin from the Italian word "molino," which meant mill.
MOLINAROLOItalian
Probably from a person's occupation, with molino/mulino meaning "mill" in Italian. The second part may come from rullo, meaning "a roller" or "I roll."
MOLOTOVRussian
From Russian молот (molot) meaning "hammer", indicating someone who worked with hammers.
MOLTENEnglish
The surname Molten refers to one who melts lead.
MOMBESHORAShona
Meaning unknown.
MOMOIJapanese
From Japanese 桃 (momo) meaning "peach" and 井 (i) meaning "well, mine shaft, pit".
MOMOMIYAPopular Culture
Surname of several characters from the anime series 'Tokyo Mew Mew'.
MOMOSEJapanese
百 (Momo) means "A Hundred" and 瀬 (Se) means "Riffle". A notable bearer is Shinroku Momose, who was an aircraft engineer during the 1940's.
MONACOItalian
Nickname for someone of monkish habits or appearance, or an occupational name for a servant employed at a monastery, from Italian monaco "monk" (from Greek monachos "monk", "solitary").
MONCAYOAragonese
This indicates familial origin near the eponymous mountain massif.
MONCRIEFScottish
Scottish: habitational name from Moncreiff Hill near Perth, so called from Gaelic monadh ‘hill’ + craoibhe, genitive of craobh ‘tree’.
MONCRIEFFEScottish
Clan Moncreiffe is a Scottish clan. The name is derived from the Scottish Gaelic Monadh croibhe which means "Hill of the sacred bough". The plant badge of Clan Moncreiffe is the oak, this presumably comes from the sacred tree.... [more]
MONDITHOKATelugu (Modern)
they are honest people and having helping nature. at history one person has bull cart some time it was went into dig then all people was trying and trying for lift the cart. but no use from those,after that people were shouting as a bigger like come on 'mondithoka' this word not surname of farmer his bull has short tail... [more]
MONEYMAKEREnglish (American)
Translated form of German Geldmacher or Geldschläger, occupational names for a coiner.
MONEYPENNYEnglish
Probably from a medieval nickname for a rich person or a miser. A fictional bearer is Miss Moneypenny, secretary to M (the head of MI6) in the James Bond novels of Ian Fleming and in the films based on them.
MONGEREnglish
Name for a retail trader or a stallholder in a market, Middle English monger, manger.
MONGUSHTuvan
Theorised to be derived from Tuvan moon meaning "cohesive, powerful" combined with kush "force". It is also believed to have been Mongolified and Turkified during the reign of Chinggis Khan in the 13th century.
MONIZPortuguese
From the medieval Portuguese first name Muhno.... [more]
MONKEnglish
Nickname for someone of monkish habits or appearance, or an occupational name for a servant employed at a monastery, from Middle English munk, monk "monk" (Old English munuc, munec, from Late Latin monachus, Greek monakhos "solitary", a derivative of monos "alone").
MONNIERFrench
It means Miller, someone operating a mill; from "meunier" or "mounier" in Old French.
MONTAGGerman
It means Monday in German.
MONTAGNEFrench
Possibly connected to the Irish and or English surname "Manton" as a result of the historical Norman invasions of Ireland and England.
MONTAGNETFrench, Basque
Meaning "mountains," this name is commonly found in the Basque Pyrenees.
MONTALBANOItalian
Habitational name from Montalbano di Elicona in northeastern Sicily (earlier simply Montalbano), Montalbano Jonico (Matera province), or the district of Montalbano in Fasano, Brindisi.
MONTAÑASpanish
Topographic name from montaña "mountain".
MONTAPERTOItalian
My father tells me this name means "open mountain." It seems to have come from a small area around Agrigento in Sicily, Italy.
MONTEBLANCOFrench, Spanish
Originally from France "Mont Blanc" but translated when arrived in Spain.
MONTEFIOREItalian, Jewish
Derived from Montefiore, which is the name of several places in Italy. For example, there is Castle Montefiore in the town of Recanati (province of Macerata), the municipality of Montefiore Conca (province of Rimini) and the municipality of Montefiore dell'Aso (province of Ascoli Piceno)... [more]
MONTEMAYORSpanish
Habitational name from any of several places called Montemayor, from monte meaning "mountain" + mayor meaning "main", "larger", "greater", in particular in the provinces of Cordova, Salamanca, and Valladolid.
MONTERROSOGalician
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous municipality.
MONTESSpanish
Derived from Spanish monte "mountain".
MONTES DE OCASpanish
Spanish surname meaning "mounts of goose".
MONTEVERDEGalician
Habitational name from Monteverde in Ourense province, Galicia.
MONTEVERDEItalian
Habitational name from any of various places called Monteverde, for example in Avellino province, from monte meaning "mountain" + verde meaning "green".
MONTEVERDIItalian
Derived from Italian monte meaning "mountain" and verdi meaning "green"; literally means "green mountain".
MONTGOMERIEScottish, English
Variation of MONTGOMERY. A famous bearer was Margaret Montgomerie Boswell (1738 to 1789), wife of author James Boswell.
MONTIELSpanish
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous Manchego municipality.
MONTISCIItalian
Originated in Sardinia, Italy in the 17th century given to fishermen
MONTIVERDIItalian
Green Mountain
MONTOYASpanish, Basque
meaning "mountain"... [more]
MONZOItalian
Possibly a variant of Monsu, which may be an occupational name for a cook, Calabrian munsu, or a nickname or title from Milanese monsu ‘sir’, ‘lord’, ‘gentleman’.
MONZÓCatalan
variant of Montsó, habitational name from a place in Aragon (see Monzon).
MONZONSpanish
Habitational name from Monzón, a place in Uesca province, which is probably named from Latin montione ‘big mountain’.
MOODIEScottish
The history of the name Moodie originates from the time of the Anglo-Saxon tribes in Brittain.... [more]
MÕÕKEstonian
Mõõk is an Estonian surname meaning "sword".
MOOKGerman
This surname means 'flying insect' from a German word that is mauke. (I think it is mauke, I am SO not sure.)
MOOKHEYIndian
Meaning unknown.
MOORCOCKEnglish
From a medieval nickname for someone thought to resemble a moorcock (the male of the red grouse). It is borne by British author Michael Moorcock (1939-).
MOOREHOUSEEnglish
Variant spelling of Morehouse.
MOORINGLow German (Modern)
habitational name from möringen or möhringen of northern germany.
MOOSAVIPersian
Variant transcription of Mousavi.
MOPANTOKOBOGOZulu
From Zulu meaning "big man".
MORHebrew (Modern)
From the given name Mor, means "myrrh" in Hebrew.
MORACZEWSKIPolish
This indicates familial origin within either of 2 Greater Polish villages named Moraczewo.
MORAESPortuguese
From the Portuguese form of Spanish Morales.
MORALEEEnglish, French
First found in Norfolk where they were seated from very early times and were granted lands by Duke William of Normandy, their liege Lord, for their distinguished assistance at the Battle of Hastings.
MORALISGreek
Meaning unknown, possibly a Greek form of the Spanish surname Morales.
MORANIrish
The surname Moran, originating in counties Mayo and Sligo of Connaught, is the shortened version of O'Moran, Anglicized form of the older O'Morain "grandson of the great one" with the Old Irish root mor 'great, big' (denoting stature and/or character).
MORANHebrew (Modern, Rare)
From the given name Moran.
MORANTEnglish
From the Old French personal name Morant, perhaps from a nickname meaning "steadfast", or alternatively of Germanic origin and meaning literally "courage-raven". A known bearer was the British-born Australian soldier and poet Breaker Morant, original name Edwin Henry Murrant (?1864-1902).
MORATALLASpanish
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous Murcian municipality.
MORÁVEKCzech, Slovak
Means "Moravian".
MORCELIArabic (Maghrebi)
Possibly from Arabic مُرْسِل (mursil) meaning "sender, dispatcher" or "sent, transmitted" from أَرْسَلَ (ʾarsala) "to send, to dispatch".
MORDAUNTEnglish
Recorded as Mordant, Mordaunt (English), Mordagne, Mordant (French) and apparently Mordanti in Italy, this is a surname of French origins. According to the famous Victorian etymologist Canon Charles Bardsley writing in the year 1880, the name was originally Norman, and was brought to England by a follower of Duke William of Normandy, when he conquered England in 1066... [more]
MORDENEnglish
Parish in Surrey; one mile from Mitcham. "Moor Hollow" in Old English.
MOREDOCKEnglish
From the fact that boats get moored at a dock.
MOREHOUSEEnglish
Habitational name from any of various places, for example Moorhouse in West Yorkshire, named from Old English mōr meaning "marsh", "fen" + hūs meaning "house".
MOREIRAPortuguese, Galician
Habitational name from any of the numerous places in Portugal and Galicia called Moreira, from moreira meaning "mulberry tree".
MORELLIItalian
Patronymic / plural form of Morello.
MORELLSGreek
One meaning/explanation of the surname Morells is it's an Americanization of the Greek name surname Mariolis.
MORGADEAnglo-Saxon
It`s a derived from Anglo-Saxon Morgen Or Morgan. Its meaning is morning. It have a second meaning that is a variety or type of oil.
MORGADOPortuguese
Means "eldest brother" in Portuguese
MORGANTONEnglish (Canadian)
Created by combining the last names Morgan and Middleton in Calgary, Alberta, Canada in September of 2013.
MORIAIJapanese
From the Japanese 盛 (mori) "assortment" or 森 (mori) "forest" and 合 (ai) "fit," "suit," "join."
MORIFUJIJapanese
Mori means "Forest" and Fuji means "Wisteria".
MORIHARAJapanese
森 (Mori) means "Forest" and 原 (Hara) means "Plain".
MORIHEIJapanese
This surname combines 森 (shin, mori) meaning "forest, woods" with 平 (hyou, byou, hei, tai.ra, -daira, hira, hira-) meaning "even, flat, peace."... [more]
MORIKAWAJapanese
From Japanese 森 (mori) meaning "forest" and 川 (kawa) meaning "river, stream".
MORIKITAJapanese (Rare)
森 (Mori) means "Forest" and 北 (Kita) means "North". Hiroshi Morikita is the president and foreign rights man of Morikita Publishing.
MORIMOTOJapanese
From Japanese 森 (mori) meaning "forest" and 本 (moto) meaning "base, root, origin".
MORISHITAJapanese
Mori means "Forest" ans Shita means "Under, Below".
MORITAJapanese
From Japanese 森 (mori) meaning "forest" and 田 (ta) meaning "field, rice paddy".
MORIUCHIJapanese
森 (Mori) means "Forest" and 内 (Uchi) means "Inside".
MORIYAJapanese
From the Japanese 守 (mori or kami) "guard," "protect," "defend" or 森 (mori) "forest" and 屋 (ya) "dwelling" or 谷 (ya or tani) "valley."
MORIYAMAJapanese
From Japanese 森 (mori) meaning "forest" and 山 (yama) meaning "mountain, hill".
MOROSSpanish
Habitational name from Moros in Zaragoza province, so named from the plural of moro ‘Moor’, i.e. ‘the place where the Moors live’.
MOROUXLouisiana Creole
From the surname Moroux.
MOROZOVRussian
Derived from Russian мороз (moroz) meaning "frost".
MORRISSEYIrish
Morrissey is an Irish name meaning "choice of the sea".
MORROWIrish, Scottish
From the Gaelic Ó Murchadha, which means "descendent of MURCHADH".
MORROWIrish (Anglicized)
Shortened Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Murchadha (see McMorrow).
MORTEnglish
Perhaps from a Norman nickname based on Old French mort "dead", possibly referring to someone with a deathly pallor or otherwise sepulchral appearance.
MORTAZAVIPersian
From the given name Mortaza.
MORTICELLIItalian
Means "died small" in Italian.
MORTIMEREnglish
Derived from a place name meaning "still water" in Old French.
MORTONIrish
From the parish of Morton, in Nithsdale, Dumfriesshire, Scotland. Mor, big, great, and dun, ton, a hill.
MOSBRUCKERGerman
Topographic name for someone who lived by a bridge over a swamp, from Middle High German mos meaning "bog", "swamp" + brucke meaning "bridge".
MOSCATELLIItalian
The name Moscatelli has its origins in a type of grape called Moscatel. This grape has its origin in ancient Egypt or Greece, but it was in Italy that it became famous. Here the farmers that planted the grape became known as the Moscatelli.
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.
MOSCOWEnglish (American, Rare)
From the city of Moscow in Russia.
MOSELEItalian, German (Austrian)
This surname is to be found in north-eastern Italy, more specifically in the Vicenza and Verona provinces. Families with this name are certain to be originally from the mountain town of Asiago, situated on a plateau north of Vicenza and now a well-known skiing resort... [more]
MOSHEHebrew
From the given name Moshe.
MOSKVARussian
Derived from the Russian word Москва meaning "Moscow".
MOSLEYEnglish
Habitational name from any of several places called Mos(e)ley in central, western, and northwestern England. The obvious derivation is from Old English mos ‘peat bog’ + leah ‘woodland clearing’, but the one in southern Birmingham (Museleie in Domesday Book) had as its first element Old English mus ‘mouse’, while one in Staffordshire (Molesleie in Domesday Book) had the genitive case of the Old English byname Moll.
MOSSEnglish, Welsh, Scottish, Northern Irish
English and Welsh: from the personal name Moss, a Middle English vernacular form of the Biblical name Moses. ... [more]
MOSSEnglish, Welsh
From the personal name Moss, a Middle English vernacular form of the Biblical name Moses.
MOSSBERGJewish, Swedish
Ornamental name composed of the elements mosse "peat bog" + berg "mountain", "hill".
MOSSINGNorwegian
Habitational name from a farm name in Trøndelag, probably named with mose meaning "moss" + vin meaning "meadow".
MOSSMANEnglish
This interesting name is a variant of the surname Moss which is either topographical for someone who lived by a peat bog, from the Old English pre 7th Century 'mos' or a habitational name from a place named with this word, for example Mosedale in Cumbria or Moseley in West Yorkshire.
MOSTAFAArabic, Bengali (Muslim)
Variant transcription of Mustafa.
MOSTAFAVIPersian
From the given name Mostafa.
MOSTEFAÏArabic (Maghrebi)
From the given name Mostefa (chiefly Algerian).
MOSTEFAOUIArabic (Maghrebi)
Means "relating to Mustafa" in Arabic (chiefly Algerian).
MOTAAmerican
Surname of YouTuber and Dancing with the Stars competitor Bethany Mota.
MOTEKIJapanese
From the Japanese 茂 (mote) "overgrown," "to grow thick" and 木 (ki, moku or boku) "tree."
MOTELFrench
Topographic name from a derivative of Old French motte ‘fortified stronghold’.
MOTHERWELLScottish
Means "person from Motherwell", North Lanarkshire ("Our Lady's well"). American artist Robert Motherwell (1915-1991) was a known bearer.
MOTIONScottish
A Scottish name of uncertain origin. British poet Andrew Motion (1952-) is a known bearer.
MOTLEYEnglish
This surname may come from a nickname for someone wearing parti-coloured clothes (from Anglo-French motteley, which may come from Old English mot meaning "speck").
MOTOHASHIJapanese
This is literally Hashimoto backwards, although this is less common in Japan. This means "Origin Bridge" in Japanese. A notable bearer with the surname is Akiyasu Motohashi. He is a former motorcycle road rider in the Grand Prix.
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