Taiwanese Submitted Surnames

Taiwanese names are used in Fujian in China and Taiwan. Note that depending on the Chinese characters used these names can have many other meanings besides those listed here. See also about Chinese names.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
CHIANG 蔣, 蒋, 姜 Chinese, Taiwanese
Chinese variant transcription of Jiang also used in Taiwan.
CHIEN 簡, 简 Taiwanese, Chinese
Taiwanese transcription of JIAN.
FUNG Chinese (Cantonese), Taiwanese
Cantonese and Taiwanese romanization of FENG.
HSIEH Taiwanese
Taiwanese transcription of XIE.
HSIN 辛, 信 Taiwanese
Taiwanese transcription of XIN.
JIAN 简, 簡 Chinese, Taiwanese
From Chinese 簡 (jiǎn) meaning “simple, uncomplicated”.
KUO Taiwanese
Taiwanese romanization of GUO.
OUYANG 欧阳, 歐陽 Chinese, Taiwanese
Derived from Chinese 歐余 (ōuyú), the name of a mountain in present-day Huzhou, China (now called Mount Sheng). The name originates from Ti, a prince of the ancient Yue state, who resided on the south side of the mountain with his family... [more]
PENG Chinese, Taiwanese
It is written with the hazi symbol meaning "Drum": 彭.
SHIEH 石, 謝 Taiwanese
Taiwanese romanization of Shi and XIE.
TSAI Chinese, Taiwanese
Variant transcription of CAI also used in Taiwan.
TSENG Taiwanese, Chinese
Taiwanese transcription of ZENG.
YUEH 岳, 樂 Taiwanese
Taiwanese romanization of Yue.
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