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Type Surname (from nickname)
Usage Dutch
Pronounced Pron. yawng-BLOOT  [key]
Other Forms FormsDe Jong, De Jongh, Jongbloet, Jongbloedt, Jongbloeds, Jongbloets, Joungblood, Jonghbloet, Youngblood, Jongblood, Yong, Young, Younge, Youngs, De Jonge, Jong, Jonge, Jongh, Jongs, Jonghe, Jonk, Jonck, De Jonck, De Young, De Jonghe, De Iongh, De Jonk, D'Jong, Jongsma, Youngsma, Joncke, De Yong, T'Jong, Tjong, Tjonk, Tjoonk, Tjonck, T'Joncke

Meaning & History

Nickname for a young person, derived from Middle Dutch jonc meaning "young" and bloet meaning "blood". A famous bearer of this surname was the Dutch soccer goalkeeper Jan Jongbloed (1940-2023).
Added 6/9/2023 by General9696
Edited 10/27/2023 by General9696