Samuel is also a common Welsh, Scottish, Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Polish, Czech, and Slovak surname, derived from the given name Samuel. It's also used by Indian Christians, mostly by Saint Thomas or Assyrian/Syriac Christians in the state of Kerala in the south.

Scripts: סמואל (Hebrew), שמואל (Yiddish), സാമുവൽ (Malayalam)

Spanish Pronunciation: sa-MWEHL

Polish Pronunciation: sa-MOO-ehl

Czech Pronunciation: SA-moo-ehl

Slovak Pronunciation: SA-moo-ehl
As a bearer of the name "Samuel", I can say with confidence that it is a good option, and it isn't too common.

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