Surnames of Length 7

This is a list of surnames in which the length is 7.
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PIERSON English
Means "son of PIERS".
PILGRIM English
Nickname for a person who was a pilgrim, ultimately from Latin peregrinus.
PIONTEK Polish
Germanized or Americanized form of PIĄTEK.
PIOVENE Italian
From the name of the town of Piovene Rocchette in Veneto, Italy.
PIRAINO Italian
From the name of the town of Piraino on Sicily.
PLANCHE French
French form of PLANK.
PLANQUE French
French form of PLANK.
PLOURDE French
Possibly derived from French palourde, a type of a shellfish.
POIRIER French
Means "pear tree" in French, originally a nickname for someone who lived close to such a tree.
POKORNI Hungarian
Hungarian variant of POKORNY.
POKORNY Polish
Polish form of POKORNÝ.
POKORNÝ Czech, Slovak
Means "humble" in Czech and Slovak.
POLETTI Italian
From a diminutive of the given name PAOLO. This name is typical of northern and central Italy.
POPESCU Romanian
From Romanian popă "priest", from Slavic pop.
PORCHER English, French
Means "swineherd" from Old French and Middle English porchier, from Latin porcus "pig".
PORSCHE German
Derived from the given name BORIS.
PORTNER Low German
Low German cognate of PORTER.
POTENZA Italian
From the name of the southern Italian city of Potenza, called Potentia in Latin, meaning "power, force".
POULSEN Danish
Means "son of POUL".
PRESLEY English
Variant of PRIESTLEY. This name was borne by musician Elvis Presley (1935-1977).
PRESTON English
Originally derived from various place names meaning "priest town" in Old English.
PRINSEN Dutch
Means "son of the prince", the term prince would have denoted someone who acted in a regal manner.
PROBERT Welsh
Derived from Welsh ap Robert, which means "son of ROBERT".
PROFETA Italian
From Italian profeta meaning "prophet". It probably came from a nickname indicating a person who wanted to predict the future. It is typical of southern Italy.
PURCELL English
From Old French pourcel "piglet", from Latin porcellus, a derivative of porcus "pig". This was a nickname or an occupational name for a swineherd.
PUSZTAI Hungarian
From Hungarian puszta meaning "plain, steppe". The name was given to someone living on a plain.
QUIGLEY Irish
Anglicized form of Irish Ó Coigligh meaning "descendant of Coigleach", a given name meaning "untidy".
QUINLAN Irish
From Irish Ó Caoindealbháin, which means "descendant of Caoindealbhán", a given name meaning "comely form".
RALSTON Scottish
Originally denoted a person from Ralston, Scotland, which was derived from the given name RALPH combined with Old English tun meaning "enclosure, yard, town".
RAMIRES Portuguese
Means "son of RAMIRO" in Portuguese.
RAMÍREZ Spanish
Means "son of RAMIRO" in Spanish.
RANDALL English
Derived from the given name RANDEL.
RANDELL English
Derived from the given name RANDEL.
RANDRUP Danish
From the name of homesteads in Denmark (in Viborg or Rebild municipalities).
RASKOPF German
Possibly from German rasch "quick" and Kopf "head".
RATTRAY Scottish
From a Scottish place name meaning "fortress town", from Gaelic ráth meaning "fortress" and a Pictish word meaning "town".
RAVENNA Italian
From the name of the city of Ravenna in northern Italy, which is of uncertain origin, possibly Etruscan.
RIBEIRO Portuguese
Means "little river, stream" in Portuguese, ultimately from Latin riparius meaning "riverbank".
RICHARD English, French, German, Dutch
From the given name RICHARD.
RICHTER German
Means "judge" in German, from Middle High German rihtære.
RICKARD English
From the given name RICHARD.
RINALDI Italian
Derived from the given name RINALDO.
ROBBINS English
Derived from the given name ROBIN.
ROBERTS English
Means "son of ROBERT".
ROBLEDO Spanish
Means "oak wood" from Spanish roble "oak", ultimately from Latin robur.
RODGERS English
Derived from the given name RODGER.
ROLLINS English
From a diminutive of the given name ROLAND.
ROMAGNA Italian
From the region of Romagna, on the Adriatic coast of Italy. It is derived from Latin Romania meaning "land of the Romans".
ROMANOV Russian
Means "son of ROMAN". This was the surname of the last dynasty of Russian tsars.
ROMEIJN Dutch
Derived from the given name ROMEIN.
ROMILLY English, French
Originally denoted a person who came from any of the various places in northern France called ROMILLY or from ROMILEY in England.
ROSALES Spanish
Means "rose bushes" in Spanish.
ROSÁRIO Portuguese
Means "rosary" in Portuguese. This name was often given to people born on the day of the festival of Our Lady of the Rosary.
ROSARIO Spanish
Spanish form of ROSÁRIO.
ROSSINI Italian
Diminutive form of ROSSI. A famous bearer was the Italian composer Gioachino Rossini (1792-1868).
ROSTAMI Persian
Derived from the given name ROSTAM.
ROUSSEL French
French form of RUSSELL.
ROWLAND English
Derived from the given name ROLAND.
ROYSTON English
Originally taken from an Old English place name meaning "Royse's town". The given name Royse was a medieval variant of ROSE.
RUGGERI Italian
Derived from the given name RUGGERO.
RUGGLES English
From a medieval diminutive of the given name ROGER.
RUSSELL English
From a Norman French nickname that meant "little red one", perhaps originally describing a person with red hair.
RUSTICI Italian
From Italian rustico meaning "rustic, rural".
RŮŽIČKA Czech
Means "little rose" in Czech.
RUZZIER Italian
From a dialectal variant of RUGGIERO. It is typical of northeastern Italy, the area around Trieste.
RYSKAMP Dutch
Meaning unknown, probably ending with Dutch kamp meaning "camp".
SALAMON Hungarian
Derived from the given name SALAMON.
SALAZAR Basque
From Spanish sala meaning "hall" and Basque zahar meaning "old". It can also refer to the town of Salazar in Burgos, Spain, which is of the same origin.
SALCEDO Spanish
Derived from Latin salix meaning "willow tree". The name was originally given to one who lived near a willow tree.
SALINAS Spanish
Occupational name for a salt worker or someone who lived bear a salt works, from Spanish salina "salt works, salt mine", ultimately from Latin sal "salt".
SALOMON French, Jewish
Derived from the given name SALOMON.
SALUCCI Italian
From Italian sale meaning "salt".
SAMPSON English
Derived from a medieval form of the given name SAMSON.
SAMUELS English
Derived from the given name SAMUEL.
SÁNCHEZ Spanish
Means "son of SANCHO".
SANCHEZ Spanish
Americanized form of SÁNCHEZ.
SANDERS English
Patronymic of the given name Sander, a medieval form of ALEXANDER.
SANSONE Italian
Derived from the given name SANSONE.
SANTANA Spanish, Portuguese
From any of the numerous places named after Saint ANNA.
SANTINI Italian
Diminutive form of SANTO.
SANTORO Italian
Means "all saint's day" in Italian, a nickname for one born on that day.
SÁRKÖZI Hungarian
Originally indicated someone from Sárköz, a region in Hungary, derived from sár "mud" and köz "margin, lane".
SARTINI Italian
Diminutive form of SARTO.
SARTORE Italian
Variant of SARTO.
SAUVAGE French
French form of SAVAGE.
SCHÄFER German
From Old High German scaphare meaning "shepherd".
SCHENCK German
Variant of SCHENK.
SCHERER German
Occupational name for a cutter of cloth or a sheep-shearer, from Old High German skeran "to cut".
SCHMIDT German
Occupational name derived from Middle High German smit "smith, metalworker", a cognate of SMITH.
SCHMITZ German
Variant of SCHMIDT, originating in the Rhine area in western Germany.
SCHNELL German
German cognate of SNELL.
SCHNOOR German
Variant of SCHNUR.
SCHOORL Dutch
Originally indicated a person from the town of Schoorl in the province of Noord-Holland in the Netherlands. It means "forest by the shore" in Dutch.
SCHOREL Dutch
Variant of SCHOORL.
SCHRECK German
From Middle High German schrecken meaning "to frighten, to scare".
SCHULER German
Means "scholar, student" in German, ultimately from Latin schola meaning "school".
SCHULTE Low German
Low German variant of SCHULTHEIß.
SCHWARZ German, Jewish
Means "black" in German, from Old High German swarz. It originally described a person with black hair or a dark complexion.
SCIACCA Italian
Originally denoted someone from Sciacca, Sicily, Italy, which is of uncertain origin.
SCIARRA Italian
From Sicilian sciarra meaning "quarrel, dispute", originally a nickname for a quarrelsome person.
SCRIVEN English
Occupational name meaning "writer, clerk, scribe" in Old French, derived from Latin scriba.
SEEGERS Dutch
Means "son of SIEGER".
SEGHERS Dutch
Means "son of SIEGER".
SEGRETI Italian
From Italian segreto meaning "secret", a nickname for a confidant.
SEMPERS English
From the name of various towns named Saint Pierre in Normandy, all of which commemorate Saint PETER.
SERAFIM Portuguese
Derived from the Latin given name SERAPHINUS.
SERAFIN Polish, Italian
Derived from the given name SERAFIN or SERAFINO.
SERPICO Italian
From a nickname derived from Italian serpe "serpent, reptile".
SÉVERIN French
Derived from the given name SÉVERIN.
SEYMOUR (1) English
From Saint Maur, a French place name, which commemorates Saint MAURUS.
SEYMOUR (2) English
From an English place name, derived from Old English "sea" and mere "lake".
SHANNON Irish
From Irish Ó Seanáin meaning "descendant of SEANÁN".
SHAPIRO Jewish
Means "pretty, lovely" in Hebrew, from Aramaic.
SHARROW English
Originally a name for someone from Sharrow, England, derived from Old English scearu "boundary" and hoh "point of land, heel".
SHEARER English
English cognate of SCHERER.
SHEENAN Irish
Variant of SHANNON.
SHELTON English
From the name of various English towns, meaning "shelf town" in Old English.
SHEPARD English
Occupational name meaning "shepherd, sheep herder", from Old English sceaphyrde.
SHERAZI Urdu
Urdu form of SHIRAZI.
SHERMAN (1) English
Means "shear man", referring to someone who used shears in his line of work, such as a sheep-shearer.
SHERMAN (2) Jewish
Means "tailor" in Yiddish, derived from שער (sher) meaning "scissors".
SHIMIZU Japanese
From Japanese (shi) meaning "clear, pure, clean" and (mizu) meaning "water".
SHIRAZI Persian
Originally denoted someone who came from the city of Shiraz, located in southern Iran. The city's name is possibly of Elamite origin.
SHRIVER German
German cognate of SCRIVEN.
SIDDALL English
From the name of various English towns, derived from Old English sid "wide" and halh "nook, recess".
SIEBERT German
Derived from the given name SIEGBERT.
SIEGERT German
Derived from the given name SIEGHARD.
SIEKERT German (Rare)
Derived from the given name SIEGHARD.
SIMMONS English
Derived from the given name SIMON (1).
ŠIMONIS Lithuanian
Means "son of SIMONAS".
SIMONIS Dutch
Means "son of SIMON (1)".
SIMPKIN English
From a diminutive of the given name SIMON (1).
SIMPSON English
Means "son of Sim", Sim being a medieval short form of SIMON (1).
SINAGRA (1) Italian
Originally denoted a person from Sinagra on Sicily, possibly derived from Latin sinus "inlet" and ager "field".
SINAGRA (2) Italian
Derived from the given name Senagora, an Italian form of XENAGORAS.
SKEATES English
From the Old Norse nickname or byname skjótr meaning "swift".
SKINNER English
Occupational name for a person who skinned animals, from Old Norse skinn.
SLAVKOV Bulgarian
Means "son of SLAVKO".
SMEDLEY English
From an unidentified place name probably meaning "smooth clearing" in Old English.
SNAIJER Dutch
Dutch cognate of SNYDER.
SNEIJER Dutch
Dutch cognate of SNYDER.
SNIJDER Dutch
Dutch cognate of SNYDER.
SOKOLOF Jewish
Means "son of SOKOL".
SOLBERG Norwegian, Swedish
From a place name, derived from Old Norse sól "sun" and berg "mountain". As a Swedish name it may be ornamental.
SOLDATI Italian
From Italian soldato meaning "soldier", ultimately from Latin solidus, a type of Roman coin.
SOLOMON English, Jewish
Derived from the given name SOLOMON.
SOMOGYI Hungarian
Originally indicated a person from Somogy, a region within Hungary. It may be derived from Hungarian som meaning "cornel tree".
SORIANO Italian
From place names such as Soriano Calabro and Soriano nel Cimino. It is typical of southern Italy.
SOWARDS English, Irish
Possibly a variant of SEWARD (1) or SEWARD (3).
SPEIGHT English
English form of SPECHT, probably a loanword from German or Dutch.
SPENCER English
Occupational name for a person who dispensed provisions to those who worked at a manor, derived from Middle English spense "larder, pantry".
SPIJKER (1) Dutch
Denoted a dweller by or worker at a granary, from Dutch spijker "granary".
SPIJKER (2) Dutch
Occupational name for a nailsmith, from Dutch spijker "nail".
SPILLUM Norwegian
Originally denoted a person from Spillum, Norway.
SPOONER English
Occupational name for a maker of spoons or a maker of shingles, derived from Middle English spone meaning "chip of wood, spoon".
STABILE Italian
From the medieval Italian given name Stabile meaning "stable, firm".
STABLUM Italian
Northern Italian name derived from Latin stabulum meaning "stable".
STANLEY English
From various place names meaning "stone clearing" in Old English. A notable bearer was the British-American explorer and journalist Sir Henry Morton Stanley (1841-1904).
STANTON English
From one of the many places named Stanton or Staunton in England, derived from Old English stan meaning "stone" and tun meaning "enclosure, town".
STASIUK Ukrainian, Polish
From a diminutive of the given name STANISLAV.
STATHAM English
From the name of a village in the English county of Cheshire, derived from Old English stæð meaning "wharf, landing place" and ham "home, settlement".
STAVROS Greek
From the given name STAVROS.
STAWSKI Polish
Derived from Polish staw meaning "pond".
STEFFEN Low German, English
Derived from the given name STEPHEN.
STENGER German
Occupational name for a post maker, from Old High German stanga "pole".
STEUBEN German
Name for a dweller by a stump of a large tree, from Middle Low German stubbe "stub".
STEWART Scottish
Occupational name for an administrative official of an estate or steward, from Old English stig "house" and weard "guard". The Stewart family (sometimes spelled Stuart) held the Scottish crown for several centuries. One of the most famous members of the Stewart family was Mary, Queen of Scots.
STIEBER German
Derived from Middle High German stiuben meaning "to run away". It may have been given as a nickname to a cowardly person or a thief.
STOLARZ Polish
Occupational name from Polish stolarz meaning "joiner, maker of furniture".
STRANGE English
Derived from Middle English strange meaning "foreign", ultimately from Latin extraneus.
STROBEL German
Diminutive form of STRAUB.
STROMAN German
Means "straw man" in German, an occupational name for a seller of straw.
SULTANA Bengali, Urdu, Maltese
Bengali, Urdu and Maltese form of SULTAN.
SVOBODA Czech
Means "freedom" in Czech. This was a medieval name for a freeman, someone who was not a serf.
SWITZER German
Americanized form of SCHWEITZER.
SYMONDS English
Derived from the given name SIMON (1).
SZARVAS Hungarian
Means "deer" in Hungarian.
SZÉKELY Hungarian
Denoted a person of Székely ancestry. The Székelys are a population of Hungarians who live in central Romania.
SZWEDKO Polish
Variant of SZWEDA.
TAGGART Irish, Scottish
Anglicized form of Irish Mac an tSagairt meaning "son of the priest". This name comes from a time when the rules of priestly celibacy were not strictly enforced.
TAILLER French
Means "tailor" from Old French tailleur.
TAMBOIA Italian
Possibly means "drummer", from Italian tamburo meaning "drum".
TAMBOLI Indian, Marathi
From the Sanskrit word ताम्बूल (tambula) meaning "betel leaves". These leaves are used in rituals and worship, and the name was originally given to a person who grew or sold them.
TAVERNA Italian
From the place name Taverna, common in different parts of Italy. It means "inn, tavern" in Italian.
TAWFEEK Arabic
Alternate transcription of Arabic توفيق (see TAWFIQ).
TEDESCO Italian
From Italian tedesco meaning "German".
TEHRANI Persian
Indicated a person from the Iranian city of Tehran, of unknown meaning.
TERRELL English
Probably derived from the Norman French nickname tirel meaning "to pull", referring to a stubborn person.
TESAŘIK Czech
Diminutive of TESAŘ.
TESSARO Italian
Occupational name meaning "weaver", ultimately from Latin texarius.
THACKER English
Northern Middle English variant of THATCHER.
THORLEY English
From any of the various places in England called Thornley or Thorley, meaning "thorn clearing" in Old English.
THORSEN Danish, Norwegian
Means "son of THOR".
THWAITE English
Indicated a dweller in a forest clearing or pasture, from Old Norse þveit "clearing, pasture".
TIERNEY Irish
From the Irish Ó Tíghearnaigh meaning "descendant of TIGHEARNACH".
TILLENS Flemish
From the Germanic name Thietilo, a medieval diminutive of DIETRICH.
TINDALL English
From Tindale, the name of a town in Cumbria, derived from the name of the river Tyne combined with Old English dæl "dale, valley".
TİRYAKİ Turkish
Possibly from a nickname meaning "stubborn" in Turkish.
TODOROV Bulgarian
Means "son of TODOR".
TOLBERT English
Possibly from a Germanic given name of unknown meaning, the second element of the name is derived from beraht meaning "bright, famous".
TOLKIEN German
Derived from Saxon tollkühn meaning "foolhardy". A famous bearer was the English author J. R. R. Tolkien (1892-1973).
TOSELLI Italian
Diminutive form of TOSI.
TOSETTI Italian
Diminutive form of TOSI.
TRAPANI Italian
From the name of the Sicilian city of Trapani, derived from Greek δρεπανη (drepane) meaning "sickle".
TRAVERE French
French variant of TRAVERS.
TRAVERS English, French
From an English and French place name that described a person who lived near a bridge or ford, or occasionally as an occupational name for the collector of tolls at such a location. The place name is derived from Old French traverser (which comes from Late Latin transversare), which means "to cross".
TRAVERT French
French variant of TRAVERS.
TRAVISS English
English variant of TRAVERS.
TRAYLOR English
Meaning unknown.
TRELOAR English
Originally denoted a person from a place of this name in Cornwall, England.
TRITTEN German
Originally denoted someone who lived by a set of steps, from Middle High German trit "step".
TSCHIDA German
Possibly derived from a Slavic given name of unknown meaning.
TSUKUDA Japanese
From Japanese (tsukuda) meaning "cultivated rice field".
TSUNODA Japanese
From Japanese (tsuno) meaning "point, corner" and (da) meaning "field, rice paddy".
TUNISON Dutch
Americanized form of TEUNISSEN.
UCCELLO Italian
Means "bird" in Italian, either a nickname for a person who resembled a bird or an occupational name for a birdcatcher.
ULFSSON Swedish
Means "son of ULF".
VACCARO Italian
Occupational name meaning "cowherd" in Italian.
VALENTA Czech
Derived from the given name VALENTIN.
VALENTI Italian
Patronymic from the given name Valente, an Italian form of VALENS. A famous bearer of the surname was Jack Valenti (1921-2007), advisor to American president Lyndon Johnson.
VALERIO Italian
From the given name VALERIO.
VAN ALST Dutch
Means "from Aalst", the name of towns in Belgium and the Netherlands, which is possibly from Germanic alhust meaning "living place".
VAN ASCH Dutch
Variant of VAN AS.
VANCHEV Bulgarian
Means "son of VANCHO" in Bulgarian.
VANČURA Czech
Derived from the given name VÁCLAV.
VAN DONK Dutch
Means "from the hill", derived from Dutch donk meaning "(sandy) hill".
VAN HEEL Dutch
Means "from Heel", a small town in the province of Limburg in the Netherlands.
VAN HORN Dutch
Dutch form of HORN.
VAN LAAR Dutch
Derived from Dutch laar (plural laren), which means "open spot in the forest". These areas were used to graze cattle for example.
VASILEV Bulgarian, Russian
Means "son of VASIL".
VÁSQUEZ Spanish
Means "son of VASCO".
VASYLYK Ukrainian
Derived from the given name VASYL.
VAUGHAN Welsh
From Welsh bychan meaning "little". It was a descriptive name to distinguish father from son.
VENCZEL Hungarian
Derived from the given name VENCEL.
VENTURA Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
From the given names BONAVENTURA (Italian), BUENAVENTURA (Spanish) and BOAVENTURA (Portuguese).
VERBOOM Dutch
Means "from the tree" in Dutch.
VERVERS Dutch
Occupational name derived from Dutch verver meaning "dyer, painter".
VESCOVI Italian
Derived from Italian vescovo meaning "bishop".
VICARIO Spanish, Italian
Means "vicar" in Spanish and Italian, an ecclesiastic title used to denote a representative of a bishop. It is derived from Latin vicarius meaning "substitute, deputy".
VICTORS English
Derived from the given name VICTOR.
VINCENT (1) English, French
From the given name VINCENT.
VINCENT (2) Irish
Anglicized form of Irish Mac Dhuibhinse meaning "son of Duibhinse", a given name meaning "black island".
VOCLAIN French
From the Old French given name VAUQUELIN.
VORONIN Russian
Derived from Russian ворона (vorona) meaning "crow".
VUKOVIĆ Serbian, Croatian
Derived from the given name VUK.
WALLACE Scottish, English, Irish
Means "foreigner, stranger, Celt" from Norman French waleis (of Germanic origin). It was often used to denote native Welsh and Bretons. A famous bearer was the 13th-century Sir William Wallace of Scotland.
WALLACH Yiddish
From Middle High German walch meaning "foreigner (from a Romance country)".
WALTERS English
Derived from the given name WALTER.
WALTHER German
From the given name WALTHER.
WARWICK English
From the name of an English town, itself derived from Old English wer "weir, dam" and wíc "village, town".
WATKINS English
Derived from the Middle English given name Wat or Watt, which was a diminutive of the name WALTER.