Surnames of Length 9

This is a list of surnames in which the length is 9.
Szabolcsi Hungarian
From the name of the Szabolcs region in Hungary, derived from the given name Szabolcs.
Szombathy Hungarian
From Hungarian szombat meaning "Saturday".
Szymański Polish
From the given name Szymon.
Tachibana Japanese
From Japanese (tachibana) meaning "orange, tangerine".
Tahirović Bosnian
Means "son of Tahir".
Takahashi Japanese
From Japanese (taka) meaning "tall, high" and (hashi) meaning "bridge".
Taniguchi Japanese
From Japanese (tani) meaning "valley" and (kuchi) meaning "mouth, entrance".
Tarantino Italian
Locational name that originally designated a person who came from Taranto, a city in southeastern Italy, which was originally called Τάρας (Taras) by Greek colonists. A famous bearer of this name is the American director Quentin Tarantino (1963-).
Targaryen Literature
Created by author George R. R. Martin for his series A Song of Ice and Fire, published beginning 1996, and the television adaptation Game of Thrones (2011-2019). The Targaryens were the rulers of Westeros for almost 300 years until shortly before the beginning of the first novel. The name is presumably from the Valyrian language, though Martin provides no explanation of the meaning.
Tarpinian Armenian
Alternate transcription of Armenian Դարբինյան (see Darbinyan).
Tennfjord Norwegian
Originally denoted a person from Tennfjord, Norway.
Terranova Italian
Means "new land" in Italian.
Teunissen Dutch
Means "son of Teunis".
Thompkins English
From a diminutive of the given name Thomas.
Thompsett English
From a diminutive of the given name Thomas.
Thrussell English
From Old English þrostle meaning "song thrush", referring to a cheerful person.
Tiedemann Low German
Derived from the given name Tiedemann.
Tittensor English
Indicated a person from Tittensor, England, which means "Titten's ridge".
Tkachenko Ukrainian
Derived from Ukrainian ткач (tkach) meaning "weaver".
Trumbauer German
Possibly from Middle High German trame "rafter, frame" and bauer "peasant, neighbour".
Tsvetanov Bulgarian
Means "son of Tsvetan".
Tumicelli Italian
Possibly from a diminutive of the given name Bartolomeo.
Underhill English
Means "dweller at the foot of a hill", from Old English under and hyll.
Underwood English
Means "dweller at the edge of the woods", from Old English under and wudu.
Ungaretti Italian
Diminutive of Ungaro.
Ungureanu Romanian
From Romanian ungur meaning "Hungarian".
Valentini Italian
Means "son of Valentino".
Van Alphen Dutch
Means "from Alphen", a town in the Netherlands. It is derived from the name of the Roman fort Albaniana, itself from Latin albus "white".
Van Amstel Dutch
Means "from Amstel", a Dutch river that means "water area".
Van Baarle Dutch
Means "from Baarle", a town in both the Netherlands and Belgium.
Van der Zee Dutch
Means "from the sea" in Dutch. The original bearer may have been someone who lived on the coast.
Van Hassel Dutch
Means "from Hassel", a town in Lower Saxony, Germany. It may be derived from Old Dutch hasal meaning "hazel tree".
Van Herten Dutch
Means "from Herten", a small town in the province of Limburg in the Netherlands. The town's name comes from Dutch herten, the plural of hert meaning "deer".
Van Houten Dutch
Means "from forests", derived from Dutch hout "forest".
Van Rompuy Flemish
Variant of Van Rompaey. A famous bearer is the Flemish politician Herman Van Rompuy (1947-), a Prime Minister of Belgium.
Van Rossum Dutch
Means "from Rossum", a town in the province of Gelderland in the Netherlands. It is mentioned as Rotheheim in a 9th-century document, and is derived from Dutch rothe "cleared area in a forest" and heim "home".
Van Tonder Dutch
Means "from Tønder", a town in Denmark near the German border.
Van Wieren Frisian, Dutch
Means "from Wieren". This is the name of towns in Frisia and other parts of the Netherlands, which mean "seaweed".
Vardanyan Armenian
Means "son of Vardan".
Vartanian Armenian
Alternate transcription of Armenian Վարդանյան (see Vardanyan).
Vasilescu Romanian
Means "son of Vasile".
Vasylenko Ukrainian
From the given name Vasyl.
Velásquez Spanish
Derived from the given name Velasco.
Velázquez Spanish
Derived from the given name Velasco.
Verhoeven Dutch
Means "from the farm" in Dutch, derived from hoeve "farm", and so indicated a person who lived on a farm.
Vermeulen Flemish
Means "from the mill" in Dutch.
Vernersen Danish
Means "son of Verner".
Voltolini Italian
From the name of the alpine valley of Valtellina in Lombardy, northern Italy.
Von Brandt German
Means "from the area cleared by fire", from Middle High German brant.
Wakefield English
Originally indicated a person who came from the English city of Wakefield, derived from Old English wacu "wake, vigil" and feld "field".
Waldvogel Jewish
Ornamental name derived from German Wald meaning "forest" and Vogel meaning "bird".
Walterson English
Means "son of Walter".
Waxweiler German
Denoted a person from Waxweiler, a village in the Eifel region of Germany.
Westbrook English
From the name of places in England, derived from Old English west "west" and broc "brook, stream".
Whitehead English
Nickname for someone with white or light-coloured hair, from Old English hwit "white" and heafod "head".
Wieczorek Polish
From a nickname meaning "bat" in Polish, ultimately from wieczór meaning "evening".
Wildgrube German
From the name of a German town, derived from German wild "wild, untamed" and Grube "hollow, pit".
Wilkerson English
Means "son of Wilkin".
Wilkinson English
Means "son of Wilkin".
Willemsen Dutch
Means "son of Willem".
Yamagishi Japanese
From Japanese (yama) meaning "mountain" and (kishi) meaning "beach, shore, bank".
Yamaguchi Japanese
From Japanese (yama) meaning "mountain" and (kuchi) meaning "mouth, entrance". Olympic figure-skating champion Kristi Yamaguchi (1971-) bears this name.
Yamashita Japanese
From Japanese (yama) meaning "mountain" and (shita) meaning "under, below".
Yoshinaga Japanese
From Japanese (yoshi) meaning "good luck" and (naga) meaning "perpetual, eternal".
Zahradník Czech
Derived from Czech zahrada meaning "garden". It referred to someone who owned less land than a Sedlák or a Dvořák, but more land than a Chalupník.
Żbikowski Polish
From Polish towns named Żbikowice or Żbików, which are derived from żbik "wildcat".
Zdunowski Polish
Denoted a person from one of the various towns named Zduny in Poland, which is derived from Polish zdun meaning "potter". It can also be an occupational surname derived directly from zdun.
Zellweger German (Swiss)
Originally denoted a person from the Appenzell region of Switzerland. The place name is derived from Latin abbatis cella meaning "estate of the abbot". A famous bearer is actress Renée Zellweger (1969-).
Zieliński Polish
From Polish zieleń meaning "green". It was possibly a nickname for a person who dressed in green clothing.
Žilinskas Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Zieliński.
Žukauskas Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Żukowski.
Zvirbulis Latvian
Means "sparrow" in Latvian.