From Sino-Korean 林 (im)
, making it the Korean form of LIN
, or 任 (im)
of uncertain meaning, making it the Korean form of REN
JUGHASHVILI Georgian (Rare)
Meaning uncertain. One theory suggests Ossetian roots with the meaning "son of the herder"
, derived from Ossetian дзуг (dzug)
meaning "herd, flock, troop". Alternately, it could be derived from the name of the village of ჯუღაანი (Jughaani)
in eastern Georgia. The most notable bearer was Joseph Stalin (1878-1953), born Ioseb Jughashvili, a leader of the Soviet Union.
From Japanese 久 (ku)
meaning "long time ago" and 保 (ho)
From Japanese 武 (mu)
meaning "military, martial" and 藤 (tō)
meaning "wisteria". The final character may indicate a connection to the Fujiwara clan.
YU (1) Chinese
From Chinese 于 (yú)
meaning "in, on, at"
. According to legend, King Wu of Zhou bestowed the realm of Yu to his second son, who subsequently adopted this as his surname.