BelcherEnglish From a Middle English version of Old French bel chiere meaning "beautiful face". It later came to refer to a person who had a cheerful and pleasant temperament.
BloodworthEnglish Originally indicated someone from the town of Blidworth in Nottinghamshire, which was derived from the Old English byname Blīþa (meaning "happy, blithe") combined with worð "enclosure".
Sommer 1German, English Means "summer", from Old High German sumar or Old English sumor. This was a nickname for a cheerful person, someone who lived in a sunny spot, or a farmer who had to pay taxes in the summer.
SonnenGerman Means "sun" from Middle High German sunne. It probably denoted someone of cheerful temperament or a person who lived in a sunny area.
ThrussellEnglish From Old English þrostle meaning "song thrush", referring to a cheerful person.
VeselýCzech From a nickname meaning "cheerful" in Czech.
Waller 1English Derived from Old French gallier meaning "person with a pleasant temper".