Surnames Categorized "insects"

This is a list of surnames in which the categories include insects.
Bogomolov Russian
Patronymic derived from Russian богомол (bogomol) meaning "pious one, devotionalist".
Dumbledore Literature
From the dialectal English word dumbledore meaning "bumblebee". It was used by J. K. Rowling for the headmaster of Hogwarts in her Harry Potter series of books, first released in 1997.
Fan Chinese
From Chinese (fàn) meaning "bee".
Grillo Italian
From an Italian nickname meaning "cricket", perhaps given originally to a cheerful person (the cricket is associated with cheerfulness).
Hummel 2 German, Dutch
Nickname for a busy person, from Middle Low German and Middle Dutch hommel, Middle High German hummel, all meaning "bee".
Leach English
Originally indicated a person who was a physician, from the medieval practice of using leeches to bleed people of ills.
Luna Spanish
From various places in Spain meaning "moon".
Midgley English
From the English village of Midgley in West Yorkshire, meaning "midge (insect) wood" in Old English.
Moschella Italian
From a diminutive of Italian mosca meaning "housefly", perhaps originally a nickname for an annoying person.
Phạm Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of Fan, from Sino-Vietnamese (phạm). This is the fourth most common surname in Vietnam.
Ragno Italian
From a nickname meaning "spider" in Italian.
Roach English
From Middle English and Old French roche meaning "rock", from Late Latin rocca, a word that may be of Celtic origin. It indicated a person who lived near a prominent rock, or who came from a town by this name (such as Les Roches in Normandy).
Sawyer English
Occupational name meaning "sawer of wood, woodcutter" in Middle English, ultimately from Old English sagu meaning "saw". Mark Twain used it for the main character in his novel The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876).
Sexton English
Occupational name for a sexton (Middle English sexteyn), a caretaker for a church or graveyard.
Slater English
Occupational name indicating that an early member worked covering roofs with slate, from Old French esclat "shard", of Germanic origin.
Swift English
Nickname for a quick person, from Old English swift.
Tafani Italian
From the nickname tafano meaning "gadfly", indicating an annoying person.
Vespa Italian
From an Italian nickname meaning "wasp".
Żukowski Polish
From various Polish towns named Żukowo or Żuków, which are derived from żuk "beetle".