Surnames Categorized "nationalities"

This is a list of surnames in which the categories include nationalities.
Bulgarelli Italian
Diminutive of Bulgari.
Bulgari Italian
Originally denoted a person who came from Bulgaria, which is named after the Turkic tribe of the Bulgars, itself possibly from a Turkic root meaning "mixed".
Fleming English
Given to a person who was a Fleming, that is a person who was from Flanders in the Netherlands.
Franzese Italian
From a nickname that indicated a person who came from France. It is typical of the area around Naples.
Görög Hungarian
Means "Greek" in Hungarian.
Horvat Croatian, Slovene
From Croatian and Slovene Hrvat meaning "Croat, person from Croatia".
Langlais French
Means "the Englishman" in French.
Macar Turkish
Means "Hungarian" in Turkish.
Magyar Hungarian
Means "Hungarian" in Hungarian.
Niemec Polish
Means "German" in Polish.
Oláh Hungarian
Means "Romanian" in Hungarian, from old Slavic volhu "Romance-speaker" (of Germanic origin).
Olasz Hungarian
Means "Italian" in Hungarian, from old Slavic volhu "Romance-speaker" (of Germanic origin).
Orosz Hungarian
Means "Russian" in Hungarian.
Polák Czech
Means "Pole, person from Poland" in Czech.
Portoghese Italian
Means "Portuguese" in Italian.
Ruotsalainen Finnish
Means "Swede" in Finnish.
Rusnak Polish
Means "Russian" in Polish.
Schweitzer German
Indicated a person from Switzerland (see Schweiz).
Șerban Romanian
Means "a Serb" in Romanian.
Slovák Czech, Slovak
Originally described one who was from Slovakia.
Svéd Hungarian
Means "Swedish" in Hungarian.
Szwed Polish
Variant of Szweda.
Szweda Polish
Derived from Polish Szwed meaning "Swede, person from Sweden".
Szwedko Polish
Variant of Szweda.
Tedesco Italian
From Italian tedesco meaning "German".
Török Hungarian
Means "Turkish" in Hungarian.
Tót Hungarian
Derived from Hungarian tót, which means "Slovak" or "Slovene".
Turchi Italian
Means "Turkish" in Italian.
Ungaro Italian
Means "Hungarian" in Italian.
Ungur Romanian
Romanian form of Ungaro.
Venäläinen Finnish
Means "Russian" in Finnish. This name was originally used by the ethnic Finns who lived on the Russian side of the border.
Walsh English, Irish
From Old English wælisc meaning "foreigner, stranger, Celt".