Surnames Categorized "time periods"

This is a list of surnames in which the categories include time periods.
Adesso Italian
Perhaps a nickname for a punctual or fast person, from Italian adesso meaning "now, at this moment".
Averill English
From Middle English aueril, Old French avrill meaning "April", perhaps indicating a person who was baptized in that month.
Day English
From a diminutive form of David.
Di Pasqua Italian
Means "of Easter" in Italian.
Fashingbauer German
From Fasching, a German carnival (Fastnacht meaning "eve of the beginning of the fast", or the time before Lent) celebrated in Austria and Bavaria, and bauer meaning "farmer".
Hayasaka Japanese
From Japanese (haya) meaning "already, now" and 坂 or 阪 (saka) meaning "slope".
Hino Japanese
From Japanese (hi) meaning "sun, day" or (hi) meaning "fire" and (no) meaning "field, wilderness".
Hisakawa Japanese
From Japanese (hisa) meaning "long time ago" and (kawa) meaning "river, stream".
Janvier French
Either from the given name Janvier or the French word janvier meaning "January", perhaps indicating a person who was baptized in that month.
Kratochvil m Czech
Derived from Czech kratochvíle meaning "pastime".
Kubo Japanese
From Japanese (ku) meaning "long time ago" and (ho) meaning "protect".
Lenz German
From a nickname meaning "springtime" in German.
Majewski m Polish
Derived from Polish maj meaning "May". It may have been given in reference to the month the bearer was baptized.
Mochizuki Japanese
Means "full moon" in Japanese, a compound of (mochi) meaning "wish, desire" and (tsuki) meaning "moon".
Mohan Irish
Anglicized form of Irish Ó Mocháin meaning "descendant of Mochán".
Monday 2 English
Denoted a person for whom this was a significant day, often the day they would pay their feudal fees.
Moon 3 Irish
Variant of Mohan.
Morgenstern German, Jewish
Ornamental name meaning "morning star" in German.
Outterridge English
Derived from the Old English given name Uhtric.
Piątek Polish
Means "Friday" in Polish, derived from the word piąty meaning "fifth".
Sabbadin Italian
From a nickname from Italian sabbato "Saturday", a name for one born on that day of the week.
Santoro Italian
Means "all saint's day" in Italian, a nickname for one born on that day.
Sommer 1 German, 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.
Summerfield English
Originally indicated the bearer was from a town of this name, derived from Old English sumor "summer" and feld "field".
Szombathy Hungarian
From Hungarian szombat meaning "Saturday".
Winter English, German, Swedish
From Old English winter or Old High German wintar meaning "winter". This was a nickname for a person with a cold personality.
Zima m & u Czech, Slovak, Polish, Russian
From an Old Slavic word meaning "winter". This may have been a nickname for a person with a chilly personality.