Surnames Categorized "wealth"

This is a list of surnames in which the categories include wealth.
Afolayan Western African, Yoruba
Means "walks like a wealthy person, walks with confidence" in Yoruba.
Argyris Greek
Means "silver" in Greek.
Kaneko Japanese
From Japanese (kane) meaning "gold, metal, money" and (ko) meaning "child".
Kanemaru Japanese
From Japanese (kane) meaning "gold, metal, money" and (maru) meaning "circle, round, whole".
McCrae Scottish
Variant of McRae.
McRae Scottish
From Gaelic Mag Raith meaning "son of Rath", a given name meaning "prosperity" or "grace".
Mittelman Jewish
Nickname for a man of moderate means, from Yiddish, ultimately from Old High German mittil "means, resources".
O'Mooney Irish
From the Irish Ó Maonaigh meaning "descendant of Maonaigh". The given name Maonaigh means "wealthy".
Penny English
Nickname meaning "penny, coin" from Old English penning.
Pfenning German
From Old High German pfenning meaning "penny, coin". It was used in reference to feudal tax obligations.
Power 2 English
From Middle English povre meaning "poor", via Old French from Latin pauper. It could have been a nickname for someone who had no money or a miser.
Reich German, Jewish
Nickname for a wealthy or powerful person, from Old High German rihhi "rich, powerful".
Richelieu French
From the name of the town of Richelieu, derived from French riche "wealthy" and lieu "place". The historic figure Cardinal Richelieu (1585-1642), born Armand du Plessis, was so-called because he became the first Duke of Richelieu. He appears in Alexander Dumas' novel The Three Musketeers (1844).
Rico Spanish, Portuguese
From a nickname meaning "rich, wealthy" in Spanish and Portuguese.
Scarsi Italian
Nickname for a poor or miserly person, from Italian scarso "scarce, scant".
Sterling Scottish
Derived from city of Stirling, which is itself of unknown meaning.
Tomioka Japanese
From Japanese (tomi) meaning "wealth, abundance" and (oka) meaning "hill, ridge".
Wechsler German, Jewish
Means "money changer, banker", from German wechseln "to exchange".