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This is a list of submitted surnames in which the meaning contains the keyword bull.
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Bellock English, Irish
Meaning "young bull". It was a nickname for energetic people, or those who owned bulls.
Boğa Turkish
Means "bull" in Turkish.
Bool English
This surname derives from the Old English pre 7th Century bula, or the Medieval English bulle, bolle, meaning "bull", and was given as a nickname to one with great physical strength.
Brau Italian
Meaning uncertain, possibly from the dialectical term brau, meaning "wild, untamed" in Sardinian and "brave, fierce" or "bull" in Catalan, or from blau "blue, turquoise".
Bulstrode English
Locational surname referring to the medieval village of Bulstrode in Berkshire. ... [more]
Bykov Russian
From byk, meaning "bull".
Chukho Circassian (Russified)
Derived from Adyghe цу (c°) meaning "ox, bull, buffalo" and шъхьэ (ŝḥă) meaning "head".
Demiri Albanian
It means "young bull".
Fois Italian
From a Sardinian nickname, related to Latin bos "bull, ox".
Knatchbull English
A nickname from Old English knatch "to strike" + bull "bull", indicating strength.
LeBoeuf French
Nickname for a powerfully built man, derived from French boeuf meaning "bull", with the definite article le. In some cases it may have been originally a metonymic occupational name for a herdsman.
Niu Chinese
From Chinese 牛 (niú) meaning "cow, ox, bull".
Pühvel Estonian
Pühvel is an Estonian surname meaning "buffalo (wisent)" and "bull".
Simbeck German
Originates from the German prefix sim meaning "of the head" and the German word becka meaning "bull". When combined in this order, the meaning was "bull-headed", meaning stubborn and obstinant.
Tauro Italian
Taken from the words "bull" or "ox".
Toro Spanish, Italian
Either a habitational name from Toro in Zamora province. Compare De Toro . Or a nickname for a lusty person or for someone who owned a bull or a metonymic occupational name for a tender of bulls or possibly for a bull fighter from toro "bull" (from Latin taurus).
Toros Greek
From Latin taurus "bull", Greek version of the Italian surname Toro.
Ushi Japanese
Ushi means "cow, bull, ox, secind sign of the Chinese zodiac".
Ushijima Japanese
From Japanese 牛 (ushi) meaning "cow, bull, ox" and 島 (shima) meaning "island".
Ushisawa Japanese
From 牛 (ushi) meaning "cow, bull, ox, 2nd sign of the Chinese zodiac" and 澤 or 沢 (sawa) meaning "marsh, swamp".
Ushishima Japanese
Ushi means "cow, bull, ox, second sign of the Chinese zodiac" and shima means "island".