Browse Submitted Surnames

This is a list of submitted surnames in which the meaning contains the keywords holy or time.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Aeg Estonian
Aeg is an Estonian surname meaning "time".
Ajango Estonian
Ajango is an Estonian surname related to "time".
Akehisa Japanese
Ale means "bright" and hisa means "long time ago, lasting".
Akui Japanese
A means "nook", ku means "long time ago, lasting" and i means "well, pit, mineshaft".... [more]
Akutsu Japanese
From Japanese 阿 (a) meaning "ridge, eaves, corner", 久 (ku) meaning "long time ago" and 津 (tsu) meaning "port, harbour".
Apisamaimongkol Thai
From Thai อภิ (aphi) meaning "superhuman, magic knowledge", สมัย (samai) meaning "time, era", and มงคล (mongkhon) meaning "prosperity".
Baraki Ethiopian, Amharic
From the given name Baraki, meaning "one who blesses" in Amharic. It is possibly related to Arabic Barak 2 and Hebrew Baruch, also meaning "blessed".
Beddoes Welsh
“This name derives from Old Welsh name and patronymic surname “Morgetuid / Margetiud”, composed of two elements: “mere” (great, splendid) plus “iudd” (lord). As a personal name the origins are lost in the mists of time but it is certainly pre Roman, however the modern use of the name is commonly taken from Merdydd ap Bleddyn, prince of Powys who died in 1132... [more]
Benedict English
Of Latin origin. Due to an early association as a saint's name and a papal name, often said to mean "blessed." Originally the Latin elements are 'bene-' meaning "good" or as an adverb "well" plus '-dict,' meaning "spoken." Thus, the literal meaning is "well spoken." ... [more]
Benício Portuguese (Brazilian)
Spanish form of Benedict, from the Late Latin name Benedictus, which meant "blessed". A notable bearer is Puerto Rican actor Benicio del Toro (born 1967).
Bonera Italian
Bresciano surname (i.e., concentrated in Brescia, Lombardy, Italy), derived from the medieval Italian given name Bonora or Buonora which in turn meant "(it was a) good hour (when you were born)" from Latin bonus "good" and hora "time, hour".
Bontempo Italian
From the personal name Bontempo, meaning "good time" from Old Italian bono "good" + tempo "time". This was a name bestowed as an expression of gratitude for the birth of a much wanted child.
Bontemps French
From a French word bon temps meaning "good time". One popular bearer of the name is the American poet and novelist Arna Wendell Bontemps (1902-1973).
Budurov Russian
It is believed to mean "The Blessed One" or "Bless You" in Russian.
Bulahan Filipino, Cebuano
Means "lucky, fortunate, blessed" in Cebuano.
Chikahisa Japanese
Chika means "near" and hisa means "long time, long time ago, longevity".
Chronis Greek
From a short form of Greek Polychronis. The word χρόνος (chrónos) itself means "time" in Greek.
Conway Welsh, Scottish, Irish
As a Welsh surname, it comes from the name of a fortified town on the coast of North Wales (Conwy formerly Conway), taken from the name of the river on which it stands. The river name Conwy may mean "holy water" in Welsh.... [more]
Dorsainvil Haitian Creole
Ornamental name derived from French d'or meaning "of gold" combined with saint "holy" and vil "settlement" (the Haitian Creole spelling of French ville).
Ermiş Turkish
Means "saint, holy person" in Turkish.
Espírito Santo Portuguese
Means “Holy Spirit” in Portuguese.... [more]
Espíritu Spanish
From a short form of Spanish del Espíritu Santo meaning "of the Holy Spirit, of the Holy Ghost" (Latin Spiritus Sanctus), which was the second part of religious compound names formed from the bearer's given name and del Espíritu Santo... [more]
Evermore English
From ever + more, meaning "at all times; all the time; forever, eternally;" Replacing evermo from Old English æfre ma.
From Swedish
From Swedish from "pious, devout, religious, holy".
Gwynne Welsh
Means "white" or "blessed"
Halliwell English
Derived from various place names in England named with Old English halig "holy" and well "spring, well".
Hallowell English
Variant of Halliwell meaning "holy spring".
Halpern Jewish
Habitational name for someone originally from the city of Heilbronn in Germany, derived from Old High German heil meaning "whole" or "holy" combined with brunno meaning "well".
Hatsune Popular Culture, Japanese
This is an invented surname. A fictional bearer is the Yamaha engineered Vocaloid and fictional character, Hatsune Miku. It combines the kanji 初 (hatsu) translates to "first time" and 音 (oto) which means sound.
Haverbus Yiddish, Dutch
From Yiddish/Hebrew Haver (חבר) and Baruch (ברוך), thus literally "blessed friend".
Heiliger German
Heiliger means "Holy" or "Holy One" in German.
Helander Swedish
The first element is Hel-, which is probably derived from place names ultimately derived from Swedish helig "holy, sacred, blessed" or the male given name Helge... [more]
Hisada Japanese
From Japanese 久 (hisa) meaning "long time ago" and 田 (da) meaning "field, rice paddy".
Hisaishi Japanese
Hisa means "long time ago, lasting" and ishi means "stone".
Hisamaru Japanese
Hisa means "long time, long time ago, longetivity" and maru means "circle, round".
Hisamoto Japanese
From Japanese 久 (hisa) meaning "long time ago" and 本 (moto) meaning "base, root, origin".
Hisamura Japanese
From Japanese 久 (hisa) meaning "long time ago" and 村 (mura) meaning "town, village".
Hisanaga Japanese
From Japanese 久 (hisa) meaning "long time ago" and 永 (naga) meaning "perpetual, eternal".
Hisano Japanese
Hisa means "long time ago, everlasting" and no means "field, rice paddy".
Hisatomi Japanese
Hisa means "long time ago" and tomi means "wealth, abundance".
Hisatomi Japanese
From Japanese 久 (hisa) meaning "long time ago" and 富 or 冨 (tomi) meaning "wealth, abundance".
Hisazome Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 久 (hisa) meaning "long time" and 染 (zome), the joining continuative form of 染める (someru) meaning "to dye", referring to the process of dying for a long time.
Hollifield English
habitational name from a minor place called as "the holy field" (Old English holegn "holy" and feld "open country") perhaps Holyfield in Waltham Holy Cross (Essex) or less likely for linguistic reasons Hellifield (Yorkshire).
Holyoak English
Habitational name from Holy Oakes (Leicestershire) or else a topographic name from residence near a "holy oak" (or "gospel oak") from Middle English holy "holy" and oke "oak" (from Old English halig and ac).
Homura Japanese
This surname is used as 保村, 甫村 or 穂村 with 保 (ho, hou, tamo.tsu) meaning "guarantee, keep, preserve, protect, support, sustain", 甫 (fu, ho, haji.mete, suke) meaning "for the first time, not until", 穂 (sui, ho) meaning "crest (of wave), ear, ear (of grain), head" and 村 (son, mura) meaning "town, village."... [more]
Jiranorraphat Thai
From Thai จิระ (chira) meaning "long time, long space", นร (nora) meaning "man", and ภัทร (phatthra) meaning "good, prosperous".
Kadosh Hebrew
Means "holy" in Hebrew.
Kalahasthi Sanskrit
It is derived from the Sanskrit words “kala,” which mean “time”, and “hasthi,” which means “elephant”. Together, the name means “the elephant of time,” which is a reference to the goddess Kali, who is often depicted riding on the back of an elephant... [more]
Kamoto Japanese
This surname is used as 加本, 嘉本, 家本, 賀本, 下元, 嘉元 or 賀元 with 加 (ka, kuwa.eru, kuwa.waru) meaning "add(ition), Canada, include, increase, join," 嘉 (ka, yoi, yomi.suru) meaning "applaud, esteem, praise," 家 (ka, ke, ie, uchi, ya) meaning "expert, family, home, house, performer, professional," 賀 (ga, ka) meaning "congratulations, joy," 下 (ka, ge, o.riru, kuda.saru, kuda.ri,, sa.garu, sa.geru, shita, shimo, moto) meaning "below, descend, down, give, inferior, low," 本 (hon, moto) meaning "book, main, origin, present, real, true" and 元 (gan, gen, moto) meaning "beginning, former time, origin."
Kenwyn Cornish (Rare)
This surname is derived from the name of a town and river in Cornwall, England (called Keynwynn in Cornish). It is said that the name is derived from Cornish keyn meaning "back, keel, ridge" and gwynn meaning "white, fair, blessed."
Koigakubo Japanese
Koi means "love", ga is a language particle, ku means "long time ago, lasting" and bo means "guarantee, protect".
Kokubo Japanese
From Japanese 小 (ko) meaning "small", 久 (ku) meaning "long time ago" and 保 (ho) meaning "protect".
Kubota Japanese
From the Japanese 久 (ku or hisa) "long time," 保 (bo or ho) "protect," "guaratee," "keep" and 田 (ta or da) "rice paddy." The first two characters can also be written as 窪 (kubo) "hollow."
Kubota Japanese
From Japanese 久 (ku) meaning "long time ago", 保 (ho) meaning "protect" and 田 (ta) meaning "field, rice paddy".
Kuboyama Japanese
From Japanese 久 (ku) meaning "long time ago", 保 (ho) meaning "protect" and 山 (yama) meaning "mountain".
Kudou Japanese
From 久 (ku) "long time" and 遠 (tou/dou) "distant" OR from 工 (ku) "construction" and 藤 (dou) "wisteria."
Kuga Japanese
From the Japanese 久 (ku or hisa) "long time," and 我 (ga) "self."
Kuhara Japanese (Rare)
Ku means "long time" and hara means "plain, field".
Kujikawa Japanese
From Japanese 久 (ku) meaning "long time ago", 慈 (ji) meaning "mercy", and 川 (kawa) meaning "river".
Kuma Japanese
Kuma could mean "bear", or it could be written with ku meaning "long lasting, long time ago" and ma meaning "horse" or "flax".
Kumaki Japanese (Rare)
The kanji in Anri Kumaki's name reads, Kuma ("Bear") + Ki ("Tree"). She is a singer and songwriter. There might be other combinations too, probably being , Ku ("Long Time") + Maki 1 ("Shepard").
Kume Japanese
From Japanese 久 (ku) meaning "long time ago" and 米 (me) meaning "rice".
Kuno Japanese
From Japanese 久 (ku) meaning "long time ago" and 野 (no) meaning "field, wilderness".
Kuse Japanese
Ku means "long time ago" and se means "world"
Kutlu Turkish
Means "auspicious, blessed, happy, holy, lucky" in Turkish.
Kuze Japanese
Ku means "long time ago" and ze comes from ze meaning "world".
Lahaylahay Filipino, Cebuano
Means "to pass time" in Cebuano.
Mapalad Filipino, Tagalog
Means "fortunate, lucky, blessed" in Tagalog.
M'Bareck Western African
Derived from Arabic مُبَارَك (mubārak) meaning "blessed, fortunate, lucky" (chiefly Mauritanian).
Morabito Italian
Ultimately from Arabic مُرَابِط (murabit) "holy man, one who preaches in the street; soldier stationed in an outpost", from which comes Sicilian murabitu "moderate, sober" and murabbiu "teetotal".
Morikubo Japanese
From Japanese 森 (mori) meaning "forest", 久 (ku) meaning "long time" and 保 (bo) meaning "protect".
Motome Japanese (Rare)
This surname is used as 求, 元目 or 求馬 with 求 (kyuu, gu, moto.meru) meaning "demand, request, require, want, wish for", 元 (gan, gen, moto) meaning "beginning, former time, origin", 目 (boku, moku, ma, me, -me) meaning "care, class, experience, eye, favour, insight, look" and 馬 (ba, uma, uma-, ma, me) meaning "horse."... [more]
Mubarak Arabic, Arabic (Egyptian)
From Arabic مُبَارَك (mubārak) meaning "lucky, blessed".
Ōkubo Japanese
From Japanese 大 (o) meaning "big, great" combined with 久 (ku) meaning "long time ago" and 保 (ho) meaning "protect"... [more]
Õnnis Estonian
Õnnis is an Estonian surname meaning "blessed".
Orimen Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 折 (ori) meaning "occasion; time" or "fold" and 免 (men) meaning "dismissal".
Pangilinan Filipino, Tagalog
Means "place of abstinence" from Tagalog pangilin meaning "abstinence, to abstain" and the suffix -an meaning "place of, time of". It was used to denote abstinence from certain foods for religious purposes.
Polychronakis Greek
The suffix 'akis' indicates that this name comes from the island of Crete. The precise meaning is unknown, though it is theorised that, as 'poly' means "many" or "much" and 'chron' might be supposed to come from the same root as 'Chronos' meaning "time", the name means "much time" or "long time".
Saint English, French
Nickname for a particularly pious individual, from Middle English, Old French saint, seint "holy" (Latin sanctus "blameless, holy"). The vocabulary word was occasionally used in the Middle Ages as a personal name, especially on the Continent, and this may have given rise to some instances of the surname.
Sakuma Japanese
From Japanese 佐 (sa) meaning "help, aid" combined with 久 (ku) meaning "long time ago" and 間 (ma) meaning "among, between".
Sankey English, Irish
Habitational name from a place in Lancashire, which derived from the name of an ancient British river, perhaps meaning "sacred, holy." ... [more]
Santander Spanish
From the toponymy, it is discussed whether Santander is a derivation of San Emeterio or San Andrés. Due to the proximity of the Basque country (Ander = Andrés) and the tenor of some ancient texts, it can be concluded that it refers to San Andrés... [more]
Saripada Filipino, Maranao
From a title meaning "chief" in Maranao, ultimately from Sanskrit श्रीपाद (shripada) literally meaning "holy foot", derived from श्री (shri) meaning "diffusing light, radiance, splendour, beauty" and पाद (pada) meaning "foot".
Sealy English
Derived from Old English sælig "blessed, fortunate, prosperous, happy" and was used as a term to describe someone with a cheerful, happy disposition.
Seely Medieval English
Means "Blessed", "Happy", and/or "Lucky." By adding an Un- to Seely makes it "Unblessed", "Unhappy", and/or "Unholy." Used primarily in Northern England and Southern Scotland during the Middle English period but is derived from the Old English sǣl and gesǣlig... [more]
Tokimori Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 時 (toki) meaning "time; moment" (referring to the time of purification of oneself, rituals, and praying for the advent of God) and 森 (mori) meaning "forest; woods".
Tokimoto Japanese
Toki means "time" and moto means "origin".
Tokino Japanese
From 時 (toki) meaning "time, moment" and 野 (no) meaning "field, plain".
Tokinoue Japanese (Rare)
Toki means "time", no means "therefore, of", and ue means "above, top, upper".
Totoki Japanese
From Japanese 十 (to) meaning "ten" and 時 (toki) meaning "time".
Toyonaga Japanese
From Japanese 豊 (toyo) meaning "lush, abundant" and 永 (naga) meaning "eternity, a long time".
Tsugue Japanese
Tsu means "harbor, seaport", gu comes from ku meaning "longevity, long time ago", and e means "family, house, residence".
Vesper German
Either a nickname from Latin vesper "6 o’clock in the evening evening time" originally the second to last canonical hour or a habitational name from a place so called on the Ruhr river.
Wagatoki Japanese
Waga means "young" and toki means "time".
Wakuri Japanese (Rare)
This surname is used as 和久利, 和久理, 和久里 or 和栗 with 和 (o, ka, wa,, nago.yaka, yawa.ragu, yawa.rageru) meaning "harmony, Japan, Japanese style, peace, soften", 久 (kyuu, ku, hisa.shii) meaning "long time, old story", 利 (ri, ki.ku) meaning "advantage, benefit, profit", 理 (ri, kotowari) meaning "arrangement, justice, logic, reason, truth", 里 (ri, sato) meaning "league, parent's home, ri (unit of distance - equal to 3.927 km), village" and 栗 (ritsu, ri, kuri, ononoku) meaning "chestnut."... [more]
Weimar German
Habitational name from any of several places called Weimar in Hesse and Thuringia.... [more]
Zeldin Jewish
Means "son of Zelde", a Yiddish female personal name based on Middle High German sælde "fortunate, blessed".