All Submitted Surnames

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Marc French
Derived from the French given name Marc.
Marcantonio Italian
Ancient family, called Marcantonio or Di Marcantonio, of clear and ancestral virtue, flourished in Abruzzo.
Marcato Italian, Venetian
From the given name Marchino.
Marceau French
From the given name Marcel.
Marcel French
From the given name Marcel
Marcelin French, Haitian Creole
From the given name Marcelin.
Marcell Hungarian
From the given name Marcell.
Marcellin French
From the given name Marcellin
Marcellino Italian
From the given name Marcellino
Marcello Italian
From the given name Marcello
Marcelo Spanish, Portuguese
From the given name Marcelo.
Marcet Catalan
Marcet is a name that roughly translates to "Seven Seas" or "The Sea and the Sky" in the Catalan language. The name is unusual in the United States but very common in areas of Spain such as Barcelona, and in neighboring France.
Marcey English
Variant of Mercer.
March English
From the English word meaning, "to walk stiffly and proudly" or possibly from the month.
Marchal French, Walloon
Either a status name or occupational name from Old French mareschal "marshal" (from Late Latin mariscalcus). The term is of ancient Germanic origin (from marah "horse mare" and scalc "servant") and was originally applied to a man who looked after horses... [more]
Marchant French, English, Spanish
Variant of Marchand, from French marchand meaning "merchant, mercantile". Though it is of French origin, it was transferred into the Spanish-speaking world, especially Chile, by French invasion of the Iberian Peninsula.
Marchena Spanish
This indicates familial origin within either of 4 Andalusian localities or 1 Murcian locality.
Marchese Italian
From the title of rank marchése "marquis" (in Italy the rank immediately below that of duke), probably applied as a nickname for someone who behaved like a marquis, or an occupational name for a servant in the household of a marquis... [more]
Marchesini Italian
Derived from the Latin word “marchese,” which means “marquis.” It is a title of nobility that was used in medieval Italy and referred to the leader of a march or border region. It likely refers to someone who was descended from or associated with a marquis or who held a similar position of authority in a border region.
Marchion Romansh
Derived from the given name Martin.
Marchione Italian
Nickname from marchione ‘marquis’, from medieval Latin marchio, genitive marchionis, from Germanic marka ‘borderland’
Marchuk Ukrainian
Possibly a patronymic derived from the given name Marko.
Marcial Spanish, Filipino
From the given name Marcial.
Marciano Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
Derived from the given name Marciano
Marcin Polish
From the given name Marcin.
Marcioni Italian
Means "son of Marcio".
Marciszewski Polish
Habitational name for someone from a place called Marcisze or Marciszów.
Marciuš Croatian
Derived from the Roman name Marcius.
Marcou Greek (Cypriot)
Alternate transcription of Greek Μάρκου (see Markou).
Marcov Russian
Variant of Markov.
Marcus English
Marcus is a surname derived from the given name of Ancient Roman pre-Christian origin derived either from Etruscan Marce of unknown meaning (possibly from the Etruscan "mar" which means "to harvest"), or referring to the god Mars... [more]
Marcusson Swedish
Means "son of Marcus".
Marcy English
Variant of Marcey.
Mård Swedish
Variant of Mårdh.
Mərdanov m Azerbaijani
Means "son of Mərdan".
Mərdanova f Azerbaijani
Feminine form of Mərdanov.
Mardell English
Of debated origin and meaning. Theories include a variant of Marden.
Marean Scottish
Of uncertain origin and meaning; theories include a derivation from Marion.
Maréchal French, Walloon
French cognitive of Marshall and variant of Marchal.
Mareischen Romansh
Derived from the given name Mauritius.
Marengo Italian
Habitational name from Marengo in Alessandria Province or Marengo-Talloria in Cuneo. From Maréngo, Marénco, meaning Of The Sea, Maritime (Medieval Latin Marincus from Mare ‘Sea’), which were often used as personal names or nicknames in the Middle Ages.
Mares Spanish
A quarternary sand used in construction.
Marević Croatian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Maro".
Marfil Spanish
Means "ivory" in Spanish (ultimately of Arabic origin).
Margalit Jewish
Means "pearl" in Hebrew.
Margaritis Greek
From given name Margaritis.
Margarito Spanish (Mexican)
From Spanish margarita "daisy".
Margaryan Armenian
Means "son of Margar" from a given name derived from Old Armenian մարգարէ (margarē) "prophet".
Margolin Jewish
Derived from Hebrew מרגלית (margalit) meaning "pearl".
Margolis Jewish
Derived from Hebrew מרגלית (margalit) meaning "pearl".
Margosian Armenian
patronymic from the personal name Margos, Armenian form of Mark.
Margulis Hebrew
Margulis is a surname that is derived from the Ashkenazi Hebrew pronunciation of the Hebrew word מרגלית (Israeli Hebrew /maʁɡaˈlit/), meaning 'pearl,'
Margvelashvili Georgian
A bearer is Giorgi Margvelashvili, the current president of Georgia.
Marhanatelevocic Obscure
My Father And Mother Combined Their Last Name. My Mother's Was Marhana And My Dad's Was Televocic.
Mari Estonian
Mari is an Estonian surname (and feminine given name), meaning "berry".
Mari Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 鞠 (mari) meaning a type of ancient football used by courtiers.
Mariano Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
From the personal name Mariano
Marigan Irish
unknown
Marigliano Italian
From the town of Marigliano (near naples)
Marigo Italian
Either from Venetian marigo "mayor of a rural village", or from the given name Amerigo.
Marín Galician
This indicates familial origin within either of 4 eponymous localities: the municipality in the Comarca of O Morrazo, the neighborhood of the parish of Xubial, the neighborhood of the parish of Camos in the municipality of Nigrán, or the neighborhood of the parish of Fiestras in the municipality of Silleda.
Marinac Croatian
From marinac, meaning "marine".
Marinaro Italian
Occupational name for a sailor from marinaro (from Late Latin marinus derived from mare "sea").
Marinas Romanian
Derived from the given name Marin.
Marinelli Italian
Means “son of Marino”.
Mariner English, Catalan
Occupational name from Middle English mariner "sailor seaman boatman" (Anglo-Norman French mariner Old French marinier marnier merinier) Catalan mariner (from Late Latin marinarius a derivative of marinus "marine").
Marinescu Romanian
Means "son of Marin".
Marinetti Italian
Variant of Marino. A famous bearer of this surname is Italian poet Filippo Tommaso Marinetti (1876-1944), considered to be the founder of Futurism.
Marinez Spanish
Means "son of Marino" in Spanish.
Marinho Portuguese
From the given name Marinho
Mariño Galician
It indicates familial origin within either of 4 neighborhoods: Mariño in the parish of Marei in the municipality of Corgo, Mariño in the parish of Santaia de Rairiz in the municipality of Santiso, O Mariño in the parish of Taboexa in the municipality of As Neves, or O Mariño in the parish of Goiáns in the municipality of Porto do Son.
Marinuchi Russian
Spelling variation oF "Marinucci"
Mario Italian
There's a popular character named Mario, and his brother, Luigi. Together; they're the Super Mario Bros. They've been very popular since the 80's and came out with the greatest games throughout the 90's, 00's, 10's, and 20's.
Marioglou Greek
Means "son of Marios" in Greek.
Maripan Spanish (Latin American)
Meaning unknown, mostly used in Chile.
Maripuu Estonian
Maripuu is an Estonian surname meaning "berry tree".
Marison English (Rare)
Means “son of Mary”.
Marjamäe Estonian
Marjamäe is an Estonian surname meaning "berry hill/mountain."
Marjoribanks Scottish
Reputedly from the name of a Scottish estate (Ratho-Marjoribankis) bestowed on Robert the Bruce's daughter Marjorie on her marriage in 1316... [more]
Mark English, German, Dutch
Topographic name for someone who lived on a boundary between two districts, from Middle English merke, Middle High German marc, Middle Dutch marke, merke, all meaning "borderland"... [more]
Markaj Albanian
Means "descendant of Mark" in Albanian.
Markarian Armenian
Alternate transcription of Margaryan.
Markell Dutch, German, Slovene (Anglicized)
Dutch and German: from a pet form of the Germanic personal name Markolf, composed of the elements marc, merc ‘boundary’ + wolf ‘wolf’... [more]
Marker German
Status name for someone who lived on an area of land that was marked off from the village land or woodland, Middle High German merkære.
Markes English
Variant spelling of Marks.
Market English
One who lived by a market.
Markham English
English name from a place in Nottinghamshire, named in Old English as 'homestead at a (district) boundary', from mearc 'boundary' + ham 'homestead'. English surname used as an equivalent of Gaelic Ó Marcacháin 'descendant of Marcachán', a diminutive of Marcach (see Markey).
Markianov Russian
Russian form of Markiyanov.
Markin Russian
Means "son of Mark".
Markland English
From Old English mearc meaning "boundary" and lanu meaning "lane", it is a habitational name from a place in the town of Wigan in Greater Manchester, England. It can also be a topographic name for someone who lived by a stretch of border or boundary land, or a status name for someone who held land with an annual value of one mark.
Markley English
From Old English mearc meaning "border, mark" combined with leah meaning "clearing, grove."
Marklund Swedish
Combination of Swedish mark "ground, field" and lund "grove".
Markopoulos Greek
Means "son of Markos".
Markoras Greek
The Greek version of the Italian surname Marcoran.
Markos Greek
From the given name Markos.
Markosyan Armenian
Means "son of Markos".
Markou Greek
Means "son of Markos".
Markovina Croatian
Derived from the forename Marko.
Markovnikov Russian (Rare)
Possibly a variant of Markov.
Marks English
This surname is derived either from the name Mark or from Old English mearc meaning "border, mark."
Marksman English
An occupational surname indicating a person who was a hunter, especially a skilled one.
Markson English
This surname means "son of Mark."
Marku Albanian
Derived from the given name Mark.
Markūnas Lithuanian
patronymic from the personal name Markus, a pet form of Mark.
Márkus Hungarian
From the given name Márkus.
Markússdóttir Icelandic
Means "daughter of Markús" in Icelandic.
Markússon Icelandic
Means "son of Markús" in Icelandic.
Marlborough English
From the name of the market town and civil parish of Marlborough in Wiltshire, England, derived from the Old English given name Mǣrla and beorg meaning "hill, mound".
Marler English (British)
The name Marler might be loosely tied to marl, the type of crumbly clay made up of sand, silt, or clay. The name Marler likely means to mine marl, so they were called Marlers.
Marlock German (Archaic)
Derived from Middle High German and Middle Low German mar(e), denoting an evil elf, a creature that sits on one's chest at night, and Middle High German loc "a lock of hair; hair; mane"... [more]
Marmion English, French, Irish
1. English (of Norman origin) and French: nickname from old French marmion “monkey”, “brat”. ... [more]
Marmolejo Spanish
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous Andalusian municipality.
Marner English, German
Occupational name for a sailor from Anglo-Norman French mariner Middle, High German marnære "seaman". English variant of Mariner.
Marnissi Arabic (Maghrebi)
Meaning unknown.
Marno Northern Irish (?)
My great grandmother's maiden name, born in Belfast, Ireland and lived in Ayr, Scotland
Marohom Filipino, Maranao
From an honorific title bestowed upon deceased sultans, derived from Arabic مرحوم (marhum) meaning "late, deceased".
Marois Norman, Picard, French
topographic name from the Old French words "mareis", "maresc", mareis, marois meaning "marsh" ‘marshy ground’.
Maron Romansh
Derived from a diminutive of the given name Maurus.
Maron English (American)
Americanized form of Maroń.
Maroń Polish
Derived from either the given name Marek or Martin.
Marongiu Italian
From Sardinian marongiu "to hoe, hoeing", from marra "hoe, digging tool".
Maroof Arabic, Urdu
From the given name Maruf.
Marotzke German
Germanized form of Polish Marocki, itself derived from the personal given name Marcin, the Polish form of Martin.
Marouf Arabic
From the given name Maruf.
Marple English
Means "boundary stream" from Old English maere (boundary), and pyll (stream).
Marquant Picard
Picard form of Marchand.
Marquez Spanish
Unaccented variant of Márquez.
Marquillero Filipino
Possibly from Spanish marquillero meaning "materialistic".
Marquina Spanish
Spanish form of any of several Basque towns called "Markina".
Marquis French, English
for someone who behaved like a marquis or an occupational name for a servant in the household of a marquis, from Old Northern French marquis... [more]
Marrakchi Arabic (Maghrebi)
Habitational name for someone originally from the city of Marrakesh in Morocco.
Marrero Italian, Spanish
Maker of spades or hoes. Marra spade
Marriott English, French
Derived from Mary.
Marris English
Variant of Mares.
Marron Spanish
Derived from the French word marron meaning "chestnut", which now means "brown" in Spanish.
Marroquín Spanish (Latin American)
Ethnic Name For Someone From Morocco. This Surname Is Most Common In Central America.
Marroquin Spanish
Spanish or Portuguese
Marrufo Spanish
nickname from marrufo a Portuguese word meaning literally 'lay brother' and figuratively 'cunning sly'
Mars English
From the given name Mars
Marschall Germanic
Meanting Horse Servant
Marselli Catalan
Catalan family that appears in the feudal list of 1355 with a Francis, lord of Chia.
Marsher English
Likely from “marsh”.
Marsland English
Probably derived from some place named as being a boggy place, from Old English mersc meaning "marsh" and land meaning "land". Alternatively, it may be a variant of Markland.
Marsman Dutch
Derived from Middle Dutch marsch, mersch (Southern Dutch meers), meaning "marsh". In some cases, however, it can also be a variant of Meersman.