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APOLLONI Italian
From the given name Apollonia, which is the Latin feminine form of Apollonios, which in turn was derived from the name of the Greek god Apollo.
CARAMELLA Italian
Name given to a chalumeau player. Italian version of the French surname Caramelle.
CARAMELLE French
Name given to a chalumeau player, derived from the old French chalemel, calamel or chalemie, which in turn were derived from the Latin word calamus meaning "reed". Italian variations of the surname are: Caramella, Caramelli, Caramello (diminutive: Caramellino) and Caramelo.
CASSEL English, French, German
A surname derived from the Latin military term castellum "watchtower, fort". A variant spelling of the word castle. Denoted someone hailing from the commune of Cassel in the Nord départment in northern France or the city of Kassel (spelled Cassel until 1928) in Germany... [more]
DUCHÊNE French
Means "from the oak (tree)", denoted a person who lived near an oak tree or an oak forest.
DUCHESNE French, English
Variant of Duchêne. From the old French chesne meaning "oak", denoted a person who lived near an oak tree or an oak forest.
GANSER German
From the Middle High German word ganser meaning "gander", occupational name for a geese shepherd.
GEISINGER German
Denoted a person from the town of Geising in Germany, which in turn got it's name from the Geisingberg mountain. The Geisingberg most likely got it's name from the Germanic geut or the Early New High German geußen, both meaning "to pour", and the German word Berg meaning "mountain"... [more]
GIESINGER German
Denoted a person from the town of Giesing in Germany. Or perhaps a variant spelling of Geisinger. A famous bearer of this surname is the German singer-songwriter Max Giesinger.
GOETZINGER German
Originally denoted a person who came from an place called Götzing, Götzingen or Goetzingen.... [more]
HASSDENTEUFEL German
A German Satzname, from the expression "Hass den Teufel" meaning "hate the devil".
LEVANT English
Derived from the Italian word levante, meaning "rising" and the French word levant, meaning "to rise". The term entered the English language in 1497 and was used to describe the "Mediterranean lands east of Italy" by referring to the rising of the sun in the east... [more]
LOCKLEAR English
Variant of Lockyer. Locklear is an occupational name of anglo-saxon origin meaning "locksmith".
LOCKYER English
Variant of Locklear. Lockyer is an occupational name of anglo-saxon origin meaning "locksmith".
LORAIN French
Occupational name for a saddler, derived from the Old French word lorain, meaning "a leather strap used on a horse's breastplate".
LORANG French
Surname of uncertain origin. Might be derived from:... [more]
MONCRIEFFE Scottish
Clan Moncreiffe is a Scottish clan. The name is derived from the Scottish Gaelic Monadh croibhe which means "Hill of the sacred bough". The plant badge of Clan Moncreiffe is the oak, this presumably comes from the sacred tree.... [more]