Browse Submitted Surnames

This is a list of submitted surnames in which the person who added the name is Darkbone.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Agreste French
French cognate of Agresta. This is also the French word for the grayling butterfly.
Amagi Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 天 (ama) meaning "heaven" and 城 (ki) meaning "castle".
Dōjima Japanese
From Japanese 堂 (dou) meaning "temple, shrine" and 島 (shima) meaning "island".
Enoshima Japanese
From Japanese 江 (e) meaning "bay", ノ (no) which is a particle of possession, and 島 (shima) meaning "island". This can refer to the island in the Kanagawa prefecture.
Hussie English, Irish
Variant of Hussey. A notable bearer is American webcomic author/artist Andrew Hussie (1979-).
Kakuma Japanese
From Japanese 加 (ka) meaning "add, increase" and 隈 (kuma) meaning "corner, shade".
Kawaye Japanese (Americanized)
Americanized form of Kawai.
Kujikawa Japanese
From Japanese 久 (ku) meaning "long time ago", 慈 (ji) meaning "mercy", and 川 (kawa) meaning "river".
Lepley English
From a byname for a cobbler.
Möbus German
Variant of Möbius.
Narukami Japanese
From Japanese 鳴 (naru) meaning "cry" and 上 (kami) meaning "above".
Saffioti Italian
From the place name Punta Safò, a settlement in Briatico.
Sakou Japanese
From Japanese 佐 (sa) meaning "help, aid" and 向 () meaning "facing".
Satonaka Japanese
From Japanese 里 (sato) meaning "village" and 中 (naka) meaning "middle".
Shiomi Japanese
From Japanese 汐 (shio) meaning "salt, tide, opportunity" and 見 (mi) meaning "sight".
Tirado Spanish
Likely a nickname for a person with long limbs, from the Spanish tirado meaning "stretched".
Toyonaga Japanese
From Japanese 豊 (toyo) meaning "lush, abundant" and 永 (naga) meaning "eternity, a long time".
Yabusaki Japanese
From the Japanese 八 (ya) meaning "eight", 武 (bu) which was a traditional unit of measurement approximately equal to 90 centimeters, and 崎 (saki) meaning "cape, peninsula".
Zajc Slovene
From zajec, meaning "hare".
Zieja Polish
Derived from Polish ziajać meaning "to spontaneously/violently show negative feelings". This surname denoted someone who complained often.