Browse Submitted Surnames

This is a list of submitted surnames in which the person who added the name is ShioTanbo1.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Northland English
Meaning "North land".
Nosawa Japanese
No means "field, plain" and sawa means "swamp, marsh".
Noshima Japanese
No means "field, rice paddy, wilderness" and shima means "island".
Nota Japanese
Variant of Noda meaning "field, rice paddy".
Noto Japanese
No means "wilderness, field, plain" and to means "wisteria" or "door".
Notoh Japanese
Variant of Noto.
Notou Japanese
Variant of Noto.
Noye English
Patronymic form of the biblical male given name Noah.
Numa Japanese
Numa means "marsh, swamp".
Obara Japanese
It's written like : 小 (O meaning small) and Bara meaning "Plain". Masakazu Obara's last name is pronounced like this. He is an anime director, he worked on Accel World.
Odate Japanese
O means "big, great" and date is a form of tate, which could mean "stand, rise".
Oe Japanese
O means "big, great" and e means "inlet, shore".
Ogai Japanese
Variant of Otani.
Ogaya Japanese
Variant of Otani.
Ogihara Japanese
Ogi means "reed, rush" and hara means "field, plain".
Ogino Japanese
Variant of Okino.
Oguchi Japanese
"Big, great mouth/opening".
Oguma Japanese
Variant of Okuma.
Ogura Japanese
From Japanese 小 (o) meaning "small" and 倉 (kura) meaning "storehouse".
Oguri Japanese
A variant of Okuri.
Oguro Japanese
Variant of Okuro.
Ōhama Japanese
From Japanese 大 (o) meaning "big, great" and 浜 or 濱 (hama) meaning "beach, seashore".
Ohayashi Japanese
This is the less common variant of Kobayashi.
Ohda Japanese
Variant transcription of Oda.
Ohguro Japanese
Variant transcription of Oguro.
Ohka Japanese
A transcription of Oka meaning "Ridge, Hill". It's likely an americanized spelling.
Ohki Japanese
Variant transcription of Oki.
Ohkubo Japanese
Variant transcription of Okubo.
Ohmori Japanese
Variant of Omori.
Ohmura Japanese
Variant transcription of Omura.
Ohsuka Japanese
Variant transcription of Osuka.
Ohto Japanese
Variant transcription of Oto.
Ohtsuka Japanese
Variant transcription of Otsuka.
Ohtsuki Japanese
Variant transcription of Otsuki.
Ohwada Japanese
Variant transcription of Owada.
Oiwa Japanese
From 大 (ō) meaning “big, large” and 岩 (iwa) meaning “rock”.
Ojima Japanese
Variant of Oshima.
Okai Japanese
Oka means "mound, hill" and i means "well, mineshaft, pit".
Okasaka Japanese
Oka means "mound, hill" and means "slope, hill".
Okasaki Japanese
Oka means "mound, hill" and saki means "cape, promontory peninsula".
Okashima Japanese
岡 (Oka) means "ridge, hill" and 島 (shima) means "island".
Okata Japanese
Variant of Okada.
Okatani Japanese
Oka means "ridge, hill" and tani means "valley".
Okiayu Japanese
Oki means "open sea" and ayu means "trout".
Okimatsu Japanese
Matsu means "pine, fir tree" and oki means "open sea".
Okino Japanese
O could mean "big, great" and ki can mean "tree, wood", or it could be spelled as oki meaning "open sea", and no means "field, plain".
Okitani Japanese
Oki could mean "open sea", or it could be spelled as o meaning "big, great", and tani meaning "valley".
Oku Japanese
Oku means "secluded","further out". Manami Oku is a J-pop singer.
Okudaira Japanese
From Japanese 奥 (oku) meaning "inside" and 平 (taira) meaning "level, even, peaceful".
Okuhashi Japanese
Oku means "inside, interior" and hashi means "bridge".
Okui Japanese
Oku means "interior, inside" and i means "well, mineshaft, pit".
Okukawa Japanese (Rare)
Oku means "interior,secluded,further out" and kawa means "river". Minako Okukawa is a fictional character from Yuri!!! On Ice and it's also the name of a company.
Okuno Japanese
From Japanese 奥 (oku) meaning "inside" and 野 (no) meaning "field, wilderness".
Okuri Japanese
O means "big, great" and kuri means "chestnut".
Okutani Japanese
Oku means inside, interior" and tani means "valley".
Omine Japanese
O means "big, great, large" and mine means "peak".
Omura Japanese
O means "big, huge, great" and mura means "bamlet, village". ... [more]
Onaga Japanese
O means "big, great" and naga means "long, cheif".
Onishi Japanese
From Japanese 大 (o) meaning "big, great" and 西 (nishi) meaning "west".
Onoe Japanese
O means "Big, great", No means "plain", and E means "inlet, shore."
Onogi Japanese
O means "large, big", no means "field", and gi is a form of ki meaning "tree, wood".
Onoki Japanese
O means "large, big", no means "field", and ki means"tree, wood".
Onota Japanese
Variant of Onoda.
Oono Japanese
Varianr of Ono.
Ootake Japanese
Ootake means "Big, great bamboo."
Ootono Japanese (Rare)
Oo means "big, great, large, huge" and tono is an outdated honorific that literally means "lord".
Osaka Japanese
O means "Big" and Saka means "Hill, Slope".
Osato Japanese
O means "big" and sato means "hamlet, village, town".
Osawa Japanese
From Japanese 大 (o) meaning "big, great" and 沢 or 澤 (sawa) meaning "marsh".
Osu Japanese
Variant transcription of Ousu.
Otake Japanese
O means "great, big" and take means "bamboo".
Otawara Japanese
A notable bearer is Harukiyo Otwara, a daimyo of the Sengoku Period.
Oto Japanese
O means "great, large" and to means "wisteria".
Otsu Japanese
O means "big, great" and tsu means "harbor, seaport".
Ōtsubo Japanese
From Japanese 大 (o) meaning "big, great" and 坪 (tsubo), a traditional unit of measurement equivalent to approximately 3.306 square metres.
Overstreet English
A notable bearer is Chord Paul Overstreet.
Owara Japanese
Variant of Ohara.
Oya Japanese
Variant of Otani.
Oyamada Japanese
O means "small", yama means "mountain", da is a form of ta meaning "field, wilderness, rice paddy".
Oyanagi Japanese
O means "great, big" and yanagi means "willow".
Ozaka Japanese
"Big, great slope". Variant of Osaka.
Ozaki Japanese
A variant of Osaki. O means "Big" and Zaki means "Peninsula, Cape, Promontory".
Ozato Japanese
Variant of Osato.
Ozawa Japanese
From Japanese 小 (o) meaning "small" and 沢 or 澤 (sawa) meaning "marsh".
Ozu Japanese (Rare)
In this surname O can mean "small" and zu means "harbor". ... [more]
Palazzola Italian
Feminine form of Palazzolo.
Parenteau French (Rare), French (Quebec)
Diminutive of Parent. In France, this name is predominantly found in the Poitou-Charentes region.
Patino Italian
From a word meaning "father".
Pedra Spanish
Feminine form of Pedro.