Browse Submitted Surnames

This is a list of submitted surnames in which the person who added the name is ShioTanbo1.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Perkinson English
"Son of Perkin."
Person English
Americanised version of Persson.
Pfautz German
It was originally given as a nickname for a chubby person.
Piao Chinese
Chinese transcription of the Korean surname Park 1.
Poulos Greek
Denotes kinship. Derived from the Latin pullus, meaning "offspring, chick"
Purdie English
It means "by God" in Norman French.
Reyna Spanish
This could be transferred use of the first name Reyna, a variant of Reina, which means "queen".
Ridges English
Variant of Ridge.
Ridout English
A variant of the other surname Rideout.
Rinbayashi Japanese (Rare)
It's written like this: 林林. Both rin and hayashi mean "forest". This is because rin is the Chinese reading called onyomi, and hayashi is the Japanese reading called kunyomi.
Risley English
It means "brushwood clearing".
Robbs English
This possibly means "Son of Rob(ert)".
Robeson English
This is possibly a variant of Robson.
Rokuno Japanese
Roku means "six" and no means "field, wilderness".
Rosco English
Variant of Roscoe.
Rosemary English
From the plant, meaning "dew of the sea".
Rou French
Variant of Roux.
Rough English
A topographic name referring to a dwelling with uncultivated ground, ultimately deriving from Olde English ruh meaning "rough".
Ryuen Japanese (Rare)
龍 (Ryuu) means "Dragon" and 円 (En) means "Circle, Round". En also can also mean "Garden" in this surname. ... [more]
Ryumine Japanese
竜/龍 (Ryu) means "Dragon, Imperial" and 嶺,峰,峯 (Mine) means "Peak, Summit, Mountaintop".
Ryusaki Japanese
Ryu means "dragon" or "imperial" and Saki means "peninsula".
Ryuuen Japanese
Most common transcription of Ryuen, meaning "dragon garden".
Sabatier French
Meaning "cobbler, shoemaker".