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.
Winkie English
For someone who came from Winkley.
Winky English
For someone who came from Winkley.
Winslet English
A notable bearer is the actress Kate Winslet.
Winterfield English
Meaning "winter field".
Woodhull English
Meaning "wood hill".
Xia Chinese
From Chinese 夏 (xià) referring to the Xia dynasty, the first dynasty in Chinese history that is believed to have existed from 2070 to 1600 BC. According to legend, this name was adopted by the descendants of Yu the Great (who was also known as Xia Yu), a legendary king who supposedly founded the Xia dynasty.
Xiang Chinese
From Chinese 向 (xiàng) referring to the ancient state of Xiang, which existed during the Spring and Autumn period in what is now the Shandong province.
Xiong Chinese
From Chinese 熊 (xióng) meaning "bear".
Yagi Japanese
This can be read as Yanagi meaning "willow".
Yakushimaru Japanese
A notable bearer is Hiroko Yakushimaru, a singer and actress. ... [more]
Yama Japanese
Yama means "Mountain".
Yamabushi Japanese
Yama means "mountain, hill" and bushi means "warrior, samurai".
Yamadera Japanese
Yama means "mountain, hill" and dera comes from tera meaning "temple".
Yamahashi Japanese
Yama means "mountain" and hashi means "bridge".... [more]
Yamai Japanese
Yama means "mountain" and i means "well, mineshaft, pit".
Yamakuri Japanese
Yama means "mountain" and kuri means "chestnut".
Yamamae Japanese
Yama means "mountain, hill" and mae means "front".
Yamamichi Japanese
Yama means "mountain" and michi means "path".
Yamamizu Japanese
山 (Yama) means "mountain" and 水 (mizu) means "water".
Yamamori Japanese
Yama means "mountain" and mori means "forest".
Yamane Japanese
From Japanese 山 (yama) meaning "mountain" and 根 (ne) meaning "root".
Yamatani Japanese
Yama means "mountain" and tani means "valley". ... [more]
Yanagimi Japanese
Yanagi means "willow" and mi means "viewpoint, outlook".
Yanagimoto Japanese
Yanagi means "Willow" and Moto means "Source, Root, Origin."
Yano Japanese
From Japanese 矢 (ya) meaning "arrow" and 野 (no) meaning "field, wilderness".
Yasuhiko Japanese
Yasu means "peace, even, level, cheap, inexpensive, relax" and hiko means "prince".
Yasui Japanese
Yasu (安) "Relaxed, Cheap" and I (井) "Well, Mineshaft ".
Yasuki Japanese
Yasu means "Relax, Cheap" and Ki mean "Tree". Yasuki is also a first name.
Yasumatsu Japanese
Yasu means "relax, peaceful, cheap, inexpensive" and matsu means "pine, fir tree".
Yasunishi Japanese
Yasu means "Peace,Quiet" and Nishi means "West". See Anzai for alternative,but similar meaning.
Yasura Japanese
Yasu means "cheap, relax, peace" and ra means "good".
Yasuraoka Japanese (Rare)
安 (Yasu) means "Cheap, Low, Inexpensive, Rested, Peaceful, Relax".良 (Ra) means "Good, Excellent", and 岡 (Oka) means "Ridge, Hill". A notable bearer is Akio Yasuraoka, he was a composer in his earlier days.
Yasutomi Japanese
Yasu means "relax, cheap, peace" and tomi means "wealth, abundance".
Yasuyama Japanese
安 (Yasu) means "peaceful, rested, relax, cheap, low" and 山 (yama) means "mountain".
Yazaki Japanese
A variant of Yasaki.... [more]
Yoichien Japanese (Rare)
与 (Yo) meaning "give, award, participate", 市 (ichi) means "in the city, market" or "town" and 園 (en) means "garden".
Yoichimae Japanese (Rare)
与 (Yo) means "provide, give, award, participate", 市 (ichi) means "town, market, city" and 前 (mae) "front, forward".
Yokohama Japanese
Yoko means "beside" and hama means "beach, seashore".
Yokohira Japanese
Yoko means "beside, next to" and hira means "peace, level, even".
Yokohori Japanese
Yoko means "beside, next to" and hori means "moat, canal".
Yokomizo Japanese
横 (Yoko) means "beside" and 溝 (mizo) means "groove, trench, gutter, gully, drain, ditch, gap". A notable bearer is Seishi Yokomizo, a Japanese novelist in the Showa Period.
Yokomori Japanese
Yoko means "beside, next to" and mori means "forest".
Yokomura Japanese
横 (Yoko) means "Beside" and 村 (Mura) means "Village, Hamlet". Check the source if needed.
Yokono Japanese
Yoko means "beside" and no means "field, plain, wilderness".
Yokose Japanese
Yoko means "beside next to" and se means "current, ripple".
Yokotani Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 横 (yoko) meaning "next to, beside" combined with 谷 (tani) "valley".
Yokote Japanese
Yoko ("Beside") + Te , this is the Japanese word for hand. This surname means "Beside a Hand". Michiko Yokote is an example. She wrote the Pichi Pichi Pitch manga and did screenwriting for Masamune-kun's Revenge.
Yomohiro Japanese (Rare)
This is a very rare surname with the kanji of all four directions: (東西北南) "east, west, north, south", in that order. Yomo literally means "four directions" and hiro means "extension".
Yonekawa Japanese
Yone means "rice" and kawa means "river, stream".
Yonemoto Japanese
Yone means "rice, America" and moto means "origin, root, source, base".
Yonemura Japanese
Yone means "rice, America" and mura means "village".
Yonesawa Japanese
Yone means "rice, America" and sawa means "swamp, wetland, marsh".
Yoshi Japanese
Yoshi means "good luck, fortune".
Yoshimitsu Japanese
Yoshi means "good luck" and mitsu means "light".
Yoshimori Japanese
Yoshi means "good luck" and mori means "forest".
Yoshimoto Japanese
From Japanese 吉 (yoshi) meaning "good luck" and 本 (moto) meaning "base, root, origin".
Yoshina Japanese
Yo means "night" and shina means "family, department, section".
Yoshinuma Japanese
Yoshi means "good luck, fortunate" and numa means "marsh, swamp".... [more]
Yoshisawa Japanese
Yoshi means "good luck, fortunate" and sawa means "marsh, swamp".
Yoshitake Japanese
Yoshi means "lucky, fortunate, good" and take means "bamboo".
Yoshitomi Japanese
Yoshi means "good luck" and tomi means "weath, abundance".
Yoshizawa Japanese
Variant of Yoshisawa meaning "lucky swamp."
Yui Japanese
It is written three ways: 由 (yu) meaning "reason, cause" and 井 (i) meaning "well, mineshaft, pit". Or (yu) meaning the same as the latter, but with 比 (i) meaning "compare". Lastly, 油 (yu) can mean "oil" and (i) meaning the same as the first example.... [more]
Yukimatsu Japanese
Yuki can mean "snow" or "lucky" and matsu means "pine, for tree".
Yukimitsu Japanese
雪 (Yuki) means "snow" and 光 (mitsu) means "light, radiance".
Yukino Japanese
Yuki means "snow" and no means "plain, field, wilderness".
Yukishita Japanese
Yuki means "snow" and shita means "under".
Yukitomo Japanese
Yuki means "snow" and tomo means "friend".
Yukiyasu Japanese
Yuki can mean "snow" or "luck" and yasu means "peace, relax, cheap".
Yukumoto Japanese
Yuku means "conduct, go, travel, line, row" and moto means "origin, source, root".
Yumi Japanese
Yu means "cause, reason, logic" and mi means "beauty". ... [more]
Zahi Arabic
From the given name Zahi.
Zinni Italian
Variant of Zini.