Browse Submitted Surnames

This is a list of submitted surnames in which the person who added the name is Drosum.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Agejev Estonian, Lithuanian, Russian
Latinised form of Ageyev in languages without the letter "y".
Andrevski Macedonian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Andrej".
Apostolski Macedonian
Derived from apostol (апостол), meaning "apostle".
Atatürk Turkish
It means "Father of the Turks" in Turkish. It was given to the first Turkish president, Mustafa Kemal, by the Turkish Parliament in 1934.
Bago Cebuano
Derived from malabago and maribago, the Cebuano name for the Hibiscus tiliaceus plant.
Barjaktarović Montenegrin
Derived from barjaktar (барјактар), meaning "flag bearer, standard bearer".
Bektešević Bosnian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Bektaş".
Benčić Croatian
Habitational name for someone from Benčići, Croatia.
Bernath German, English
Derived from the name Bernhard.
Birčanin Serbian
Possibly derived from the village of Birač, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Blagojević Serbian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Blagoje".
Blaškić Croatian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Blaž".
Boban Croatian
Habitational name, originates from Bobanova Draga, a village in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bogunović Serbian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Bogun".
Bojić Serbian
Derived from boj (бој), meaning "battle".
Bombadil Literature
In J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings", the surname of Tom Bombadil, an enigmatic character not present in Peter Jackson's movie adaptation.
Bosak Croatian
Derived from bos, meaning "barefoot".
Bošković Serbian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Boško".
Božikov Croatian
From božikovina, meaning "holly".
Bubanja Montenegrin
Derived from bubanj, meaning "drum".
Butković Croatian
Habitational name for someone from Butkovići, Croatia.
Čabarkapa Serbian, Montenegrin
Derived from čabar (чабар), meaning "tub, bucket", and kapa (капа), meaning "cap, hat".
Čekić Serbian, Bosnian
Derived from čekić (чекић), meaning "hammer".
Čelar Serbian, Croatian
Derived from čelar (челар), meaning "beekeeper".
Cicvara Serbian
Derived from cicvara (цицвара), meaning "gruel", a type of food.
Čizmadija Croatian
Possibly derived from čizma, meaning "boot".
Cratchit Literature
Bob Cratchit is a fictional character in Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" novella. Bob Cratchit works for Ebenezer Scrooge as an underpaid clerk.
Crnjac Croatian
Derived from crn, meaning "black".
Ćuk Serbian, Croatian
Derived from ćuk (ћук), meaning "scops owl".
Cvijetić Serbian, Croatian
Means "little flower".
Cvitković Croatian
Patronymic, means "son of Cvitko".
Demić Serbian, Bosnian
Derived from Turkish demir, meaning "iron".
Depikolozvane Croatian
Derived from Italian del piccolo Zuan, meaning "of little Zuan".
Deroko Croatian
Croatian variant of "de Rocco".
Đilas Serbian
Derived from đilas (ђилас), a rare word meaning "jumper, runner".
Dimitrijević Serbian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Dimitrije".
Djurović Montenegrin, Croatian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Djuro".
Đokić Serbian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Đoka".
Đoković Serbian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Đoka".
Dražeta Serbian
Derived from the name Dražen.
Dražić Croatian, Serbian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Draža".
Drešević Montenegrin
Habitational name for someone from Drešaj, Montenegro.
Drobnjak Serbian, Montenegrin, Croatian
Drobnjaci are a historical tribe and region in Montenegro.
Dubljević Montenegrin
Derived from dublje (дубље), meaning "deeper".
Faraguna Croatian, Italian
Derived from Istro-Romanian fară gună, meaning "without a shepherd's goat-skin cloak".
Furjan Croatian
Derived from Florijan.
Galovac Croatian
Possibly originates from a village, castle and/or lake in Croatia with the same name.
Gambiraža Croatian
Croatian variant of Gambirasio.
Gamgee Literature
In J.R.R. Tolkien's "The Lord of the Rings", the surname of Samwise "Sam" Gamgee, Frodo Baggins' gardener.
Gašparić Croatian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Gašpar".
Glasnović Croatian
Derived from glasno, meaning "loud".
Gotovina Croatian
Derived from gotovina, meaning "cash".
Grabar Croatian
Derived from grabiti, meaning "to grab".
Grbavac Croatian
Derived from grbavo, meaning "bumpy" or "hunchbacked".
Grdinić Montenegrin
Derived from grdan (грдан), meaning "ugly".
Gregurić Croatian
Possibly patronymic, meaning "son of Gregor" or "son of Grgur".
Halužan Croatian, Slovene
Habitational name for someone from Haloze, a region in Slovenia.
Harambašić Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian
Derived from harambaša (харамбаша), which was a historic rank for the senior commander of a hajduk band. The hajduks were bandits and freedom fighters in the Balkans who fought the Ottomans.
Haramija Croatian
Derived from harambaša, which was a historic rank for the senior commander of a hajduk band. The hajduks were bandits and freedom fighters in the Balkans who fought the Ottomans.
Hasandjekić Bosnian
Possibly derived from "son of Hasan".
Hercigonja Croatian
Derived from Herzogin, a German title meaning "duchess".
Hladika Croatian
Possibly derived from hladno, meaning "cold".
Hrvatin Croatian, Slovene
From Croatian and Slovene Hrvat meaning "Croat, person from Croatia".
Hrženjak Croatian
Habitational name for someone from places starting with "Hržen-".
Jajčanin Croatian, Serbian
Derived from jaje, meaning "egg".
Jakić Croatian, Serbian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Jakov".
Jakupec Croatian
Derived from the name Jakub.
Janjić Serbian, Croatian
Derived from janje, meaning "lamb".
Jeknić Montenegrin
Derived from jekanje (јекање), meaning "moaning, crying".
Jovanov Serbian, Macedonian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Jovan".
Jovićević Serbian, Montenegrin
Patronymic, meaning "son of Jovan".
Jurjević Croatian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Juraj".
Kadijević Croatian, Serbian
Derived from kadija (кадија), meaning "Qadi", a judge of a Sharia court.
Kajmak Croatian
Kajmak (or kaymak) is a dairy product from southeastern Europe and Central Asia.
Kalafatović Croatian
Derived from kalafat, meaning "caulker", a type of shipbuilder.
Kapić Bosnian
Derived from kapa, meaning "hat, cap".
Karađić Serbian
Variant of Karadžić, and often its misspelling.
Karadžić Montenegrin, Serbian
Derived from Turkish karaca, meaning "roe deer".
Kašćelan Montenegrin
Derived from Italian castello, meaning "castle".
Kasunić Croatian
Possibly derived from the old Slavic word kazati, meaning "to order, to command".
Kiš Serbian, Croatian
Possibly derived from Turkish kış, meaning "winter", or Hungarian kis, meaning "small".
Knez Slovene, Croatian
Derived from knez, meaning "prince".
Kolac Croatian
From kolac, meaning "(wooden) stake".
Kolenović Montenegrin
Derived from koleno (колено), meaning "knee".
Koljenović Bosnian
Derived from koljeno, meaning "knee".
Kolovrat Russian, Croatian, Czech
A Kolovrat is a swastika-type Slavic symbol resembling a spinning wheel.
Koničanin Serbian
Habitational name for someone from the village of Koniče, Serbia.
Kotarac Serbian, Croatian
Derived from kotar, a type of district.
Kotromanić Medieval Serbian
The Kotromanić were a late medieval Bosnian and Serbian noble family. The name is thought to have originated from a knight named Cotromano.
Kremenović Serbian
Derived from kremen (кремен), meaning "flint".
Krivokapić Montenegrin, Serbian
Derived from krivo, meaning "wrong", and kapa, meaning "hat, cap".
Križanec Croatian
From Croatian križ, meaning "cross".
Krstajić Montenegrin, Serbian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Krsto".
Krstić Serbian, Croatian
Derived from krst, meaning "cross".
Krstičević Croatian
Derived from krst, meaning "cross".
Kujundžić Croatian, Serbian
Derived from kujundžija (кујунџија), meaning "silversmith".
Kukić Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian
Derived from kuka (кука), meaning "hook".
Kupina Croatian, Russian
The Croatian form is derived from kupina, meaning "blackberry". The Russian form is derived from Неопалимая купина (Neopalimaya Kupina), referring to the burning bush from the Book of Exodus.
Kutnjak Croatian
Derived from kutnjak, meaning "molar".
Lević Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian
Derived from levo, meaning "left".
Lišić Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian
Possibly derived from Albanian lesh, meaning "fur".
Lovrek Croatian
Derived from the name Lovro and its nickname, Lovrek.
Lukačević Croatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian variant of Lukács.
Lukenda Croatian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Luka".
Maher Croatian
Colloquial term for "master".
Marciuš Croatian
Derived from the Roman name Marcius.
Marević Croatian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Maro".
Marinac Croatian
From marinac, meaning "marine".
Martinčević Croatian
Patronymic, means son of Martin.
Maurović Croatian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Mauro".
Mažuranić Croatian
Derived from mažuran, meaning "marjoram", a type of plant.
Medenica Montenegrin
Derived from medenica, meaning "mead".
Mesarić Croatian
Derived from mesar, meaning "butcher".
Mesaroš Serbian
Serbian variant of Mészáros, meaning "butcher".
Meštrović Croatian
Derived from the Croatian word meštar, a rare form of "master".
Mijović Montenegrin
Patronymic, meaning "son of Mijo".
Milanović Serbian, Croatian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Milan".
Milutinović Serbian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Milutin".
Minnieweather African American
Anglicised version of Mannweiler, a municipality in Germany.
Mirković Serbian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Mirko".
Mišić Serbian, Croatian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Mišo". Also, mišić (мишић) can be translated as "muscle".
Mladić Serbian, Croatian
Derived from mlad/a (млад/а), meaning "young".
Mohač Croatian
Croatian form of Mohácsi.
Mohácsi Hungarian
Habitational name for someone from Mohács, a city in Hungary.