This is a list of submitted surnames in which the person who added the name is wh0sbad
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Combination of the English words "all" and "good". It is used to denote a virtuous or heroic character in works of fiction.
From the given name Bakr
. A famous bearer was Abu Bakr (573-634), the first Islamic caliphate.
Variation of Buford
. It is derived from the French word "beau
", meaning "beautiful", and "ford
", an Old English word meaning "river crossing".
Derived from the Latin words bis
, meaning "two" and cornet
, meaning "horn". According to French urban legend, this was the last name of the architect who built the doorways in the Notre Dame de Paris Cathedral... [more]
CABALLO Spanish, Spanish (Latin American)
Derived from the Spanish word cabello
, ultimately derived from the Latin word caballus
, meaning "horse". This denoted someone who worked in a farm that took care of horses, or someone who had personality traits attributed to a horse, such as energetic behaviour.
CAESAR Ancient Roman, English
An Ancient Roman political title that indicated a military leader. A famous bearer was Julius Caesar, Roman general, dictator, and politician. In modern times, the surname is used to refer to an individual with a tyrannical attitude, which references the connotative meaning of the word "caesar", meaning "a dictator".
Derived from the Spanish word for "path", or "walkway". This could have been used to denote a person who lived near a path, or one who built paths for a living.
Derived from the Latin word campus
, meaning "field". It denoted someone who either lived in a field or worked in one.
Alternative spelling of Chu
, a Korean surname meaning "autumn". A famous bearer is Malaysian-American fashion designer Jimmy Choo (1948-).
A diminutive of Francesco
. A famous bearer is American singer Madonna Ciccone (1958-), better known as simply Madonna.
Means "hunchback" in Spanish. It would denote a person with a curved spine.
DA VINCI Italian
Means, "son of Vinci(1)
". A famous bearer was Italian inventor and artist Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519).
From the Chinese element de
, meaning "ethics, moral, virtue".
Likely from the Spanish word Belén
, which refers to the nativity scene.
DELLA Italian, Spanish
Likely derived from the Italian and Spanish word della
, meaning "of the".
Derived from German fahren
, meaning, "to ride", and Heit
, which is the equivalent to the suffix "-ness". A famous bearer was Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit (1686- 1736), a Polish physicist who invented the Fahrenheit temperature measuring system.
Possibly a nickname for a cheerful person, derived from the archaic word "gay" meaning "happy". A famous bearer was the American singer Marvin Gaye (1939-1984).
Derived from the Germanic name element ger
, meaning "spear".
Possibly from Ancient Germanic wil
, meaning "will, power", and Latin bellus
, meaning "beautiful".
Means "prince" in Japanese. It would denote a person who acted like one.
From the Japanese hi
, meaning "red, scarlet", and mura
, meaning "town, village".
Perhaps from the English word jump
. A notable namesake was American scientist Annie Jump Cannon (1863-1941).
Means "the lover" in French. It would be the nickname of an amorous person.
Means "soft man" in German, from the elements lind
, meaning "soft, flexible", and mann
, meaning "man".
An occupational surname indicating a person who was a hunter, especially a skilled one.
From French montagne
, meaning "mountain" and possibly also from queue
, meaning "line". Charles Montesquieu was a 17th-century French aristocrat, philosopher and politician.
Possibly from the Spanish word ocaso
, meaning "sunset, dusk".
Named after a Chinese mountain, Qiao Shan, where Emperor Qin Shi Huangdi was supposedly buried. This is the 96th most common surname in China.
RICHIE English (Rare), Italian
Diminutive form of Richard
. It could also have been a nickname for one who was rich or wealthy, or, in Italy, a variant of Ricci
. Famous bearers include American musician Lionel Richie (1949-).
Means "son of Rick
". A famous bearer was American Alan Rickman (1946-2016).
From French roche
, meaning "rock'. It indicates a person who worked at a quarry.
Possibly derived from the Latin word rotus
, meaning "wheel". It would indicate one who built wheels as a living. A famous bearer was American inventor and entrepreneur Charles Rolls (1877-1910), founder of the Rolls-Royce Ltd along with Henry Royce (1863-1933).
Means "wheel" in Italian. This meant that a bearer of this surname was a wheel maker.
From the Italian word forza
, meaning "strength". It was the surname of a noble family in Italy during the 14th century. A notable member of that family was Caterina Sforza (1463-1509), a Countess of Forli.
From Japanese taka
, meaning "high, tall". Other kanji combinations are also possible.
TEN BOOM Dutch
Means "at the tree" in Dutch. A notable bearer of this surname was Corrie ten Boom (1892-1983), a German woman who helped Jewish people take refuge into her home during the Second World War.
Derived from the Japanese to
, meaning "dipper", do
, meaning "size", ko
, meaning "child", and ri
, meaning "white jasmine". Other combinations are also possible.
Means "thundering sound" or "equal power" in Japanese. A famous bearer is Shoto Todoroki, a character in the anime series 'My Hero Academia'.
UNIVERSE Popular Culture
From the English word universe
. It is borne by the titular protagonist in the Cartoon Network show "Steven Universe".
From Japanese ya
, meaning "night". Note that other kanji interpretations and meanings could be possible.