Browse Submitted Surnames

This is a list of submitted surnames in which the person who added the name is Jenkowelten.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Abdelmajid Arabic
From the given name Abd al-Majid.
Abduljalil Arabic
From the given name Abd al-Jalil
Abdulrahman Arabic
From the given name Abd al-Rahman
Abdurrahman Arabic
From the given name Abd al-Rahman
Abimbola Yoruba
From the given name Abimbola
Ablett English
Possibly a variant of Abbott
Abner English
From the given name Abner
Abundio Spanish, Galician
From the given name Abundio
Acheamphong Western African (?)
Could mean "destined for greatness"
Achille French, Italian
From the given name Achille
Adão Portuguese
From the given name Adão.
Adauto Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
From the given name Adauto
Adebowale Yoruba
From the given name Adebowale
Adegoke Yoruba
From the given name Adegoke
Adelakun Yoruba
From the given name Adelakun
Ademola Yoruba
From the given name Ademola
Adesina Yoruba
From the given name Adesina
Adewale Yoruba
From the given name Adewale.
Adisa Yoruba
From the given name Adisa
Adorján Hungarian
From the given name Adorján.
Agostino Italian
From the given name Agostino.
Ágoston Hungarian
From the given name Ágoston.
Alberico Italian
From the given name Alberico
Albino Italian, Portuguese, Spanish
From the given name Albino
Aleixo Portuguese
From the given name Aleixo.
Alejo Spanish
From the given name Alejo.
Alessandro Italian
From the given name Alessandro
Alessio Italian
From the given name Alessio.
Alexis German, French, English, Greek
From the given name Alexis
Alfeo Italian
From the given name Alfeo.
Alfredo Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
From the given name Alfredo.
Allston English
Derived from the given name Alstan
Álmos Hungarian
From the given name Álmos.
Alpers Scottish
Derived from the given name Albert
Amadeo Italian
From the given name Amadeo.
Amado Spanish
From the given name Amado.
Amâncio Portuguese
From the given name Amâncio.
Amarante French
From the given name Amarante
Ambrocio Spanish
From the given name Ambrocio.
Ambrogio Italian
From the given name Ambrogio.
Ambrus Hungarian
From the given name Ambrus.
Américo Portuguese, Spanish
From the given name Américo.
Amiano Spanish, Portuguese
From the given name Amiano
Aminzadeh Persian
From the given name Amin combined with Persian زاده (zadeh) meaning "offspring".
Anastacio Spanish
From the given name Anastacio.
Anastasio Italian, Spanish
From the given name Anastasio.
Andrew English
From the given name Andrew
Annunziato Italian
From the given name Annunziato.
Ansaldo Italian
From the given name Ansaldo.
Antonello Italian
From the given name Antonello.
Antoniades Greek
Means "son of Antonios"
Antonides Greek
Means "son of Antonios"
Antonios Greek
From the given name Antonios
Apfel German
Means "apple" in German.
Apfelbaum German, Jewish
Means "apple tree" in German.
Apolinar Spanish
From the given name Apolinar
Apollonio Italian
From the given name Apollonio
Apperley English
From the settlements in England called Apperley
Apprecht German (Rare)
Derived from the given name Albrecht.
Aprahamian Armenian
Alternate transcription of Armenian Աբրահամյան (see Abrahamyan)
Aravind Hindi, Marathi, Kannada, Tamil
From the given name Aravind.
Arcangelo Italian
From the given name Arcangelo.
Ardern English
Means "eagle valley" or "gravel valley". From Old English ear "gravel" or eran "eagle" and denu "valley". Also a variant of Arden.
Ardito Italian
From the given name Ardito.
Arduino Italian
From the given name Arduino.
Aref Persian
From the given name Aref
Arendt German
From the given name Arnold
Arscott English
From the the words ars, of unexplained origin, and cot "cottage, small house"
Arturo Italian, Spanish
From the given name Arturo.
Ascanio Italian
From the given name Ascanio.
Askin English
From the given name Ásketill.
Askins English
Variant of Askin.
Atamian Armenian
Alternate transcription of Armenian Ադամյան (see Adamyan)
Atcheson Scots
Scots form of Atkinson
Atkin English
From the given name Atkin
Attilio Italian
From the given name Attilio.
Ault English
Variant of Old.
Aurélio Portuguese
From the given name Aurélio
Aurelio Italian, Spanish
From the given name Aurelio
Avakyan Armenian
Alternate transcription of Armenian Ավագյան (see Avagyan)
Avanesian Armenian
Alternate transcription of Armenian Ավանեսյան (see Avanesyan)
Avidan Hebrew
From the given name Avidan
Aylen English
Either derived from the given name Alan or from the Old English word ætheling which were princes eligible to be king. The word ætheling was sometimes used as a given name
Ayoob Arabic
From the given name Ayyub
Badr Arabic
From the given name Badr.
Bagnall English
From a place in England, derived from the Old English name "Badeca", a short form of any name beginning from beadu "battle", and halh "nook, recess".
Bagryanov Bulgarian
Means "son of Bagryan".
Bagshaw English
Derived from the village in Derbyshire called Bagshaw
Bails English
Indicated that the bearer lived outside the walls of a feudal castle, from the Old French baile, refering to the structure
Balbino Spanish, Portuguese, Italian
From the given name Balbino.
Baldassare Italian
Frokm the given name Baldassare.
Baldo Italian, Spanish
From the given name Baldo.
Baldomero Spanish
From the given name Baldomero.
Baldovino Italian
From the given name Baldovino.
Baltasar Spanish
From the given name Baltasar.
Barack Arabic
From the given name Barack
Baranova Russian
Feminine form of Baranov
Barsby English
Derived from the Old Norse word barn, which occured as a byname and meant "child", and Old Norse býr "farm, settlement"
Bartholomäus German
From the given name Bartholomäus.
Bartolo Italian
From the given name Bartolo
Basileo Galician, Italian
From the given name Basileo
Basilio Italian, Spanish
From the given name Basilio.
Baudoin French
From the given name Baudoin.
Baudouin French
From the given name Baudouin.
Baughan Welsh
Variant of Vaughan.
Baughn Welsh
Variant of Vaughan.
Bedrossian Armenian
Alternate transcription of Armenian Պետրոսյան (see Petrosyan)
Behzadi Persian
From the given name Behzad.
Benedek Hungarian
From the given name Benedek.
Benedetto Italian
From the given name Benedetto.
Benedito Portuguese
From the given name Benedito.
Benigno Spanish, Italian
From the given name Benigno.
Benvenuto Italian
From the given name Benvenuto.
Berardo Italian
From the given name Berardo.
Berend Dutch
From the given name Berend.
Bermudo Spanish
From the given name Bermudo.
Bertalan Hungarian
From the given name Bertalan.
Berthold German
From the given name Berthold.
Berto Italian, Spanish
From the given name Berto.
Bertók Hungarian
From the given name Bertók.
Bertoldo Italian
From the given name Bertoldo.
Bettino Italian
From the given name Bettino.
Beveridge English
Derived from the town of Beverege or from the Old French beivre "drink", a nickname for a person who sealed contracts with a drink
Bibiano Spanish
From the given name Bibiano.
Bilal Arabic, Turkish, Urdu
From the given name Bilal
Birmingham English
Indicates familial origin from Birmingham, England
Blackford English
Derived from the words blæc "black" or blac "pale, shining, white" and ford "river crossing"
Blakelock English
A nickname derived from blæc "black" and locc "lock of hair"
Blyth English
Variant of Blythe
Boehme German
Variant of Böhm
Boehmer German
Variant of Böhm
Boghossian Armenian
Alternate transcription of Armenian Պողոսեան (see Boghosian)
Bogusław Polish
From the given name Bogusław.
Bohuslav Czech, Slovak, Ukrainian
From the given name Bohuslav.
Boldizsár Hungarian
From the given name Boldizsár.
Bonito Italian, Spanish
From the given name Bonito.
Boothe English
Variant of Booth
Boran Turkish
From the given name Boran
Bradham English
Means "broad home". From brad "broad", and ham "home"
Bramah English
From a place called either Bramall, or Bramhall formerly Bromale. From old english brom "broom" and halh, "nook, recess"
Branagan Irish
Anglicized form of Ó Branagáin.
Brinker German, Dutch
From the word brink "edge, slope". This indicated that the bearer of the surname lived near a prominent slope of land
Brooksby English
Means "farm by a brook". From Old English broc "brook, small stream" and Old Norse býr "farm, settlement"
Bucke English
Variant of Buck
Burridge English
Derived from an English place name, derived from Old English burg "fortress, fortification, castle" and Old English hrycg, Old Norse hryggr "ridge" or from the name Burgric.
Caetano Portuguese
From the given name Caetano.
Cain English
From the given name Cain
Calderwood English
From the lordship of Calderwood in Lanarkshire, Scotland
Calisto Portuguese, Spanish
From the given name Calisto.
Calixte French
From the given name Calixte
Calixto Spanish, Portuguese
From the given name Calixto
Calogero Italian
From the given name Calogero.
Camillo Italian
From the given name Camillo.
Camilo Spanish, Portuguese
From the given name Camilo.
Candelario Spanish
From the given name Candelario
Candido Italian
From the given name Candido.
Canzio Italian
From the given name Canzio
Caplan Jewish
Variant of Kaplan
Carino Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
From the given name Carino.
Carlo Italian
From the given name Carlo.
Carpintero Spanish
Means "carpenter" in Spanish
Catello Italian
From the given name Catello
Cavil English
Variant of Cavill
Cebrián Spanish
From the given name Cebrián.
Celedonio Spanish
From the given name Celedonio.
Célestin French
From the given name Célestin.
Celino Italian, Spanish
From the given name Celino
Celio Italian, Spanish
From the given name Celio
Celso Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
From the given name Celso
Christoffel Dutch
From the given name Christoffel.
Ciriaco Italian, Spanish
From the given name Ciriaco.
Cirillo Italian
From the given name Cirillo.
Cirino Italian, Spanish
From the given name Cirino.
Ciro Italian, Spanish
From the given name Ciro.
Claudio Italian, Spanish
From the given name Claudio
Clawson English
Means "son of Claus"
Cleto Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
From the given name Cleto.
Conrado Spanish
From the given name Conrado
Constance English, French
From the given name Constance
Constant French, Dutch, English
From the given name Constant or from the word "constant"
Corradino Italian
From the given name Corradino.
Corvino Italian, Spanish
From the given name Corvino
Corvo Italian, Portuguese
From the given name Corvo
Cosmo Italian
From the given name Cosmo.
Costache Romanian
From the given name Costache
Costantino Italian
From the given name Costantino