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.
Riad Arabic
From the given name Riad.
Riaz Arabic
From the given name Riad.
Riccardo Italian
From the given name Riccardo
Rico Spanish, Italian
From the given name Rico.
Rino Italian
From the given name Rino.
Rodionova Russian
Feminine form of Rodionov.
Roemer German
Refers to a pilgrim or merchant visiting Rome.
Romaine French
From the given name Romaine.
Romeu Portuguese
From the given name Romeu.
Rudel English
Derived from the location of Ryedale or Rydal
Ruggero Italian
From the given name Ruggero
Ruprecht German
From the given name Ruprecht.
Rushe English, Irish
Variant of Rush
Sabino Italian
From the given name Sabino
Saëns French
From the given name Saëns
Sáez Spanish
Derived from an uncertain given name, possibly Sancho.
Sahar Arabic
From the given name Sahar
Saifullah Arabic
From the given name Saifullah.
Savery English
Originally from the given name of Germanic origin, Savaric
Schiff German, Jewish
From Middle High German Schif "ship", indicating the bearer was either a sailor, or lived in a house distinguished by a ship sign.
Schleicher German
Could derive from the word schleifen meaning "to grind" but most likely is derived from the word schleicher "to sneak, creeper"
Schleifer German
Derived from the word schleifen "to grind, polish".
Schoenberg German, Jewish
Means "beautiful mountain" in German
Scholem Yiddish
From the given name Scholem.
Schops German
Means "scoop maker"
Schuman German
From the old german scuoh "shoe" and man "man", an occupational name for a shoe maker
Schwarzberg German
Variant of Schwartzberg, which means "black mountain" in German.
Sebestyén Hungarian
From the given name Sebestyén.
Secondo Italian
From the given name Secondo
Secundino Galician
From the given name Secundino
Serafino Italian
From the given name Serafino
Serghei Romanian
From the given name Serghei.
Serhan Turkish
From the given name Serhan
Servais French
From the given name Servais.
Severiano Spanish
From the given name Severiano
Severo Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
From the given name Severo
Seweryn Polish
From the given name Seweryn.
Shadrach English
From the given name Shadrach.
Shafiq Arabic
From the given name Shafiq
Shahriar Persian
From the given name Shahriar.
Shakeel Arabic
From the given name Shakil.
Shakil Arabic
From the given name Shakil.
Sheehey Irish
Variant of Sheehy.
Shoaib Arabic, Urdu
From the given name Shoaib.
Shteyn Yiddish
Yiddish form of Stein.
Shuaib Arabic
From the given name Shuaib.
Šillers Latvian
Latvian form of Schiller.
Silvano Italian, Galician
From the given name Silvano
Silvestro Italian
From the given name Silvestro
Simplice French
From the given name Simplice
Simplicio Italian, Spanish
From the given name Simplicio
Sorin Romanian
From the given name Sorin.
Sorokina Russian
Feminine form of Sorokin.
Sotero Galician, Spanish (?)
From the given name Sotero
Speare English
Variant of Spear.
Štajnfeld Serbian
Serbian form of Steinfeld.
Stefano Italian
From the given Stefano.
Stegal English
Variant of Styles.
Stiefel German
Either from stiefel "boot", which could mean a boot maker or from middle low german stief which means "stiff", a nickname for a stubborn person
Stile English
Variant of Styles.
Stinnes German
Indicated that the bearer lived near a prominent stone. See also Stein
Stoyanova Bulgarian
Feminine form of Stoyanov.
Stoyle English
Variant of Styles.
Sturgeon English
From the word "sturgeon" from the Old French esturgeon "sturgeon". A nickname for someone who closely resembled the eponymous fish.
Sturt English
Variant of Stuart
Style English
Variant of Styles.
Subramaniam Tamil
From the given name Subramaniam
Sulpizio Italian
From the given name Sulpizio
Sylvain French
From the given name Sylvain
Sylvestre French
From the given name Sylvestre.
Symmes English
Variant of Simms
Symonenko Ukrainian
Derived from the given name Symon.
Tanielian Armenian
Alternate transcription of Armenian Դանիելյան (see Danielyan)
Tapio Finnish
From the given name Tapio.
Taras Ukrainian, Russian, Belarusian
From the given name Taras.
Tarasova Russian
Feminine form of Tarasov.
Taurino Italian
From the given name Taurino
Telford English
From the words taelf meaning "plateau" and ford meaning "river crossing"... [more]
Tercero Spanish
Means "third" in Spanish (see Tercero).
Terenzio Italian
From the given name Terenzio
Teunis Dutch
From the given name Teunis.
Theodoridis Greek
Means "son of Theodoros".
Theresa English, German
From the given name Theresa.
Theunis Dutch
From the given name Theunis.
Tiburcio Spanish
From the given name Tiburcio
Timofeyev Russian
Variant transcription of Timofeev.
Timoteo Spanish, Portuguese, Italian
From the given name Timoteo.
Timothée French
From the given name Timothée.
Timothy English
From the given name Timothy
Tizio Italian
From the given name Tizio
Todorova Bulgarian
Feminine form of Todorov.
Togashi Japanese
From Japanese 富 or 冨 (tomi) meaning "abundant, rich, wealthy" and 樫 (kashi) meaning "oak".
Tomiyama Japanese
From Japanese 富 or 冨 (tomi) meaning "abundant, rich, wealthy" and 山 (yama) meaning "mountain, hill".
Tommaso Italian
From the given name Tommaso.
Toribio Spanish
From the given name Toribio
Torquato Italian, Portuguese
From the given name Torquato
Trachtenberg German, Jewish
Could mean either mean "mountain of thoughts", from Yiddish trakhtn (טראַכטן) "to think" and berg "mountain" or "mountain of costumes", from German tracht "to wear, carry" and berg "mountain"... [more]
Trewhitt English
From the location of the same name Trewhitt
Tripathy Hindi, Odia, Marathi, Bengali, Punjabi
Variant transcription of Tripathi.
Tristano Italian
From the given name Tristano.
Trowbridge English
Indicates familial origin from any locations named Trowbridge
Trumpfheller German
Means "drummer". From Middle High German trumbeler "drummer", from trumbe "drum" and the agent suffix -er.
Tsuchiyama Japanese
From Japanese 土 (tsuchi) meaning "earth, soil, ground" and 山 (yama) meaning "mountain, hill". Other Kanji combinations are possible.
Ulisse Italian
From the given name Ulisse.
Ulysse French
From the given name Ulysse.
Vahapoğlu Turkish
Means "son of Vahap".
Valentim Portuguese
From the given name Valentim
Valère French
From the given name Valère.
Valero Spanish
From the given name Valero.
Vario Italian, Spanish
From the given name Vario. Also means "various" in Italian.
Vasey English
Derived from the Norman french word enveisie "playful, merry"
Vaughen Welsh
Variant of Vaughan.
Veit German
From the given name Veit.
Venâncio Portuguese
From the given name Venâncio
Vendel Hungarian
From the given name Vendel.
Venturino Italian
From the given name Venturino
Verver Dutch
Variant of Ververs,
Victoriano Spanish
From the given name Victoriano
Victorino Spanish
From the given name Victorino
Villarreal Spanish
Habitational name from any of various places called Villarreal (or Villareal), derived from Spanish villa meaning "farm, town, settlement" and real meaning "royal".
Vincente English, Italian
English variant of Vincent, otherwise from the given name Vincente
Vincenzo Italian
From the given name Vincenzo
Vitaliano Italian
From the given name Vitaliano
Vitorino Portuguese
From the given name Vitorino
Viviano Italian
From the given name Viviano.
Voldemaras Lithuanian
From the given name Voldemaras.
Volkova Russian
Feminine form of Volkov
Voronkova Russian
Feminine form of Voronkov.
Voronova Russian
Feminine form of Voronov.
Wahab Arabic, Indonesian, Malay, Urdu
From the given name Wahab.
Wahid Arabic
From the given name Wahid
Wedon English
Variant of Weedon
Weedon English
From places called Weedon
Wendelin German
From the given name Wendelin.
Wenz German
Variant of Wentz
Wenzel German
Variant of Wentzel or from the given name Wenzel
Wessel Frisian, Dutch
From the given name Wessel.
Weton English
Variant of Weeton
Wielandt German
From the given name Wieland.
Wigger English
Derived from the word wicga "bug"
Wigley English
Derived from the words wicga "bug" and leah "woodland, clearing"
Winfred English
From the given name Winfred.
Wiśniewska Polish
Feminine form of Wiśniewski.
Wolfgang German
From the given name Wolfgang.
Wurz German
Variant of Wurtz
Yacob Amharic
From the given name Yacob.
Yacoob Arabic
From the given name Yaqub.
Yacoub Arabic
From the given name Yaqub.
Yamano Japanese
From Japanese 山 (yama) meaning "mountain" and 野 (no) meaning "field, wilderness".
Yaniv Hebrew
From the given name Yaniv.
Yaqoob Arabic
From the given name Yaqub.
Yefimova Russian
Feminine form of Yefimov.
Yefremov Russian
Means "son of Yefrem"
Yehia Arabic
From the given name Yahya.
Yehya Arabic, Uyghur
From the given name Yehya.
Yokotake Japanese
From Japanese 横 (yoko) meaning "side, beside, next to" and 竹 (take) meaning "bamboo".
Yonge English
Variant of Yong
Zachariah English
From the given name Zachariah
Zaharieva Bulgarian
Feminine form of Zahariev.
Zakaria Arabic, Bengali
From the given name Zakariyya.
Zakharova Russian
Feminine form of Zakharov.
Zeferino Portuguese
From the given name Zeferino
Zsiga Hungarian
From the given name Zsiga.