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This is a list of submitted surnames in which an editor of the name is Frollein Gladys.
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Moroux Louisiana Creole
From the surname Moroux.
Morrissey Irish
Morrissey is an Irish name meaning "choice of the sea".
Moya Spanish
Habitational name from any of various locations called Moya.
Murland Irish
Murland is an Irish surname, which according to MacLysaght's The Surnames of Ireland is MacMurghalain in Gaelic, ultimately deriving from words meaning "sea" and "valor".
Myrsky Finnish
Means "storm, tempest, gale".
Nerman Swedish
Possibly a combination of Swedish nedre "lower, southern" and man "man".
Neuger German, French (?)
Was popularized by the German community. Famous bearers include investors Win Neuger and Dan Neuger, author Christie Cozad Neuger.
Newby English
Means "person from Newby", Newby being a combination of the Middle English elements newe "new" and by "farm, settlement" (ultimately from Old Norse býr "farm"). British travel writer Eric Newby (1919-2006) bore this surname.
Newlin English, Irish
An Irish surname meaning "By the the spring"
Ney German, English
A dialectal form of the common German word neu "new".... [more]
Nischan Sorbian
Germanized spelling of the Sorbian given name Nišan.
Noland Irish, French
Irish: variant of Nolan.... [more]
Notbohm German, Low German
Low German cognate of High German Nussbaum.
Nyland Norwegian
Combination of Norwegian ny "new" and land "land, yard".
Oak English
Topographic surname for someone who lived near an oak tree or in an oak wood, from Middle English oke "oak".
Ogilvie Scottish, English
From the ancient Barony of Ogilvie in Angus, Northeast Scotland. The placename itself is derived from Pictish ocel, 'high' and fa, 'plain'.
Ohnmacht German
Means "powerlessness; helplessness; without power" in German. This was often used to describe someone very weak.
Opel German
Derived from the given name Albert.
Opp German
Generally considered a (very) contracted form of given names that contained the Old High German element od "fortune; wealth" (or a variant thereof) and a second element that began with or contained the letter B, for example Audobald.
Ordwald English
English name meaning "spear strength".
Oudenhoven Dutch
Derived from Dutch oude "old" and hoeve "farm; farmstead; manor". As a surname it is derived from one of the many places of this name, for example in Menen, Passendale, Steenvoorde, Steenwerk, Broekburg or Godewaardsvelde.
Padgett English
Diminutive form of Page, which is of Old French origin, and an occupational name for a young servant, a personal attendant in a noble's house, from the Old French, Middle English "page", ultimately deriving from the Greek "paidion", a boy, child... [more]
Paine English
From the Middle English personal name Pain(e), Payn(e) (Old French Paien, from Latin Paganus), introduced to Britain by the Normans. The Latin name is a derivative of pagus "outlying village", and meant at first a person who lived in the country (as opposed to Urbanus "city dweller"), then a civilian as opposed to a soldier, and eventually a heathen (one not enrolled in the army of Christ)... [more]
Paratore Italian
Derived from Italian paratore meaning "decorator, fuller", which refers to a craftsman who fulls coarse cloth. In other words: this surname is the Italian cognate of the English surname Fuller... [more]
Parelius Norwegian
Latinization of a learned Hellenized translation of either Solvorn, a placename in Luster (Sogn og Fjordane), or of Solnør, a placename in Skodje/Ørskog (Møre og Romsdal), Norway. The surname itself is then derived from Greek para heliou "near (or close by) the sun".
Parr English
From a place so named in England. Derived from Old English pearr "enclosure".
Pavlova Russian
Feminine form of Pavlov. A famous bearer was the Russian prima ballerina Anna Pavlova (1881-1931).
Paysen German, Frisian
Patronymic from the personal name Pay, the Frisian form of Paul.
Pembroke Welsh
Habitual surname for someone from Pembroke, a town in Wales.
Pendleton English
An Old English name meaning "overhanging settlement".
Petke German
German surname derived from a diminutive form for Peter.
Petríček Czech
Derived from a diminutive of Petr.
Petrie English
Patronymic surname that was derived from the first name Peter.
Petty English, Scottish
Derived from Norman French petit, 'small', thus a nickname for a small or insignificant individual.... [more]
Philpot English
English (chiefly southeastern): from the Middle English personal name Philipot/Philpot, a pet form of Philip.
Pinckney English
The surname Pinckney originally denoted someone from Picquigny, France, which derives from a Germanic personal name, Pincino (of obscure derivation) and the Latin locative suffix -acum... [more]
Pōhānō Hawaiian
This surname means "wheezy."
Poltimore English (Rare)
Rare English surname derived from a Devon place name of Celtic origin, allegedly meaning “pool by the large house”.
Ponomarenko Ukrainian
Occupational name for a church bell-ringer from Ukrainian парамонар (paramonar) meaning "sexton".
Poulton English
English surname that means "settlement by a pool".
Preüss German (East Prussian)
Origin: From the New Latin 'Prussia', the Latin form used by Peter of Dusburg for the name of the region in the now-extinct language of its Baltic inhabitants, 'Prūsa'. Prussia (German: About this sound Preußen; Latin: Borussia, Prutenia; Latvian: Prūsija; Lithuanian: Prūsija; Polish: Prusy; Old Prussian: Prūsa; Danish: Prøjsen; Russian: Пру́ссия) was a German kingdom and historic state originating out of the Duchy of Prussia and the Margraviate of Brandenburg... [more]
Prewitt English
English surname meaning brave, valor.
Prusseit German (East Prussian)
East Prussian German (and thus heavily Lithuanian influenced) name meaning "a Prussian".
Puķe Latvian
Derived from Latvian puķe "flower". Occupational surname for a person who sells flowers.
Puro Finnish (Rare)
From the Finnish word puro, meaning "a brook".
Puschat German (East Prussian)
East Prussian German (and thus heavily Lithuanian influenced) surname derived from Lithuanian pušaite "(young) pine tree", which - allegedly - used to be a term of endearment for a young girl.
Pushkin Russian
Derived from Russian пушка (pushka) meaning "gun, cannon". A notable bearer was Alexander Pushkin (1799-1837), a Russian poet and writer.
Quade Irish, German
As an Irish surname, it is a variant of Quaid.... [more]
Quaid Irish
Reduced form of Mcquaid.
Raab German
Derived from German rabe "raven". As a surname, it was given to a person with black hair.
Rason English
Variant of Reason.
Reedus English, Scottish
An English and Scottish name of uncertain origin. Possibly a reduced form of English Redhouse, a habitational name from any of the numerous places named Redhouse, including over ninety farms.
Remig Various
Derived form the given name Remigius.
Remis Greek, Dutch, German, Asturian
Greek from a medieval Greek personal name, Remis, a vernacular form of the personal name Remigius (see French Remy)... [more]