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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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Riola Italian
Regional variant of Riolo.
Rives French, Jewish
Jewish (eastern Ashkenazic): from the Yiddish female personal name Rive a back-formation from Rivke (see Rifkin).... [more]
Rodwell English
Rodwell, a name of Anglo-Saxon origin, is a locational surname deriving from any one of various places in Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire, and Kent, England. In English, the meaning of the name Rodwell is "Lives by the spring near the road".
Rouget French
Derived from the French adjective rouge meaning "red" combined with the French masculine diminutive suffix -et.
Rudat German (East Prussian)
East Prussian German (and thus heavily Lithuanian influenced) name meaning "russet; auburn; reddish brown", derived from Old Prussian ruds and Lithuanian rudas.
Rudd English
The surname Rudd is derived from the Old English root "rud-," a component in the words "rudig," which means "ruddy," and "ruddoc," which means "red-breast." The surname was originally a nickname for a ruddy complexioned or red-haired person, or perhaps for someone who habitually wore the color red.
Rudström Swedish
Combination of Swedish rud "deforested land, clearing" and ström "stream".
Ryals English
English occupational surname.
Ryerson English (American)
Americanized spelling of Swedish Reierson or of any of its cognates, for example Dutch Ryerse, Ryersen or Norwegian and Danish Reiersen.
Saetta Italian
Means "lightning" in Italian.
Saifan Hebrew
Last name and surname... [more]
Salas Spanish, Galician, Aragonese, Portuguese, Catalan, Asturian
Habitational name from places named with salas, plural form of sala, meaning "room, hall" in Spanish and Asturian. Also an anglicized form of the Hungarian name SZÁLAS "tall".
Sandahl Swedish, Norwegian (Rare)
Combination of Swedish and Norwegian sand "sand" and dal "valley".
Sapienza Italian
It means "knowledge" in Italian.
Sayward English (Rare)
English surname which was a variant of Seward.
Schram German, English, Yiddish
Derived from German Schramme (Middle High German schram(me)) and Yiddish shram, all of which mean "scar".
Sealy English
Derived from Old English sælig "blessed, fortunate, prosperous, happy" and was used as a term to describe someone with a cheerful, happy disposition.
Seeley English
Variant of Sealy.
Seiler German
German and Jewish occupational surname for a rope maker.
Sewell English
English from the Middle English personal names Siwal(d) and Sewal(d), Old English Sigeweald and Seweald, composed of the elements sige ‘victory’ and se ‘sea’ + weald ‘rule’... [more]
Shandy English (Rare)
Shandy appears as a rare surname, mostly found in English-speaking countries going back to the 1600s. This name may originate from the English dialect adjective meaning "boisterous" or "empty headed; half crazy", of which the earliest record dates to 1691, though any further explanation for its origins are unknown... [more]
Shenberger English (?)
The name Shenberger comes from a common mix up with the archaic Austrian-German surname Schoenberg; meaning "Beautiful Mountain."
Siewert German
Derived from the Frisian and Low German given name Sievert.
Siler English
Anglicized form of Seiler, an occupational name for a rope maker, from German Seil ‘rope’
Sinnamon English
Scottish surname which is a corruption of the place name Kinnimonth, meaning "head of the hill".
Sivelle French
A rare surname.
Sobranie Macedonian (Rare)
Sobranie means "Parliament" in Macedonian.
Soete Low German
Derived from Low German söt /seut "sweet".
Solak Polish
Surname; meaning seller of salt or salt
Soyer French
French surname (Alexis Benoist Soyer is a famous bearer).
Speck German
Variant of Specker as well as a locational surname from one of various places called Speck, Specke and Specken in northern Germany and Spöck in southern Germany, as well as an occupational surname derived from German Speck "bacon" denoting a butcher who sepcialized in the production of bacon, as well as a derisive nickname for a corpulent person.
Sperry English
Variant of Spear.
Stancel German
Probably an altered spelling of Stancil or possibly of German Stenzel.
Stauffer German
This surname refers either to various towns named Stauffen or else it might be derived from Middle High German stouf "high rock/cliff/crag".
Steel English
Variant of Steele.
Stoian Romanian
Derived from Bulgarian Stoyan.
Straughan English
Northern English (Northumbria and the Northeast) variant of Scottish Strachan.
Stukeley English
From a surname meaning "woodland clearing with tree stumps" in Old English.
Stuyvesant Dutch
Dutch surname of unknown meaning. ... [more]
Sukacz Polish (Rare)
father surname.
Suliman Arabic
From the given name Sulayman.
Sykes English
English Surname (mainly Yorkshire): topographic name for someone who lived by a stream in a marsh or in a hollow, from Middle English syke ‘marshy stream’, ‘damp gully’, or a habitational name from one of the places named with this word, in Lancashire and West Yorkshire.
Tabor English, Hungarian, Czech, Slovak, Jewish
English: metonymic occupational name for a drummer, from Middle English, Old French tabo(u)r ‘drum’.... [more]