Submitted Surnames of Length 10

This is a list of submitted surnames in which the length is 10.
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Turrentine American
Origin unidentified (Dictionary of American Family Names: '1881 census has 0, Not in RW, EML'), perhaps from the Italian surname Tarantino.
Tursynbaev Kazakh
Means "son of Tursynbay".
Twardowski Polish
This indicates familial origin within any of 3 Greater Polish villages: 2 named Twardowo or 1 named Twardów.
Tynyshbaev Kazakh
Means "son of Tyhsynbai".
Tyutyunnik Russian
Occupational name for a tobacco tycoon, derived from Slavic word tyutyun literally meaning "tobacco".
Tyutyunnyk Ukrainian
Ukrainian transcription of Russian Тютюнник (see Tyutyunnik).
Ubaidullah Arabic, Urdu
Derived from the given name Ubaidullah.
Ulenspegel Low German, Literature
This is the name of Dyl Ulenspegel is a trickster figure originating in Middle Low German folklore, possibly meaning "owl mirror".
Ulyanovsky Russian
Means "son of Ulyan".
Underbrook English
Meaning "under the brook".
Uppadathil Malayalam
From Old Malayalam uppadam (sea), lit. "from over the Arabian sea," referring to the descendants of a group of Arab traders who settled in Kerala. Predominantly Muslim, although sizeable sections have branched away and practice Hinduism... [more]
Urbanowicz Polish
Patronymic from the personal name Urban.
Urushihara Japanese (Rare)
漆 (Urushi) means "lacquer/lacker, varnish" and 原 (hara) means "plain, field".
Urzędowski Polish
This indicates familial origin within the Lesser Polish town of Urzędów.
Utsunomiya Japanese
This surname is used as either 宇都宮 or 宇津宮 with 宇 (u) meaning "eaves, heaven, house, roof", 都 (tsu, to, miyako) meaning "capital, metropolis", 津 (shin, tsu) meaning "ferry, harbour, haven, port" and 宮 (kyuu, ku, kuu, guu, miya) meaning "constellations, palace, princess, Shinto shrine."... [more]
Utsunomiya Japanese
From Japanese 宇 (u) meaning "house, eaves, universe", 都 (tsu) meaning "city", and 宮 (miya) meaning "temple, shrine, palace".
Uuehendrik Estonian
Uuehendrik is an Estonian surname meaning "new Hendrik (a masculine given name)". Probably derived from the offspring of a Hendrik junior.
Uytdehaage Dutch
Means "from The Hague", a city in the province of South Holland in the Netherlands. It could also mean "from the hedge". Both etymologies are derived from Dutch uit meaning "out, of, from" and Middle Dutch hage meaning "hedge, bush"... [more]
Vaaderpall Estonian
Vaaderpall is an Estonian surname meaning "level mark".
Valderrama Spanish
Habitational name from any of the places named Valderrama, as for example in Burgos province.
Valderrama Spanish
This surname is made up of the prefix "bal-" from latin "vallis," the equivalent of prefix "-valle" meaning a vale or a valley plus the Spanish "derramare" - to scatter or to spread. Hence, implies valley which is spread out.
Valdivieso Spanish
This place-name is derived from the Asturian word val-di-vieso, which means old man's-valley.
Valdovinos Spanish
Spanish: from a personal name of ancient Germanic origin composed of the elements bald 'bold brave' + win 'friend'.
Valenciano Spanish
A Spanish surname. It is a regional name denoting someone from Valencia.
Valenzuela Spanish
Habitational name from places named Valenzuela in Córdoba and Ciudad Real. The place name is a diminutive of Valencia, literally "Little Valencia".
Valikangas Finnish
A Finnish Surname
Valladolid Spanish
Habitational name from the city of this name.
Valliveere Estonian
Valliveere is an Estonian surname meaning "bank/embankment rolling".
Van Buskirk Dutch
The name is made up of two Dutch words: "bos," meaning "woods," and "kerk," meaning "church." The characteristic Dutch prefix "van" literally means "from," and thus the surname indicates "one from the church in the woods."
Van De Leest Dutch
Possibly an allusion to the shoemaker's profession, whether or not through a house name 'De Leest', which may have been the name of a shoemaker's building. A last is a (wooden) shape over which shoes are formed.
Van Den Geer Dutch
Topographical name from geer 'headland'.
Vandeputte Flemish
From the pit/From the well.
Van Der Bilt Dutch (Rare)
Topographic name for someone living by a low hill, from Middle Low German bulte "mound", "low hill"
Vanderbilt Dutch, German
Topographic name for someone living by a low hill, from Middle Low German bulte "mound", "low hill".
Van Der Klok Dutch
Toponymic surname, meaning "from/of the kolk".
Van Der Kolk Dutch
'van der' means "of the" ... [more]
Van Der Kooi Dutch
name for someone from either of two places, De Kooi in South Holland or De Kooy in North Holland.
Van Der Leij Dutch
Derived from Dutch lei meaning "slate" (effectively meaning "from the slate"), indicating that the original bearer of this name may have come from a place where slate was produced.
Van Der Loop Dutch
Topographical name for someone who lived by a waterway, Middle Dutch lo(e)pe, in particular a waterway called De Loop in North Brabant.
Vandermast Dutch
Topographic name for someone from a place rich in animal fodder, for example acorns.
van der Most Dutch
Topographic name for someone who lived in a place where moss grew.
Vanderpool Dutch
Means, from the pool. It was a topographic name for someone who lived by a pool or pond, derived from the Dutch word POL. The name is also spelt POHL, POL, POLL, POLS, Van den POLL and POLMAN.
Van Der Waal Dutch
Toponymic surname of Dutch origin. The original bearer of the name may have lived or worked at or near a "wal": a river embankment, quay, or rampage.
Van de Velde Dutch
A toponymic name meaning "from the field" in Dutch.
Van Edwards Dutch, English
Not known, Possibly A Dutch variant of Edwards.
Van Gameren Dutch
Meaning "from Gameren".
Van Haitsma Dutch
Habitational name for someone from Haitsma, a place in Friesland.
Van Krieken Dutch (Rare)
Means "cherry" in Dutch.
van Niekerk Afrikaans
Topographic name for any of the various locations named Nieuwerkerk in The Netherlands or Nieuwerkerken in Belgium. The name itself means "of the new church" from Dutch van meaning "of" combined with nieuw meaning "new" and kerk meaning "church".
Van Ommeren Dutch
Means "from Ommeren", a small village in the province of Gelderland in the Netherlands.
Vasiljević Serbian
Patronymic, meaning "son of Vasilije".
Veneracion Spanish (Philippines)
Derived from Spanish veneración meaning "veneration."
Venturelli Italian
Especially used in Northern Italy
Verbruggen Dutch
Verbruggen... [more]
Vergottini Italian
It seems most common in Italy
Victoriano Spanish
From the given name Victoriano
Viengvilay Lao
From Lao ວຽງ (vieng) meaning "town, city" and ວິໄລ (vilay) meaning "splendid, beautiful".
Vikentiyev Russian
Variant transcription of Vikentiev.
Vikingsson Swedish (Rare)
Means "son of Viking" in Swedish.
Vilallonga Catalan
It indicates familial origin within the eponymous Valencian municipality.
Vilavongsa Lao
From Lao ວິລະ (vila) meaning "hero, brave" and ວົງສາ (vongsa) meaning "family".
Vilaythong Lao
From Lao ວິໄລ (vilay) meaning "splendid, beautiful" and ທອງ (thong) meaning "gold".
Villalvazo Spanish
Hispanic (Mainly Mexico): Derivative Of Spanish Villalba Or Villalva .
Villamayor Spanish
Habitational name for any of the numerous places in Spain with this name.
Villamizar Spanish
Habitational name from Villamizar in León.
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".
Villarruel Spanish
Cognate of Villa with the second element of unexplained etymology. Compare Villarroel.
Villasante Spanish
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous neighborhood of the Castilian municipality of Merindad de Montija.
Villasenor Spanish
Habitational name, apparently a Castilianized spelling of Galician Vilseñor, from any of three places in Lugo province named Vilaseñor.
Villasurda German
Villasurda is a Germanic name dating back to the time of the Vikings. It, roughly translated from a Norse word, means, "the one who is fat."
Villoslada Spanish
From the village of Villoslada in Spain.
Viramontes Spanish
Viramontes is composed of the elements "mira" and "montes," two Spanish words with the combined meaning of "place with a view of the mountains."
Viravongsa Lao
Alternate transcription of Lao ວິລະວົງສາ (see Vilavongsa).
Virolainen Finnish
From the Finnish word, meaning "an Estonian".
Vitkauskas Lithuanian
Lithuanian variant of the surname Witkowski.
Vogt De Salz Medieval German
Toponymic variant of Vogt.
Vojniković Bosnian, Croatian
Means "son of a soldier" in various Balkan languages.
Voldemaras Lithuanian
From the given name Voldemaras.
Vollbrecht German
From a German personal name composed of the elements folk ‘people’ + berht ‘bright’, ‘famous’. In the U.S. this name is often Americanized as Fulbright and Fullbright.
Von Der Lehr German
"from the Lehr" Meadow or Clearing
Vongphakdy Lao
From Lao ວົງ (vong) meaning "lineage, family" and ພັກດີ (phakdy) meaning "loyalty, devotion".
Vongsavath Lao
From Lao ວົງ (vong) meaning "lineage, family" and ສະຫວາດ (savath) meaning "sincere, open, beautiful".
Vorontsova Russian
Unknown history, used by Anna Vorontsova (cousin of Empress Elizabeth of Russia), Elizaveta Vorontsova (mistress of Emperor Peter III), and Yekaterina Romanovna Vorontsova-Dashkova, a major figure in the Russian Enlightenment.
Vukmanović Serbian, Montenegrin
Patronymic, meaning "son of Vukman".
Vuksanović Serbian
Derived from the given name Vuk.
Waddington English
Habitational name from any of various places called Waddington. One near Clitheroe in Lancashire and another in Lincolnshire (Wadintune in Domesday Book) were originally named in Old English as the "settlement" (Old English tūn) associated with Wada.
Wainwright English
Occupational name for a maker or repairer of wagons.
Wakatsuchi Japanese
From the Japanese 若 (waka) "young" and 土 (tsuchi) "earth," "soil."
Walkington English
Habitational name from a place in East Yorkshire named Walkington, from an unattested Old English personal name Walca + -ing- denoting association with + tūn.
Walkinshaw Scottish
Habitational name from Walkinshaw in Renfrewshire, which was probably named from Old English wealcere meaning "fuller" + sceaga meaning "copse".
Wallington American
From the surname of two girls from Rebel Starzz.
Wanderlust English (American)
Wanderlust derived from Artemis G.J. Wanderlust (birth name: Joseph E Yoder) in the year 2021, as an ornamental surname representing both:... [more]
Wapelhorst Low German
"Wapel" (pronounced VA-pel) is a river in Northern Germany. "Horst" means 'eagle's nest' in modern German but also means 'man of the forest' in Old German.
Warrington English
habitational name from Warrington in Lancashire. The placename probably derives from Old English wering, wæring "dam" (a derivative of wer, wær "weir") and tun "farmstead, estate"... [more]
Wasikowska Polish
It is the surname of Australian actress Mia Wasikowska.
Wassermann German
German cognate of Waterman 2. occupational name for a water-carrier or a topographic name from Middle High German wazzar "water" and man "man"... [more]
Watabohshi Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of Japanese Kanji 綿帽子 (see Watabōshi).
Wataboushi Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of Japanese Kanji 綿帽子 (see Watabōshi).
Waterfield English
Derived from a town named Vatierville.
Waterhouse German
Old German and Dutch locational name meaning “a house by water.”
Wawrzyniak Polish
from the personal name Wawrzyniec
Wedderburn Scottish
From the name of a location in Berwickshire, Scotland, which is derived from wedder “wether” and Old English burn “stream”.
Weeraratna Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala වීරරත්න (see Weeraratne).
Weeraratne Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit वीर (vira) meaning "hero, man, brave" and रत्न (ratna) meaning "jewel, treasure".
Weerawansa Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit वीर (vira) meaning "hero, man, brave" and वंश (vansa) meaning "lineage, clan, family".
Weinheimer German
German: habitational name for someone from any of the places named Weinheim, for example in Baden and Hessen.
Wellington English
Habitational name from any of the three places named Wellington, in Herefordshire, Shropshire, and Somerset. All are most probably named with an unattested Old English personal name Weola + -ing- (implying association with) + tun ‘settlement’.
Wernersson Swedish
Means "son of Werner".
Wertheimer German, Jewish
Habitational name for someone from Wertheim.
Wesolowski Polish
Meaning Happy men
Westendorf German
A habitational surname that means 'West Village' in German.
Westergård Swedish, Finnish
From Swedish väster meaning "west, western" combined with gård meaning "farm, yard, estate".
Westergren Swedish
Combination of Swedish väster "western" and gren "branch".
Westermann Low German
From Middle Low German wester meaning "westerly" and man meaning "man", making it a topographic surname for someone who lived west of a settlement or a regional surname for someone who had moved to the west... [more]
Wettläufer German
Derived from Middle High German wetteloufer meaning "runner", probably a nickname for a fast runner or someone who rushed around.
Whitehouse English
the origin of this surname started in England where people were called Whitehouse when they painted their houses white.
Whiteplume Arapaho
Native Arapaho Wyoming Montana
Whittlesey English
A habitational surname for someone from Whittlesey, an ancient market town in the Fenland district of Cambridgeshire in England. The town's name is derived from an unattested Old English personal name Wittel (or Witil), an occupational name given to a moneyer, and the Old English eg, meaning "island", also used to describe a piece of firm land in a fen... [more]
Wichayanee Thai
Meaning Unknown.
Wickersham English
A habitational surname that originates from a lost medieval site or village of Norse origins.... [more]
Wickstrand Swedish (Rare), Finnish (Rare)
Variant of Wikstrand, a surname composed of Swedish vik "bay" and strand "beach".
Wierzbicka Polish
Feminine form of Wierzbicki.
Wiesenthal German
Habitational name from any of various places called Wiesent(h)al.
Wiesenthal Jewish
Ornamental name from German Wiese "meadow" + Tal "valley".
Wieslander Swedish
Combination of an unexplained first element and the common surname suffix -lander.
Wijerathna Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala විජේරත්න (see Wijeratne).
Wijerathne Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala විජේරත්න (see Wijeratne).
Wijesekara Sinhalese
From Sanskrit विजय (vijaya) meaning "victory" and शेखर (shekhara) meaning "crest, peak, top".
Wijesingha Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala විජේසිංහ (see Wijesinghe).
Wijesinghe Sinhalese
From Sanskrit विजय (vijaya) meaning "victory" and सिंह (sinha) meaning "lion".
Wijesuriya Sinhalese
From Sanskrit विजय (vijaya) meaning "victory" and सूर्य (surya) meaning "sun".
Willingham English
Habitational name from a place named Willingham, notably one in Cambridgeshire and one in Suffolk. The first is recorded in Domesday Book as Wivelingham "homestead (Old English hām) of the people of a man called Wifel".
Wimalasena Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit विमल (vimala) meaning "clean, pure" and सेना (sena) meaning "army".
Wimalasiri Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit विमल (vimala) meaning "clean, pure" and श्री (shri) meaning "diffusing light, radiance, splendour, beauty".
Windenburg German, Germanic
Means "Windy Castle" in German.
Windmiller English
Name for a person that works at a windmill.
Winkelmann German, Jewish
German and Jewish (Ashkenazic): topographic name for someone who lived on a corner or kept a corner shop (see Winkel), with the addition of Middle High German man, German Mann ‘man’... [more]
Winstanley English
Means "person from Winstanley", Lancashire ("Wynnstān's glade", Wynnstān being an Old English male personal name, literally "joy-stone"; cf. Winston)... [more]
Winterberg German
Habitational name from any of several places named with Middle High German winter "winter" and berg "mountain".
Winterburn English
habitational name from any of various places called with Old English winter "winter" and burna "stream" meaning "winter stream" for a stream which only flows or flows at a faster rate during the winter and more or less dries up in summer such as Winterburn in Gargrave (Yorkshire) Winterbourne (Berkshire Gloucestershire) Winterbourne Bassett (Wiltshire) or one of thirteen parishes named Winterborne in Dorset including Winterborne Abbas Winterborne Monkton and Winterborne Zelstone... [more]
Wiśniewska f Polish
Feminine form of Wiśniewski.
Withycombe English
Willow Valley. ... [more]
Wittenberg Low German
Habitational name for someone from a place called Wittenberg, Wittenberge, or Wittenbergen.
Wittenborn Low German
Habitational name from any of several places so named, for example near Bad Segeberg and near Neubrandenburg.
Wolveridge English (British)
Derived from the personal name Wulfric.
Wongphakdi Thai
From Thai วง (wong) meaning "lineage, family, dynasty" and ภักดี (phakdi) meaning "devotion, loyalty".
Woodbridge English
Originated in old England and likely linked to the town of Woodbridge in Suffolk, East Anglia, United Kingdom. Well known Woodbridge's include the Australian Tennis player Todd Woodbridge. There was a famous lineage of six English John Woodbridge's in the fourteenth to seventeenth centuries, all Church ministers... [more]
Wooldridge English
From the medieval personal name Wolrich (from Old English Wulfrīc, literally "wolf-power").
Woźniakowa Polish (Archaic), Jewish
Archaic feminine spelling of Woźniak.
Wrzesiński Polish
Name for someone from a place called Września, Wrzesina or Wrzesiny, all derived from Polish wrzos meaning "heather".
Wunderlich German
A nickname for an eccentric or moody person, derived from the word wunderlich meaning "whimsical" in German.
Wysokiński Polish
This indicates familial origin within the Lesser Polish village of Wysokin.
Xotlanihua Nahuatl
Means "owner of flowering" or "there will be growing" in Nahuatl, probably originating as a personal name.
Yakubovich Russian, Belarusian
Derived from the given name Yakub.
Yakushijin Japanese
Variant reading of Japanese Kanji 薬師神 or 藥師神 (see Yakushiji).
Yalçınkaya Turkish
Means "steep rock", derived from Turkish yalçın meaning "steep" and kaya meaning "rock, cliff".
Yampilskiy Ukrainian (Rare)
This was used by people originating from any of various Ukrainian settlements by the name of "Yampil".
Yanagihara Japanese
From Japanese 柳 (yanagi) meaning "willow" and 原 (hara) meaning "field, plain".
Yanagimoto Japanese
Yanagi means "Willow" and Moto means "Source, Root, Origin."
Yanagisawa Japanese
From Japanese 柳 (yanagi) meaning "willow" and 沢 (sawa) meaning "marsh".
Yandarbiev Chechen
Means "son of Yandarbi".
Yarmolenko Ukrainian
Regional name for someone from Yarmolyntsi, an urban-type settlement in Ukraine.
Yarzagaray Spanish (Caribbean), Papiamento (?)
Aruban surname of Basque origin.
Yefimovich Russian
Grigori Yefimovich who is best known as "Rasputin" was a Russian peasant, mystic and private adviser to the Romanovs (Tsar Nicholas II and his wife Tsarina Alexandra in the early 20th century).
Yemelyanov Russian
Means "son of Yemelyan".
Yerbabuena Spanish (Latin American)
From Spanish yerba buena meaning "good herb"
Yermolayev Russian
Means "son of Yermolai".
Yevdokimov Russian
Means "son of Yevdokim".
Yontararak Thai (Rare)
From Thai ยนตร (yontra) meaning "mechanical device; motor; engine" and รักษ์ (rak) meaning "to cure, to take care of".
Yoshiizumi Japanese
formed with 吉 (Yoshi, Kichi, Kitsu) meaning "good luck; joy; congratulations" and 泉 (Izumi, Sen) meaning "spring; fountain". So the meaning could be interpreted as “Fountain of Good Luck” or “Lucky Fountain”
Yoshimitsu Japanese
Yoshi means "good luck" and mitsu means "light".
Youngblood English
Americanisation of the German surname Jungbluth.
Yovanovich Serbian
Anglicised form of Jovanović.
Yuhnomidoh Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of Japanese Kanji 熊野御堂 (see Yūnomidō).
Yukkupicio Cahita
It literally means "drizzle".
Yuunomidou Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of Japanese Kanji 熊野御堂 (see Yūnomidō).
Yuzurihara Japanese
Means "the field of the gentle Village". From the Japanese words Yasuri (gentle village) and Hara (plain, field).
Zændžiaty Ossetian
From the Persian word zangi meaning "Dark Skinned". Zangiev and Zangief are variants.
Zagórowski Polish
This indicates familial origin within either the Lesser Polish village of Zagórowa or the Greater Polish town of Zagórów.
Zahornacky South Slavic (Americanized, Modern, Rare)
Zahornacky is the americanized version of name Zahornitski, meaning “The people from over the mountain”. The name has roots in Czechoslovakian and Polish decent.
Zamfirescu Romanian
Means "son of Zamfir" in Romanian.
Zdravković Serbian
Means "son of Zdravko".
Zdrojewski Polish
Habitational name for someone from any of several places called Zdroje or Zdrojewo, in particular in Bydgoszcz voivodeship, named with Polish zdroje meaning "springs","spa".
Zelníčková f Czech
Feminine form of Zelníček. This is the maiden name of Donald Trump's first wife, Ivana Zelníčková Trump.
Zelnickova Jewish
Zelnickova is a Jewish (Eastern Ashkenazic) surname that can be found in Czechoslovakia, Poland and Slovenia. This surname is derived from the Yiddish word tselnick which in English means haberdashery... [more]
Zetterberg Swedish
Combination of Swedish säter "outlying meadow" and berg "mountain, hill".
Zettergren Swedish
Combination of Swedish säter "outlying meadow" and gren "branch".
Zetterlund Swedish
Combination of Swedish säter "outlying meadow" and lund "grove".
Zhanibekov Kazakh
Means "son of Zhanibek".
Zholdoshov Kyrgyz
Means "son of Zholdosh".