Submitted Surnames of Length 10

This is a list of submitted surnames in which the length is 10.
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Chesterton English
From the name of a parish in Cambridgeshire.
Chiappetta Italian
A nickname derived from chiappa, meaning "buttock, butt cheek". Alternately, may be a diminutive of Chiappa.
Chichigova Chechen
Feminine transcription of Chechen Чичигов (see Chichigov).
Chikamatsu Japanese
From 近 (chika) meaning "close, near" and 松 (matsu) meaning "pine, fir tree".
Chinchilla Spanish
Originally denoted a person from the Spanish town of Chinchilla de Monte-Aragón in the province of Albacete. The place name is possibly of Arabic origin.
Chindavong Lao
From Lao ຈິນດາ (chinda) meaning "imagination, meditation, reflection" and ວົງ (vong) meaning "lineage, family".
Chousokabe Japanese
From Japanese 長 (chou) meaning "chief, head, leader", 宗 (so) meaning "religion", 我 (ka) meaning "ego" and 部 (be) meaning "section".
Christophe French
From the given name Christophe.
Chronowski Polish
This indicates familial origin within either of 5 Lesser Polish villages: Chronów-Kolonia Dolna, Chronów-Kolonia Górna, Chronówek, Chronów in Gmina Orońsko, or Chronów in Gmina Nowy Wiśnicz.
Chrysanthe French
From the Greek Χρύσανθος (Chrysanthos), meaning "golden flower". This surname was first given to children found on October 25, the feast day of Saint Chrysanthos.
Churchward Anglo-Saxon
Churchward derives from Old English pre 7th Century 'cyrice' meaning church, plus 'weard', a ward of guardian, originally given as an occupation name to a church custodian.
Churchyard English
It comes from when the family lived in or near the precincts of a church. Churchyard belongs to the large class of Anglo-Saxon topographic surnames, which were given to a person who resided near a physical feature such as "a hill", "stream", "church", or "type of tree".
Ciabattino Italian
Italian for "cobbler."
Ciavarella Italian
From Sicilian ciavaredda "goat kid", an occupational name for a goatherd, or perhaps a nickname based on the bearer's appearance or behaviour.
Ciccarelli Italian
Derived from the given name Francesco.
Ciccotosto Italian
From Cicco combined with tosto "hard, tough".
Ciciriello Italian
Could derive from Ciccio, a nickname for the given name Francesco
Ciepliński Polish
This indicates familial origin within either of 3 Kuyavian villages: Ciepliny-Budy, Cieplinki, or Ciepliny.
Cieszyński Polish
Habitational name for a person from the town Cieszyn in southern Poland, derived from a diminutive of the given name Ciechosław.
Cingeswell English
Meaning "Lives at the King's spring"
Cleaveland English
Spelling variant of Cleveland.
Clemenceau French
Derived from the French given name Clément. A notable bearer was the French prime minister Georges Clemenceau (1841-1929), who successfully lead France through the end of World War I.
Čobanković Croatian
From čoban meaning ''shepherd''.
Codrington English
Habitational name from Codrington in Gloucestershire.
Coggeshall English
Habitational name from Coggeshall in Essex, England, which was derived from Cogg, an Old English personal name, and Old English halh meaning "nook, recess".
Colmenares Spanish
It literally means "apiaries", denoting someone who either worked at some or lived near some.
Combeferre Literature (?)
Combeferre is the surname of one of the strong, persuasive members of the ABC in Victor Hugo's novel Les Misérables. Meaning is unknown.
Competente Spanish (Philippines)
Means "competent" in Spanish.
Concepción Spanish
Means "conception'' in Spanish, in reference to the Immaculate Conception of Virgin Mary.
Concepcion Spanish (Filipinized)
Unaccented form of Concepción primarily used in the Philippines and America.
Connington English
This name means "The king's manor, the royal estate," from the Old Scandinavian word "konunger" + the Old English word "tun." It was listed twice in the Domesday Book of 1086, once as Coninctune and secondly as Cunitone.
Contractor Indian (Parsi)
Parsi occupational surname for a contractor, or someone who works on the basis of a contract. As the British rule of India demanded for all Parsees to adopt a surname, many adopted English vocabulary based on their occupation (i.e. Engineer or Merchant).
Copenhagen Jewish
From the name of the capital city of Denmark.
Copernicus History
Nicolaus Copernicus is a mathematician and astronomer who formulated a model of the universe that placed the Sun rather than the Earth at the center of the universe... [more]
Cordonnier French
An occupational surname for a cordwainer or shoemaker, and derived from Old French cordouanier, literally meaning "cobbler".
Cordoveiru Asturian
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous parish of the municipality of Pravia.
Cornacchia Italian
Nickname meaning "crow, jackdaw" in Italian, applied to someone who was talkative or thought to resemble a crow or jackdaw in some other way.
Cornwallis Scottish
Example: Lord Charles Cornwallis.
Coronacion Spanish (Philippines)
Derived from Spanish coronación, meaning "coronation", referring to the idea that the Virgin Mother of God was physically crowned as Queen of Heaven after her Assumption.
Coscollola Catalan
This indicates familial origin within or within the vicinity of the eponymous farmhouse in the municipality of Lladurs.
Costantino Italian
From the given name Costantino
Cottonwood English
The name of a person who lived among cottonwood trees.
Countryman English
Translation of German Landmann, Landsmann or Dutch Landman, Landsman, which means ‘countryman’ or ‘fellow countryman’.
Courcelles French
The name of several places in France, Belgium and Canada. In Middle French the word courcelle was used to describe a "small court" or a "small garden". The word is derived from the medieval Gallo-Romance and Gallo-Italian word corticella, which was formed from the Latin word cohors, meaning "court" or "enclosure", and the diminutive –icella.... [more]
Courfeyrac Literature
Courfeyrac is the surname that Victor Hugo used for Marius' closest friend in the friend of the ABC. Meaning is unknown.
Craparotta Italian
From Sicilian crapa "she-goat" and rotta "broken".
Crescencio Spanish
From the given name Crescencio
Crespolini Italian
Italian diminutive form of Crespo.
Crisafulli Italian
Derived from a Greek name, perhaps from χρυσός (khrysos) "gold" and φύλλον (phyllon) "leaf, foliage".
Cristoforo Italian
From the given name Cristoforo.
Crossfield English (British)
English Surname. Originated in Anglo-Saxon Families who lived at the Cross fields.
Cruikshank Scottish
From a medieval Scottish nickname for someone with a crooked leg (from Scots cruik "bent" + shank "leg"). This was the surname of British caricaturist George Cruikshank (1792-1872) and British actor Andrew Cruikshank (1907-1988).
Culbertson English, Scottish, Northern Irish
Patronymic from Culbert.
Cumberland English
Regional name for someone from Cumberland in northwestern England (now part of Cumbria).
Cunnington English (American)
Scottish linked to {Marshall}
Ćwikliński Polish
This indicates familial origin within either of 2 Masovian villages in Gmina Płońsk: Ćwiklinek or Ćwiklin.
Czarniecki Polish
Name for a person from a town named Czarnca, Czarne, Czarnocin or Czarnia, all derived from Polish czarny meaning "black".
Czelusniak Czech
Jewish, Polish
Czesławski Polish
Indicates familial origin from either Czesławice or Czesławów.
Czudnowski Polish
Meaning and history unknown
D'abbeville French
Means "of Abbeville" Abbeville is a commune in France. Takes its name from Latin Abbatis Villa meaning "Abbot's Village".
Damaskinos Greek
Greek surname and first name that means “from Damascus”.
Damianakos Greek
Son of, or little Damianos.
Danielides Greek
Non-modern variant transcription of Daniilidis.
Daníelsson Icelandic
Means "son of Daníel" in Icelandic.
Daniilidis Greek
Means "Son of Daniil".
Dankiewicz Polish
From the Polish given name Daniel, using a nickname of the name Danusz.
Dantschler Jewish Legend
Swiss Austrian Jewish name for acrobats, dancers, and minstrels
Dantzscher Jewish
Swiss Austrian Jewish origin ... [more]
Darchinyan Armenian
Derived from the word դարչին (darchin) meaning "cinnamon" in Armenian.
Darchynian Armenian (Ukrainianized), Ukrainian
Ukrainian form of the Armenian surname Darchinyan.
Darlington English
From Old English Dearthington believed to be the settlement of Deornoth's people (unclear root + ing a family group + ton an enclosed farm or homestead).
Daskalakis Greek
Comes from the Greek root word of "Daskalalos" (Δάσκαλος) that means "teacher", with the adittion of the ending "akis" (ακης) that usually shows a connection with the island of Crete
Dassanaike Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala දසනායක (see Dassanayake).
Datumanong Filipino, Maranao
From Datomanong, the name of a character in the Maranao epic Darangen. The name itself means "two-headed lizard" in Maranao.
D'aurevalle French (Archaic)
This medieval surname literally means "from Aurevalle". Aurevalle can refer to any of the three French communes that are nowadays known by the more modern spelling Orival. All of them ultimately derive their name from Latin aurea vallis meaning "golden vale" or "golden valley".
D'auréville French
Variant spelling of D'aureville.
D'aureville French
This surname literally means "from Aureville". Aureville is a commune in southwestern France, which was established in late medieval times. It derives its name from Latin aurea villa or villa aurea which literally means "golden country-house, golden farm" but of course later came to mean "golden village".
D'aurevilly French
Variant form of D'aureville. A known bearer of this name was the French novelist Jules Barbey d'Aurevilly (1808-1889).
Davidovski Macedonian
Means "son of David".
Dawidowicz Polish
Means "son of Dawid".
Dayarathna Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala දයාරත්න (see Dayaratne).
Dayarathne Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala දයාරත්න (see Dayaratne).
Dayawansha Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala දයාවංශ (see Dayawansa).
Deathridge English
Name given to someone who lived near a cemetery on a ridge.
De Bailleul Picard
Parisianized form of D’bailleu.
De Clermont French
Means "of the bright hill" from the French de meaning "of" and clair, cler 'bright', 'clear' + mont 'hill'
Degenhardt German
Derived from the given name Degenhard.
De La Faieta Occitan
This indicates familial origin within the Arvernian commune of Ais de la Faieta.
Dela Fuente Spanish (Philippines)
Variant of De la Fuente primarily used in the Philippines.
De La Muerte Spanish (Rare)
Means "of death" in Spanish. Name given to a person who worked as a graveyard worker.
Delaplaine French
Means "of the Plain" in French
De La Sierra Spanish
Means "of the mountain range" in Spanish.
Delevingne French, English
Means "of the vine" in French. It is the surname of Poppy Delevingne and Cara Delevingne, both English actresses and models; it is also the surname of French-born photojournalist Lionel Delevingne
Delgadillo Spanish
Diminutive of Delgado.
De Los Reyes Spanish
Means “of the kings” in Spanish.
Delos Reyes Spanish (Philippines)
Variant of De Los Reyes primarily used in the Philippines.
Del Rosario Spanish, Filipino
Means "of the rosary" in Spanish.
Del Rosario Spanish
Del Rosario, in Spanish and Italian languages, and do Rosário in Portuguese language (English: of the rosary) is a surname that has as its etymology, the Latin preposition, "de" meaning "of the" and the Latin noun "rosarium", meaning "rosegarden"1 or "garland of roses"2 but in this case, takes the meaning of "rosary", the Roman Catholic devotion to the Virgin Mary... [more]
Delvecchio Italian
The surname Delvecchio is derived from the Italian word vecchi, which further derives from the late Latin word veclus, which measn old, aged, or elderly.
Dementieva Russian
Alternate transcription of Russian Дементьева (see Dementyeva).
Dementyeva Russian
Feminine transcription of Russian Дементьев (see Dementyev).
Demerchant French (Acadian)
A name meaning "the merchant", though the spelling indicates dutch origins.
Demontigny French
habitational name with fused preposition de "from" for someone from any of several places in various parts of France named Montigny (see Montigny).
Demyanenko Ukrainian
Means "son of Demyan".
Denisovich Russian, Literature
Means “son of Denis”. Used in the 1962 book "One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich."
Dennington English
Habitational name from a place in Suffolk, recorded in Domesday Book as Dingifetuna, from the Old English female personal name Denegifu (composed of the elements Dene meaning "Dane" + gifu meaning "gift") + Old English tūn meaning "enclosure", "settlement".
Denoncourt French (Quebec)
Possibly a habitational name.
De Praetere Flemish
Means "The Prattler", from or related to Middle Dutch praten "to chatter" (c. 1400), from a Proto-Germanic imitative root.
Derakhshan Persian
Means "bright, brilliant" in Persian.
Derbyshire English
Shire of Derby; one who came from Derbyshire, a county in England.
Derevyanko Russian
From Russian деревян (derevyan) meaning "wooden".
Descatoire French
Alexandre Descatoire was a French sculptor (1874-1949)... [more]
Desiderato Piedmontese
From the given name Desiderato
Desteffani Romansh
Derived from the preposition de "of" and Steffani.
Devalcourt French (Cajun)
Habitational name from places in France named Valcourt.
De Vignerot French, French (Belgian)
The surname Vignerot was first found in Belgium, where the name became noted for its many branches in the region, each house acquiring a status and influence which was envied by the princes of the region... [more]
Dharmadasa Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit धर्म (dharma) meaning "that which is established, law, duty, virtue" and दास (dasa) meaning "servant, slave".
Dharmapala Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit धर्म (dharma) meaning "that which is established, law, duty, virtue" and पाल (pala) meaning "guard, protector".
Dharmasena Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit धर्म (dharma) meaning "that which is established, law, duty, virtue" and सेना (sena) meaning "army".
Dharmasiri Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit धर्म (dharma) meaning "that which is established, law, duty, virtue" and श्री (shri) meaning "diffusing light, radiance, splendour, beauty".
Di Agostino Italian
From the given name Agostino.
Diasamidze Georgian
Means "son of Diasami", from a Georgian given name of unknown meaning, perhaps meaning "master" or derived from Abkhaz дәаӡа (dwaʒa) meaning "uncultivated land, virgin soil" (thus used to refer to someone who plowed land)... [more]
Di Bernardo Italian
From the given name Bernardo. Means "Son of Bernardo".
Dieuleveut French
From French Dieu le veut, "God wills it".
Di Giovanni Italian
From the given name Giovanni.
Dijkhuizen Dutch
Means "houses in the dike" in Dutch, derived from dijk meaning "dike, ditch, levee" and huizen meaning "houses, settlement", and so indicated a person who lived in a house close to a dyke or embankment.
Dimalaluan Filipino, Tagalog
Means "insurpassable" from Tagalog di meaning "no, not" and laluan meaning "surpass, exceed".
Dimaunahan Filipino, Tagalog
Means "champion" (literally "cannot be outdone") from Tagalog di meaning "no, not" and unahan meaning "front, head, first".
Dimayacyac Filipino, Tagalog
Means "cannot be crushed (in a fight)" from Tagalog di meaning "no, not" and yakyak meaning "crushed, trampled".
Dimercurio Italian
DiMercurio is an alternate spelling of Di Mercurio.
Dimitrenko Russian, Ukrainian
From the given name Dimitry.
Dingfelder Medieval German (Rare, Archaic)
When surnames were finally adopted, family heads who originated from Thungfeld in the Steigerwald area of Mittelfranken, took the name of their traditional home area.
Diotallevi Italian
Means "god raise you", from Italian dio "god, deity" and allevi "to raise (children)". Often given to abandoned or orphaned children.
Disanayaka Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala දිසානායක (see Dissanayake).
Disanayake Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala දිසානායක (see Dissanayake).
Dissanaike Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala දිසානායක (see Dissanayake).
Djordjević Serbian
Alternate transcription of Đorđević.
Djukanović Montenegrin
Alternate transcription of Đukanović.
Dobrovolný Czech
Means "voluntary", "free".
Donabedian Armenian
Patronymic from classical Armenian tōnapet meaning ‘head of a festival’.
Dorchester English
Derived from either the village in Oxfordshire, or the county town of Dorset, England (both of which have the same name). Both are named with a Celtic name, respectively Dorcic and Durnovaria combined with Old English ceaster meaning "Roman fort, walled city".
Dorsainvil Haitian Creole
Ornamental name derived from French d'or meaning "of gold" combined with saint "holy" and vil "settlement" (the Haitian Creole spelling of French ville).
Douangdara Lao
From Lao ດວງ (douang) meaning "ball, sphere, circle" and ດາລາ (dara) meaning "star".
Douangmala Lao
From Lao ດວງ (douang) meaning "circle" and ມາລາ (mala) meaning "bunch of flowers, garland".
Dragonetti Italian
Diminutive of drago or dragone "dragon".
Dransfield English
Means "Drains the fields".
Drouillard French
Probably a derogatory nickname, from a derivative of the regional term drouiller "to defecate", which also has various figurative senses.
Drozdowski Polish
Habitational name for someone from any of various places called Drozdowo or Drozdów, for example.
Dubhagáinn Irish
Derived from the given name Dubhagáin.
Ducksworth English
Variant spelling of Duckworth.
Dugopolski Polish (Anglicized)
To originate from Długopole, Poland.
Dunayevsky Russian
Derived from the Danube, the second-longest river in Europe. Two famous bearers are Soviet film composer and conductor Isaak Dunayevsky (1900-1955), and his son, Russian film composer Maksim Dunayevsky (1945-).
Duschletta Romansh
Derived from the given name Duscha.
Düsterwald German
Derived from Middle Low German düster "dark" combined with Old High German wald "forest".
Dvoretskiy Russian
Means "butler" in Russian.
Dzhamalova Chechen
Feminine transcription of Chechen Джамалов (see Dzhamalov).
Dzhokharov Chechen
Means "son of Dzhokhar".
Działyński Polish
This indicates familial origin within Działyń, Gmina Zbójno.
Dziamidčyk Belarusian
Derived from a diminutive form of the given name Dziamid.
Earenfight English
appears in early American history in Pennsylvania and New Jerssey. Jacob Earenfight fought in the Battle of Princeton in the American Revolutionary War.
Ebrahimian Persian
From the given name Ebrahim.
Economides Greek
Patronymic form of Economos.
Eddudóttir Icelandic
Means "daughter of Edda". Used only by women.
Ediriweera Sinhalese
Derived from Sinhalese ඉදිරි (idiri) meaning "front, forward" and Sanskrit वीर (vira) meaning "hero, man, brave".
Edvardsson Swedish
Means "son of Edvard".
Efstathiou Greek
Means "son of Efstathios".
Efstratiou Greek
Means "son of Efstratios".
Ehrenreich German, Jewish, Yiddish
Jewish/Yiddish German ornamental surname meaning “Rich in honour”
Eichelberg German
Habitational name from any of various places, notably one southeast of Heidelberg, named from Middle High German eichel meaning "acorn" + berc meaning "mountain", "hill", or topographic name for someone who lived on an oak-covered hill.
Eichenbaum German, Jewish
German cognate of Eikenboom, from Middle High German eich "oak" and boum "tree".
Eichenlaub German, Jewish
Derived from Eichenlau, a topographic name from Middle High German eichen "oaks" and loh "forest clearing", reinterpreted through folk etymology as Eichenlaub, meaning "oak leaf".
Eingeweide German
A German surname meaning "guts" or "viscera".
Eisenhauer German
Occupational name meaning "iron cutter" where Eisen- means "iron" and -hauer means "hewer". The verb 'hew' being less well used in English than in earlier times, but still understood to mean cut, such as in hewing tree limbs... [more]
Eisenhower English (American)
American form of German Eisenhauer. A notable bearer was Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890-1969), president of the United States between 1953 and 1961. His ancestors immigrated to Pennsylvania from Germany in the 1740s and at some point the spelling changed from Eisenhauer to Eisenhower.
Eisenstein German, Jewish
topographic name for someone who lived by a place where iron ore was extracted or perhaps a habitational name from a place called for its iron works. Jewish artificial compound of German isarn "iron" and stein "stone".
Eldessouky Arabic (Egyptian)
Means "the Dessouky" in Arabic, most likely referring to the city of Desouk in northern Egypt.
Elisabelar Basque
Meaning prairie or meadow of the church. It's a surname of the christian inspiration.
Elizabelar Basque
The Basque surname Elizabelar or De Elizabelar means "meadow of the church,". It's a surname that belongs to Celtic families. The Basques come from the ancient Celtic ethnic group (Celtic tribe) in the Pyrenees called (named) the baskunes or the barskunes (the people of the above).
El Jaouhari Arabic (Maghrebi)
Means "the Jaouhari" in Arabic, Jaouhari being derived from Arabic جوهر (jawhar) "jewel, precious stone, gem, essence" (see Jawahir)... [more]