Submitted Surnames of Length 10

This is a list of submitted surnames in which the length is 10.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
El Khattabi Moroccan
Derived from the Arabic given name Khattab and translates to "The Khattabi". A famous bearer is Rifian political/military leader Abdelkrim El Khattabi.
Ellerbrock Low German
North German: topographic name for someone who lived by a low-lying swamp overgrown with alders, from Middle Low German elre 'alder' brock 'swamp'.
Ellermeyer German
It is a combination of the German words “Eller,” which means “alder,” and “Meyer,” which means “steward” or farmer”. So, it is thought to refer to someone who was either a steward or farmer who lived near an alder grove.
Elmurzaeva Chechen
Feminine transcription of Chechen Эльмурзаев (see Elmurzaev).
El Ouazzani Arabic (Maghrebi)
Means "the Ouazzani", originally indicating a person who came from the town of Ouazzane in Morocco.
Elsharkawy Arabic (Egyptian)
Means "the easterner, the one from the east" from Arabic شَرْقِيّ (šarqiyy) meaning "east, eastern".
Eltringham English (British)
Meaning homestead
Enevoldsen Danish
Means "son of Enevold".
Engelhardt German
Derived from the Germanic given name Engelhard, composed of German engel meaning "angel" and hard meaning "brave, hardy, strong".
Ercolanese Italian
One who came from Ercolano.
Erlandsson Swedish
Means "son of Erland".
Ermatinger German (Swiss)
The surname Ermatinger derives from the village of Ermatingen on the Swiss shore of Lake Constance. It simply means "from Ermatingen".... [more]
Ernsberger German (Anglicized, Modern)
Also spelled (Ehrnsberger) has been said that a Christian Ernsberger or Ehrnsberger came to the U.S. in 1710 from Germany but i dont know from where in Germany.
Erratzuriz Basque
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous farmhouse in the Navarrese municipality of Baztan.
Errenteria Basque
Proper, non-Castilianized form of Renteria.
Eschenbach German
Eschenbach, from the root words Esch and Bach, is a surname that has origins in Germany and/or Switzerland. Esch is German for ash tree, and bach is German for brook, a small stream. Popular use of the surname includes the poet knight Wolfram von Eschenbach, and the name is used for multiple locations in Germany and Switzerland, or even more locations if you include spelling variations such as Eschbach, as this surname has undergone multiple mutations throughout history... [more]
Eschonbach German (Japanized, Modern, Rare)
A misspelling of the surname Eschenbach from the science-fiction series Mobile Suit Gundam with the characters Icelina Eschonbach and Joseph Eschonbach, which is possibly in reference to the poet knight Wolfram von Eschenbach given the military themes in the series such as German-based armored robotic vehicles.
Escoriuela Aragonese
It indicates familial origin within the eponymous municipality.
Esfandiari Persian
From the given name Esfandiar.
Espiridión Spanish
From the given name Espiridión.
Estanislao Spanish
From the given name Estanislao.
Estanislau Portuguese
Stanislav Derived from the Slavic elements stani meaning "stand, become" combined with slava meaning "glory".... [more]
Esteruelas Spanish
Possibly from the place name Camarma de Esteruelas, a village in Madrid.
Esztergomi Hungarian
Used by people in Komárom-Eszteregom, northern Hungary
Etcheberry Basque, English
From Basque etxe (house) and berri (new).
Everingham English
Means "homestead of the followers of Eofor". From Old English eofor "boar" inga, meaning "the people of, followers of" and ham meaning "home, estate, settlement".
Fahnbulleh Western African
Means "bold and strong" in Liberian.
Fahrenheit German
Derived from German fahren, meaning, "to ride", and Heit, which is the equivalent to the suffix "-ness". A famous bearer was Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit (1686- 1736), a Polish physicist who invented the Fahrenheit temperature measuring system.
Falaguerra Italian
Possibly means "make war" in Italian, from fare "to make, to provoke" and guerra "war". Alternately, from a given name of the same origin. ... [more]
Falkenberg German, Danish, Swedish (Rare), Norwegian (Rare)
Habitational name from any of several places named from Old High German falk "falcon" and berg "mountain, hill".
Fassbender German
Occupational name for a maker of keg barrels.
Fauntleroy English
Little Lord Fauntleroy is the first children's novel written by English playwright and author Frances Hodgson Burnett. Fauntleroy is also Donald Duck's middle name.
Faynshteyn Yiddish
It literally means "fine stone".
Fayzullina f Tatar, Bashkir
Feminine form of Fayzullin.
Fazakerley English
Means "person from Fazakerley", Liverpool ("glade by the borderland").
Federspiel German (Swiss)
Derived from Middle High German vederspil "bird of prey (trained for hunting)", this was an occupational name for a falconer.
Feigenbutz German
Occupational name for someone who sells figs.
Feoktistov Russian
Means "son of Feoktist".
Ferapontov Russian
Means "son of Ferapont".
Ferdinando Italian
From the given name Ferdinando
Fereydouni Persian
From the given name Fereydoun.
Ferhatović Bosnian
Means "son of Ferhat".
Ferrandino Italian
Derived from the masculine given name Ferrandino, which is a diminutive of the medieval Italian given name Ferrando. For more information about this, please see the entry for the patronymic surname of Ferrando.... [more]
Ferrantino Italian
Derived from the masculine given name Ferrantino, which is a diminutive of the medieval Italian given name Ferrante. For more information about this, please see the entry for the patronymic surname of Ferrante.
Ferreirous Galician (Latinized, Archaic)
Its meaning is smith. It comes from Galicia (Spain) and north of Portugal.
Fettiplace English (British)
Means “make room” from Anglo-French fete place, probably a name for an usher.
Feuerstein German
This name comes from the German feuer meaning fire, and stein meaning stone. This was a name commonly given to a blacksmith.
Fieldhouse English
Topographic name for someone who lived in a house in open pasture land. Reaney draws attention to the form de Felhouse (Staffordshire 1332), and suggests that this may have become Fellows.
Figueiredo Portuguese
Name for someone from any of various places named Figueiredo, from Portuguese figueiredo meaning "fig tree orchard".
Figuracion Spanish (Philippines)
Derived from Spanish figuración meaning "figuration."
Filipovich Ukrainian
Patronymic from the personal name Filip.
Filipowicz Polish
A patronymic from the given name Filip.
Filippelli Italian
Means "Son of Filippo." Italian form of Phillips.
Fioravanti Italian
Derived from the given name Fioravante.
Fiordelise Italian (Rare)
Derived from Italian fiordaliso "cornflower". In heraldry, however, fiordaliso is the Italian term for Fleur-de-lys, the symbol for the King of France (until the French Revolution). This surname either could have been ornamental, or could have referred to Italians loyal to the French Kingdom / Empire, even those among the king's guard.
Fiorentino Italian
From the given name Fiorentino
Fitzgerald Irish
Alternate capitalization of Fitzgerald
Fitzgibbon Irish
Means "son of Gibbon" in Anglo-Norman French.
Fitzharris Irish
Means "son of Harry" in Anglo-Norman French.
Fitzmorris Irish
Variant spelling of Fitzmaurice.
Fitzrobert Anglo-Norman
Means "son of Robert" in Anglo-Norman French.
Fitzsimons Irish
Fitzsimons (also spelled FitzSimons, Fitzsimmons or FitzSimmons) is a surname of Norman origin common in both Ireland and England. The name is a variant of "Sigmundsson", meaning son of Sigmund. The Gaelicisation of this surname is Mac Shíomóin.
Fitzwalter Anglo-Norman
Means "son of Walter" in Anglo-Norman French.
Fjellström Swedish
Combination of Swedish fjäll "mountain, fell" and ström "stream, river".
Fleischman German (Austrian)
Fleischman translates in English to Meat Man, or Butcher It is most often used with a single "n" for those who were persecuted as Jews. Other Germanic spellings for Christians and others not deemed Jewish are Fleischmann, or Fleishmann... [more]
Flewelling Welsh
Derived from the Welsh personal name Llewellyn, which was also spelled Llywelin
Florentini Romansh
Corruption of Florin-Thöni.
Florimonte Italian
Roughly "flower mountain".
Florkowski Polish
Habitational name for someone from Florków in Częstochowa voivodeship, or Florki from Przemyśl voivodeship, both so named from Florek, a pet form of the personal name Florian.
Fogelström Swedish
From Swedish fågel "bird" and ström "stream".
Fomichyova Russian
Feminine transcription of Russian Фомичёв, Фомичев (see Fomichyov).
Fontecchio Italian
Habitational name from Fontecchio in Aquila province or a topographic name from a diminutive of fonte meaning "spring".
Fotopoulos Greek
Means "son of Fotis".
Fouquereau French (Quebec)
Jean Fouquereau was born on November 6, 1617, in Anjou, Isère, France, his father, Louis, was 23 and his mother, Catherine, was 20. He married Renee Bataille on December 31, 1639, in Angers, Maine-et-Loire, France... [more]
Fraidstern Jewish (Anglicized, Rare)
Anglicized version of Freydshtern, Yiddish for "Joyful Star" literally "Joy Star".
Franchetti Italian
Diminutive spelling of Franco.
Francisque French
From the given name Francisque.
Frantsuzov Russian
Derived from Russian француз (frantsuz) meaning "French, Frenchman".
Franzelius Swedish (Rare), German (Rare)
Likely derived from the given name Franz.
Frascatore Italian (Rare)
Meaning uncertain. It is possibly derived from (or related to) Italian frasca meaning "bough, branch", which might possibly indicate that the surname had first started out as a nickname for someone who worked as a woodcutter or as a forester... [more]
Fredericks English
Patronymic from Frederick.
Frischkorn German, Jewish
An occupational name for a farmer composed of German frisch "fresh" and korn "grain".
Fristensky Czech, Slovak
Sugar Beet Farmer.
Frostenden Medieval English
"White hill" in Old English. Parish in Suffolk; later shortended to Frost.
Frusciante Italian
Derived from the Italian adjective frusciante meaning "rustling, swishing, whishing", which itself is derived from the Italian verb frusciare meaning "to rustle, to swish, to whish". The surname had probably started out as a nickname for someone who made a rustling or whishing sound whenever they walked, which was probably caused by the clothes that they were wearing (in that the clothes must have been made of a certain fabric that is prone to making some noise when touched in any way).... [more]
Fudzhimoto Japanese (Russified)
Alternate transcription of Fudzimoto.
Fuensalida Spanish
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous Manchego municipality.
Fujinomiya Japanese
Fuji means "wisteria", no means "therefore, of", and miya means "shrine".
Gabathuler Romansh
Derived from Romansh casa "house" and, by extension, "household, family" and the given name Berchtold.
Gabrielyan Armenian
Means “Son of Gabriel.
Gainsbourg French
French form of Ginsburg.
Galantuomo Italian
Meaning "gentleman"
Gandolfini Italian
Means "son of Gandolfo", which is derived from the Germanic name Gandolf... [more]
Gangelhoff German
Gangelhoff - German
Gantenbein Romansh
Derived from Romansh canta bein "he or she sings well".
Garabedian Armenian
Means "son of Garabed", an Armenian personal name meaning literally "leader, precursor" and traditionally used as an epithet of John the Baptist in the Armenian church.
Garczyński Polish
habitational name for someone from a place called Garczyn, in Gdańsk and Siedlce voivodeships.
Gareginyan Armenian
Means "son of Garegin".
Gasparrino Italian (Tuscan)
Gasparinus de Bergamo was a Italian Teacher who tutored The Future Popes of Italy and was a Secertary for Pope Martin V in the late 1400.
Gatchalian Filipino, Tagalog
From a Hispanicised spelling of Gat Sa Li-Han, a Chinese title meaning "lord of Li-Han". It was used by the rulers of Li-Han, an ancient Philippine state that was located in the present-day city of Malolos.
Gaudreault French (Quebec)
Diminutive of Gaudier, a variant of Gauthier.
Gavazansky Belarusian
Means "from the town of Gavezhno". Gavezhno is a town in Belarus.
Gavrilescu Romanian
Means "son of Gavril" in Romanian.
Gawkrodger English
From a medieval nickname meaning "clumsy Roger".
Geisberger German
Regional name for someone who lives in a town in Germany called "Geisa".
Geiselhart German (Silesian, Rare), Lombardic (Rare), Old High German (Rare)
Possibly after the Geisel, a river in Saxony-Anhalt, which likely received its name from either the Lombardic patronym Giso, meaning "noble, precious promise" or from the Old High German gewi, from the Gothic gavi, or gaujis, a which is a medieval term for a "region within a country", often a former or actual province combined with the suffix Hart, which means "stag", and comes from the Middle English hert and the Old English heort.... [more]
Geisslerra Spanish (Caribbean)
Spanish form of Geißler found in Cuba and Argentina from German Ancestors
Gennarelli Italian
Ancient and illustrious Piedmontese family, originally from Polonghera but residing in Cherasco, which is decorated with the titles of: Counts of Cocconato, Lords of Cocconito and Consignori of Marcorengo.
Gennimatas Greek
Possibly from the Greek verb γεννιέμαι (genniemai) meaning "to be born".
Georgiades Greek (Cypriot)
Alternate transcription of Georgiadis chiefly used in Cyprus.
Georgiadis Greek
From the given name Georgios.
Germanotta Italian
Possibly derived from Germano by adding a diminutive suffix. Most common in the Messina area in Sicily. A famous bearer of the surname is singer Lady Gaga (Stefani Germanotta).
Ghahramani Persian
Derived from Persian قهرمان (qahraman) meaning "hero, champion".
Ghannouchi Arabic (Maghrebi)
Meaning unknown. A notable bearer is Mohamed Ghannouchi (1941–), the former Prime Minister of Tunisia.
Ghermezian Iranian, Jewish, Persian
The surname’s most notable bearers are the Ghermezian Family, Iranian Canadians of Jewish descent.
Ghoandaloy Ingush
Original Ingush form of Gandaloev.
Giammattei Italian
Patronymic form of Giammatteo.
Giammatteo Italian
Derived from the given name Giammatteo.
Giarratana Italian
Sicilian habitational name from a place so named in Ragusa.
Giedraitis Lithuanian
This indicates familial origin within the town of Giedraičiai.
Giesbrecht Dutch
A variant of the given name Giselbert, which in turn is related to Gilbert... [more]
Gieselmann German
Variant spelling of Geiselman.
Gilbertson English
Means "son of Gilbert".
Gillibrand English
From the Norman personal name Gillebrand, of Germanic origin and meaning literally "hostage-sword".
Gillicuddy Irish
Angliczed from the Irish surname Mac Giolla Chudha means 'descendant of sea warrior'.
Gillingham English
Habitational name from places in Dorset, Norfolk, and Kent, named Gillingham, 'homestead
Gloucester English
habitational name from the city of Gloucester. The place originally bore the British name Glevum (apparently from a cognate of Welsh gloyw "bright") to which was added the Old English element ceaster "Roman fort or walled city" (from Latin castrum "legionary camp")... [more]
Goetzinger German
Originally denoted a person who came from an place called Götzing, Götzingen or Goetzingen.... [more]
Gogishvili Georgian
Means "son of Gogi"
Goldenberg Jewish
Ornamental name from a compound of German golden literally meaning "golden" and berg meaning "mountain, hill".
Goldfinger Jewish
Ornamental name composed of Old High German gold literally "gold" and finger "finger". It may perhaps also be a nickname for someone who wore a prominent gold ring on their finger.
Goldschmid German
Variant spelling of Goldschmidt.
Goldwasser German
German form of the anglicised surname Goldwater.
Goodenough English
From a medieval nickname probably applied either to someone of average abilities or to an easily satisfied person; also, perhaps from a medieval nickname meaning "good servant".
Goodfellow English
Generally explained as a nickname meaning 'good fellow' or 'good companion'.
Goodfriend English
Nickname for a reliable friend or neighbor, from Middle English gode meaning "good", and frend meaning "friend". It is an English translation and cognate of German Gutfreund, from Middle High German guot meaning "good" and vriunt meaning "friend".
Gooneratne Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala ගුණරත්න (see Gunaratne).
Gorbachyov Russian
Alternate transcription of Gorbachev.
Gouweleeuw Dutch (Rare, Archaic)
Surname from the Netherlands meaning 'Golden Lion'
Graanoogst Dutch, Dutch (Surinamese)
Occupational name for a person who harvested grain, derived from Middle Dutch grâen literally meaning "grain, cereal" and ôgest meaning "harvest". A famous bearer is the Surinamese soldier and politician Ivan Graanoogst (19??-), who was an acting president of Suriname in December 1990.
Grainville French
Original French form of Granville, from locations in France called Grainville from the given name Guarin and ville "town" meaning "Guarin's town".
Gravelotte French
Derived from a commune (town) in the Moselle department in Grand Est in north-eastern France, near Metz.
Greenblatt Jewish
Ashkenazi Jewish Surname incorporating Yiddish/German elements meaning “Greenleaf.” Writer and storyboard artist C. H. Greenblatt (born 1972) most known for SpongeBob SquarePants is a famous bearer of this name.
Greenburgh German, Jewish
The surname Greenburgh is anglicized for the German Jewish surname Greenberg which translates into English as green mountain.
Greengrass English
Notable bearers include film director Paul Greengrass and baseball player Jim Greengrass.
Greenstein Jewish
From German, means "Green Stone".
Gretzinger German
Habitational name for someone from any of three places named Grötzingen (Old High German Grezzingun) in Baden-Württemberg.
Grigahcine Berber (Rare, ?)
Meaning unknown, perhaps of Kabyle origin. A known bearer is DJ Snake, who was born William Grigahcine (1986-), an Algerian-French musician.
Grigoriyev Russian
Means "son of Grigoriy".
Grindstaff German (Anglicized)
Americanized form of German Frenzhof or Grenzhof, a place near Heidelberg, Baden-Württemberg or Granzow, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern in Germany.
Grinfelder Croatian
Derived from German grün, "green", and feld, "field".
Groenewoud Dutch
Derived from a place name meaning “green wood”.
Gronkowski Polish
Originally indicated a person who came from Gronków, a village in southern Poland.
Grozdanova Bulgarian, Macedonian
Feminine form of Grozdanov, which means "son of Grozdan".
Grzybalski Polish
From Grzybała with suffix -ski based on habitational names.
Grzybiński Polish
Habitational name from Grzybiny or Grzybina.
Grzybowski Polish
Habitational surname from Grzybów, Grzybowa or Grzybowo, all ultimately from grzyb meaning "mushroom".
Guadagnino Italian
It came from Italian word guadagno which means "earnings" and has a diminutive suffix ino which is also an occupation suffix.
Guarracino Italian
Nothing is known of this family name other then they grew up in Manhattan, New York, other states and cities too but most can from boats and had to be quertied at Ellis Island, New York
Guarracino Italian (Americanized, Modern)
from a diminutive of a personal name derived from Guerra ‘war’.
Guengerich German (Americanized)
Potentially from German “junge” and “reich,” meaning “rich at a young age.” Anglicized by immigrants as either Guengerich or Gingrich.
Guilleaume French, German
Possibly related to the French given name Guillaume.
Guma'taotao Chamorro
Chamorro for "house of the people"
Gunarathna Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala ගුණරත්න (see Gunaratne).
Gunarathne Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala ගුණරත්න (see Gunaratne).
Gunasekara Sinhalese
From Sanskrit गुण (guna) meaning "talent, virtue, quality, merit" and शेखर (shekhara) meaning "crest, peak, top".
Gunasekera Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Gunasekara.
Gunasingha Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala ගුනසිංහ (see Gunasinghe).
Gunasinghe Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit गुण (guna) meaning "quality, attribute, merit" and सिंह (sinha) meaning "lion".
Gunatilaka Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala ගුණතිලක (see Gunathilaka).
Gunatilake Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala ගුණතිලක (see Gunathilaka).
Gunesekera Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala ගුණසේකර (see Gunasekara).
Gurgenidze Georgian
Means "son of Gurgen".
Gurusingha Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala ගුරුසිංහ (see Gurusinghe).
Gurusinghe Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit गुरु (guru) meaning "teacher, sage" and सिंह (sinha) meaning "lion".
Gurutzeaga Basque
It means "of the cross".
Guttenberg German, Jewish
German and Jewish (Ashkenazic): habitational name from any of various places, for example in Bavaria, called Guttenberg, from the weak dative case (originally used after a preposition and article) of Old High German guot ‘good’ + berg ‘mountain’, ‘hill’... [more]
Guttormsen Norwegian
Means "son of Guttorm" in Norwegian.
Gyllenhaal Swedish
The name Gyllenhaal originated from Nils Gunnarsson Gyllenhaal's father Gunne Olofsson Haal, who was from Hahlegården, a crown homestead in South Härene Parish in the county of Västergötland in West Sweden... [more]
Haapavaara Finnish
Means 'aspenhill'
Haberfield German (Anglicized)
Partial anglicization of Haberfeld
Habibzadeh Persian
Means "offspring of Habib" in Persian.
Hachimitsu Japanese
Means "honey"
Hadjópulos Greek (Hispanicized, Expatriate), Mexican (Rare)
Spanish form of Greek Χατζόπουλος (see Chatzopoulos).
Hagelstein German
nickname for a hot-headed irascible man from Middle High German hagelstein "hailstone" derived from the elements hagel "hail" and stein "stone"
Hakizimana Central African
Means "God cures" in Burundian and Rwandan.
Haliburton Scottish
Means "town fortified in stone". It comes from a combination of the Old Norse element hallr meaning rock (as in Halle) and of the Old English place name Burton, denoting a fortified town... [more]
Haljaspõld Estonian
Haljaspõld is an Estonians surname meaning "verdant field".
Halvarsson Swedish
Means "son of Halvar".
Hammarberg Swedish
Combination of Swedish hammare "hammer" and berg "mountain".
Hammarlund Swedish
Combination of Swedish hammare "hammer" and lund "grove".
Hammersley English (Modern)
From southern England. From homersley meaning homestead, that later changed to hamersley
Hammersmed Norwegian (Archaic, ?), Danish (Archaic, ?)
Occupational name for a blacksmith, from Danish & Norwegian hammer, 'hammer' and smed, 'smith'. See Hammersmith
Hanifnejad Persian
Means "descendant of Hanif" in Persian.
Hansdotter f Swedish
Means "daughter of Hans". This name is only given to females. A notable bearer is Swedish alpine ski racer Frida Hansdotter (b... [more]
Haraldsson Icelandic
Means "son of Haraldur" in Icelandic.
Harambašić Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian
Derived from harambaša (харамбаша), which was a historic rank for the senior commander of a hajduk band. The hajduks were bandits and freedom fighters in the Balkans who fought the Ottomans.