Submitted Surnames of Length 10

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Macjimpsey Irish
Anglicized form of Irish-Gaelic Mac Dhíomasaigh
Mackintosh Scottish
The Mackintosh can is a Scottish clan from Inverness in the Scottish Highlands. The chiefs of the clan are the Mackintoshes of Mackintosh. Another branch of the clan, the Mackintoshes of Mackintosh-Torcastle, are the chiefs of Clan Chattan, a historic confederation of clans.
Maclysaght Irish
Anglicized from Mac Giolla Iasachta. Edward MacLysaght was one of the foremost genealogists of twentieth century Ireland.
Mac Maoláin Irish
Proper, non-Anglicized form of McMillan.
Mac Meanman Irish
Means "son of Meanma"
MacMichael Scottish
Means "son of Michael".
Mac Odhráin Irish
"Son of Odhrán" from the longer "Mac GilleOdrain"
Maconochie Scottish
The surname of Alexander Maconochie, a Scottish naval officer, geographer, and penal reformer.
Mac Pháidín Irish
Patronymic of (a Gaelic diminutive of) Patrick.
Macritchie Scottish Gaelic, Scottish
Patronymic surname of Scottish origin meaning « son of Ritchie », a diminutive of Richard.
Mac Séamais Irish
Irish form of Jamison.
MacShanley Irish
Anglicized form of Mac Seanlaoich. Seanlaoich comes from Gaelic "the old hero."
Mac Suibhne Irish, Scottish
Meaning, "son of Suibhne" (a byname meaning "pleasant").
MacWhorter Scottish (Anglicized)
Anglicized form the surname of the Gaelic 'Mac Chruiteir', meaning 'player of the crwth', a string instrument primarily used in Celtic music. A famous bearer of this surname is the American clergyman, Alexander MacWhorter.
Madanpotra Indian (Rare), Sindhi (Rare), Punjabi (Rare)
Surname of the Arora caste of the Punjab and Sindh.
Madhusanka Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala මධුෂංක (see Madushanka).
Madraswala Indian (Parsi)
From Madras (presently Chennai), the name of the capital city of the Indian state of Tamil Nadu.
Madushanka Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit मधु (madhu) meaning "sweet, delicious, honey".
Magallanes Spanish
Spanish: Castilianized Form Of A Habitational Name From The Village Of Magaláns (Castilian Magalanes) In Pontevedra Province Galicia (Spain).
Mag Annaidh Irish
Meaning "son of Annaidh"; the fullest and most correct form of the surname which is usually written Mac Anna or Mac Canna, which see... [more]
Magomadova f Chechen
Feminine form of Magomadov.
Magondacan Filipino, Maranao
From Maranao magondakan meaning "artistic, graceful".
Mahdizadeh Persian
From the given name Mahdi combined with Persian زاده (zadeh) meaning "offspring".
Mahmutović Bosnian
Means "son of Mahmut".
Maksimović Serbian
Means "son of Maksim".
Malanowski Polish
Habitational name for someone from places called Malanowo or Malanów.
Malashenko Ukrainian
Patronymic derived from a Ukrainian form of Hebrew Malachi.
Malatestas Greek
Means "bad head" in Italian, from the Italian surname Malatesta, also found in Greece.
Malcolmson English
This surname means “son of Malcolm”.
Malczewski Polish
Habitational name for someone from a place called Malczewo in Poznań voivodeship, or Malczew in Radom voivodeship.
Malinowska f Polish
Feminine form of Malinowski.
Manabilang Filipino, Maranao
Means "disrupter, uprooter" in Maranao.
Manalaysay Filipino, Tagalog
Mean "storyteller, narrator" from Tagalog salaysay meaning "narration, story".
Manchester English
Habitational name from the city in northwestern England, formerly part of Lancashire. This is so called from Mamucio (an ancient British name containing the element mammā "breast", and meaning "breast-shaped hill") combined with Old English ceaster "Roman fort or walled city" (Latin castra "legionary camp").
Maniscalco Italian
It means 'blacksmith' in Italian. The variant Maniscalchi is the plural.
Mankiewicz Polish, Jewish
From the given name Maniek, a diminutive of Marian 2 or sometimes Mariusz, or Mańka, a diminutive of Emanuel... [more]
Mannerheim Finland Swedish (Rare)
Swedification of the German surname Marhein. A famous bearer was Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (1867-1951), a Finnish military leader, statesman and the 6th President of Finland... [more]
Mannheimer German, Jewish
variant of Mannheim and Manheimer with the German agent suffix -er.
Manningham English
Means "Manning's estate" from Old English ham "home, estate, settlement".
Manteuffel German
The Manteuffel family is the name of an old and influential German Pomeranian noble family. Manteuffel family was first mentioned in 1256, but the family history officially begins with Henricus Manduvel who is first mentioned on 14... [more]
Manzanares Spanish
Habitational Name From The City Of Manzanares In Ciudad Real Province
Marasingha Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala මාරසිංහ (see Marasinghe).
Marasinghe Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit मार (mara) meaning "slaying, killing" and सिंह (sinha) meaning "lion".
Marcellino Italian
From the given name Marcellino
Marchesini Italian
Derived from the Latin word “marchese,” which means “marquis.” It is a title of nobility that was used in medieval Italy and referred to the leader of a march or border region. It likely refers to someone who was descended from or associated with a marquis or who held a similar position of authority in a border region.
Mareischen Romansh
Derived from the given name Mauritius.
Margaritis Greek
From given name Margaritis.
Marigliano Italian
From the town of Marigliano (near naples)
Marsteller German
Occupational name for a stable boy in or for the supervisor of the stables on a noble estate, from Middle High German mar(c) 'noble horse' stall 'stable' + the agent suffix -er.
Martinique French, Antillean Creole, French (Caribbean)
From the French department named Martinique.
Martynenko Ukrainian
Patronymic derived from the given name Martyn.
Marynowicz Polish
Possibly meaning "son of Mary" or "son of Marius".
Mascherano Italian
Occupational name for maker of masks, derived from Italian mascherare meaning "to mask". The Argentine former soccer player Javier Mascherano (1984-) is a famous bearer of this name.
Masharipov Uzbek
Means "son of Masharip".
Massingham Anglo-Saxon, English
The name is tribal and probably Anglo-Saxon, and translates as the 'hamm' (place or village) of the Maessa (Mass) tribe. These people are also recorded in Lincoln, as 'Massingberd', the castle (berg) of the Maessa tribe.
Mathíasson Icelandic
Means "son of Mathías" in Icelandic.
Matskevich Belarusian
From the given name Maciek, a variant of Maciej, which is the Polish variant of Matthias.
Matsudaira Japanese
From Japanese 松 (matsu) meaning "pine tree" and 平 (daira) meaning "flat, calm".
Matsuhashi Japanese
松 (Matsu) means "pine" and 橋 (hashi) means "bridge".
Matsuhashi Japanese
From Japanese 松 (matsu) meaning "pine tree, fir tree" and 橋 (hashi) meaning "bridge".
Matsushima Japanese
From Japanese 松 (matsu) meaning "pine tree, fir tree" and 島 or 嶋 (shima) meaning "island".
Matteusson Swedish (Rare)
Means "son of Matteus" in Swedish.
Mattíasson Icelandic
Means "son of Mattías" in Icelandic.
Mauritzson Swedish
Means "son of Mauritz".
Mavropanos Greek
Literally means "black cloth", derived from Greek μαύρος (mavros) "black, Moorish" and πανί (pani) "cloth".
Maximovich Russian
Means "son of Maxim".
Mayerhofer German (Austrian)
Denoted a person from the municipality of Mayrhof in the Austrian state of Upper Austria.
Mbenguzana Hlubi (?), African
Hlubi word referring to an old cat with grey beard but in this instance it means grey-bearded leopard. Originates from one of the Nkwali tribe's early head?king Lusulengwe(Leopard's face)
Mccafferty Irish (Anglicized)
McCafferty is derived from the Gaelic Mac Eachmharcaigh, meaning "son of Eachmharcach".
McCandless Scottish, Irish, Scots
Ulster Scots form of McCandlish. This surname is mostly common in Northern Ireland.
Mcclintock Scottish, Irish, Scottish Gaelic
Deriving from an Anglicization of a Gaelic name variously recorded as M'Ilandick, M'Illandag, M'Illandick, M'Lentick, McGellentak, Macilluntud, McClintoun, Mac Illiuntaig from the 14th century onward... [more]
McElhatton Scottish, Irish, Northern Irish
Derived from Scottish Gaelic Mac Gille Chatain meaning "son of the servant of Saint Catan".
Mcelhenney Irish
This interesting surname is of Irish origin, and is an Anglicized form of the Old Gaelic "MacGiolla Chainnigh". The Gaelic prefix "mac" means "son of", plus "giolla", devotee of, and the saint's name "Canice".
Mcelhinney Northern Irish (Anglicized)
Irish (mainly Ulster): Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Giolla Choinnigh ‘son of the servant of (Saint) Coinneach’ (see Kenny).
Mcgonagall Celtic
Variant of McGonigle. ... [more]
Mckittrick Scottish
From Gaelic, "son of Shitrig", a personal name adapted from Old Norse Sigtryggr, literally "victory-true".
Mclaughlin Scottish (Anglicized)
A Scottish clan traced as far back as the 11th Century AD/CE.... [more]
Mcloughlin Scottish
Variation of the surname McLaughlin.
Mcnicholas Irish
The McNicholas family stretches back through time to the Viking settlers who populated the rugged shores of Scotland in the Medieval era. The name McNicholas was derived from from the personal name, Nicholas... [more]
Meiklejohn Scottish
A Scottish distinguishing name for identifying the larger or eldest (Older Scots meikle "large") or elder of two men called John. (See also Mickle).
Melchiorre Italian
From the given name Melchiorre.
Melikuziev Uzbek
Alternate transcription of Melikov.
Melissenos Greek
Surname associated with the greek word melissa (μέλισσα), which means bee, perhaps a beekeeper.
Melkersson Swedish
Means "son of Melker".
Mellenthin German
Habitational name from places so called near Berlin and on the island of Usedom.
Melquíades Spanish
From the given name Melquíades.
Mendeleyev Russian
Variant transcription of Mendeleev.
Mendenhall English
It indicates familial origin within the eponymous place in Wiltshire.
Mendiguren Basque
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous neighborhood of the municipality of Gasteiz.
Mendinueta Basque
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous neighborhood of Itzagaondoa.
Mendizabal Basque
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous neighborhood of Arratzua-Ubarrundia that the falangists demolished in 1959 to make way for a reservoir.
Meriwether English
Means "happy weather" in Middle English, originally belonging to a cheery person.
Merrifield English
English habitational name from any of various places, such as Merryfield in Devon and Cornwall or Mirfield in West Yorkshire, all named with the Old English elements myrige 'pleasant' + feld 'pasture', 'open country.' See also Merivale.
Metsäniemi Finnish
Finnish surname derived from metsä meaning forest and niemi meaning peninsula.
Meusburger German (Austrian)
The history of this last name is that it means "Mountain Dweller." Being as part of the Austrian surnames, it's a widely used one in it's home country. A few brothers had gone to various countries, as of now there is Meusburgers in Columbia, as well as the United States and throughout Europe... [more]
Mezzadonna Italian
Means "half a woman" in Italian, from mezza "half" and donna "lady, woman".
Mezzasalma Italian
From Italian mezza "half" and salma, an archaic term for a small unit of land, indicating that the bearer was not very wealthy. Salma also coincides with an Italian word meaning "corpse".
Micaelsson Swedish
Means "son of Micael".
Michaelsen Danish
Means "son of Michael".
Michalidis Greek
Means "Son of Michael".
Micheletos Greek
Derived from the given name Michail.
Michishige Japanese
From Japanese 道 (michi) meaning "road" and 重 (shige) meaning "greater degree"
Mickiewicz Polish
Polish form of Mitskevich. A notable bearer is Adam Mickiewicz (1798-1855), the Polish poet of Belarusian origin.
Middendorf German
"middle of the village"
Midorikawa Japanese
From Japanese 緑 (midori) meaning "green" and 川 (kawa) meaning "river, stream".
Miglinieks Latvian
Name comes from the village Miglinieki.
Miguelañez Spanish
Derived from the given name Miguel.
Mikkelborg Norwegian
Norwegian variant of the originally German surname Mecklenburg, which came to Norway during the hanseatic era.
Mikkelsaar Estonian
Mikkelsaar is an Estonian surname derived from the masculine given name "Mikkel (Mihkel)" and "saar", meaning island; "Mikkel's island".
Mikulencak Czech
There are many versions Mikulenka, Mikulas, Mikul,
Milenković Serbian
Means "son of Milenko".
Milingiana Italian
Probably from milinciana "eggplant, aubergine", likely given to foundlings.
Miljanović Serbian
Means "son of Miljan".
Millington English
Parishes in Cheshire, and the East Riding of Yorkshire.
Minamisawa Japanese
Minami means "south" and sawa means "swamp, marsh".
Minatosaki Japanese
Variant reading of Minatozaki.
Minatozaki Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 湊 (minato) meaning "assemble" combined with 崎 (saki) meaning "peninsula, cape".
Minatozaki Japanese (Rare)
Means "port cape" in Japanese.
Mínervuson Icelandic
Means "son of Minerva" in Icelandic
Miqueletos Spanish
From the Spanish given name Miguel.
Miramontes Spanish
Looker of mountains.
Missingham English
The name means "lost home", and it's from the Old English words "missan" and "ham".
Mitskevich Belarusian, Russian
Derived either from a diminutive form Micek of the Polish given name Mikołaj or from a diminutive form Mitska of Belarusian given names Dzmitry and Zmitser or less likely from other names that begin with mi... [more]
Mitsuhashi Japanese
Mitsu means "three" and hashi means "bridge".
Mitsumatsu Japanese
Mitsu can mean "light" or "three" and matsu means "pine, fir tree".
Mitsushima Japanese
Mitsu could mean "three" or "light" and shima means "island".
Mittelmann German
From a byname from Middle High German mittelman "mediator, arbitrator".
Mkhitaryan Armenian
Means "son of Mkhitar".
Modigliani Italian
Used by Sepharditic Jews, this surname comes from the Italian town of Modigliana, in Romagna. Famous bearers of this surname include painter Amedeo Modigliani (1884–1920) and Nobel Prize in Economics recipient Franco Modigliani (1918–2003).
Mohrbacher German
Likely arose as a name for those living near Morbach, Germany
Molinarolo Italian
Probably from a person's occupation, with molino/mulino meaning "mill" in Italian. The second part may come from rullo, meaning "a roller" or "I roll."
Molitvenik Ukrainian (Ukrainianized, Rare)
The meaning is "prayer warrior" or "someone who prays"
Mombeshora Shona
Meaning unknown.
Moncrieffe Scottish
Clan Moncreiffe is a Scottish clan. The name is derived from the Scottish Gaelic Monadh croibhe which means "Hill of the sacred bough". The plant badge of Clan Moncreiffe is the oak, this presumably comes from the sacred tree.... [more]
Mondithoka Telugu (Modern)
they are honest people and having helping nature. at history one person has bull cart some time it was went into dig then all people was trying and trying for lift the cart. but no use from those,after that people were shouting as a bigger like come on 'mondithoka' this word not surname of farmer his bull has short tail... [more]
Mondschein German, Jewish
topographic or habitational name referring to a house name meaning "moonshine" or a nickname for someone who was bald from the same word Middle High German mōne mān(d)e "moon" and schīn "shine".
Moneymaker English (American)
Translated form of German Geldmacher or Geldschläger, occupational names for a coiner.
Moneypenny English
Probably from a medieval nickname for a rich person or a miser. A fictional bearer is Miss Moneypenny, secretary to M (the head of MI6) in the James Bond novels of Ian Fleming and in the films based on them.
Monomachos Greek
Meaning gladiator or 'the one that fights alone.' A surname of a Byzantine family from Nicomedia (Izmit).
Montalbano Italian
Habitational name from Montalbano di Elicona in northeastern Sicily (earlier simply Montalbano), Montalbano Jonico (Matera province), or the district of Montalbano in Fasano, Brindisi.
Montaperto Italian
My father tells me this name means "open mountain." It seems to have come from a small area around Agrigento in Sicily, Italy.
Monteagudo Spanish
Habitational name from any of numerous places called Monteagudo (‘pointed mountain’) from monte ‘mountain’ + agudo ‘sharp pointed’ (from Latin acutus from acus ‘needle’) for example in the provinces of Murcia Teruel A Coruña and Navarre.
Montecalvo Italian
Habitational name from any of various places called Montecalvo ("bald mountain") especially Montecalvo Irpino in Avellino province, from the elements monte "mountain" and calvo "bald".
Montefiore Italian, Jewish
Derived from Montefiore, which is the name of several places in Italy. For example, there is Castle Montefiore in the town of Recanati (province of Macerata), the municipality of Montefiore Conca (province of Rimini) and the municipality of Montefiore dell'Aso (province of Ascoli Piceno)... [more]
Monteleone Italian
From various place names, meaning "mountain lion", or "mountain of the lion".
Montemayor Spanish
Habitational name from any of several places called Montemayor, from monte meaning "mountain" + mayor meaning "main", "larger", "greater", in particular in the provinces of Cordova, Salamanca, and Valladolid.
Montenegro Spanish, Portuguese
Habitational name for someone originally from any of the various locations in Spain and Portugal named Montenegro, from Spanish and Portuguese monte meaning "mountain, hill" and negro meaning "black".
Monterroso Galician
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous municipality.
Montesinos Spanish
Topographic name for someone who lived on a mountain from a derivative of monte 'mountain' (from Latin mons gentive montis).
Monteverde Galician
Habitational name from Monteverde in Ourense province, Galicia.
Monteverde Italian
Habitational name from any of various places called Monteverde, for example in Avellino province, from monte meaning "mountain" + verde meaning "green".
Monteverdi Italian
Derived from Italian monte meaning "mountain" and verdi meaning "green"; literally means "green mountain".
Montiverdi Italian
Green Mountain
Montpelier English, French
English and French variant of Montpellier. This is the name of several places in the United States, for example the capital city of the state of Vermont, which was named after the French city of Montpellier.
Moorehouse English
Variant spelling of Morehouse.
Moranville French
Habitational name from Moranville, probably derived from the personal name Morand + Old French word ville "settlement".
Morticelli Italian
Means "died small" in Italian.
Mosbrucker German
Topographic name for someone who lived by a bridge over a swamp, from Middle High German mos meaning "bog", "swamp" + brucke meaning "bridge".
Moscatelli Italian
The name Moscatelli has its origins in a type of grape called Moscatel. This grape has its origin in ancient Egypt or Greece, but it was in Italy that it became famous. Here the farmers that planted the grape became known as the Moscatelli.
Moskalchuk Ukrainian
Variant of Moskalenko using the patronymic suffix "-chuk" instead of "-enko".
Moskalenko Ukrainian
Means "son of the Russian" from "москаль", a Ukrainian derogatory term for a Russian.
Mostefaoui Arabic (Maghrebi)
Means "relating to Mustafa" in Arabic (chiefly Algerian).
Motherwell Scottish
Means "person from Motherwell", North Lanarkshire ("Our Lady's well"). American artist Robert Motherwell (1915-1991) was a known bearer.
Mouchtaris Greek
Greek form of Mukhtar, from Arabic mukhtar (مختار) meaning "the chosen".
Mucciarone Italian
From an augmentative form of the dimunitive suffix -muccio short form of pet names ending in -muccio such as Anselmuccio or Giacomuccio.
Mueangkhot Thai
From Thai เมือง (mueang) meaning "city, town" and โคตร (khot) meaning "ancestry, clan, family".
Mukhamedov Kazakh
Means "son of Mukhamed".
Mulholland Irish
Anglicized from Gaelic Ó Maolchalann "descendant of Maolchalann".
Munasingha Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala මුණසිංහ (see Munasinghe).
Munasinghe Sinhalese
Derived from Sinhala මුහුණ (muhuna) meaning "face, visage" combined with Sanskrit सिंह (sinha) meaning "lion".
Munesinghe Sinhalese
Alternate transcription of Sinhala මුණසිංහ (see Munasinghe).
Murganović Vlach
Means "son of Murgan".
Mushakouji Japanese
From Japanese 武 (mu) meaning "military", 者 (sha) meaning "person", 小 (kou) meaning "small" and 路 (ji) meaning "street".
Mustafayev Azerbaijani
Means “son of Mustafa”.
Nachtigall German, Jewish
Nickname from Middle High German nachtegal "nightingale" from Old High German galan "to sing". Cognate to Nightingale.
Nadezhkina Russian
Feminine transcription of Russian Надежкин (see Nadezhkin).
Nadyozhkin Russian
Derived from Russian надёжа (nadyozha) meaning "hope".
Naidangiin Mongolian
Patronymic form of Naidan using the suffix -гийн (-giin).
Nainggolan Batak
From the name of a village located on the island of Samosir in Lake Toba (itself on the island of Sumatra).