Submitted Surnames of Length 11

This is a list of submitted surnames in which the length is 11.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Strojnowski Polish
This indicates familial origin within the Lesser Polish village of Strojnów.
Strzaliński Polish
This indicates familial origin within the Greater Polish village of Strzaliny.
Stungiewicz Polish
The Stungiewicz family name is recorded in history as heraldically adopted into the Polish heraldic clan Pobog. The Pobog clan was a participant in the Union of Horodlo in the year 1413 between Polish and Lithuanian interests.... [more]
Subramaniam Tamil
From the given name Subramaniam
Subramanian Indian
A Hindu name, based on Sanskrit subrahmaṅya "dear to Brahmans".
Suomalainen Finnish
Means "Finn, person from Finland" in Finnish. A combination of Soumi "Finland" and the suffix -lainen that combined with a place name, forms the noun for the inhabitant of a place.
Sutterfield English
Possibly derives from the Old English word ''sutere'', and the Latin word ''sutor'', meaning a shoemaker.
Szamotulski Polish
This indicates familial origin within the Greater Polish town of Szamotuły.
Szymanowski Polish
Name for someone from a place called Szymanów, Szymanowo or Szymanowice, all derived from the given name Szymon.
Taczanowski Polish
This indicates familial origin within either of 2 Greater Polish villages in Gmina Pleszew: Taczanów Pierwszy or Taczanów Drugi.
Tadayashiki Japanese (Rare)
Combination of Kanji Characters "多" meaning "Many", and "田" meaning "Rice Field", and "屋" and "敷", "屋敷" meaning "Great House".
Tagliacarne Italian
From Italian 'tagliare' "to cut" and 'carne' "meat".
Tagliaferro Italian
From the Italian tagliare "to cut" and ferro "iron" occupational name for an ironworker or a nickname for a strong or ferocious fighter, one who was adept at cutting through the cuirass of the enemy with his sword (see Telfer).
Tagliamonte Italian
Tagliamonte means "mountain cutter". It likely comes from the Italian words tagliatone (cutter) and monte (mountain).
Taitingfong Chamorro
Means "without counting" from Chamorro tai meaning "without, not having" and tufong meaning "count".
Tartakovsky Russian, Jewish
Name for someone originally from the town of Tartakiv (or Tartakov) in Ukraine, derived from Ukrainian тартак (tartak) meaning "sawmill".
Tatlonghari Filipino, Tagalog
From Tagalog Tatlong Hari literally meaning "three kings", referring to the biblical Magi or the Epiphany (the appearance of Jesus to the Magi).
Terracciano Italian
Italian "Fenced In Land" from Italian "Terra" meaning "Land" and "Ciano" meaning "Fenced"
Terwilliger English
An anglicized version of the Dutch surname, Der Willikeur, meaning "a by-law; a statute". Also, Der willige-waar, means "serviceable ware", or "ware that sells well" and could be related as well.
Tesfamariam Ethiopian
Meaning "Mary hope", from 'tesifa' (hope), and 'mariyami' (Mary).
Teshigawara Japanese
From Japanese 勅 (te) meaning "imperial order", 使 (shi) meaning "messenger, envoy", 河 (ga) meaning "river", and 原 (wara) meaning "field".
Testaburger Popular Culture
Wendy Testaburger is one of the reoccurring characters on the animated TV series South Park
Thannhausen German
An old noble family from Germany. Meaning "dwelling in Tann", specifically from their ancestral seat in the town of Tannhausen.
Themptander Swedish (Rare)
Derived from the name of Tämta parish in Västergötland, Sweden.
Theodorsson Swedish
Means "son of Theodor".
Þórsdóttir Icelandic
Means "daughter of Þór" in Icelandic.
Tímóteusson Icelandic
Means "son of Tímóteus" in Icelandic.
Tímoteusson Icelandic
Means "son of Tímoteus" in Icelandic.
Tinklenberg German
Probably of German origin, a habitational name from Tecklenburg in North Rhine-Westphalia.
Tomaszewski Polish
Name for someone from any of various places called Tomaszew or Tomaszewo, derived from the given name Tomasz.
Torvaldsson Swedish
Swedish patronymic meaning "son of Torvald". It was the surname name of Erik the Red (Eiríkr Þorvaldsson, anglicized as Erik Thorvaldsson or Erik Torvaldsson), father of Viking explorer Leif Erikson.
Tressillian English
Derived from a Cornish place name meaning "Sulyen's farmstead" (see Sulien).
Troftgruben Norwegian
This last name is common in North Dakota.
Truszkowski Polish
Habitational name for someone from Truszków in Lublin voivodeship.
Tshireletso Tswana
From the given name meaning "protection" in Setswana.
Türkmenoğlu Turkish
Means "son of a Turkmen".
Umiastowski Polish
This indicates familial origin within the Masovian village of Umiastów.
Unamuntzaga Basque
It indicates familial origin within the eponymous neighborhood of the municipality of Etxebarria.
Uncastiello Aragonese
It indicates familial origin within the eponymous municipality.
Unterberger German (Austrian)
Denoted someone from Unterberg, the name of many places in Austria.
Unterreiner German
Topographic name for someone who lived below a mountain ridge, from Middle High German under meaning ‘under’ + rein meaning ‘ridge’.
Urrutigoiti Basque
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous neighborhood of the commune of Montori, located in the French canton of Euskal Mendialdea.
Valančiūnas Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the place name Valančiūnai.... [more]
Valentinova Bulgarian
Means "daughter of Valentin".
Van Den Bosch Dutch
from the bush or woods
Van Der Graaf Dutch
Dutch toponymic surname. Although graaf is a Dutch noble title similar to "count", here it refers to an old term for a canal with the same origin in the verb graven ("to dig") as gracht and grave.
Van Der Linde Dutch, American
The surname "van der LINDE" comes from the DUTCH language, Of The LINT.
Van Der Merwe Dutch, South African
While the name is currently very common in South Africa, it originates in Holland, literally meaning "From the Merwe". The first van der Merwes hail from the Merwede river. The name went to South Africa with the Dutch settlers in 1652.
Van Der Steen Dutch, Belgian
Habitational name for someone from any of various minor places called Steen or Ten Stene (from steen meaning "stone"), for example in the Belgian provinces of East Flanders and Brabant.
Van Der Velde Dutch
Meaning "of the field" from Dutch van -"Of"- der - "The"- and veld - "field".
Van Deventer Dutch
Van Devender Devender Hallow Van Deventer is a surname that translates to "From Devender"
Van Tristaan Dutch
From Julian Van Tristaan(1995-) professional footballer for Tottenham Hontspurs and Holland.
Varadarajan Indian, Hindi
Derived from Hindi वरदराजन (varadaraajan).
Varsonofyev Russian (Rare)
Means "son of Varsonofy"; rarely used as a surname.
Vasershteyn Yiddish
It literally means "water stone".
Vasylyshyna Ukrainian
Feminine variation of Vasylyshyn.
Verkhoturov Russian (Modern, Rare)
Arrived from Verkhoturye (city in the Urals, on the river Tura)
Vilhelmsson Swedish
Means "son of Vilhelm".
Villafuerte Spanish (Latin American), Spanish (Philippines)
Denoted someone who came from the name of the municipality of Villafuerte de Esgueva in the province of Valladolid, Castile and León, Spain.
Villalpando Spanish
It first came from a Spanish village town.
Villaquirán Castilian
It indicates familial origin within either of 2 municipalities: Villaquirán de los Infantes or Villaquirán de la Puebla.
Višneviškas Lithuanian
This indicates familial origin within the Belarusian agrotown of Víšneva, which was originally Lithuanian & under the name of ''Višnevas''.
Vladimirsky Russian (Rare)
The habitational surname from Vladimir oblast in western Russia.
Voznesensky Russian
Common surname, could be location-related?
Vukadinović Serbian
Derived from the given name Vukadin.
Wakabayashi Japanese
From Japanese 若 (waka) meaning "young" and 林 (hayashi) meaning "forest".
Walshingham English
From the Anglo-Saxon words ham, meaning "house".
Waynewright English
Variant spelling of Wainwright.
Weatherford English
Topographic name or a habitational name from a lost or unidentified place.
Wędrogowski Polish
This indicates familial origin within the Masovian village of Wędrogów.
Weerasekara Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit वीर (vira) meaning "hero, man, brave" and शेखर (shekhara) meaning "crest, peak, top".
Weerasinghe Sinhalese
From Sanskrit वीर (vira) meaning "hero, man, brave" and सिंह (sinha) meaning "lion".
Weerasuriya Sinhalese
Derived from Sanskrit वीर (vira) meaning "hero, man, brave" and सूर्य (surya) meaning "sun".
Weinbrenner German
Occupational name for a distiller of brandy, literally 'wine burner'.
Weingartner German
Derived from German weingärtner meaning "wine maker, vintner", which itself is derived from German weingarten meaning "vineyard". The latter is a composite word consisting of German wein "wine" combined with German garten "garden"... [more]
Weissmuller German
Translates to "White Miller".
Wennerström Swedish
Combination of the place name element wenner, which is probably derived from the name of Lake Vänern, and Swedish ström "stream".
Westergaard Danish
Danish variant of Westergård.
Westernmeir German
Of German decent.
Wheelwright English (British)
Middle English "maker of wheels"
Whittington English
From a place name, meaning "Hwita’s settlement".
Wierzbowski Polish
Taken from the word wierzba meaning "willow", this name may have designated someone who lived near a willow tree.
Wilberforce English
Means "person from Wilberfoss", Yorkshire ("Wilburh's ditch"). This is borne by Wilberforce University, a university in Xenia, Ohio, USA, founded in 1856 and named in honour of the British philanthropist and anti-slavery campaigner William Wilberforce (1759-1833)... [more]
Wilhelmsson Swedish
Means "son of Wilhelm".
Winegardner English (American)
Anglicized form of the German occupational surname Weingartner. A known bearer of this surname is the American writer Mark Winegardner (b. 1961).
Winsininski Polish (Anglicized)
Winsininski is an anglicized version of the name "Wisniewski", which is from multiple places in Poland called Wisniewo, Wisniew, and Wisniewa. These names all have "wisna" which means cherry, or cherry tree.... [more]
Winterbourn English
A variant spelling of the surname Winterbourne, means "winter stream", a stream or river that is dry through the summer months.
Winterfield English
From the English words "Winter" and "Field".
Woosencraft Welsh
though this surname has an exotic look & attracts legends, it has it's origins in the Lancashire place name Wolstencraft, from elements Wulfstan (personal name) + croft ("enclosure")
Worthington English
Habitational name from places in Lancashire and Leicestershire named Worthington; both may have originally been named in Old English as Wurðingtun "settlement (Old English tun) associated with Wurð", but it is also possible that the first element was Old English worðign, a derivative of worð ‘enclosure’.
Wurðingtun English
Habitational name from places in Lancashire and Leicestershire named Worthington; both may have originally been named in Old English as Wurðingtun "settlement (Old English tun) associated with Wurð", but it is also possible that the first element was Old English worðign, a derivative of worð ‘enclosure’.
Württemberg German
Württemberg is an historical German territory. Together with Baden and Hohenzollern, two other historical territories, it now forms the Federal State of Baden-Württemberg.
Yaroshevitz Jewish
Ashkenazi Jewish form of Yarrow.
Yaylacıoğlu Turkish
Means "descendant of the nomad" from Turkish yaylacı meaning "nomad, highlander, transhumant".
Yemelyanova Russian
Feminine spelling of Yemelyanov.
Yevdokimova Russian
Feminine spelling of Yevdokimov.
Ymffrostgar Medieval Welsh
A historic Welsh surname, meaning a brag or boastful person, later shortened to Ffrost and again to Frost.
Zaalishvili Georgian
Means "son of Zaal".
Žaŭniarovič Belarusian
Derived from Belarusian жаўнер (žaŭnier) meaning "soldier (of the Polish army)", borrowed from Polish żołnierz via German Söldner.
Žemaitaitis Lithuanian
From Lithuanian Žemaitija or Samogitian Žemaitėjė, an region in Lithuania.
Zetterström Swedish
Combination of Swedish säter "mountain pasture" and ström "stream".
Zgłobieńiak Polish
Habitational name for somebody who comes from the village of Zgłobień in Poland.
Žilinskienė Lithuanian
Feminine form of Žilinskas, name for a married woman or widow with the name.
Zipperstein Jewish
Stein is German for the English word stone.
Zolotaryova Russian
Variant transcription of Zolotareva.
Zvezdanović Serbian (Rare)
Derived from the given name Zvezdan.