Submitted Surnames of Length 4

This is a list of submitted surnames in which the length is 4.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Yube Japanese (Rare)
Variant reading of Japanese Kanji 弓部 (see Yumbe).
Yüce Turkish
Means "exalted, lofty, noble" in Turkish.
Yueh Taiwanese
Alternate romanization of Yue chiefly used in Taiwan.
Yuge Japanese (Rare)
Variant reading of Japanese Kanji 結解 (see Kekke 1 or Kekke 2).
Yule Medieval English
Nickname for someone who was born on Christmas Day or had some other connection with this time of year, from Middle English yule ‘Christmastide’ (Old English geol, reinforced by the cognate Old Norse term jól).
Yumi Japanese
Yu means "cause, reason, logic" and mi means "beauty". ... [more]
Yung Chinese (Cantonese)
Cantonese romanization of Rong or Weng.
Yung Chinese (Cantonese)
Cantonese romanization of Rong.
Yusa Japanese
From Japanese 遊 (yu) meaning "play" and 佐 (sa) meaning "help, aid".
Žaba Belarusian
Belarusian Latin spelling of Zhaba.
Zach German
German and Czech from the personal name Zach a short form of Zacharias or in Czech Zachariáš... [more]
Zada Pashto
Derived from Persian زاده (zadeh) meaning "offspring".
Zago Italian
Probably from Venetian zago "alter boy", or someone preparing to become a priest. Alternately, may derive from a toponym, such as Massanzago, Lorenzago, Cazzago, Vanzago, or Sozzago.
Zahi Arabic
From the given name Zahi.
Zahm Medieval German
Zahm is a nickname from Middle High German Zam meaning "tame".
Zahn German
Zahn was a nickname given to a person with a peculiar tooth or a strange or defective set of teeth. It comes from the Middle High German Zan(t), which means "tooth".
Zaib Urdu
From the given name Zaib.
Zaid Arabic
From the given name Zaid.
Žáik Slovak
Slovak form of Zak.
Zaim Turkish
Zaim may be a representation of the male Arabic given name Za'im / Zaeim (Arabic: ضعیم / زاعِم/ زاعيم‎), meaning leader, chief. Correspondingly al-Za'im (Arabic: الزعيم‎) means "the leader".
Zain Arabic
From the given name Zayn.
Zajc Slovene
From zajec, meaning "hare".
Zaki Arabic
From the given name Zaki.
Zaky Arabic (Egyptian)
Alternate transcription of Zaki chiefly used in Egypt.
Zale English, Polish (Anglicized)
Possibly from a Polish surname, the meaning of which is uncertain (it may have been a variant of the surname Zalas which originally indicated one who lived "on the other side of the wood", from za "beyond" and las "forest").
Zane English
Meaning unknown. It could be a Americanization of the German surname Zahn. Zane is also used as a given name.
Zani Italian
Comes from the personal name Z(u)an(n)i, a northeastern (Venetian) form of Gianni (from Giovanni, Italian equivalent of John). Zani or Zanni is a comic figure in the Commedia del’Arte, and the surname may be a nickname derived from this use, which is also the origin of the English word zany.
Zare Persian
Derived from Arabic زارع (zari') meaning "farmer".
Zarn Romansh
Derived from the given name Balthazar.
Zatz Jewish
Abbreviation of the Hebrew phrase Zera TSadikim "seed of the righteous", assumed in a spirit of pious respect for one’s ancestors.
Zaun German
From a topographical name from Middle High German zun "fence, hedge" the German cognitive to Anglo-Saxon tun.
Zdon Polish
Ze'ev Hebrew
Means "wolf" in Hebrew.
Zeff Jewish
From the given name Zev.
Zeqo Albanian
Derived from the given name Zeqir.
Zhai Chinese
From Chinese 翟 (zhái) referring to the ancient state of Zhai, which existed during the Zhou dynasty in what is now Shanxi province. The character 翟 was originally read as Di but was later changed to Zhai due to dialectal differences.
Zhan Chinese
From Chinese 詹 (zhān) referring to the ancient state of Zhan, which existed during the Zhou dynasty (present-day location uncertain).
Zhan Chinese
From Chinese 展 (zhǎn) meaning "open, unfold, stretch, extend".
Zhuo Chinese
From Chinese 卓 (zhuó) meaning "outstanding, lofty".
Žiak Slovak
Žiak means "school boy" in Slovak
Zika Czech, Greek
From a short form of the personal name Zikmund, the Czech form of Siegmund.... [more]
Zink German
German:... [more]
Zinn German
From the German for word for tin "tin." The name indicated someone who worked with the metal. A famous bearer is Johann Gottfried Zinn, a German botanist. Carl Linnaeus named the flower Zinnia in his honor.
Zion Hebrew
Means "monument" or "raised up" in Hebrew.
Zoch German
Derived from Middle High German zoche meaning "cudgel, club".
Zoch German
From a place in Germany named Zochau.
Zohn English
Probably a variant of John.
Zola Italian
Italian: habitational name from any of various minor places named with Zol(l)a, from a dialect term for a mound or bank of earth, as for example Zola Predosa (Bologna) or Zolla in Monrupino (Trieste)... [more]
Zong Chinese
From Chinese 棕 (zōng) meaning "brown".
Zong Chinese
From Chinese 宗 (zōng) meaning "lineage, ancestry". Perhaps it originally denoted a person who was a geneaolgist.
Zopf German
Nickname for someone who wore his hair in a pigtail or plait, Middle High German zopf, zoph, or from a field name from same word in the sense ‘tail’, ‘end’, ‘narrow point’.
Zorn German
From Middle High German zorn "wrath, anger". A notable bearer was Swedish painter Anders Zorn (1860-1920) whose father was German.
Zuan Romansh
Derived from the given name Zuan.
Zuhm Low German
Name of a noble family from the island of Rügen.
Žuna Croatian
Derived from žuna meaning ''woodpecker''.
Zuva Shona
Zuva means "sun or day".
Zver Slovene, Russian, Croatian
Means "beast".
Żyła Polish
Means "vein" (figuratively "bore") in Polish.