Submitted Surnames Starting with A

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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Ayotte French
It means 'small hedge' or 'small woody plot of land' in Old French.
Ayoub Arabic
From the given name Ayyub.
Ayoubi Persian, Arabic
From the given name Ayyub.
Ayre English
Variant of Eyre
Aytekin Turkish
From the given name Aytekin.
Aytmatov Kyrgyz
Means "son of Aytmat".
Ayub Arabic, Urdu, Bengali
From the given name Ayyub.
Ayubi Persian, Pashto, Urdu
Variant transcription of Ayoubi.
Ayukawa Japanese
From 鮎 (ayu) meaning "trout" and 川 (kawa) meaning "river."
Ayutthaya Thai
From Ayutthaya, the name of a kingdom that reigned from 1350 to 1767 that is considered the precursor of modern Thailand.
Ayyagari Indian
Owner, Teacher
Ayyub Arabic, Urdu
Derived from the given name Ayyub.
Azabu Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 麻布 (Azabu), a clipping of 元麻布 (Motoazabu) meaning "Motoazabu", an area in the ward of Minato in the city of Tokyo in Japan.
Azabu Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 麻布 (Azabu) meaning "Azabu", a division in the area of Nakauri in the city of Shinshiro in the prefecture of Aichi in Japan.
Azad Bengali, Persian, Urdu
From the given name Azad.
Azadi Persian
From the given name Azad.
Azadpour Persian
Means "son of Azad".
Azahara Japanese
From Japanese 字 (aza) meaning "a section of a village" and 原 (hara) meaning "field, plain".
Azam Arabic, Urdu, Bengali
From the given name Azam.
Azamatov Uzbek
Means "son of Azamat".
Azar Hebrew
Means "(he) helped" in Hebrew, a verb form of Ezer or Ezra.
Azari Persian
Means "Azeri, Azerbaijani" in Persian.
Azaria Jewish
From the given name Azariah.
Azarian Armenian (Expatriate)
Variant transcription of Azaryan, a patronymic likely derived from an Armenian form of the Hebrew given name 'Azaryah.
Azarin Russian
Variant of Azarov (Азаров)
Azarina Russian
Feminine form of Azarin (Азарин)
Azarov Russian, Belarusian, Ukrainian, Kazakh
Derived from given name Azariy (Азарий)
Azaryan Armenian
Patronymic from the Persian personal name Azar
Azayi Moroccan
Derived from the Berber singular word for Zayanes.
Azcatl Nahuatl
Means "ant" in Nahuatl.
Azcona Basque (Hispanicized)
Castilianized form of Azkona.
Azebiru Japanese (Rare)
Variant reading of Japanese Kanji 畔蒜 (see Abiru).
Azeem Arabic, Urdu, Dhivehi
From the given name Azim.
Azeez Arabic, Urdu, Dhivehi
From the given name Aziz.
Azemi Albanian
Derived from the given name Azem.
Azenira Japanese (Rare)
Variant reading of Japanese Kanji 畔蒜 (see Abiru).
Azer Persian
Azer or temple fire from the Zoroastrian period in ancient Persia,as a surname relates the individual to the fire maintainers at the Zoroastrian temples
Azeri Japanese (Rare)
Means "acharya" in Japanese.
Azhar Arabic, Urdu
Derived from the given name Azhar.
Azi Afizere
Azi is actually pronounced Azīh which means "Unending, in ended father of many generations" it is named after children believed to become the origin or source of lasting families.
Azim Arabic, Bengali, Dhivehi, Urdu
From the given name Azim.
Azimi Persian
From the given name Azim.
Əzimov Azerbaijani
Means "son of Əzim".
Azinheira Portuguese
Originates from the Portuguese word "azinheira," which refers to the evergreen oak tree known as the "holm oak"
Aziz Arabic, Urdu
From the given name Aziz.
Azizi Persian, Arabic (Maghrebi)
From the given name Aziz.
Azizian Persian
From the given name Aziz.
Əzizov Azerbaijani
Means "son of Əziz".
Azizpour Persian
Means "son of Aziz" in Persian.
Azizzadeh Persian
Means "offspring of Aziz" in Persian.
Azkona Basque
This indicates familial origin within the neighborhood of Aizkoa in the Navarrese municipality of Deierri.
Azlor Aragonese (Hispanicized)
Castilianized form of Aflor.
Azmat Urdu
Derived from the Arabic عَظَمَة (ʿaẓama) meaning "majesty, glory".
Azmoun Persian
Means "test exam" in Persian.
Aznar Spanish
Aznar is a Spanish surname of Basque origin and an obsolete given name. It probably stems from old Basque "azenar(i)" ('fox', modern "azeri").
Azoulai Judeo-Spanish
Alternate transcription of Azoulay.
Azoulay Judeo-Spanish
Meaning uncertain. It may be derived from French azur or Spanish azul both meaning "blue" (of Persian origin), from Tamazight izîl meaning "good, pure, sublime", or from an acronym of the Biblical passage אִשָּׁ֨ה זֹנָ֤ה וַחֲלָלָה֙ לֹ֣א יִקָּ֔חוּ (’iš-šāh zō-nāh wa-ḥă-lā-lāh lō yiq-qā-ḥū) meaning "They shall not take a wife that is a whore, or profane".
Azpilkueta Basque
It indicates familial origin within the eponymous settlement in the Navarrese municipality of Baztan.
Azua Basque
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous neighborhood of Burgu, Province of Araba.
Azuaje-fidalgo Portuguese (Rare), Spanish, Italian
Fidalgo from Galician and Portuguese filho de algo — equivalent to "nobleman", but sometimes literally translated into English as "son of somebody" or "son of some (important family)"—is a traditional title of Portuguese nobility that refers to a member of the titled or untitled nobility... [more]
Azuara Aragonese
This indicates familial origin within the eponymous municipality.
Azubuike Igbo
From the given name Azubuike.
Azuchi Japanese
Variant reading of Amuro.
Azuma Japanese
Means 'East' in Japanese
Azuma Japanese
From Japanese 東 (azuma) meaning "east".
Azuma Japanese
Variant reading of Amuro.
Azuma Japanese (Rare)
Variant reading of Japanese Kanji 阿萬 (see Ama).
Azumagaito Japanese (Rare)
Variant reading of Japanese Kanji 東垣外 (see Higashigaito).
Azumagakito Japanese (Rare)
Variant reading of Japanese Kanji 東垣外 (see Higashigaito).
Azumayashiki Japanese (Rare)
Variant reading of Japanese Kanji 東屋敷 (see Higashiyashiki).
Azusagawa Japanese (Rare)
Azusa (梓) means "catalpa", gawa/kawa (川) means "river", kawa changes to gawa due to rendaku. Sakuta Azusagawa (梓川 咲太) and his sister Kaede (梓川 花楓) from Seishun Buta Yarou wa Bunny Girl Senpai are notable fictional characters who bear this surname.
Azusawa Japanese
Surname of Kohane Azusawa from project sekai
Azzam Arabic
From the given name Azzam.
Azziz Arabic, Persian, Urdu, Bengali
From the given name Aziz.
Azzopardi Maltese
Possibly derived from the Hebrew term סְפָרַדִּי (s'faradí) used to refer to Jews originating from Iberia (called Sephardim or Sephardic Jews). It may also be of Greek origin from a word meaning "black, Mauritanian" or "soldier" with a connection to Middle Persian spʿh "army" used to refer to a person of African descent or someone who worked as a mercenary... [more]