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JAADLAEstonian Jaadla is an Estonian surname possibly derived from "jaataja" meaning "yea-sayer". Also, possibly a futher Estoniazation of surnames with foreign language suffixes or roots, such as "Jaakson" and "Jaanson".
JÄÄGEREstonian Jääger is an Estonian surname meaning "game warden". Ultimately, from the German-language "jäger" meaning "hunter".
JAAGOEstonian Jaago is an Estonian surname; a diminutive of the masculine given name "Jaagup".
JAAKSONEstonian Jaakson is an Estonian surname meaning "son of Jaak". From the Estonian masculine given name "Jaak" and the Germanic suffix "son".
JAAKSOOEstonian Jaaksoo is an Estonian surname meaning "Jaak's swamp" in Estonian. However, it most likely derived from a corruption of the surname "Jackson" or "Jaakson" that has been Estonianized.
JAIKEstonian Jaik is an Estonian surname derived from "jäik" meaning "rigid" and "stiff".
JAIMOUKHACircassian Means "cow herd, cowman", from Kabardian жэм (žăm) meaning "cow" and хъу (χ°) "male, man". It traditionally indicated someone who was wealthy because they possessed a large herd of bovine.
JANEWAYEnglish Derived from Middle English Janaways, the name for someone from the city of Genoa, Italy. A notable fictional bearer is Kathryn Janeway, the captain of starship USS Voyager on the TV-series 'Star Trek: Voyager' (1995-2001).
JAUKGerman (Austrian) The meaning of the name Jauk is similar to the word "acre" in English. It is a measure word for how much land an ox can plough in one day. People with the surname Jauk are likely to have descended from farmers... [more]
JAUNZEMELatvian Jaunzeme is compound from two words first jauns meaning "new" and second zeme meaning "land". Jaunzeme is femenine form of surname, the masculine form of surname is Jaunzems. Most famous persons with this surname are:... [more]
JAYEnglish, French Nickname from Middle English, Old French jay(e), gai "jay (the bird)", probably referring to an idle chatterer or a showy person, although the jay was also noted for its thieving habits.