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Nupp is an Estonian surname meaning "knob", "button" and "bud".
Derived from the name of Nuristan
(meaning "land of light"), a province in northern Afghanistan.
Nurm is an Estonian surname meaning "lea" and "meadow" and "pasture".
Nurme is an Estonian surname, derived from "nurm", meaning "lea" (an open area of grassy land.)
Nurmik is an Estonian surname meaning "lea/meadow stand".
Nurmiste is an Estonian surname derived from "nurm" meaning "lea/meadow".
Nurmsalu is an Estonian surname meaning "pasture/meadow grove".
from Middle High German nuz ‘nut’, hence a metonymic occupational name for a gatherer and seller of nuts, or a nickname for a man thought to resemble a nut in some way
Nutt is an Estonian surname meaning "nut" and also "crying" or "weeping".
English: habitational name from some place named with Old English hnutu ‘nut’ + h(e)alh ‘nook’, ‘recess’. In some cases this may be Nuthall in Nottinghamshire, but the surname is common mainly in Lancashire, and a Lancashire origin is therefore more likely... [more]
Means either (i) "scribe, clerk" (from Middle English notere
, ultimately from Latin notārius
); or (ii) "person who keeps or tends oxen" (from a derivative of Middle English nowt
Nüüd is an Estonian surname meaning "now" or "at present".
Nuut is an an Estonian surname meaning "whip". Also, a masculine given name derived form the Scandinavian name "Knut".
Combination of Swedish ny
"new" (possibly a habitational name from a place named with this element) and the common surname suffix -ander
(a combination of land
"land" and the habitational suffix -er).
A combination of Swedish ny
"new" and man