are used in the country of Albania, as well as Kosovo and other Albanian communities throughout the world.
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ÇIFLIGU Albanian (Rare)
This surname derives from the Albanian city Çiflig. The word Çiflig comes from the Turkish term for land management in the Ottoman Empire. Albania was under Ottoman rule for almost 500 years and has many cities and surnames that derive from Turkish terms.
It comes from serbian name ''dusha'' meaning soul.In serbian ''dusha moja'' means my sweatheart.Probably a nickname or name given to the patriarch of the dushaj family that got taken as a surname by his descendants later on,adding the popular albanian ending -aj.
Derived from the name of the Kastrati tribe inhabiting the region of Malësia in northern Albania.
An Albanian surname, most common on the south in the variant Loshaj
. The most famous person bearing it was Peter Losha, head of the Losha clan and the despot of Arta.The surname originates from the word lios
means "pockmark" in Albanian.
Very common last name in Albania and in the rest of Europe to