Chinese (Cantonese) Submitted Surnames

Cantonese names are used in southeast China (including Hong Kong and Macau).
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
AU-YEUNGChinese (Cantonese)
Cantonese romanization of Ouyang.
CHINGChinese (Cantonese, Latinized)
A Cantonese romanization of the Chinese surname Cheng
FUNGChinese (Cantonese), Taiwanese
Cantonese and Taiwanese romanization of Feng.
LEUNGChinese (Cantonese)
Cantonese variant of Liang.
LIONGChinese (Hakka), Chinese (Cantonese)
Form of Liang influenced by Dutch orthography. It is mainly used by Indonesians of Hakka or Cantonese Chinese descent.
MAKChinese (Cantonese)
Transliterated from the Chinese surname Mai meaning "wheat, barley". A bearer of this surname is Dennis Mak. He is a singer from Hong Kong and was a former member of the Cantopop group Boy'z.
MOKChinese (Cantonese)
Cantonese form of Mo.
NGAIChinese (Cantonese)
Cantonese variant of Wei and Ni.
OUChinese (Cantonese)
During the Spring and Autumn period (722–481 bc), a prince of the state of Yue was enfeoffed a region that included a mountain the name of which contained the Chinese character for Ou. Many of the prince’s descendants adopted this character as their surname... [more]
POONChinese (Cantonese)
Cantonese romanization of Pan (2).
SINGGerman, Chinese (Cantonese), Indian
German: probably a variant of Seng. ... [more]
SOChinese (Cantonese)
A Cantonese form of Su.
SZETOChinese (Cantonese)
From Chinese 司徒 (sītú), which denoted the Minister over the Masses (one of three important official titles of the Han dynasty). It is somewhat equivalent to the modern-day title of Prime Minister.
TSAIChinese (Cantonese)
Cantonese variant of Chai.
TSANGChinese (Cantonese)
Cantonese variation of the surname Zeng. Shao Kang was the king of the Xia Dynasty, and he delegated one of his sons to rule the State of Zeng. Zeng was originally the name of a place during the Shao Kang's reign.
TSEChinese (Cantonese)
Cantonese romanization of Xie.
YIPChinese (Cantonese)
Cantonese form of Ye.