Swiss Submitted Surnames

Swiss names are used in the country of Switzerland in central Europe.
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LATINA Italian
From a feminine form of Latino.
LATINO Italian
From the medieval personal name Latino, originally an ethnic name for someone of Latin as opposed to Germanic, Byzantine or Slavic descent.
LATTANZIO Italian
My great-great grandmother's name was Patrizia Maria Lattanzio. After she passed and my Great-grandmother sent my grandmother to America, the officials mis-spelled her name on her documents and the last name was shortened to Lattanzi... [more]
LÄUFER German, Jewish
Habitational name for someone from a place called Lauf, also an occupational name for a messenger or a nickname for a fast runner, from an agent derivative of Middle High German loufen, German laufen ‘to run’.
LAUFFER German
The lauffer name is generally thought to have evolved from a place name to a surname. ... Versions of the name that evolve from the word "läufer," which meant "runner," are thought to have originally been an occupational name for a messenger.
LAUMANN German
Meaning unknown.
LAUPER German (Swiss)
From the short form of a Germanic personal name composed of the elements liut 'people', 'tribe' + berht 'famous'. topographic name for someone who lived at a Lauben, a row of houses and stores with an arcade in front, from Middle High German loube 'arbor', 'bower', 'gallery'.
LAURA Italian
Either from the given name LAURA or a topographic name from Latin laurea meaning "laurel".
LAURENCE English, French
From the given name LAURENCE.
LAURICELLA Italian
From the pet form of LAURA.
LAURSEN German, Norwegian, Danish
Norwegian, Danish, and North German: patronymic from LAUR, a short form of LAWRENCE.
LAUTERBACH German
From the name of various places in Germany, for example the village of Lauterbach in the district of Rottweil, Baden-Württemberg.
LAUTERMILCH German (Modern)
Comes from German words Lauter, meaning 'pure', or 'nothing but', and Milch, meaning 'milk'. This could mean that the people who first used this name were farmers.
LAVAGNINO Italian
Common surname in the Liguria area of Italy.
LAVALLE French
means "of the valley" in english.
LAVECCHIA Italian
Means "Old Lady"
LAVELLE French
From Old French val "valley".... [more]
LAVELY French (Anglicized, ?)
Possibly an English variant of Lavallée.
LAVERDIÈRE French
Habitational name from various places named La Verdière in France, or a variant of the name Leverdier (see VERDIER).
LAVERDURE French
From the French place name La Verdure meaning "greenness, greenery".
LAVIOLETTE French, French (Quebec), French (Acadian)
A secondary surname, associated with some forty family names in Canada and also used independently since 1698, a nickname from the flower violette ‘violet’, with the definite article la. In feudal France it was a name given to soldiers and domestic servants.
LEBKUCHEN German
A German surname meaning "gingerbread".
LE BORGNE French
Means "the one-eyed" in French.
LEBORGNE French
Variant spelling of LE BORGNE.
LE BRETON French
Describes someone from the French region Breton.
LECHAT French
Means "The Cat" in French.
LECOQ French
Coq means rooster or fowl
LEDERER German
Leatherworker
LEDERMANN German
Variant form of LEATHERMAN.
LEDGER English, Norman, French, Dutch
English: from a Norman personal name, Leodegar, Old French Legier, of Germanic origin, composed of the elements liut ‘people’, ‘tribe’ + gar, ger ‘spear’... [more]
LEDOUX French
Means "the amiable" from French doux meaning "sweet, soft, gentle".
LEFFLER German, Swedish
Occupational name for a spoonmaker. Derived from German Löffel "spoon".
LEFRANÇOIS French
From the given name FRANÇOIS. It may also mean "the Frenchman", probably used to denote someone who came from the region of Île de France in France.
LÉGER French, French (Cajun)
From the Old German name Leodegar, meaning "people spear."
LEGORE Italian
Possibly Italian, a nickname for a fleet-footed or timid person, from a northern variant of lepre "hare". However, only the plural form Legori is attested in Italian records.
LEHIGH German, Irish
Derived from a Native American word "Lechauwekink", meaning "where there are forks in the stream". Variant of Lechau .
LEHNER German
Status name for a feudal tenant or vassal, from an agent derivative of Middle High German lehen 'to hold land as a feudal tenant'. variant of Leonhardt.
LEHNHART German
"Lean deer." From the German words lehn and HART, "lean" and "deer" respectively.
LEICH German
A coworker at my job has this surname and they told me that it’s German. I know nothing more about this surname.
LEIDIG German
From a short form of any of several Germanic personal names composed with the first element liut ‘people’, ‘tribe’. Also a nickname for a disagreeable, cantankerous person, from Middle High German leidic ‘disagreeable’, ‘tiresome’.
LEINBACH German
German topographic name from any of several streams called leinbach, from Middle High German lin ‘flax’ or Middle Low German leie (genitive leien) ‘rock’, ‘stone’ + bach ‘stream’.
LEINBERG German
Habitational name for someone in Bavaria, or a topographic name from Middle High German lin meaning "flax" and berg meaning "mountain".
LEINEN German
Name means LINEN in German. The first known Leinen was a tailor
LEITER German
From Leiter ‘leader’, status name for a foreman or for the leader of a military expedition, from Middle High German leiten ‘lead’.German and Jewish (Ashkenazic): variant of Leitner.
LELOUP French
Means “the wolf” in French.
LE MAISTRE French
From French meaning 'master'
LEMAÎTRE French
Means "the master" in French, either used as a nickname for someone who behaved in a masterful manner or an occupational name for someone who was a master of their craft.
LEMBERG German
Habitational name from a place called Lemberg in Silesia, originally Löwenberg, from Middle High German lewe, löwe "lion" and berg "mountain".
LEMERCIER French
French surname designating a vendor of sewing materials, from the word mercier.
LEMOINE French, French (Quebec)
Means "The Monk" in French. LEMOINE is also an English given name derived from this surname.
LE MONNIER French
Occupational surname for a miller, literally meaning "the miller" in French.
LEMONNIER French
Variant spelling of LE MONNIER.
LENCIONI Italian
Italian. My family is from the Tuscany region of Lucca.
LENGLET French
Means "The Englishman".
LENNIN German
Variant of Lennon.
LENOIR French
French surname which was originally a nickname for a person with dark hair or skin, derived from noir "black" combined with the definite article le. A famous bearer is Étienne Lenoir (1822 - 1900), the inventor of the internal combustion engine.
LENTZ German
Variant of LENZ.
LEO Italian
Nickname for a fierce or brave warrior, from Latin leo meaning "lion".
LEO Italian
From a short form of the personal name PANTALEO.
LEONARDI Italian
Patronymic or plural form of the personal name LEONARDO.
LEONARDO Italian, Spanish, German
Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese from the Germanic personal name LEONHARD, formed from the elements leo ‘lion’ + hard, ‘hardy’, ‘brave’, ‘strong’; this was an early medieval saint’s name (see LEONARD).
LEONHARDT German, Dutch
From the Germanic personal name LEONHARD, composed of the elements leo "lion" and hard "hardy, brave, strong".
LÉOTARD French
From the given name Leopold. Jules Léotard was an acrobat who popularized the leotard, a gymnastics garment. The garment is named after him.
LEPÈRE French
Means "the father" in French.
LEPP German
Unflattering nickname from Middle High German lappe "coxcomb", "puppy" (modern German Laffe).... [more]
LERNER German, Jewish
Its literal meaning can be either "student" or "scholar".
LE ROUX French
Nickname for a person with red hair, from Old French rous "red." Variant spelling of LEROUX.
LESCH German
German variant of LOESCH.
LESCHER German
German metonymic occupational name for a mediator or arbitrator, or possibly for a fireman, from Middle High German leschære ‘extinguisher’.
LESNAR German
Variant spelling of German Lessner, a habitational name from any of various places in eastern Germany called Lessen, all named with Slavic les 'forest'.
LESUEUR French
Means "the shoemaker" in French.
LETO Italian
From the personal name Leto. From Latin Laetus meaning "happy, joyful"... [more]
LETOURNEAU French
From Old French estournel 'starling'.... [more]
LEUENBERGER German (Swiss)
Means "one who came from Löwenberg" in German.
LEVA Bulgarian (Rare), Czech (Rare), French (Rare), Jewish (Rare)
From the Hebrew given name Lev, meaning Lion. It is also the name of the currency in Bulgaria, and a verb in French meaning to lever or to lift.
LEVAN French, English
Comes from le vent, meaning "the wind."
LEVER French, English
Nickname for a fleet-footed or timid person, from Old French levre ‘hare’ (Latin lepus, genitive leporis). It may also have been a metonymic occupational name for a hunter of hares... [more]
LEVIN Jewish, Lithuanian, Belarusian, German, Russian, French (Quebec, Anglicized), Various
As a Lithuanian Jewish and Belarusian Jewish name, it is a Slavicized form of LEVY. As a German and German Jewish name, it is derived from the given name LEVIN... [more]
LEVY English, French, Jewish
There are three possible sources of this surname. ... [more]
LEX German, Dutch
From a short form of the personal name Alexius, ALEXIS.
L'HEUREUX French
Means "the happy one" in French.
L'HOMME French
Variant spelling of LHOMME.
LHOMME French
From the name of the commune of Lhomme, located in the Sarthe department in northwestern France.
LIBERMAN German, Jewish
Variant spelling of LIEBERMANN.
LIBRIZZI Italian
Habitational name from Librizzi in Messina province, Sicily.
LICHTER German, Jewish
Occupational name for someone who made candles or possibly for someone who tended a light, from an agent derivative of from Middle High German lieht, Yiddish likht "candle, light".
LIEB German, Jewish
Nickname for a pleasant or agreeable person, from Middle High German liep "dear, beloved"; Yiddish lib or German lieb. This word was also used as a personal name, both alone (German) and in compounds (German and Jewish).
LIEB German
From a short form of the various compound Slavic personal names formed with lubo- "love" as the first element.
LIEBER English, German, Polish, Jewish
From the given name LIEBER.
LIEBERMANN German, Jewish
Derived from German lieb or Yiddish lib meaning "dear, beloved". Many Liebermann families originally spelled the name in Hebrew or Cyrillic characters, so variations in the spelling occurred during transliteration to the Latin alphabet.
LIEBHART German
From a Germanic personal name, composed of the elements liub "beloved, dear" and hard "brave, strong".
LIEBLING German, Yiddish, Jewish
Derived from German lieb meaning "dear, beloved" or German liebling meaning "darling".
LIEBRECHT German
From a Germanic personal name formed with liut "people, tribe" and berht "shining, famous".
LIETZEN German
Lietzen is a municipality in the district Märkisch-Oderland, in Brandenburg, Germany.... [more]
LIMBO Italian
It comes from latin word "limbus". It has religious origin.... [more]
LINDE German, Dutch, Jewish, Spanish, Swedish, Norwegian, Danish
Topographic name for someone who lived by a conspicuous lime tree, from Middle High German, Dutch linde, Scandinavian lind. There are several places, especially in North Germany, named with this word... [more]
LINDELL German, English
Derived from the German linde, meaning "lime tree."
LINDEMANN German
Means "soft man" in German, from the elements lind, meaning "soft, flexible", and mann, meaning "man".
LINDER German
Derived from the German word linde, which means lime tree.
LINDLEY English, German
English habitational name from either of two places in West Yorkshire called Lindley, or from Linley in Shropshire and Wiltshire, all named from Old English lin ‘flax’ + leah ‘wood’, ‘glade’, with epenthetic -d-, or from another Lindley in West Yorkshire (near Otley), named in Old English as ‘lime wood’, from lind ‘lime tree’ + leah ‘woodland clearing’... [more]
LINDT German, Dutch
The Lindt surname comes from an Upper German word "lind," which meant "tender" or "gentle hearted." In some instances, especially in Saxony, the surname evolved from the personal name Lindemuth. In general, the similar phonetic name Linde comes from "Linden," which was a type of tree.... [more]
LINE Danish, Norwegian, French
From the given name LINE.
LINEBAUGH German (Anglicized)
Americanized spelling of German LEINBACH.
LINEBERRY English, German, Dutch, West Frisian
Americanized spelling of LEINBERG.
LINN Scottish, Scots, English, Irish, German, Jewish, Finnish (Anglicized), Estonian
As a Scottish and Northern English surname, it is a variant of LYNE. Its usage as an English name is primarily by Scots living in Northern England.... [more]
LIPPS German
Derived from Lippe, a place in Westphalia, Germany. The name is a variant of the first name Philipp.
LISERANI Italian
A famous bearer is Italian-born American actor Gino Corrado Liserani (1893 - 1982), who went by Gino Corrado on film
LISLE Norman, English, French
English (of Norman origin) and French: variant spelling of LYLE.
LITTMAN German (East Prussian), German (West Prussian), German, Jewish
Derived from Germanized Czech personal names like Litomir (Czech: Ljutomir) and Litobor (Czech: Ljutobor) which ultimately go back to Old Slavic ljutu "grim; fierce; ferocious; wild". One theory suggests, however, that these given names might have been influenced by ljub- "love; dear".... [more]
LIVENGOOD German
The surname LIVENGOOD is the Americanized version of Leibendgut. Leibengut is Swiss-German in origin. It has been written as Livengood and Levengood in America. Records show the family name back to 1550, in Aarwangen, Canton of Berne, Switzerland... [more]
LOBIANCO Italian
Derived from the words lo "the" and bianco "white".
LOCH German
From German Loch "hole", ultimately derived from Middle High German loch "hole, hollow, valley".
LOCHNER German
Means "a place where rivers meet with a partial obstruction from a wooden dam. "
LOCK English, Dutch, German
Habitational name from any of various places called Loock, from look ‘enclosure’.
LOCKE English, Dutch, German
English, Dutch, and German: variant of LOCK. ... [more]
LOCKHART Scottish, German
Scottish: of uncertain origin, probably from a Germanic personal name composed of the elements loc ‘lock’, ‘bolt’ + hard ‘hardy’, ‘brave’, ‘strong’. English: occupational name for a herdsman in charge of a sheep or cattlefold, from Old English loc ‘enclosure’, ‘fold’ + hierde ‘herd(er)’.
LOESCH German
German metonymic occupational name from Middle High German lösch ‘fine leather’.
LOESCHER German
German variant of Löscher, an occupational name for a fireman, from Middle High German leschen ‘to extinguish’. Als a variant of LOESCH and LESCHER or a derivative of Loesche.
LOGLISCI Italian
My grandfather's family name who were from Gravina di Puglia
LOISEAU French
Means "The Bird" in French.
LO MÀGLIO Italian
Literally means "the hammer." However, "the" would normally be represented as "il" in Italian, in this case.
LOMENZO Italian
From Sicilian "menzo" meaning middle.
LONARDO Italian
Variant of LEONARDO, characteristic of central–southern Italy.
LORAIN French
Occupational name for a saddler, derived from the Old French word lorain, meaning "a leather strap used on a horse's breastplate".
LORANG French
Surname of uncertain origin. Might be derived from:... [more]
LORD French
Nickname from Old French l'ord "the dirty one".
LO RE Italian
Palermo,Sicily,Italy
LO RICCO Italian
Originally Spanish but of Italian origin for at least 7 generations. My branch of the family are residing in Australia but many remain in Italy and quite a few in the USA
LÖSCH Low German, Upper German
North German metonymic occupational name for a maker of fine leather, from Middle Low German losche ‘fine leather’. South German variant of LESCH (see LOESCH).
LOVATO Italian
Northern Italian from the Late Latin personal name LUPATUS, derivative of Latin lupus "wolf". This is one of several medieval personal names which became popular under the influence of Germanic compound personal names formed with wolf-.
LOVETT English, French
From Ango-Norman French "louvet" meaning "young wolf".
LÖWENSTEIN German
Habitational name from any of several places called Löwenstein.
LOWENSTEIN German, Jewish, Swedish
German (Löwenstein): habitational name from any of several places called Löwenstein.... [more]
LÖWENTHAL German
Habitational name from any of various places called Löwenthal.
LUBAHN German
Germanized form of a Slavic or Old Prussian name formed with lub- "love", "dear".
LUBBE German, Slavic, Prussian
Variant of LUBBEN. Germanized form of a Slavic or Old Prussian name formed with lub- ‘love’, ‘dear’ (see LUBA).
LUCA Italian
Variant of DE LUCA.
LUCCA Italian
A habitational name from Lucca Sicula in Agrigento province, Sicily, which was called simply Lucca until 1863. It was probably originally named with a Celtic element meaning ‘marshy.’
LUCCI Italian
Patronymic or plural form of Luccio, a reduced form of a personal name formed with this suffix.
LUCHS German
meaning: lynx
LUCÍA Spanish, Italian
From the feminine personal name LUCIA, feminine derivative of Latin lux meaning "light".
LUCIANO Italian
It is derived from Latin Lucianus, patronymic of Lucius ("Light"). The French form is Lucien.
LUCKHARDT German
Metronymic derived from the given name LIUTGARD.
LUDENBERG German
From Latin ludere meaning "to play" and German berg meaning "mountain".
LÜDI German (Swiss)
Probably derived from the given name LUDWIG
LUDOVICO Italian
From the Italian first name LUDOVICO.
LUKER German
Luker see also Lucher or Luchre, meaning money more specifically money obtained by nefarious means.
LÜLL German
From a short form of any of the Germanic personal names formed with liut- ‘people’ as the first element.
LUPIN French
Lupin is a variant on the Latin word "lupus", meaning "wolf". Two important literary characters, Arsène Lupin, the famous French gentleman-burglar, and Professor Remus Lupin, from the world of Harry Potter, have this name... [more]
LUSA Italian
Used by people from Lusa, Italy, a town named after the Roman 'gens lusia'.
LUSTIG Swedish, German, Jewish, Dutch
From Swedish and German lustig ”humerous, funny, enjoyable” or Middle High German lustig ”merry, carefree”.
LUTTER Dutch, English, German
Dutch and English: variant of LUTER.... [more]
LUX German, Dutch
Patronymic from a vernacular form of LUCAS.
LUXENBERG German, Jewish, Luxembourgish, Belgian, French, Walloon
Habitational name from various places named Luxenberg, Luxemberg, Luxenburg, or Luxembourg, including the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
LYBOULT German
Famous Warrior... [more]
LYDAY German (Anglicized)
Probably an Americanized form of German LEIDIG.
LYÉ French
A habitational name from places named Lié located in Deux-Sèvres and Vendée.
LYMAN English, German (Anglicized), Dutch
English: topographic name for someone who lived near a meadow or a patch of arable land (see LAYMAN). ... [more]
MACCHIA Italian
Topographic name from Italian macchia "thicket", "scrub" (from Latin macula) and Habitational name from any of various places named Macchia, as for example Macchia in Trapani province, Sicily.
MACCINI Italian
Patronymic from a diminutive of the given name MACCIO.
MACE English, French
English: from a medieval personal name, a survival of Old English MÆSSA, which came to be taken as a pet form of MATTHEW.... [more]
MACHIA Italian
Variant of Italian MACCHIA.
MACK Scottish, Irish, German, Dutch, French
Scottish (Berwickshire) and Irish: from the Old Norse personal name MAKKR, a form of MAGNUS (Old Irish MACCUS)... [more]
MACON French, German
French: See MAÇON. An occupational name for a mason, French maçon. Habitational name from places so called in Saône-et-Loire, Allier, Aube, the Côte d’Or, Gers, and Deux-Sères... [more]
MACORIG Italian
An italian surname that in fact comes from slovene minority near Udine, it should be written Macoric'... [more]
MACRO Italian
Possibly a variant of MAGRO.
MADDALONI Italian
It should came from the toponym Maddaloni (Campany, South Italy) which name originates from the Arabic term "magdhal" meaning fortress, stronghold. The last name Maddaloni is typical of the area that includes the provinces of Naples, Caserta and Benevento.
MADONIA Italian
Habitational name from any of numerous places named Madonia, or a regional name for someone from Madonie in Sicily.
MADONNA Italian
From the person name MADONNA, from donna meaning "lady", bestowed in honor of the Virgin Mary.
MAFFIA Italian
Variant of Mattia.
MAFFIONE Italian
Possibly a derivative of the given name MAFFEO. This surname is from the Puglia region of Barletta, southern Italy.
MAFFRET French
beleived to originated in{ NICE, france} in the late 19th century, emmigration from france to london,{stepney}, where the surname was mistakenly added an extra letter "T" resulting in the surname MAFFRETT
MAGGIO Italian
From a nickname or personal name from the month of May, maggio, from Latin Maius (mensis), from Maia, a rather obscure goddess of fertility, whose name is derived from the same root as maius "larger" and maiestas "greatness"... [more]
MAGGIORI Italian
Recorded in many spelling forms including the 'base' form of Maggi, and the diminutives and double diminutives Maggiore, MAGGIORI, DI MAGGIO, Maggorini, and many others, this is an Italian surname of Roman (Latin) origins... [more]
MAIMERI Italian
Surname of italian painter and entrepreneur Giovanni (Gianni) Maimeri.
MAIN Scottish, English, French, Norman
Various origins explained include:... [more]
MAINE French
French topographic name from Old French maine ‘dwelling’, ‘residence’, ‘abode’, or a habitational name from any of numerous places so named.
MAIRE French (Swiss)
French Swiss surname ... [more]
MAISON French
Means "house" in French.
MAKOVOZA Baltic (Latinized, Rare), German (Latinized, Rare), Russian (Rare)
There is no history of the name just a family name I on't know if some people have it as a first name too.
MALDINI Italian
Possibly derived from an apheresis of the surname GRIMALDI.
MALECUIT French
Means "doughy," "soggy," or "undercooked" in French.
MALFAIT French
Derived from French mal fait, which literally means "poorly done, badly done". In the context of the surname, it refers to the first bearer being "malformed" or "deformed" (as it was in the eyes of people from older times), which means that he either was physically disabled or able-bodied but with a physical trait that deviated from the norm.
MALFITANO Italian
Altered form of AMALFITANO.
MALFOY French
Malfoy is a French name roughly translating to "bad faith"
MALIN English, French, Dutch
From the given name MALIN (English), and from the given name Madalin composed of the Germanic element madal meaning "council" (French, Dutch).
MALIZIA Italian
Italian. Literal translation is the english noun: "Malice".... [more]
MALLET Anglo-Norman, Medieval English, French, Catalan
Originated in Norman France and spread to England following the Norman conquest of 1066. The surname comes from the given name Malle, an Old English diminutive of MARY or from the given name Malo, a popular form of the name of Saint Maclovius, a 6th-century Welsh monk who the church of Saint Maclou in Rouen is named for.... [more]
MALLOW German
Variant spelling of Malow, a habitational name from Malow in Mecklenburg.
MALORET French
This surname comes from the French and means 'unfortunate' or 'luckless'.
MALPASS English, Scottish, French
Habitational name from any of various places named Malpas, because of the difficulty of the terrain, from Old French mal pas "bad passage" (Latin malus passus). It is a common French minor place name, and places in Cheshire, Cornwall, Gwent, and elsewhere in England were given this name by Norman settlers... [more]
MAMELI Italian
Possibly from latin surname Mamelius. A famous bearer was Goffredo Mameli, author of the italian national anthem.
MANCIO French
Mancio derives from the surname Venâncio and Amâncio, being an unusual French variation.
MANDATO Italian
mandato is the past tense of send in italian-such as "i sent a letter or message"
MANDIA Italian
Southern Italian (Campania): unexplained.
MANDRISCH Polish, German
Upper Silesia
MANGANI Italian
Possibly an Italian variant of MANGAN.
MANHART German (Modern)
From the Germanic personal name Manhard, composed of the Germanic elements man "man", "human" + hard "hardy", "brave", "strong"... [more]
MANISCALCO Italian
It means 'blacksmith' in Italian. The variant Maniscalchi is the plural.
MANNAZZU Sardinian (Archaic), Sicilian (Rare, Archaic), Corsican (Modern, Rare), Italian (Rare)
It came from the Ancient Nuraghi people. the Nuraghi people inhabited southern Corsica and northern and central Sardinia.
MANSELL Anglo-Norman, French
A status name for a particular type of feudal tenant, Anglo-Norman French mansel, one who occupied a manse (Late Latin mansa ‘dwelling’), a measure of land sufficient to support one family... [more]
MANTEY German, Polish
Habitational name for someone from a place called Manthei in Schwerin province. This name is also established in Poland.
MANUEL Spanish, Portuguese, French, German
Derived from the given name MANUEL.
MAR Swiss
The surname Mar has roots from Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, France, Germany, Portugal and Spain. MAR: topographic name for someone living by the sea, from mar ‘sea’ (Latin mare). German: nickname from Middle High German mar(w) ‘tender’, ‘delicate’.
MARANO Italian
Habitational name from any of various places named with the Latin personal name MARIUS and the suffix -anu.
MARANT English, French
Probably a variant of MORANT.
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