Browse Submitted Surnames

This is a list of submitted surnames in which the usage is visayan.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Abog Visayan
Literally "dust" in Cebuano
Argao Visayan
Named after Argao, a municipality in southern Cebu. Argao, in turn is said to have derived from "sali-argaw", a tree that flourished in the coastal areas of the town.
Argawanon Visayan
Literally "resident of Argao"
Atup Visayan
Literally "roof" in Cebuano
Babaylan Visayan
From "babaylan" which were pre-Hispanic priestesses or mediums. The root word of which is "babaye" which is Cebuano for woman.
Balaod Visayan
Literally "law" in Cebuano
Bituon Visayan
Literally "star" in Cebuano, related to Tagalog Bituin
Cadlawon Visayan
Literally "dawn" in Cebuano.
Dumagit Visayan
Literally "to swoop" or "to snatch" in Cebuano. Related to Dumaguete, capital of the province of Negros Oriental.
Enad Visayan
Possibly from Spanish "henar" meaning "meadowland" or "hayfield"
Majilom Visayan
Literally "quiet" in Cebuano
Maxilom Visayan
An archaic Hispanicization of "mahilom", "quiet."