Surmullet Surnames

Surname

Meanings and phrases

surname

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n.
  1. the name used to identify the members of a family (as distinguished from each member's given name); family name; cognomen; last name

surname include

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E.g.
  • Notable people with the surname include: See also
  • People with the surname include: Variant spellings
  • Notable people with the surname include: Variants:

masculine surname

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E.g.
  • Krišjānis Krišjānis is a Latvian masculine given name and masculine surname.
  • Surkov Surkov () is a Russian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Surkova.
  • Safarov Safarov () is a Slavic masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Safarova.

common surname

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  • In Croatia, Novak is the sixth most common surname.
  • It is the most common surname in the Czech Republic.
  • Ding is the 46th most common surname in China.

changed his surname

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  • Norman never legally changed his surname to Norell.
  • Switters changed his surname by deed poll in July 2018.
  • He changed his surname from Davis to Williams in late 2006.

surname meaning

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  • Kraus Kraus is a German surname meaning "curly".
  • Stella (surname) Stella is a surname meaning "star".
  • Schnabel Schnabel is a German surname meaning "beak".

alphabetically by surname

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  • This list is arranged alphabetically by surname:
  • This list is arranged alphabetically by surname.
  • Entries for each day are listed alphabetically by surname.

additional surname

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  • (He afterwards adopted the additional surname of "Arundell".)
  • He took the additional surname Gell when he inherited the Gell fortune in 1842.
  • He adopted the additional surname of Davie in 1846 at the same time as his parents.

both a surname

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E.g.
  • Tellis Tellis is both a surname and a given name.
  • Rabson Rabson is both a surname and a given name.
  • Omondi Omondi is both a surname and a given name.

name and surname

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  • Upon his arrival, he Hebraized his name and surname.
  • Sandee Sandee is both a given name and surname.
  • Wycliffe (name) Wycliffe is a given name and surname.

surname was higher

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  • In Finland, the frequency of the surname was higher than national average in the following regions:
  • In Sweden, the frequency of the surname was higher than national average (1:644) in the following regions:

patronymic surname

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  • Coolen Coolen () is a Dutch patronymic surname.
  • Huibers Huibers is a Dutch patronymic surname.
  • Wijnen Wijnen or Wynen is a Dutch patronymic surname.

adopted the surname

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  • His sons adopted the surname Stafford-Wollocombe.
  • She adopted the surname of her son's father.
  • He adopted the surname Banks by deed poll, in adulthood.

surname derived

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  • Dunphy Dunphy is an Irish surname derived from Donohoe.
  • Shlesinger Shlesinger is a surname derived from Silesia.
  • Urbanik Urbanik is a patronymic surname derived from the given name Urban.

toponymic surname

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  • Van Galen Van Galen is a Dutch toponymic surname.
  • Van Daele Van Daele is a Dutch toponymic surname.
  • Van Wijk Van Wijk is a Dutch toponymic surname.

most common surname

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E.g.
  • In Croatia, Novak is the sixth most common surname.
  • It is the most common surname in the Czech Republic.
  • Ding is the 46th most common surname in China.

surname may refer

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  • Rhys Davids Rhys Davids as a surname may refer to:
  • Manley (surname) Manley as a surname may refer to:
  • Riddell (surname) Riddell as a surname may refer to:

took the surname

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  • With her marriage, she took the surname Alpaslan.
  • The son eventually took the surname of his mother's new husband.
  • Marcus took the surname of his adoptive parents and siblings when he turned eighteen.

whose surname

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  • Her name was Herophile, whose surname was Sibyl.
  • This pages lists composers whose surname falls into the S alphabetic range.
  • This pages lists composers whose surname falls into the L to N alphabetic range.

assumed the surname

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  • Their descendants assumed the surname Tasso de Saxe-Coburgo e Bragança.
  • He later assumed the surname of Foster by way of royal licence in 1927.
  • The Visconti living in Oleggio Castello assumed the surname of Visconti di Oleggio.

family surname

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  • Some doubt surrounds his family surname.
  • Schlechter Schlechter is a family surname of German origin.
  • Kneeland is an archaic alternative name for the Cleland family surname.

occupational surname

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  • Molina (surname) Molina is a Spanish occupational surname.
  • Brasser Brasser is a Dutch and German occupational surname.
  • Veerman Veerman is a Dutch occupational surname meaning "ferryman".

original surname

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  • Between 1911 and 1913 he changed his original surname, Lewy, to Lenck.
  • Notable people with the surname include: Van Gorder is one of several variants of the original surname "Van Garden" adopted by Gysbert Alberts in the 1660s.
  • Her father, Robert Lawrence Berenson, was an American career diplomat turned shipping executive; he was of Lithuanian Jewish descent, and his family's original surname was Valvrojenski.

same surname

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  • Aphrodite had the same surname at Iulis in Cos. (Anton.
  • When referring to relatives with the same surname the form "The Doctors Smith" can be used.
  • Brzobohatý Brzobohatý and Brzobohatá, the male and female forms of the same surname, may refer to:

language surname

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  • Voaden Voaden is an English language surname.
  • Hayes (surname) Hayes is an English language surname.
  • Boydell (name) Boydell is an English language surname.
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