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Ajami (surname)

The surname Ajami or al-Ajami has origins in the Middle East and is prevalent in Arabic speaking countries, particularly Lebanon. Derived from Ajam it is an Arabic word meaning mute, which today refers to someone whose mother tongue is not Arabic.

Allde

Allde is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: John Allde fl. 1555–1592, Scottish stationer and printer. Edward Allde died 1628, English printer.

Allievi

Allievi is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Lorenzo Allievi 1856–1941, Italian engineer. Vittorio Allievi born 1962, Italian gymnast. Nicholas Allievi born 1992, Italian footballer. Walter Allievi born 1960, Italian footballer. ...

Alsford

Alsford is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Niki Alsford, British academic. Walter Alsford 1911–1968, English footballer. Julian Alsford born 1972, English footballer.

Andic

Andic is a surname. Notable people include: Furkan Andıç born 1990, Turkish actor and model. Marko Andic born 1983, Serbian football player. Isak Andic born 1953, Spanish businessman.

Andrewartha

Cornish Names says: Nouns. (Существительные) "tref: village, town", Brythonic Celt Welsh about 4-500 AD. "tre" a "town", feminine, maybe a hamlet or house. Cf. "Wollas": "lower" maybe smaller or lesser or in a valley, of the two. Adjectives. (При ...

Andrist

Andrist is a Swiss family name with proof of family vital records at least back to the 16th Century. Places of origins are known from Simmental, Canton of Bern. Andrist is a folksy version of "Andreas". There is also a branch of the family name t ...

Añez

Añez is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Alexi Añez born 1990, Bolivian female footballer. Jeanine Añez born 1967, Bolivian politician and lawyer. Carlos Añez born 1995, Bolivian footballer. Oscar Añez born 1990, Bolivian footb ...

Angersbach

Angersbach, originally Angerspah, is an Old Hessian surname. All living members of this family are perhaps descendants of the noble family von Angersbach. The meaning of the name is as follows: Anger = grass covered land / middle of a Germanic se ...

Apelt

Apelt is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Friedel Apelt 1902–2001, German political activist, trades union official and politician. Matthaus Apelt 1594–1648, German psalmist, musician and statesman. Ernst Friedrich Apelt 1812–1 ...

Appler

Apple r is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Kathleen Appler, American Roman Catholic nun. Barton Appler Bean 1860–1947, American ichthyologist. Johann Appler 1892–1978, German Nazi politician.

Argote

Argote is a surname. Notable people with this name include: Agustin Argote 1926–1996, Spanish boxer. Jose Argote born 1980, Venezuelan football referee. Estanislao Argote born 1956, Spanish footballer. Francisco de Santillan y Argote, 17th-centur ...

Aryee

Aryee is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Joyce Aryee born 1947, Ghanaian politician. Ashiakwei Aryee born 1976, Ghanaian boxer. Isaac Aryee born 1941, Ghanaian politician. Fred Aryee born 1939, Nigerian footballer. Bernard Ary ...

Asaria

Asaria is the surname of a large and notable family. The familys origin can be traced back to Gujarat, India. From there a large portion of them migrated to East Africa - namely to Mombasa, Kenya, Kampala, Uganda and to Dar es Salaam, Tanzania. A ...

Aspelin

Aspelin is a surname. Notable people with this surname include: Simon Aspelin born 1974, Swedish tennis player. Tobias Aspelin born 1968, Swedish actor. Arthur Aspelin 1868–1949, Finnish military officer. Marianne Aspelin born 1966, Norwegian cur ...

Awsumb

Awsumb is a Norwegian topographic surname for a farm homestead. The spelling Awsumb is an anglicization of Åsum used by some Norwegian emigrants to the United States. The name Åsum is derived from the word ås meaning a hill or ridge with the endi ...

Bacon (name)

Its etymology is uncertain, with Charnock favoring a derivation from a diminutive of Germanic bach "little stream, creek" and others from an eponymous seigniory in Normandy or from a corruption of Beacon. It is sometimes folk etymologized from ba ...

Baggetta

Baggetta is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Vincent Baggetta 1944–2017, American television actor. Mike Baggetta born 1979, American guitarist and songwriter.

Baillet

Baillet is a surname. Christophe-Ernest, 1st Count of Baillet. Ferdinand de Baillet-Latour. (Фердинанд де Байе-Латур) Artois-Baillet Latour Foundation. (Артуа-Байе Латур Фонда) Theodor Franz, Count Baillet von Latour. Maximilian Anton Karl, Count ...

Baksi (surname)

Baksi is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Kurdo Baksi born 1965, Swedish social commentator and author. Joe Baksi 1922–1977, American heavyweight boxer. Mahmud Baksi 1944–2000, Kurdish writer and journalist.

Balanas

Balanas is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Margarita Balanas, Latvian concert cellist. Kristine Balanas born 1990, Latvian violinist.

Baldissera

Baldissera is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include: Antonio Baldissera 1838–1917, Italian general. Barbara Baldissera born 1978, Italian short track speed skater.

Barcelo

Barcelo is a Catalan surname, which originally appeared in Montpellier, today Languedoc-Roussillon then established in other Crown of Aragon areas like the Balearic Islands or Catalonia, and finally extended to the rest of Spain and its old terri ...

Barnor

Barnor is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: James Barnor born 1929, Ghanaian photographer. Ricky Barnor born 1943, Ghanaian boxer.

Bataillard

Bataillard, and at various points also Bataillart, is a French surname which originated in Eastern France during the mid-14th century. It is now held by about 500 households worldwide. The name was first used unofficially Jean Batailly, knight Ma ...

Beaupre (surname)

Beaupre is a primarily Catholic family that lives mostly in northern New England and Michigan. Members of the Beaupre family moved to Quebec, Canada in a town now known as Beaupre. Basilica Of Sant. Anne-de-beaupré is located there. The name was ...

Behmer

Behmer is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Marcus Behmer 1879–1958, German writer and book illustrator, graphic designer and painter. Anke Behmer born 1961, German athlete. Ernst Behmer 1875–1938, German stage and film actor. H ...

Bellars

Bellars is a surname. It may refer to: George Bellars 1848-?, New Zealand cricketer. Stephanie Bellars born 1976, known by her ring name Gorgeous George, American professional wrestling valet and former exotic dancer. Frederick Bellars 1888–1971, ...

Bendz

Benz is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Sergei Bendz born 1983, Russian footballer. Jacob Christian Bendz 1802–1858, Danish medical doctor and titular professor. Wilhelm Bendz 1804–1832, Danish painter.

Bensted

Bensted is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Eric Bensted 1901–1980, Australian cricketer. Jake Bensted born 1994, Australian judoka. Emily Bensted born 1986, Australian judoka.

Berhow

Berhow is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Nathaniel Tennosuke Berhow 2003–2019, perpetrator of the Saugus High School shooting. Suzanne Berhow, wife of YouTuber Arin Hanson.

Berytius

Berytius is a Latin surname given to several writers for their being natives of Berytus: Lupercus Berytius, grammarian. (Lupercus Berytius, грамматист) Taurus Berytius, Platonic philosopher. M. Valerius Probus Berytius c. 20 / 30 – 105 AD, gramma ...

Blaikley

Blaikley is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Alan Blaikley born 1940, English songwriter and composer. Catherine Kaidyee Blaikley c. 1695–1771, American landowner and midwife.

Blegvad

Blegvad is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Peter Blegvad born 1951, American musician, singer-songwriter, writer, and cartoonist. Erik Blegvad 1923–2014, Danish British childrens book illustrator.

Bloemers

Bloemers is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Arnoldus Bloemers 1792–1844, Dutch painter. Henk Bloemers 1945–2015, Dutch footballer.

Blonski

Blonski, fem. Blonska is a Polish-language toponymic surname associated with the city of Blonie. The East-Slavic variant of the surnam is Blonsky. Famous people with this surname include: Jan Blonski 1931 – 2009, Polish historian, literary critic ...

Boal (surname)

The Boal surname is a variant of Bowell and Boyle. It is common in people of English, Welsh, and Irish descent. In Ireland it is a variant of Boyle while in northern Ireland it developed from the name Bowell. Famous people with the surname includ ...

Bocaric

Bocaric is a Serbian surname that may refer to Anastas Bocaric 1864–1944, Serbian painter. Spiro Bocaric 1876–1941, Serbian painter, brother of Anastas.

Bosiger

Bosiger is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Max Bosiger born 1933, Swiss boxer. Johannes Bosiger, Swiss / German scriptwriter and producer. Paul Bosiger 1929-1977, Swiss actor. Jonas Bosiger born 1995, Swiss snowboarder.

Bossong

The Bossong family is of Frankish origin. This is neither Teutonic nor French, but a separate race, almost extinct today. When William the Conqueror of Normandy invaded England in 1066, in the early variations of the name were in his invading arm ...

Bowdler

Ernie Bowdler 1872–1921, Shrewsbury Town F.C. and Wales international footballer. Cal Bowdler born 1977, retired American basketball player. Jack Bowdler 1870–1927, Shrewsbury Town F.C., Wolverhampton Wanderers F.C. and Wales international footba ...

Bradbrook

Bradbrook is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Gail Bradbrook born 1972, British environmental activist. M. C. Bradbrook 1909–1993, British literary scholar. Robert Bradbrook born 1965, British filmmaker and animator.

Brækhus

Brækhus is a Norwegian surname. Notable people with the surname include: Cecilia Brækhus born 1981, boxer. Stein Inge Brækhus born 1967, jazz musician. Sjur Brækhus 1918–2009, legal judge and scholar.

Branham (surname)

As of 2014, 96.8% of all known bearers of the surname Branham were residents of the United States. The frequency of the surname was higher than national average in the following U.S. states: The frequency of the names was maximum in 20 times on a ...

Brechbuhl

Brechbuhl or Brechbuhl is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Beat Brechbuhl born 1939, Swiss journalist, translator, and publisher. Ulrich Brechbuhl, U.S. government official. Urs Brechbuhl born 1946, Swiss biathlete.

Breer

Breer is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Robert Breer 1926–2011, American experimental filmmaker, painter, and sculptor. Albert Breer born 1980, American football journalist and reporter. Murle Breer born 1939, American golfer.

Bricknell

Bricknell is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Bruce Bricknell 1935–1982, New Zealand cricket umpire. Gary Bricknell 1954–1977, South African first-class cricketer. Martin Bricknell, British physician and former British Army off ...

Brotherus

Brotherus is a surname used first around 1600 by Stephan Sigfridi Brotherus, who was a priest in the town of Vantaa in Finland. There are currently about 100 people alive with this surname, most of whom are living in Finland.

Broughan

The Broughan family has a long history including earls, knights and paupers. The first referenced history of the Broughan family occurs during the Norman invasion of England, wherein a family of engineers called Broughan were shipped to England d ...

Bruining

Bruining is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Mack Bruining born 1997, Dutch basketball player. Nicolette Bruining 1886–1963, Dutch theologian.