Print. #514 COBB Nickname meaning lump or a short form of the name Jacob. #985 JARVIS From the given name Gervase meaning spear or spear/valley. #659 DICKERSON Son of Richard. #157 OLSON Son of Olaf. Despite being a common name, it stands as the most celebrated and opted choice for all parents. #637 ATKINSON Family or son of Adam. #24 WHITE A family of light complexion or hair. #280 BURTON From the fortified town. #814 SELLERS Occupational surname for someone who was a merchant/seller. There's something about Irish names - both first and last names - that people the world over find compelling. #410 ROBBINS Family of Robin. #208 BRADLEY From the broad meadow. The second character, t (pronounced with a long 'oh . Click to visit 16 Jewish Baby Names That Were Popular in the 1930s - Kveller #339 GREGORY Possibly from Gregorian monks, literally means watchful, awake. #115 ROMERO From or traveler to Rome. #44 BAKER Occupational surname for family of a baker. #308 PEARSON Son of Piers. #179 SALAZAR From Salazar, Spain. #175 ROBERTSON Son of Robert. Literally means fern-covered clearing. #171 HOLMES Lives near a small island or islet. . #932 LEVY From the family of Levi. From the word engaingne (ingenuity). #709 TANNER Occupational surname for someone who tanned hides. #638 VELEZ Visigoth surname meaning vigilant people. #289 PARK Korean surname, meaning gourd. #163 SILVA Portuguese surname meaning by the woods or forest. Given to a person who was a champion of a competition such as jousting.  Garcia and Martinez represent the rapid growth of several Hispanic communities in the United States. #704 CANTU Occupational surname for a singer or cantor. #67 GUTIERREZ Son of Gutierre. #298 LUNA From one of the towns named Luna in Spain. #990 BRANCH Possibly a habitational surname for someone from Branch, a land division in Wiltshire, U.K. or from Branches Park, a former country mansion in West Suffolk, U.K. #23 THOMPSON Son of Thomas. Daw was a nickname for David. Generate (surnames) last names or family names for characters in stories, books, plays, movies, etc with our random last name generator Gender Neutral How many? #665 ACEVEDO Spanish surname meaning someone who lives near or in a grove of holly trees or hollywood. #626 CHRISTIAN Follower of Christ. #800 SLOAN From the old Gaelic given name Sluaghadhan, meaning a leader of a military expedition. Johnson #88 MENDOZA People who live near or are from the village of Mendoza, Spain. #542 STOKES From the Old English stoc meaning trunk of a tree. #122 GRIFFIN Mythological creature with the body, tail, and back legs of a lion. #871 HARDING Son of the hardened one. #620 HUYNH Korean surname meaning bright or yellow. #315 NAVARRO Person from Navarre, France. #614 CAMERON Nickname surname meaning bent nose. #447 BLAKE White complected or white haired. #479 GALLAGHER Irish surname meaning descendant of Gallchobhair. #840 RANDOLPH Shield Wolf. #42 ADAMS Family of Adam. #797 BROWNING Descriptive surname from the Olde English brun meaning someone with brown hair or skin. #374 WOLFE Wolf or Wolf-like. #699 GOLDEN Nickname surname for a blonde person, someone with golden hair. #226 MATTHEWS Son of Matthew. #574 ROTH German surname meaning red, used for a person with red hair. #505 FLOYD From the Welsh Lloyd or Llwyd, meaning grey. #631 WALL Lives near a city wall or enclosure. For girls, Mary was the overwhelming choice of Depression era parents. Meaning: Grey home or a common last name for people who belong to a clan. #957 SANFORD From the sandy ford. #756 MERRITT Habitational surname for a family who came from Merriott in Somerset, UK. #301 DAVIDSON Son of David. as the official names for Constantinople and Angora. The Populist Party. Top names of the 1930s The following table shows the 200 most popular given names for male and female babies born during the 1930s. #612 HUFF Lives by a ridge or hollow. 1920s 1910s . More Lists of Most Popular Names. #632 BOONE Good person or from Bohon, France. #355 STEELE Occupational name for a foundry/steel worker. #362 HALE From the remote valley. Appendix. #326 CHAMBERS Occupational surname, servant who worked the bedrooms or chambers. #900 ASHLEY From the ash wood or clearing. #425 CHAN Chinese surname literally meaning field or plain. #547 VILLARREAL From the royal estate/village. #630 GALVAN Nickname for someone who had a receding hairline or was going bald. #717 HOBBS From the family of Hobb, a nickname for Robert. #843 TREJO Habitational Spanish surname, for someone from Trexo, a place in Asturias in northwest Spain. #224 HOFFMAN German occupational surname meaning property manager. #832 CORONA Literally means crown, but could mean several occupations: someone who made helmets or hats, someone who was going bald, or a follower of Christianity referring to the crown of thorns. #906 BLEVINS Welsh surname from the word Blaid meaning wolf. Ivan was a famous king of Russia. #442 GARNER Contraction of Gardener or occupational surname for someone who was in charge of the storehouse (granary). Woodley. #48 MITCHELL Variation on the name Michael, meaning Who is like God? #567 COCHRAN Scottish surname for a family who lived near the lowlands of Cochrane. #239 ORTEGA From Ortega, Spain. #687 ARELLANO Habitational surname for a family from Arellano, spain. #759 SALGADO Galician and Portuguese nickname surname for someone who was witty or wry, from the word salgado meaning salty. Marley. #989 MAYO From the family of Matthew. Europe's Most Common Last Names This list of Europe's most common last names will likely look familiar to you. #667 ZAVALA From Zawada or Zawady, literally meaning fortress. #590 GREER From the family of Gregory. #358 HOLT Lives by or near the woodlands. #609 COPELAND Bought land. #370 PHAM Vietnamese surame meaning extensive. #169 HUNT Hunter. Parker. Fernsby, (Old English Origin) Derived from the old English words meaning "fern farmstead". #249 MALDONADO Ill-favored. #286 LUCAS From Lucania, Italy. #58 EDWARDS Family of Edward #40 FLORES Son of Floro. #369 LYONS Son or family of Lyon. #913 LUGO Habitational surname for families from the town of Lugo in Galicia, Spain. In this article we'll look at what the most popular baby boy names were for the year 1930. #8 DAVIS Son of David. #537 MARSH Family who lived near the marshland. . #69 MORGAN Welsh surname meaning by the sea. Literally means valley of the hare. #314 BARRETT Warlike person, quarrelsome. #405 SHARP Smart person. #530 VELAZQUEZ Son of Velasco. The hardships that America faced and the hope for the future can be seen in the most popular baby names of the 1930s. Devi and Singh, the most common surnames in India, are at numbers 6 and 9, respectively. #105 SULLIVAN Irish surname from descendant of Sileabhn (Little Dark Eyes) #700 WARE Occupational surname for someone who was employed at a weir or dam, or habitational surname for someone who lived near one. #914 PORTILLO Spanish/Castilian surname meaning small port. #749 HURST Someone who lives by a wooded hill. Last Names Starting with 'P' Jump directly to your surname. #577 LOZANO Italian-Swiss surname for people from the city of Locarno, Switzerland. Ten most common Finnish surnames So, we're starting out with a list of the most common Finnish surnames, plus the number of people who have this surname in Finland in 2021, out of a population of around 5.5 million. #55 DIAZ Son of Diego The U.S. State Department adopts the "Istanbul" form . #470 HUBBARD Variation of the name Hubert, meaning bright heart. #976 HESTER Either lives by the beech tree, or an occupational surname for a herald/town crier. From the old English beste meaning beast. #13 GONZALEZ Son of Gonzalo. #835 McFARLAND Scottish surname from the Gaelic MacPharlain meaning son of Parlan. It originally comes from the similar William, so the surname Williams often means "son of William.". #565 BEIL From the German bil meaning axe. #86 BENNETT Family of Benedict (Blessed). During the 19th century in England, this surname became the most popular name in the country owing to the explorer Sir Samuel Baker. #49 CARTER Occupational surname for a cart driver. #854 MAYS Either family of Matthew or a nickname for a guy who is a good friend. #686 GRIMES Viking surname meaning masked person, fierce. #706 BAXTER Occupational surname meaning a female baker. #161 GORDON Scottish surname meaning spacious fort or home. #499 FRANK Person from France. 57. Oldham. #714 GILMORE From the Celtic surname MacGille Mhoire, meaning servant of the Virgin Mary. #673 RUBIO Red-headed or someone with a ruddy complexion. #510 SUAREZ From the southern army. #766 WINTERS Nickname surname for someone who was literally cold or unemotional. #96 MYERS Occupational surname for a Mayor. #229 CONTRERAS From the town of Contreras, Spain. #951 STUART Occupational surname for someone who worked as a steward/assistant. #279 GARRETT Family of Gerald. #71 PETERSON Son of Peter. #785 BERGER Either Swedish surname for someone who lived near a hill or mountain, or French for a shepherd (Bergere). #734 SNOW Descriptive surname for someone with very pale skin or light blonde hair. Clarence From Clare. #63 MORALES By the mulberry tree There's some overlap between then and now names like Fletcher, Harrison, and Ellis are currently fashionable. #890 DUNLAP From the fort by the muddy place. #963 ANDERSEN Son of Anders/Andrew. #515 GIBBS Family of Gilbert (Gib was a nickname for Gilbert). #21 LEE Family who lived in or near an open meadow or clearing. #449 ADKINS Family or son of Adam. Literally means oak. All Time This Year Trending Now Fastest Rising Surnames. #751 CORTES Courteous, refined. The names are the same as the top surnames in the United States: Smith, Johnson, Williams, Brown, and Jones. #142 FERNANDEZ Son of Fernando #598 YODER Swiss surname meaning son or family of Theodore. #961 OCONNELL Descendant of Conaill. #817 HARDIN Habitational surname for families from any number of towns in England named Harden/Hardin. Kegley. #694 PARRISH Someone who lives near Paris, France or near a particular parish a geographical area defined by religion. 1. #455 FISCHER Fisherman. Literally means the gate at the boundary. Derived from the Latin word Pascha, Pascal is a patronymic or a hereditary surname. 2. #486 GALLEGOS Foreigners. (This includes names derived at an older stage of the language.) #977 PROCTOR Occupational surname for a proctor/manager/attorney. #250 MORRISON Son of Morris. #689 ONEILL Son of Neill. #672 SHIELDS From a shed or shelter. Most likely an occupational surname for someone who made axes or used them (like a lumberjack). For boys. #640 ROY Royal, Kingly. #608 DAVENPORT Habitational surname of families from Davenport in Cheshire, UK. #575 NICHOLSON Son of Nicholas. Literally means from the wood grove of Augustus. Literally means forest of pines. #210 ELLIOTT Family of Elias. #466 CANNON Occupational surname for someone who worked at a house of clergy. #89 RUIZ Son of Ruy or Roy. Billy Strong mind and protection. This surname of pre-Roman origin is said to come from the Basque language, being linked to the adjective 'young'. A few of these vintage surnames are now hits for girls, most notably Emerson and Palmer.. But the bureau also compiled lists of the fastest-growing surnames in the United States and these include Zhang, Li, Ali, Liu, and Khan - a testament to the wonderful diversity of our nation. #176 BOYD Scottish surname, from the Celtic term boidhe meaning fair or yellow. #983 TERRELL Stubborn one. #652 FARRELL From the Irish surname,O Fearghail literally means Descendant of the brave man. Much like today, dozens of surname names made the American popularity charts 100 years ago. #2 JOHNSON Son of John. #939 McCARTY From the Gaelic surname Mac Carthaigh meaning son of the loving one. #783 DEJESUS Follower of Jesus Christ. Literal meaning unknown. #481 HAMMOND From the Norse Viking name Hamundr, meaning high protection. #799 LOWERY Family of Lawrence. #824 MORSE Family of Maurice. #849 GILES Holy man or one who does good. #237 RIOS Person who lived near the river. #75 HOWARD Occupational surname for a ewe herder. #978 LU Chinese surname of unknown meaning. #258 OBRIEN Of the Family of Brien #469 SHERMAN Literally translates to shear man, an occupational surname for someone who trimmed pills off the surface of fine cloth. #930 HAYDEN From the hedge enclosure, down hill. #290 YANG Chinese surname meaning willow tree or aspen. #323 CAMPOS Lives in or near the countryside. #117 PATTERSON Son of Patrick. #636 BRUCE From various place names in Normandy, France. #367 HORTON From the farm on muddy soil. #463 MULLINS French occupational surname for someone who worked in a mill. #422 QUINN An Anglicized form of the Gaelic surname O Cuinn, meaning counsel. Perhaps to describe a person who is steadfast or stubborn. #860 McMILLAN From the Gaelic surname Macghillemhaoil, meaning son of the monks servant. #491 WATERS From the place near the water, or family of Walter. #344 SHELTON From the ledge/enclosure. #822 FROST Nickname surname for a person who had white hair or who had a frosty disposition. #285 ROJAS Red-headed or ruddy complexion. #649 CHASE Nickname given to a skilled huntsman. They were followed by Richard, Charles, and Donald. #738 BARRY From the Gaelic surname O Baire, meaning the male descendant of Fionnbharr, or fair-haired one. #820 HOWE Lives near a man-made mound or burial mound. 1. #173 WAGNER Occupational surname for a wagon maker. #27 CLARK Occupational surname for a clerk. #167 DIXON Son of Dick/Richard. #655 HORN An occupational surname for someone who either played a horn instrument or made small articles, like spoons, out of animal horn. other occupational names include Knight, Thatcher, Squire and Fletcher. #644 VILLA Homestead. #32 YOUNG Meaning the younger. Surname given to a son of a man, when they had the same name. #821 LIVINGSTON From the town founded by Leving (given name). Betty, Barbara, Shirley, Patricia and Dorothy were other popular 1930s names. Some popular boy names are Michael and John. #277 LE Vietnamese surname meaning lives near a pear tree. Oliver is the most popular boys' name over the past 10 years but just 62nd since the 1930s. #657 PHELPS Family of Phillip. #597 DECKER Occupational surname for a thatcher or roofer. #111 GONZALES Son/Family of Gonzalo. #436 CURRY Locational surname for families from a town named Curry. Daniel Daniel is a spiritual Russian name. #6 GARCIA - Of unknown meaning. #272 HOWELL Anglicized form of the Welsh Hywel, meaning eminent. #698 KOCH German occupational surname for a cook or kitchen manager. #462 HINES Occupational surname for a deer keeper or tender. Top Vintage Surnames. #233 SANDOVAL From Sandoval, Spain. Four states, Kentucky, Maryland, Tennessee, and Virginia share the top surnames of Smith, Johnson, and Jones. #750 WOODARD Contraction of Woodward meaning ward or caretaker of the woods. #685 WIGGINS Son of the high noble or warrior. #931 CANO Spanish/Portugal surname referring to a cave, or a French/Italian occupational surname occupational for someone who supplied cane/reeds for thatching. #853 DONOVAN From the Irish surname Donnabhain, a diminutive/nickname for someone with darker skin or wore brown. #987 REYNA From the French surname Rainer meaning army counsel. #2 JOHNSON - Son of John. #498 PARSONS Occupational surname for a parson or priest. #544 BALLARD Nickname for a person who had a bald head. #965 McPHERSON From the Gaelic surname Mac an Phearsain, meaning son of the parson. #882 SHEPARD Occupational surname for a shepherd. #972 DUDLEY From Duddas clearing Dudda was a nickname for a rotund/heavy person. #581 ARIAS Occupational surname either from the Latin aro meaning farmer, or a craftsman from the Latin ars meaning skill. Vladimir m Russian, Serbian, Croatian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Slovene, Albanian, Medieval Slavic Derived from the Slavic element vladeti meaning "rule" combined with meru meaning "great, famous". #777 PRUITT From the Old French proux meaning valiant or brave one. #999 TANG Vietnamese surname, meaning from the Tang dynasty. #774 ORR Lives near a slope or shore. Literally means black. #801 McLEAN From the old Gaelic name Mac gille Eoin, literally meaning son of the devotee of Saint John. #850 BENJAMIN Son of my right hand. #648 GATES Lives in or behind a gated area. #641 VINCENT Conqueror. #458 DELACRUZ Literally translates to of the cross. #440 GROSS Big, large. This page was last edited on 12 January 2023, at 13:01 (UTC). #379 ZIMMERMAN Occupational surname for a master carpenter. #578 RANGEL Spanish/Portuguese surname, meaning unknown. #430 FITZGERALD Son of Gerald. #427 KHAN Chief, ruler. #819 McINTOSH Son of the chief, leader. Prigord. #676 BOYER Bow maker. #613 ROCHA Portuguese surname based on the French surname Roche, which means lives by the rocky crag. #856 VALENTINE Strong, healthy, valiant. #316 FIGUEROA Lives near the fig tree. Used for families from the region of Hesse, in Germany. #15 ANDERSON Son of Andrew. #452 ROMAN Person from Rome, Italy. Picard #170 HICKS Family of Richard. #194 GARDNER Occupational surname for a gardener/groundskeeper. #389 ERICKSON Son of Eric. #778 KENT From Kent, England or literally from the coast. #100 JIMENEZ Son of Jim/James. #114 SIMMONS Family of Simon. #418 CARDENAS From the land of thorns. #580 HOOVER From the German Huber, meaning plot of land or farm. The 200 most popular names were taken from a universe that includes 10,852,935 male births and 11,046,480 female births 46 in 1958. #412 RAMSEY Locational surname from the town of Ramsey, UK. #294 DAY From the family of David. #299 FOWLER Occupational surname for someone who works with fowl (birds). #368 MILES Son of Mile. #116 JORDAN From the area of the River Jordan. #569 NASH From the place near the ash tree. #712 BERG From the mountain. #954 GALINDO Spanish surname of unknown meaning. #6 GARCIA Of unknown meaning. British surnames such as Williams, Jackson, Robinson, Harris, Davis, Brown and Jones are also common among people of non-British descent, such as African Americans due to slavery. Kelly Meaning: An Irish name meaning descendent of Ceallach. Williams is the third most popular last name for both men and women in the 1980s. If you are still unsure about studying overseas, it is always good to speak to an experienced person who can help you point in the right direction. #991 HENDRIX Family of Heinrich. Salazar literally translates to old hall. In 1920, the blackest name in America that is, over 99 percent of people with this name were black was Booker, no . #444 BURGESS Free man of a fortified town. January 23, 2020 POSSIBLE REASONS BEHIND STUDENT VISA REJECTION. The links below will take you to pages with data on the most popular last names based on ancestry: #395 BALDWIN Brave friend. #262 BISHOP Occupational surname for a bishop. #343 RHODES From a clearing in the woods #503 BUCHANAN Locational surname from the area of Buchanan in Stirlingshire, UK. #30 ROBINSON Son of Robin, a nickname for Robert. [Sources: Frequently Occurring Surnames in the 2010 Census; and Ancestry: What's the Most Common Surname in Your State? #295 WALSH Welsh, foreigner, stranger referring to Celt. English surnames of Old English origin. Top twenty New Zealand Surnames . Graham. Interestingly, the five most common American surnames as of 2010 haven't changed that much over time and are Smith, Johnson, Williams, Brown, and Jones. #502 OSBORNE Viking name, literally meaning Bear God Cosby. #739 JOHNS Family of John. #758 MOON Either from the French word moun meaning a monk or someone who lives a monastic lifestyle, or from the Cornish word mon, meaning thin applied to a person who was skinny. 27. Main category: Polish surnames. Prigord is a habitational French last name used for people who came from the Prigord region of France. #576 HOLLOWAY Lives near the holy spring. Literally means a woody clearing. #202 PIERCE Family of Peter. #448 TRUJILLO Family from the city of Trujillo, Spain. From the latin ramus meaning branch. #307 NEWMAN Stranger, newcomer. #805 CHUNG Chinese/Korean surname literally meaning hanging bell flower. #93 CASTILLO Lives in or near the Castle. #160 HUNTER Occupational surname for an animal hunter/trapper. #234 GUERRERO Soldier, warrior. #421 CALDERON Spanish occupational surname for one who makes or sells cooking vessels (i.e. #955 COFFEY From the Gaelic surname O Cobhthaigh meaning descendant of the victorious. #198 KELLEY Irish surname meaning bright headed or red-headed. #625 MATHIS Family of Matthew. #70 COOPER Occupational surname for a barrel maker. #755 McCULLOUGH From the Scottish clan name, MacCullaich meaning son of the boar, where the boar represented a brave man. #747 STAFFORD From the landing by the ford. #682 CALLAHAN From the Gaelic surname O Ceallachain. #653 WYATT Brave warrior. Basque term meaning Cold Mountain. #432 STEVENSON Son of Steven. penni crenna obituary
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