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Surnames, their origin and their meaning

Many surnames are associated with the place/locality of where the family lived and in those cases the location is noted as the meaning.
Many surnames are associated with the occupation of the person given the name. is a directory of Professional Genealogists, Ancestry and Family Tree Researchers.

Surname Origin Meaning
Alexander Greek Greek aider or benefactor of men
Ambrose Greek Greek divine, immortal
Anastasia Greek Greek Christ's resurrection
Andrew Greek Greek A brave man
Angel Greek Greek messenger
Angle Greek Greek messenger
Anton Greek Greek A flower; flourishing, beautiful, graceful
Basil Greek Greek Royal, kingly
Denis Greek Greek Dionysius, which is derived from divine, and mind
Dennis Greek Greek Dionysius, which is derived from divine, and mind
Neander Greek Greek veoc-uvip, the new man
Otis Greek Greek quick hearing
Philip Greek Greek A lover of horses
Eustace Greek Greek standing firm
Stevens Greek Greek crown
George Greek Greek farmer
Gregory Greek Greek watchful
Greig Greek Greek Cryg, hoarse
Homer Greek Greek Ounpoc, a hostage, a pledge or security
Jason Greek Greek Healing

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