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Culkin name means spirit Play

Culkin The surname of CULKIN is a variant of Quilkin. The name was derived from the Gaelic MacUilcin. In Connacht, this name is a branch of the Stauntons of Mayo, now usually called Culkin...

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Stein name means stone or rock

Stein, Steiner STEIN is a Scots spelling of Stephen, which was introduced into Britain by the Normans, with whom it became a favourite personal name. The name is found in Fife, the Lothians, Ayrshire...

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Schaffer name means shepherd

Schaffer Variant name of : SCHAFFE, SCHAFFER, SCHAP, SCHAPP and SCHAEP. The surname of SCHAFFER is of Dutch origin, an occupational and locational name, the shepherd, one who looked after the sheep and resided...

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Martell name means Warrior of Mars

  Martell name means Warrior of Mars This French, Italian and English surname of MARTELL was from a medieval given name, a diminutive of Martin. This surname was derived from the Latin Martinus –...

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Hackett name means little hacker

  Hackett name means little hacker The surname Hackett, which came to Ireland with the Anglo-Normans towards the close of the 12th century, is of Scandinavian origin, deriving from the Old Norse ‘Haki’ and...

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Bronson name means brown’s son

Bronson name means brown’s son This surname BRONSON was borne by the Dukes of Saxony (in the form of Bruno) among others in the 10th century. It was also the name of several medieval...

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Bogart name means who owned an orchard

Bogart This German surname of BOGART was a topographic or occupational name for someone who owned or lived by an orchard, or was employed in one. The name was originally from the German Baumgarten...

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Harbin name means famous warrior

Harbin name means famous warrior SURNAMES as we know them today were first assumed in Europe from the 11th to the 15th Century. They were not in use in England or in Scotland before...

Harkin last name means dark red in Irish 0

Harkin last name means dark red in Irish

Harkin This rather English-appearing surname of HARKIN in fact, derives from the Irish O’hEarcain, and belonged originally to the Inishowen peninsula in County Donegal. It is still found mainly in County Donegal, where they...