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Variant of Poggio.

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Rank in 2000: 3.

Roman girl names in the US Top 1000 include Octavia, Valentina, Cecilia, Camilla, and Priscilla.

Lovato: variant of the name “Lobato” which was a nickname meaning “wolf cub”. . ÆOLUS : Latin form of Greek Aiolos , meaning "sparkling; quick-shifting; quick-moving.

Bennett – from the Latin name “Benedictus,” meaning “blessed.

Africa 2 f Irish (Rare) Anglicized form of Aifric. The nomen identified all free Roman citizens as members of individual gentes, originally families sharing a single nomen and claiming descent from a. .

Bravo (Spanish origin) meaning "rough, wild, and courageous". .

Latin was the language spoken in ancient Rome and many parts of the Roman Empire.

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List of the most common Surnames in Spain. “Richard Mersey” for a Richard who lives by the Mersey River (or whose parents or grandparents did), or “Joan Ludlow” for a Joan who lives in the town of the same name.

Ancient Roman family name, probably deriving from FLAVIUS. First, Cicero wasn't a last name, and Roman names did not follow the post.

Latinized form of the Greek name Ἀρχέλαος (Archelaos), which meant "master of the people" from ἀρχός ( archos) meaning "master" and λαός ( laos) meaning "people".
In many cases Latin families married into the families of leaders of barbarians and their name was lost as a surname.
“Richard Mersey” for a Richard who lives by the Mersey River (or whose parents or grandparents did), or “Joan Ludlow” for a Joan who lives in the town of the same name.

So, don’t dwell on the dull when you can try your luck with one of these awesome Latin last names!.

Means "soul, life" or by extension "darling, sweetheart" in Turkish, from Persian جان (jan).

ÆOLUS : Latin form of Greek Aiolos , meaning "sparkling; quick-shifting; quick-moving. The name itself is probably from the Nahuatl achio meaning. .

”. Saint Afra was a 2nd-century saint martyred during the. It derives from Latin, "ferrum", which means "iron". . Population Count (2000): 1,534,042.

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) For more information, see Appendix:English surnames from Old English.

Means "pear tree" in French, originally a nickname for someone who lived close to such a tree.

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100 Unique Roman Surnames.