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mine means "the one who teaches" in syrian
In German my last name more or less means "grumpy". - Motzen
Son of Lars
On the quiz show Only Connect in the UK, one of the contestants this year was called Craig Element.
That's got a pretty cool superhero vibe to it.
I guess I come from a long line of dicks...
'Of The Angels' ... but in Spanish.
I have a client with the last name Thousand. I wish my last name was Thousand.
Anglo-Saxon origin, and derives from the habitual use of a nickname. The nickname derives from the Old English pre 7th Century term "gylden", golden-(haired).
Calles and myself are distant relatives, with heritage coming from Galicia, Spain. Most of the men in our family were bullfighters and the women were (some still are) flamenco dancers.
Our last name comes from an obscure fighting technique that revolves about having sharp claws attached to your hands, made popular in the 90s thanks to videogames