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Mine means "wise one" or pretty close.
I'll let you be the judge.
Not feeling it, I'm neither damp, a source of life or have a rusty wooden bucket dipped in me several times a day.
Pretty much spot on.
but I think I know what your surname is... which is quite disturbing.
Better believe it
This name is both topographical and can be job descriptive. It means the dweller by and possibly the keeper of the north gate, and is a very early surname.
i'll take it
not very fitting
it clearly means "an estimate of income and expenditure for a set period of time."
used to hate my surname until I found out it meant that.
it would suit me if I were actually a man.
My dad's called Bob.
which basically means 'Penis Penis' in America.
My dad's not called Donald.
My dad's called Jim.
when translated my dad's entire name means like 'war god peaceful brave' how good is that
a place that can be used for shelter.
a wierd thing was when we found out my wife's last name meanbs something very similar in a different languge, which is it's root.
I'm not from Belgium. Obviously.
i have to deal with students, if that's similar enough? i also like buffalo wings
I like the question about evolution.
I'm an average sized human, so probably not fitting.
turncoat and female cow, about right
Don't think it's very fitting but I'll get back to you on whether or not I can control tides.
my first name means 'Dark warrior'
I kind of like my name.
only one letter of the surname right, and it;s not even in the right place.
or apparently also Irish person/general Celt.
Not accurate for me.
Made up name.
"A variant of Carew, a habitational name in Dyfed, Wales and cognate or similar local names in Cornwall ."
Or from dwelling in or near a meadow
One of my feet is half a size bigger than the other.
nah, my nose is fine
Apparently it's from the Norman conquest times - it means 'follower of William'. Presumably that conqueror bloke who kicked all that ass and was a great guy to follow.
Or bummer of billygoats
and apparently thats 'underwear makers'
Probably the latter but suppose the former fits.
Helps to have the big man on your side when you're a lawyer.
curly headed / intelligent
now - occupational, maker of arrows
I thought for a second you were saying that the meaning of your surname had evolved through the ages
not very fitting at all as I have very bright ginger/auburn hair and will never go grey. my granny still had hers when she died (~70).
Bearer of Christ, crown of the town of the marsh
And it is SO fitting
mine is translated from the nordic to somehting more easiily pronounced over here
kind of ironic as nobody pronounces it correctly
means viking though, which i rather like given the new order connection
but that doesn't make sense, the other is pure dunno.
it either means lumberjack or highwayman. cool.
My surname IS "Fitting".
According to this there's only 1-32 people in the entire North West with it so there's that
"reduced Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Grianáin 'descendant of Grianán', probably from a diminutive of grian 'sun', grianach 'sunny', 'cheerful'.Scottish: habitational name from either of two places so named in Strathclyde region, probably named with the same word."
I an not sunny or cheerful and I have never been to the Strathclyde region.
This famous surname, one of the most important in British history derives from the pre 7th century Olde English word "" meaning a hollow, and hence was given to a person who lived or worked by such a place.
i removed anything that would indicate my actual name (dont want webweirds knowing my name etc) but yeah its very important like me
Historical meanings: An officer responsible for the management of the household of a monarch or nobleman.
OR A male personal attendant of a king or nobleman, who waits on him in his bedchamber.
Only meaning in current use is "An officer who receives the rents and revenues of a corporation, city, public body etc.; a treasurer". Fits my dad pretty well as he was an accountant.
events often held within me.
Something else I need to learn I guess.