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The distinguished Spanish surname Casarez is of toponymic and locative origin. It is of toponymic origin when it is derived from the name of the place of residence of the original bearer; it is of locative origin when it is derived from a natural or man-made feature of the dwelling place of the initial bearer. ( answer from google)
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Translates to Battle. Back in the day most soldiers would take on the last name of Battaglia. Hence the common Italian name.
It means Neil's son or son of Neil
This is Spanish for black mouth.
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it means when you go to church every day and believe in god Not sure this explains the meaning that you are looking for, but this explains the origin of the church surname … Locality. A house of Christian worship, derived from the old English chirch, and Scottish Kirk, Latin circus, and this from the Gaelic cearcal, a temple, a round building. The root of Church is from the Gaelic car, roundness, from which we have cirke or kirke.
Doyle is Gaelic Irish. It means dark and mysterious stranger. This name is used as a first and last name.
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It probably means that the family is Scottish, or it means nothing at all.
a derivative of snip
Pinson is french for finch. The suffix "eau", "au", "ault" or "eault" origin from Normandy. Examples: Carbonneau, Boissonneault, Trudeau, Nault, Arsenault, Thibodeau, Bibe…au, Parenteau, Dépelteau, Duranleau, Falardeau, Brault, Moreau, etc...
Jeter means, awesome, the boss captain
People of the oak covered hills
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Swedish: ornamental name possibly composed of the place name element ryd 'woodland clearing' + the suffix -ander, from Greek aner 'man', genitive andros.German: variant of Reu…land.