What are the origins of the surname Zaks?
It is a Jewish-Ashkenazi (East European) surname. Its Jewish meaning is "Zerah Kedoshim" (translation: holy seed).
The Neeson surname has origins in Scotland, Holland, and Germany.
The surname Igoe has origins in Ireland and Spain.
Rodnay Zaks was born in 1946.
Shmuel Zaks was born in 1949.
The surname Quarles most likely has English origins.
from what i have been able to find is that it is either from the surname "Marsh" from england, and there are many origins from russia which is were my grandfather is from and we have the last name Maresh.
Artur Zaks was born on 1991-02-04.
Yoram Zaks was born in 1973, in Giv'ataim, Israel.
If it is the surname itself, its origins are in England.
It is believed that it origins from winemakers.
There are several possible origins for this name and variations of it. It could mean 'church sexton', 'furrier' or 'cherry picker'. It's a surname that has it's origins in a profession.
With Germanic origins, the surname carries the meaning of hardy, brave, or strong. Please access the related link below for more information:
The family surname Gregory has origins in England, Germany, AND Portugal.
In all likelihood it probably does.
The surname Webzell has its origins in England. The name has various spellings there. It originated in the county of Kent.
Early researchers say that the distinguished Spanish surname of Munoz has origins in Galicia and Castile.
Hodge is a surname of English origin coming form the diminutive or pet form of Roger.
Jerry Zaks was born on September 7, 1946, in Stuttgart, Baden-Wrttemberg, Germany.
The surname Tintinger is one of Luxembourgian origin, that is, it is a surname of people originating in Luxembourg. It would follow that it may have French origins, but that is not certain.
Osborn is a medieval English surname but one of truly ancient 'Viking' origins. To find out more about this surname, visit the website below.
Dookie is an English surname, probably having the same origins or being in reference to the title of Duke.
It is English, and derived from Anglo Norman origins.
Marsiglia originates from the word Marsielle in France.
The proud and noble German surname of Kimmell rises to distinction from it's very humble origins in Bohemia.
The surname originated in the country of England. The meaning behind this last name is not listed not is the date of its first appearance.
The origins of this English transcription of a Chinese surname have been obscured by time and legend.
Gupta is a Hindi surname widely used in India.
It's origins are both from Germany and Romania
Its a Spanish last name with Arab and Jewish origins.
Bruno means black one in German
The origins of the Surname Sarkisian is Western Armenian.
The Anglo-Norman French language origins of the Granger surname are first found in the ancient records of Norfolk, England.
Wiseman is a Yiddish or German surname, originally spelled Weisman. It is commonly used by Jews with origins in central or Eastern Europe.
The Byne surname is first referenced in the 13th Century in Surrey, England, where they held estates and a family seat as Lords of the Manor.
A Scottish surname (MacNèill in Gaelic) it means 'son of Niall'.
It is a name of Moroccan origins, coming from the arabic word sebag.
Nelson has many origins. One is an Irish patronymic surname meaning "son of Neal." It can also be a Scandinavian surname, usually an Anglicization of Scandinavian surnames such as Nilsen, Nielsen, and Nilsson.
Souza (Sousa) is is a common surname of Portuguese language origins. It is especially common in Portugal, Brazil, and India mainly in Bombay and Goa.
The ancient origins of the proud and noble English surname of Whitgrove are to be found at Staffordshire, where they had held a family seat as Lords of the Manor at Whitgreave.
Roots came from elsewhere
The English surname Roswell has ancient origins in Lincolnshire and Yorkshire counties.
Ingram is a true English surname with medieval origins. Translated from the old English version of The Angles, it means 'English raven'.
This surname Lindsay is of English, Scottish, and of Irish origin. See related links for more information about the meaning and origins of surname Lindsay.
The family surname Cox has its origins in England AND Ireland.
Guyano is not a Japanese family name. It is of perhaps Spanish origins.
This surname Canales is of Spanish origin, derived from several places in Spain and perhaps in other Spanish countries called Canales. More info about the origins and meaning of surname Canales are at the related links below.
NOTE spelling variation: The distinguished Aurelian family has it's origins in Venice, Italy.
Dillon is a surname with several origins. From the Welsh Dillyn, handsome, gallant, brave, fine.
The proud and noble German surname of Blocker is first found in the records of Mecklenburg.
Anglo Saxon Origins, from the South East of England most likely North Essex.