Lukehart is a name that may have originated from Germany with the original spelling being Luckhardt. The meaning of the name is unknown or not officially recorded.
Country of origin is Germany; meaning in English is "miller".
The surname Papo country of origin is not known. There isn't any information available such as origin and meaning about the Papo surname.
It is French in origin. Meaning "fair" or "beautiful".
Calton is an English name meaning calf farmstead.
The surname Plett is of a German origin. It's derived from a personal name (first name) containing the root "Blatt" meaning "leaf".
Villarreal is a Spanish surname, meaning "Royal City".
This surname: Heath is of English origin.
This surname Olsen is of Danish and Norweagian origin.
This surname Bombardier is of French and Italian origin, the surname is mostly found in Canada.
This surname Luksis is a Latvian surname and is also found in Lithuania as Luksas. This surname Luksis could be another form of Lucas, or it could be of another origin, probably a name for a luxurious person, from "Luksis" in Latvian meaning "luxury".
The surname Clements, also as Clementson, is found mostly in England, Scotland, Ireland, France, German etc, meaning "The son of Clement". The surname Clement is from a Latin personal name Clemens, meaning "merciful, gentle".
Watson is a Scottish and Northern English name meaning son of Wat.
It comes from the Dutch name meaning "tall thin or long legged man".
This surname Szopa is of Polish origin, also found in France. Perhaps Szopa is a place name in Poland, Szopa meaning "shed" or maybe "house".
This surname Lamb could be of English, Irish, or French origin.
The origin of the surname DuMez is not known but it is possibly of French origin. The meaning of the name DuMez is not known.
The surname Corpuz originated in the country of Philippines.
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The origin of the name Shai (First name) is in Hebrew - meaning a Gift or Present. The origin of the name Roitman (Surname) is in Yiidish / German - meaning a Red Man.
Stiles is an English surname. It's derived from the Old English 'stigel' or 'stigol' meaning 'steep uphill path'.