In French it means a rock or a boulder, or a steep rocky place. For example in the Principality of Monaco it is where the Palace and the Old Town are situated.
Your search for the meaning behind the distinguished French surname of Rocher must lead you to Limousin, where they held a family seat.
The surname Moran is Irish in origin.
The surname Larsen is Scandinavian in origin.
The surname Guillory is French in origin.
This surname Bombardier is of French and Italian origin, the surname is mostly found in Canada.
Navarro is a surname of Spanish or Basque origin.
The surname Salum is believed to be Arabic in origin.
This surname: Heath is of English origin.
This surname Olsen is of Danish and Norweagian origin.
This american surname Cutshaw is of German origin, a variant of German surname Gottschall.
The surname Menard is French in origin.It is a variant of the surname Maynard.
Deutsch is a surname of German origin. It means "German"
This rare surname Ambasana is an Indian surname, of unknown origin. Perhaps from a place name.
The surname Alvarez is Hispanic in origin. The Spanish surname Álvarez is from a patronymic form of the personal name Álvaro, which is of Germanic (Visigothic) origin.
This surname Lamb could be of English, Irish, or French origin.
The origin of the surname Emanuele is Italian; first found in Sicily.
The surname Whitley is of English origin and means from the 'white clearing.'
The surname Gerber is of German origin. It is an occupational name for a tanner.
This surname Beaumont is an English surname and French surname, but of French (Norman) origin. See related links below for more information about the Beaumont surname.
There are several websites available to search for the origin of a surname. One in particular is the Internet Surname Database. Once accessed you will be able to type in your surname and receive information on its 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.
Is jewish origin.
it is of German origin
This surname Allan is an English and Scottish surname, a variant of Allen, and of Celtic origin. Perhaps there is also of Indian/Arabic origin of the surname Allan.For more information about the Allan/Allensurname, see related links below.
From Aboutcom genealogy: The Ramos surname origin is Spanish and, it is originated from PORTUGUAL.