Last Names & Surnames

Rich Last Names – The Large Collection (2020)

A strong last name can help establish your child’s strengths and even promote future success. Surnames meaning wealth or rich, indicate not only money or material riches but a richness of spirit. So these rich last names don’t give you a guarantee that your baby will be a billionaire, but it doesn’t hurt to have a rich-sounding previous name to be the top of that resume. If you’re like most of the parents on their search for a perfect girl or boy last name, you may be hoping to incorporate special meaning, honor a family or culture, or find a surname that stands on its own.

A

Allen – Harmony

Anschutz – one who excelled in fighting with a bow

Avara – Youngest

Arison – Powerful

Actona – oak town

Arnold – eagle power

Arillaga – Lion of God and Goddess of wells and springs

Argyros – silver

Abraham – father of many

Ackman – a man of Acknowledge

Auerbach – meadow brook

B

Buffett – stronghold

Beal – bee in a hill

Bloomberg – Flower village

Brin – Hill

Bezos – Kiss

Ballmer – a seller of spices and perfumes

Bren – sword

Butt – target

Broad – broad

Black – a dark-haired man

Bluhm – flower

Burkle – dweller at the hill of birch trees

Bass – short

Blogs – who do blog

Blank – beautiful

Boyd – yellow

Baron – Warrior

Breyer – a person who made and sold ale or beer

Bass – of humble origin

Braman – servant of the bower

Brown – the color of the hair 

Burrell – reddish brown

Bacon – seller of cured pork

Benson – blessed

Bisciotti – lame

Bonderman – dwell man

Buck – male deer

Benioff – lucky person

C

Chambers – room

Cohen – priest

Cook – a seller of cooked meats

Chang – smooth

Cooperman – someone who worked as a merchant or trader

Cherng – Succeed

Conway – holy river

Cuban – relating to Cuba or its people

Coulter – back land

Cline – small

Coleman  – a burner of charcoal

Cook – a seller of cooked meats

D

Dell – a small valley

Dalio – Yahweh has drawn

Duffield – dove open country

Duncan – dark or dark-haired man

Devos – the fox

Dolan – black-haired

Dolby – the son of Dolbe

Drucken – printer

Daniello – God is my Judge

Dejoria – to be an irreplaceable jewel

Danger – Anger

Dorsey – dark

DeLuca – son of Luca

Desai – country master

Diller – To dill

Dinan – the daysman

Dorrance – Stranger

Dubin – Dweller near an oak tree

Duggan – grandson

Davis – beloved

E

Ellison – Son of Elias

Englander – land of the Angles

Einhorn – God horn is gracious

Erbey – heir

Emmerson – powerful

Ergen – Mountain dweller

F

Frost – someone with an icy

Filo – loving

Fisher – fisherman

Friedkin – child of peace

Fung – four-sided

Faulkner – the falconer

Farber – dyer

Feld – field

Frantz – a free man

G

Gates – road

Good – honor

Gnight – dark beauty

Geffen – vine

Green – green color

Griffin – strong lord

Gilbert – bright pledge

Gustavson – staff of the Geats 

Gores – Triangular-shaped Land

Greene – green

Grendys – battle ruler

Gross – great

Getty – pike

Golisano

Gottesman – the man of God

Gittinger – Silly One

Gray – welcome

H

Hildebrand – battle sword

Hunt – hunter

Halle – dweller at the hall meadow

Holmes – an individual who lived on an island

Hoffman – farmstead man

Hendricks – home ruler

Hazy – light brown color 

Huizenga – house in go

Hughes – son of fire

Hunt – one who worked as a hunter

Haslam – hazel tree

Hayne – Working outdoors

Hamm – water meadow in a river bend

Hope – aspirations

Hellin – torch

Heaven – Home Of The Gods

I

Ikhahan – the brotherhood of God is gracious

Ilitch – son of Strength Of God

Ingram – Dark haired Norse god of peace

Irsay – rainbow

J

Jobs – hated

Johnne – Jehovah has been gracious

Johnnie – the Lord is gracious

Johnny – Jehovah has given

Jonah – Dove

Johniah – Jehovah Moon has been gracious

Johnson – Yahweh has favored

John – God is gracious

Jones – Jehovah has favored.

Joseph – he will add

Jacobs – to be behind

Janard – God is gracious One that commands

Jaharis – One who has youth 

Johnstone – John’s town

Jacobs – holder of the heel

Jamail – Charming

James – supplanter

Justice – righteous

K

Khan – chief

Koch – art of cookery

Knight – common soldier

Kinder – Hans of the children

Kaiser – Emperor

Kennedy – helmeted chief 

Korenke – maiden of Arthur’s brother

Kohler  – charcoal burner

Kravis – contact combats

Kovner – gentile

Kerkorian – Church privileged birth

Kraft – courageous

Keinath – room with a fireplace

Kellogg – to kill

Kirk – Dwells at the church

Kalanick – most beautiful Lord

Kao  – A sign of something

Kapoor – camphor

Kelley – Warrior

Knaster – to protect

Karsh – Attraction

Rich Last Names start with L

Lauder – a trench

Lauren – sweet of honor

Lefrak – Joy of free one

Lerner – student

Lucas – light-giving

Laurie – a symbol of victory

Lauder – ditch

Lindemann – Dweller at, or near the linden tree

Love – Full Of Love

Lampert – bright

Leprino – Queen

Lewis – famous battle

Langone – long

Loeb – lion

Leipold – people-bold

Louis – Famous warrior  

Leone – lion

Lee – dweller by the wood or clearing

Lozy – gift

Lefkofsky – white sky

Liebmann – beloved man

M

Mars – God of war,

Moore – marsh

Marquart – a guardian of border area

Musk – man

Murdoch – sea battler

Moskovitz – son of an imperial beard

Meijer – who bailiff

Menard – brave

Malone – a servant

Morris – swarthy

MacMillan – son of the tonsure

Meyer – Mayor

Marcus – the God Mars

Murdock – sea warrior

Mathilde – Mighty in battle

Milken – a descendant of fair-skinned Handmaiden

Moritz – dark-skinned

Mandel – almond

Metropoulos – measure chick

Mansueto – quiet

Marks – God of war

Macombs – valley son

McLane – son in a lane

McCaw – son of a giant

Michelson – son of Who is like God

McNair – son of the heir

Moroun – a Maronite saint

N

Newhouse – new home

Nelson – son of neil

Nicholas  – victory of the people

Nordstrom – north river

O

Och – ox

Oleni – relic

Omidyar – fortunate

Okeden – oak and valley

P

Peterffy – The rock

Perenchio – rock Dew

Pritzker – bad-tempered

Peterson – son of Peter

Peter – stone

Page – young servant

Perelman – one who buys and sells pearls

Paulson – son of Paul

Pritz – irritable

Perot – little Peter

Perlmutter – someone who worked with pearls

Pritzkerl – bad-tempered lover

Pritzkern – bad-tempered seed

Pritzkor – irritable lookout

Perez – son of Pero 

Parker – park keeper

Plank – light

Pera – outcome

Peery – pear tree

Preston – the priest’s village

Parsons – the servant of a parish priest 

Peltz – fur

Petersonberg – fortified town rock

Patterson – son of a nobleman

R

Roberts – bright renown

Rizzuto – someone with curly hair

Robertson – son of bright

Redstone – the preponderance of red soil

Rennert – counsel

Ross – the horse

Rowling – the son of Ralph

Ralph – red wolf

Rales – groan

Resnick – ritual slaughterer

Reyah – strength

Reyes – king

Roski – swift one

Rich – wealthy

Rockefeller – open hill country 

Rubenstein – ruby stone

Row – redhead

Rollins – renowned land

Rubin – a son

Rowan – little red-haired one

Ruffin – Red-Haired

Ryan – illustrious

Rah – Sun

Robbins – a son of Robin

Robin – Famed one

Ragon – advice

Ricketts – brave and strong

S

Soros – a designated successor

Simons – protection through victory

Schwab – Swabian

Sun – offspring

Sombrato – to shadow

Stephens – garland

Sutton – southern settlement

Shoen – beautiful

Speyer – spear

Schusterman – a cobbler

Shaw – small wood

Schmieding – Slim smith

Smith – to smite

Skoll – good health

Saban – soap maker

Stryker – tester

Spielberg – lookout point of a mountain

Stern – star

Snyder – tailor

Stevens – wreath

Steyn – Stone

Shion – the sound of the tide

Schwarzman – black man

Schmidt – metalworker

Scott – Gaelic speaker

Sterling – pure

Shaul – The asked-for a child

Schulze – a town-mayor 

Stine – stone

Siebe – sieve maker

Simon – hearing

Spangler – a craftsman

Samueli – God has heard

Sarofim – first creative son

Schultz – due to command

Shriram – Lord Rama

Singer – who sing songs

Secunda – second

T

Tepper – wine or beer merchant

Tu – Bright

Trump – trumpet

Taubman – deaf man

Turner – who turens things

Taylor – one who alters garments

V

Viola – violet

W

Walton – a wood town

Williams – desire protection

Washington – From the intelligent one’s farm

Warren – dweller at or keeper of a game preserve

Woodman – forester

Wynn – Fair

Wrigley – wood

Wang – King

Williams – son of William

Winfrey – free, joyful stone

Warner – guard

Wadhwani – Melody

Weiner – wine

Wynn – Blessed

White – white color

Whitman – fair man

Wanek – greater glory

Walter – ruler of the army

Walen  – power

Y

Yarbrough – earthworks

Yang – ocean

Z

Zucker – sugar

Zuckerman – sugar man

Ziff – a beard

Ziffno – no beard

Zell – Wise and peaceful

Zuckerberg – sugar mountain

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