Royal Last Names (2020)

Royal Surnames are personal recognition and pride, and connect the individual to their royal family? So let’s see beautiful following Royal Last Names.

The Best Last Names

A

  • Abel – breath or vigour
  • Adams – Son of Adam
  • Alden – an old friend
  • Appleton – apple enclosure
  • Ayer – heir
  • Adrian – the man from Adria
  • Augustus – Venerable
  • Adela – noble
  • Adelaide – noble natured
  • Agatha – Virtuous
  • Alice – noble person
  • Amelia – work
  • Anne – grace
  • Augusta – favoured with good omens
  • Abadie – a person who worked as a person who was a lay-abbot of a monastery

B

  • Barber – who not only cut hair and gave shaves
  • Barclay – wood
  • Beverly – beaver stream
  • Binney – within the river
  • Brooke – at the brook
  • Brown – dark reddish complexion
  • Beatrice – she who brings happiness
  • Blanche – bright

C

  • Campbell – mouth
  • Carroll – valorous in battle
  • Chauncey – Fortune
  • Coleman – beautiful
  • Cooper -container
  • Charles – Strong
  • Cecily – blind
  • Charlotte – free man
  • Clementina – merciful

D

  • Davis – beloved
  • Dickinson – the son of Diccon
  • Darling – beloved one
  • Douglas – black stream
  • Dunbar – bright and breezy burg
  • Dorothea – gift of God

E

  • Edwards – son of prosperous guardian
  • Ellery – cheerful on
  • Ellis – Yahweh is God
  • Emmett – universal
  • Evans – Son of Evan
  • Edgar – prosperity, fortune
  • Edmund – prosperity
  • Edward – prosperous guardian
  • Ernest – fight
  • Emma – universal
  • Eugenie – nobility

Royal Last Names start with F

  • Farley – woodland clearing
  • Fleming – Flemish person
  • Forest – woodsman or woods
  • Frederick – power
  • Frances – a free man

G

  • Gardiner – Little clearing
  • George – farmer, earth-worker
  • Gerard – brave or strong
  • Gerry – spear
  • Gibson – noble youth
  • Graham – gravelly homestead
  • Geoffrey – peaceful pledge

H

  • Hamilton – From the Beautiful Mountain
  • Haynes – son of Haine
  • Herbert –  Illustrious warrior
  • Hill – a person who lived on a hill
  • Howard – heart
  • Hume – a small island or piece of flat land surrounded by streams
  • Harold – army power
  • Henry – Lord
  • Humphrey – peaceful warrior
  • Helen – Shining light

I

  • Irving – green
  • Isabella – pledged to God

J

  • Jackson – God is gracious
  • James – supplanter
  • Jenkins – little John
  • Johnson – son of John
  • Jasper – bringer of treasure
  • John – Graced by Yahweh
  • Joan – He who Jehovah has favoured
  • Judith – woman of Jewish woman

K

  • Kane – battle
  • Kennedy – misshapen head
  • Ker – brushwood
  • Key – the family lived near a dock
  • King – tribal leader

L

  • Louisa – Famous Warrior
  • Langdon – the long hill
  • Lawrence – a town in Italy named for its laurels or bay trees
  • Lee – clearing in the woods
  • Leonard – lion strength
  • Livingston – dear friend’s
  • Lioyd – grey
  • Leopold – brave people
  • Lionel – a lion

M

  • McCall – chief
  • McDonald – world ruler
  • Macalester – son of defender of men
  • Montgomery – man power
  • Morton – marsh, or moor
  • Margaret – pearl
  • Matilda – Mighty in battle
  • Maud – powerful battler

N

  • Nelson – champion
  • Nicholson – the son of the priest
  • Nixon – son of Nicholas
  • Norris – northerner
  • Nicholas – people of victory

O

  • Ocarroll – to hack
  • Ogle – hill
  • Opie – God

Royal Last Names start with P

  • Parsons – a priest
  • Patterson – Son of Pate
  • Peabody – peacock body
  • Pomeroy – apple orchard
  • Porter – gatekeeper
  • Pratt – cunning
  • Preston – village held by the Church
  • Philip – to love
  • Philippa – lover of horses

Q

  • Quay – fire

R

  • Randolph – shield wolf
  • Read – red
  • Reeve – a local official
  • Robinson – son of Robin
  • Rogers – son of Roger
  • Richard – strong or brave leader
  • Robert – bright fame
  • Rupert – fame bright

S

  • Sanford – sandy ford
  • Shaw – small wood
  • Smith – to smite or strike
  • Sowden – a ruler
  • Stanley – dweller near a stony clearing
  • Stephen – crown or wreath
  • Sarah – the Princess
  • Sophia – Wisdom; wise

T

  • Taylor – clothed with salvation
  • Townsend – town’s end
  • Turner – tower
  • Tyler – one who makes tiles
  • Thomas – twin

V

  • Valentine – strong and healthy
  • Varson – anyone
  • Victor – The Conqueror
  • Victoria – Conqueror

W

  • Walker – one who “walked” on raw
  • Watts – son of Walter
  • White – a person with very light hair
  • Whiting – fair one
  • Williams – desire protection
  • William – will protection

Y

  • Young – The young one

Popular French Royal last Names

A

  • Abadie – priest Ireland
  • About – Stern father
  • Abreo – wise counselor
  • Alarie – And all is good
  • Allard – noble hardy
  • Anouilh – peacefulness
  • Archambeau – precious
  • Arsenault – a gunmaker
  • Aubert – noble-bright
  • Auch – night pasture
  • Auclair – clear
  • Auger – noble spear
  • Auguste – favored with good omens
  • Aveline – the hazelnut tree

B

  • Badeaux – a small farm
  • Bain – fair
  • Barbeau – fisherman
  • Barbet – son of Barbara
  • Bardin – barley
  • Barreau – Little barrel
  • Barrere – height
  • Bastien – from Sebastia
  • Baudelaire – to live at a place in the Air 
  • Bazin – royal
  • Beauchamp – lovely field
  • Beauchene – Nice oak
  • Beaufort – beautiful and robust fort
  • Beaulieu – fair place
  • Beaumont – lovely hill
  • Beauregard – beautiful place
  • Beausoleil – fair sun
  • Bechard – butcher
  • Bedeau – sergeant of justice
  • Bellamy – handsome friend
  • Bellefeuille – lovely leaf
  • Bellegarde – beautiful watch-tower or look-out
  • Belshaw – lovely face
  • Benoit – blessed
  • Berengar – bear and spear
  • Berger – a person who tends sheep
  • Bernard – strong or brave as a bear
  • Bernier – bear army
  • Bethune – traveller
  • Bibeau – a person, resided near a physical feature like a hill, stream
  • Bissonnette – bush or scrub net
  • Blanc – White
  • Blanchard – bordering upon white
  • Blanchet – white
  • Bloyer – someone who separated the fibres
  • Boisseau – stocky man
  • Boivin – someone who drinks wine
  • Bonfils – the good son
  • Bonheur – a good time
  • Bonhomme – a kindly or friendly person
  • Bonnet – functional or attractive
  • Borde – a little house
  • Boucher – butcher
  • Boulanger – beautiful tall guy
  • Bourguignon – born in the beautiful region
  • Bruneau – the brown or dark-haired/skinned one
  • Bullion – foundation

C

  • Cadieux – little fighter
  • Camus – the snub-nosed one
  • Carbonneau – a nickname for someone with dark hair
  • Carpentier – worker or fixer of wood, builder of wood
  • Carre – low lying meadow
  • Carrel – maker of crossbow bolts or a nickname for a short
  • Cartier – someone who worked as a transporter of goods
  • Cellier – storeroom
  • Cerf – deer
  • Chapelle – chapel
  • Chappuis – a carpenter
  • Charbonnier – someone who sales or makes charcoal
  • Chastain – chestnut tree
  • Chatelain – a governor
  • Chevalier – knight
  • Chevrolet – a person who cultivated goats
  • Chopin – Composer
  • Clair – bright or clear
  • Cloutier – someone who made or sold nails
  • Collin – a young one
  • Comtois – free county
  • Corbin – a gift to or devoted to God
  • Courbet – painter
  • Courtemanche – a person near a hill, stream, church, or type of tree
  • Couture – seam
  • Crozier – a person who made such crosses

D

  • De la Cour – of the court
  • Deloney – from the descendant of a warrior
  • DeRose – a person with a rosy complexion
  • Descamps – of the fields
  • Desjardins – from the garden
  • Dupuis – from/of the well/spring/fountain
  • De la Croix – cross
  • Desmarais – from the marsh
  • De Villiers – from the villa
  • Droit – right
  • Dubois – wood
  • Dupont – dweller by the bridge
  • De la Rue – of the Street
  • Delisle – of the island
  • Durand – enduring

E

  • Edouard – prosperity-guard
  • Escoffier – to dress

F

  • Farrow – ironsmith
  • Faucher – a reaper or mower
  • Favre – a person who sold or grew beans
  • Fay – loyalty
  • Fontaine – water source
  • Forestier – forest
  • Fortier – someone employed at a fortress or castle
  • Fortin – a strong man
  • Fournier – oven
  • Fraise – strawberry
  • Frossard  – to break

G

  • Gagne – to cultivate or work in the land
  • Gagneux – to cultivate
  • Gagnon – cultivate
  • Garcon – boy
  • Garnier – designer
  • Gaudin – son of God
  • Gauthier – forest
  • Gay – full of joy
  • Geiger – a violin player or maker
  • Gerard – brave or strong
  • Gouin – white
  • Grange – someone who lived by a granary
  • Guillaume – resolute protector

H

  • Heroux – wolf army
  • Houde – wealth

J

  • Janvier – the month of January
  • Joubert – God’s Peace
  • Jourdain – the son of Jordan

K

  • Kaplan – chaplain

Royal Last Names start with L

  • La Cour – the court
  • Laferriere – iron
  • Lafitte – dweller at a boundary stone or marker
  • Laflamme – the flame
  • Laframboise – raspberry
  • Lagarde – of the gardens
  • Lagrange – a granary or barn
  • Lamar – The sea
  • Lambert – bright land
  • Landry – powerful land
  • Lane – spear
  • Langlois – the English
  • Laval – of the valley
  • Lavigne – vineyard
  • Lavoie – someone who lived by a road
  • Le Borgne – the one-eyed
  • Le Beau – the beautiful
  • Leclerc – the clerk
  • Lefebvre – craftsman
  • Leger – people spear
  • Lejeune – young
  • Lemaire – the mayor
  • Lemaitre – the master
  • Lenoir – black
  • Leroux – red-skinned
  • Leroy – The King
  • Le Sueur – one who sews
  • Levasseur – a shoemaker
  • Loup – Wolf

M

  • Marchal – horse
  • Marchand – a merchant or trader,
  • Martel – hammer
  • Matthieu – a gift of the Lord
  • Milhaud – grind in a mill house
  • Moreau – dark-skinned
  • Moulin – a dweller by or on a sand-dune or heathland

O

  • Ozanne – save pray

P

  • Page – child
  • Palmer – palm bearer
  • Paquet – a bundle of kindling
  • Pascal – relating to Easter
  • Pelissier – fur cloak
  • Picard – a person from Picardy
  • Plamondon – flat mountain
  • Plantier – someone who lived by a plantation of trees
  • Plessis – weave
  • Plourde – a harvester
  • Poirier – pear tree
  • Poirot – a grower or seller of pears
  • Pomeroy – apple orchard
  • Porcher – swineherd
  • Poulin – someone who owned chickens
  • Prevost – to place in charge
  • Proulx – worthy
  • Pueyrredon – rounded hill

R

  • Rayne – queen
  • Reason – the power of reason
  • Remy – oarsman
  • Renouard – rule
  • Ricard – brave
  • Richelieu – wealthy place
  • Riviere – river
  • Robida – bramble
  • Robillard – illustrious or brilliant
  • Roche – renown
  • Rodier – rose
  • Rossignol – nightingale
  • Rousseau – red
  • Rutter – footpad

S

  • Sale – a hall
  • Sartre – tailor
  • Sauveterre – safe land
  • Schaeffer – Steward of the household
  • Segal – assistant of the high priest
  • Sergeant – to serve
  • Serres – a chain of hills
  • Serrurier – locksmith
  • Simon – hearing
  • Soulier – shoemaker

T

  • Tardy – slow
  • Tasse – purse, bag
  • Tavernier – innkeeper
  • Thibaut – bold or brave
  • Toussaint – all saints
  • Travers – passage
  • Tremblay – a place planted with aspens
  • Trottier – to walk fast

Royal Last Names start with V

  • Vachon – cow
  • Vadeboncoeur – Go with a merry heart
  • Vaillancourt – low-lying farm
  • Vaillant – brave
  • Valade – dweller in a valley
  • Vannier – someone employed to blow the chaff from the wheat
  • Varon – man
  • Vautour – a nickname for a rapacious man
  • Vaux – valley
  • Veilleux – watch or guard
  • Vercher – one who owned and worked his land
  • Verne – Dweller Among The Ferns
  • Verville – towards
  • Vieux – old
  • Vigeant – village
  • Vigneau – someone who lived in Limousin
  • Villeneuve – a new settlement
  • Vinet – Decent, domesticated
  • Violette – purple
  • Visage – face
  • Voclain – the son of the wealthy one
  • Voland – the art of fighting territory

W

  • Wack – bad
  • Webster – weaver

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