Last names for girls

100 Cool last names for girls (with meanings)

Are you searching for a beautiful last name for your baby girl? There are lots of them in this article. Congratulations on the birth of your baby girl. Before and after the birth of a baby comes the task of finding names for them. You want a beautiful last name that will be suitable for them throughout their lifetime. Below are some of the coolest surnames for baby girls.

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Last names starting with A

Adler

This German surname which means eagle comes from the German word adekir which is a compound of the word Adel which means noble and ar which means eagle. It was given to people who had an emblem of an eagle as a house sign. The German surname Adler has been topping the chart since the 19th century.

Aislinn

The Irish surname Aislinn which means vision or dream was derived from the Gaelic word aisling which means dream. The surname Aislinn has been popular since the 16th century and has different variations of spelling.

Alexander

The Greek surname Alexander which means defending men is derived from the Greek name Aléxandros. Aléxandros is composed of two Greek words, aléxein which means to defend and anger which means man. According to history, Alexander was first given to a shepherd who defended his flocks against robbers. The surname Alexander became popular in the 18th century.

Anderson

Anderson is an English and Scottish surname which means son of Anders or son of Andrews. The name was revered in the Middle ages since it was the name of some saints and due to its association with the church. The surname Anderson became popular in the 18th century.

Albert

Albert is a German surname which means noble bright. It is derived from the Saxon name Aethelberht which is composed of the German words adal meaning noble and berht meaning bright. The surname Albert got popular in the 18th century.

Ashley

This Anglo-Saxon surname Ashley meaning ash tree clearing comes from the combination of old English aesc and Leah. Ashley is a locational surname that indicates members of the family that once lived in a close proximity to an ash tree. The last name Ashley is a variant of the name Ash and got popular in the 19th century.

Avery

Avery is an English surname which means elf-ruler. The name is derived from the German name Alberici which is gotten from the words Alb, which means elf, and Ric which means elf and according to history, Elves were considered to be a magical creature. The name Avery gained popularity in the 18th century and has remained top on the chart since then.

Last names starting with B

Bailey

Bailey is an English surname which means a law enforcer or bailiff. It is an occupational name for a steward and is derived from the old French word bailiff or the middle English word bail(l) which is a name for an officer. The surname became popular in the 20th century.

Beckett

The last name Beckett is an Anglo-Saxon surname which means dweller near the brook or stream is derived from the Old English work bekke which means stream. Beckett is usually given to a person who has a prominent nose or someone who lives beside a stream and has gained popularity in the English speaking countries since the 19th century.

Beckham

Beckham is an English locational surname which means homestead by the stream. The surname was first used in the 14th century but is now popular in English-speaking countries.

Bellamy

Bellamy is an Irish and French surname that was derived from a nickname Bellosami which is composed of bellos which means friend and ami which means fine. The surname Bellamy means fine friend or handsome companion and is given to a person whose physical, mental, and moral attributes were appealing.

Benedict

Benedict is a Latin surname which means blessed. It is derived from the Latin name Benedictus which means blessed. The name became popular in the Middle Ages because of its association with St. Benedict. The surname Benedict became popular in the 18th century.

Bexley

The English surname Bexley is a locational surname which is derived from the name if places like- Bexley in Kent. According to history, the surname Bexley is also derived from the old English word Bexleah which means the place of the Boxtree. The surname Bexley became popular in the 20th century.

Bingham

The English surname Bingham is a habitational surname which means homestead and at a hollow. The surname is derived from the old English word Bingham which is composed of the words Bing meaning hollow and ham meaning homestead. The name got popularized in the 19th century.

Blaine

The surname Blaine is an Irish surname which means slender or angular. It was usually given to a person who had a slender figure. The surname got popular in the 18th century, although it was first used by a 17th century saint.

Bobby

The English and German surname, Bobby, which means bright or shining fame is diminutive from the name Robert. The surname became popular in the 19th century and has been topping the chart.

Brady

Brady is an Irish surname which means descendant of Bradach. The name was derived from the name O’bradigh. The surname Brady has different spelling variations and has been popular since the 19th century.

Brayn

The surname Brayn is an Irish and Britain surname which means strong and honorable. The name was introduced into England by the Normans from the old Norse name Brjan. The surname Bryan has variations of spellings and has been popular since the 18th century.

Last names starting with C

Carey

Carey is an Irish surname which means black or dark is derived from the name ciar which means dark. According to history, the surname Carey could also be a Welsh surname which means hill fort and is derived from the Welsh word rhiw. The surname Carey became popular in the 18th century.

Campbell

The Scottish surname Campbell which means crooked mouth or crooked smile is originated from the Gaelic nickname cambeul. This name was given to a person whose mouth was crooked to one side. Campbell became popular in the 19th century.

Carson

Carson is a Scottish and Irish name which means son of car. According to history, Carson could also mean a person who lives in the swamp. The surname Carson has many meanings based on its derivatives in different countries and has been topping the chart since the 19th century.

Carter

The English surname Carter which means cart driver or cart maker is an occupational surname which was given to a person that transports goods. The surname Carter originates from the French word Caret which means carrier. Carter is one of the most popular names in the United States and England and is currently topping the chart.

Cassidy

The Irish surname Cassidy is derived from the Gaelic name O’calside which is ultimately derived from the name calside. The name caiside which means curly hair is a nickname given to a person who has curly hair. Cassidy has been popular since the 18th century and has topped the chart several times.

Clark

Clark is an English surname which means clerk, cleric or scribe. It is an occupational surname for a cleric, clerk or scholar. The surname Clark is derived from the Old English word cler (e)c which means priest. The surname Clark became popular since the 18th century and has topped the chart several times.  

Cody

The English surname Cody is derived from the Irish surname O’cuidighthigh which is ultimately derived from the name cuidighthigh which means helpful. The surname Cody is a popular name in Ireland and has been popular since the 19th century

Cohen

The Hebrew surname Cohen which means the priest is derived from the Hebrew word Kohen which is the occupational surname for a priest. The surname Cohen is common among the Jewish and is being popularized on the English speaking countries.

Connelly

Connelly is an Irish surname which is derived from the old Gaelic name O’conghaile which means fierce as a hound. The surname is one of the most popular surnames in Ireland and has been topping the chart since the 19th century.

Croper

The old English name croper is derived from the old English word Cropp which means cut, the surname is an occupational surname and was given to a person who worked as a mower, a field labourer or a picker of fruits and vegetables. The surname Croper gained popularity in the 16th century and has been topping the charts in several English countries.

Channing

Channing is an English, Irish and French surname which means people of cana or wolf cub. It is a locational name that is used for families that lived in or near Cann: a parish in the country of Dorset. Although the surname channing is mostly used in the English-speaking countries, it is also used in other countries and has gained popularity since the 19th century.

Copeland

The English surname Copeland is a habitational surname. It is given to people who came form a place called Copeland. It means bought land which was gotten because lands were rarely sold, but held by a feudal tenure and passed from one generational to another. Although Copeland is not among the top popular names, it is loved by people for its modern appeal.

Crawford

The surname Crawford is an English surname which means ford, where crows gather, is a habitational surname derived from the Old English word crawaford. Crawaford is composed of crawa which means crow and ford which means a river crossing. The surname Crawford is usually given to a person who lived near a ford where crows nested and it became popular in the 18th century.

Cromuel

The old English surname Cromuel which means a bent spring or stream is derived from the old English word crumbwell which is composed of two words- crumb, which means bent or crooked and well, which means spring or stream. Cromuel has been associated with the nobles and has gained popularity since the 18th century.

Cullen

The surname Cullen is an Irish surname which means holly tree. The name was derived from the old Gaelic name O’cuilleannain which is from the word cuileann which means holy. Cullen is a popular surname in Ireland and has gained popularity since the 18th century.

Curtis

Curtis is a French surname which means courteous or polite. It is derived from the old French word corteis which means refined. Although it was first used in 1130, it became popular in the 18th century.

Last names starting with D

Davis

This Welsh surname means son of David. It is derived from the Hebrew name David which is the biblical name of one of the Kings of Israel and means beloved. The surname Davis is one of the popular names in the English-speaking countries and has topped the chart for several years.

Delaney

This Irish surname which means a dark challenger has been a popular Irish name for years. It was derived from the old Irish word dubhslan which means dark defiance. The name got popular in the 20th century and has topped the chart severally.

Duncan

The Scottish and Irish surname Duncan which means dark warrior is derived form the Gaelic name Donnchadh which is gotten from two Gaelic words-Donn, which means browns haired man and Cath, which means warrior. The surname Duncan has become a popular name and had different variants of spellings in different countries.

Last names starting with E

Easton

The Scottish and English surname is a locational name which means east town. The name was derived from places located in the east or it was given to a person who comes from the eastern town. The surname Easton became popular in the 19th century and has topped the chart several times.

Edward

Edward is an English surname which means wealthy guardian or prosperous guardian. It is derived from the old English Eadward which is composed of the words ead which means prosperity and w(e)ard which means guard. The name became popular in the 18th century and has been topping the chart. 

Ellis

This English or Welsh surname which means benevolent or kind originates form the Welsh name Elisedd which is a derivative of Elus. According to history, the surname Ellis could be a derivative of the Hebrew name Elijah which was often spelled as Elis. The surname Ellis is popular in some parts of the English countries and started topping the chart since the 18th century.

Emerson

Emerson is an English surname which is derived from the English name Amery which is ultimately derived from the Germanic name amalric, meaning brave or powerful. According to history the name Emerson also means son of Emery. Emerson got popularized in the 18th century and is topping the chart in England and the United States.

Eric

Eric is a Norse surname which means eternal ruler. It is derived from the old Norse name Eirikr which is composed of the words ei meaning ever or eternal and rikr meaning ruler. Although the name was first used in the 18th century, it became popular among the English-speaking countries in the 20th century.

Finely

Last names starting with F

Finely is a Scottish surname which means a fair warrior or hero. It is gotten form the Old Irish word Findlaech which is composed if “fionn” meaning white and “looch” meaning warrior. The surname finely is a Scottish royal name and has been climbing since the 19th century.

Frank

Frank is a German surname which means French man or a free man. It is derived from the old French word Franc which means to be free. The surname Frank has different spelling variation and has been popular since the 18th century.

Fred

Fred is an English surname which is derived from the Germanic name Fredric. It is composed of two words, Fred which mean peace and Ric which means power. This surname was introduced into England by the Normans and has been popular since the 19th century.

Last names starting with G

Gary

The English surname Gary which means spearman is derived from the Norman name Geri or gar which means spear. It was usually given to a person who was skilled with the spear. The surname Gary got popular and topped the chart in the 19th century.

Gibbs

The English surname Gibbs is a short form or pet name of the name Gilbert. The name is derived from the old English name Gislberht which means bright hostage. The name is composed of two words Gisil which means hostage and berht which means bright. The name was introduced to English by the Norman after the conquest of 1066 and it has topped the chart several times.

Graham

The Scottish and English surname Graham which means gravelly homestead is derived from the English place name Grantham which means gravelly homestead. The name was first used in the 12th century but became popular in the 18th century and is one of the top names in England and Scotland.

Gregory

Gregory is a Greek surname which means vigilant. It is derived from gregorien which means to be awake or watchful. Although the name was first used before the Christian era and also by St Gregory, The Great, the first pope of all, it became popular in the 19th century

Griffin

Griffin is a Welsh surname which means strong lord. It was derived from the Welsh name Griffith which is a nickname given to a dangerous or fierce person. The surname Griffin is usually associated with royalties as it was borne by many Welsh princes. The surname Griffin became popular again in the 19th century after being absent for a long time.

Last names starting with H

Harvey

Harvey is a French and English surname which means battle-worthy. It is derived from the name Haerviu which is composed of haer meaning battle and viu meaning worthy. It is usually used for a soldier who is battle-ready. The surname Harvey became popular in the 18th century.

Hazel

The English surname Hazel is a topographic surname which means the hazelnut tree. The surname was given to a person who lived near a hazel nut tree. Hazel was derived from the old English word Haesel and has been topping the chart since the 18th century.

Hill

The surname Hill is an English and Scottish locational surname which was given to a person who lived near a hill or on the hill. According to history, the name hill is also a short form of the name Hillary or Hilliard. The name gained popularity in the 19th century and has also gained popularity in the United States.

Hilton

The surname Hilton is a habitational surname which is derived from the old English word hyllton which means an enclosure or a settlement. The name was usually given to a person who settled near the hill or lived in the Hill-town. The surname Hilton was popularized in the 17th century and is popular in some English speaking countries.

Holden

Holden is an English surname which means hollow valley. It is a locational surname from places in Lancashire and West Yorkshire. The surname Holden is derived from the Old English word holdenu which is composed of hol which means hollow and denu which means valley. The surname Holden became popular in the 19th century.

Holmes

The English surname Holmes which means from the island in the river is a locational surname which is derived from the Middle English word holm which means island. The surname Holmes is usually given to a person who lived near a land surrounded by water and it became popular in the 18th century.

Hutton

This Old English surname Hutton is a locational surname which means settlement on the bluff, ridge or spur. The surname Hutton is a locational surname for people who settled near the spur. It gained popularity in the 19th century and has been topping the chart in the English-speaking countries.

Last names starting with J

Jack

The Scottish surname Jack which means God is gracious is derived from being the nickname of the name John. The surname Jack became popular in the 19th century and has been one of the top names in England.

Jennings

Jennings is a Flemish surname which means little John. It was derived from the name Jenyn which is a diminutive of the name John. John itself was a biblical name and the name of saints in the Bible. Although the surname Jennings gained popularity in the 18th century, it is seldomly used presently in the world.

Jackson

The surname Jack is an English surname which means son of Jack. According to history, the surname Jack could have been derived from the name Jackin which is a diminutive of the name John. It could also have been derived from the old French name Jacque which is the French form of the England name Jacob. The surname Jackson got popular in the 18th century.

Jensen

The Danish surname Jensen which means son of Jens is derived from the name Jens which means Jehovah has favoured. The surname Jensen is one of the popular surnames in Denmark and has been popular since the 19th century.

Jones

Jones is an English and Welsh surname which means Jehovah has favoured. The surname Jones is a derivative of the name John. The name John is a Biblical name and also the name of some saints in the bible. The surname Jones is popular among the European Christian and is also the English derivative of the name John. Jones has gained popularity in the English speaking countries and has been topping the chart since the 19th century.

Juan

Juan is a Spanish surname which means the Lord is gracious. It is the Spanish form of the name John which means God is gracious. Juan has been popular surnames in Spain since the middle ages.

Last names starting with K

Kade

The surname Kade, which is a variant of Cade is an English surname and originates from a Germanic word which means round or circular. The surname Kade might have been given to a short person and is sometimes considered to be the short form of the name Caden. The name gained popularity in the 19th century and topped the charts in most English speaking countries.

Keller

The German surname Keller is derived from the German word Kellaere which means a cellarman or the keeper of the cellar. It is an occupational name that is given to the person who oversees the store or the household. The surname Keller is popular in the central European and gained popularity in the 18th century.

Kevin

Kevin is an Irish surname which means handsome. It was derived from the Irish name Caoimhin which means handsome birth. It was first popular around Ireland in the 6th century and later became popular in the English-speaking countries in the 20th century.

Kennedy

Kennedy is an Irish and Scottish surname which means ugly head. The name was derived from the Gaelic name ceanneidigh which is composed of two words, ceann which means head and eiidigh which means ugly. The name got popular in the 19th century.

Last names starting with L

Langford

Langford is an English surname which means narrow way or long ford. It is a locational surname which is derived from the Old English word langaford, meaning long ford. Although the name was first used around 1130, it became popular and started climbing the chart in the 19th century.

Langley

The English surname Langley is a habitational surname which means long meadow or long wood. It was derived from the old English word Lang which means long and Leah which means wood. The surname Langley got popular in the 20th century.

Lebron

Lebron is a French surname which means the brown-haired one. It is derived from the French word brun which means brown. It is usually given to a person who had brown hair or was always dressed in brown. The surname Lebron became popular in the 20th century.

Lee

The English surname Lee is a locational surname which is given to a person who lived near a meadow [which means meadow]. It is popular in the English-speaking countries and has been popular since the 18th century.

Lennon

The surname Lennon is an Irish surname which could be derived form the Irish surname O’Leannain which means lover or O’Lonain which means black-bird. The surname Lennon is now common in parts of the English countries and has been topping the chart since 20th century.

Lincoln

This old English surname Lincoln which means town by the pool, lake colony or a person who came from Lincoln, a city in England, is derived from a combination of the Welsh word Lynn, which means pool or lake and the Latin word Colonia which means colony. The surname Lincoln has been topping the chart since the 18th century.

Lucas

Lucas is a Latin and Greek surname which means man from Lucania. It is derived from the Latin name Loukas. The surname Lucas gives reference to an ancient territory in Sothern Italy. It was popular among the Christians and became popular in the 19th century.

Luna

The surname Luna is an Italian surname which was derived from the Latin word for moon. According to history, it is also derived from the word Lumina which means light. The surname Luna got popular in the 18th century and is a famous Italian surname

Lopez

The Spanish surname Lopez means son of Lope. Lope itself is a Spanish name which was derived from the Latin word Lupus which means wolf. The surname Lopez is one of the top Spanish surnames and is also gaining popularity in the English speaking countries.

Last names starting with M

Mackenzie

Mackenzie is a Scottish surname which means son of Kenneth. It is derived from the Scottish personal name Coinneach which ultimately means comely. Although the surname Mackenzie was first used in the 14th century, it did not become popular until the 19th century.

Marley

The English surname Marley which means from the boundary field or pleasant word is a locational surname. Marley was derived from the old English word martenleah. The name became popular in the 20th century and has been topping the chart.

Marshall

Marshall is an English and French surname which means Horse keeper. It is an occupational surname and was given to a person who looked after a horse. The surname Marshall is derived from the French word mareschal which means a horse servant. The name gained popularity in the 18th century.

Mason

The surname Mason is an English occupational surname which means a stoneworker. It is a name that was given to people who worked with stones or is skilled in cutting and shaping stones. Mason comes from the French word Masson which means stonemason. It gained popularity in the 18th century and has topped the chart a few times.

Mattson

The surname Mattson which means son of Matt is a variant of the name Matthew which is a Hebrew name. The name Matthew ultimately means gift of God and is a Biblical name. Although the surname Mattson is a patronymic name, it gained popularity in the 18th century and topped the chart in several countries.

Monroe

The surname Monroe is a Scottish surname which means mouth if the Roe river or from the mouth of the river. It is derived from the Scottish words’ bun, which means mouth of and roe, which means a river. According of history, the word ’b’ in Gaelic becomes ‘m’, which ultimately brought about the name Munroe. The surname Monroe has been topping the chart since the 18th century.

Morgan

The Welsh surname Morgan which means sea defender was originally spelt as Morcant and changed to Morgan during the medieval period. The name is usually given to a person who is a sea warrior. Although it was first used in the 17th century, it did not become popular until the 19th century.

Murphy

The Irish surname Murphy which means sea warrior is derived from the Gaelic name O’Murchadh which is ultimately derived from the word murchadh, meaning sea warrior. The surname Murphy has variations of spelling and is one of the most popular names in Ireland since the 18th century.

Last names starting with N

Nash

The English surname Nash, which means Dweller by the ash is a topographic name for a person who lived near an ash tree. The name is derived from the Middle English word atten ash which means at the ash. Nash got popular in the 19th century and has gradually become part of the top names in the English speaking country.

Nathan

The surname Nathan is a Jewish and English surname which means given by God. The surname Nathan can also be the short form of the Biblical name Jonathan and Nathanael. The surname Nathan is popular among the Jews and is being popularized in the English speaking countries.

Nicholas

The Greek surname Nicholas which means people of victory is derived from the Greek Nikolaos word which is composed of the words Nike meaning victory and Laos meaning people. The surname Nicholas got popular int the 19th century.

Noel

The English surname Noel originates from the French word for Christmas, Noel which was given to children who were born around the Christmas day. Noel was introduced in 1066 by the Normans after the invasion and didn’t get popular till the 18th century.

Last names starting with O

Oliver

Oliver is a Latin surname which means olive tree. It is derived from the Latin word olivarius which means olive tree planter. The name was introduced to England by the Normans and has variations of spelling. The surname Oliver became popular in the 19th century.

Last names starting with P

Parson

The surname Parson is an English surname which means clergyman is an occupational name for a person who works as a clergyman or a priest. It is derived from the Old French word person which means a priest and has been popular since the 19th century.

Penn

Penn is a Celtic surname which was gotten from the Old English words Penn, which means a place where stray animals stay or Penn which means a conical top. The last name Penn could either be an occupational name or a locational name and has topped the chart of the most popular last names since the 20th century.

Perry

The English surname Perry which means dweller near a pear tree is usually given to a person who lived near a pear orchard. It is derived from the Old English word pirge which means a pear tree. The surname perry has variations of spelling and has been popular since the 18th century.

Peterson

The English surname Peterson which means son of peter is derived from the Greek word Petros which means rock. The surname Peterson gained a lot of popularity in the middle ages and also a biblical name. The suffix “son” means son of, hence the meaning of the name. Peterson gained popularity in the 19th century and is currently topping the chart in the United States.

Peyton

Peyton is an English surname which means pacca’s town. The name was derived from the name of a place called Payton in Devon. The name got popular in the 18th century and is used in most English speaking countries.

Last names starting with Q

Quinn

The surname Quinn is an Irish surname which means descendent of conn. Quinn was derived from the Gaelic name O’coinn which was ultimately derived from the word conn, meaning wisdom and intelligence. The surname Quinn gained popularity in the 19th century.

Last names starting with R

Ralph

The English surname Ralph, which means wolf counsel is derived from the old Norse name Randolph which is ultimately derived from the old German words rad meaning counsel and olf meaning wolf. The surname Ralph became popular in the 18th century.

Raven

The English and Scottish surname Raven which was derived from the nickname given to a dark-haired person originates from the Old English name hraefn.  The surname Raven gained popularity in the 19th century and is loved in the English-speaking countries for its cool and unique appeal.

Reed

The English surname Reed which means red hair is derived from the old English word read which means red. The name Reed was usually given to a person who had red hair. The surname Reed became popular in the 18th century and has been topping the chart.

Last names starting with S

Sawyer

This English surname sawyer, is an occupational surname which means wood cutter. This name was given to people who earned money from sawing wood or someone who worked with a saw. The surname sawyer is part of the most popular surnames and has been popular since the 19th century.

Scott

The surname Scott is an English surname which means from Scotland. It is used as an ethnic name to signify a person from Scotland. The name is derived from the old English word Scotti and is one of the most popular names in Scotland, the United States and England.

Sharpe

The Anglo-Saxon surname Sharpe is one of the ancient surnames and was derived from a nickname. Sharpe is given to a person who is quick, sharp or has a fast intellect. The surname was derived from the Middle English word scharp which means quick or keen and is considered to be one of the top popular names since it has been topping the charts.

Shaw

Shaw is an English and Scottish surname which means small woods. It is a topographic name that was given to someone who lived near a thicket. The surname Shaw got popularized in the 17th century and has been topping the chart in the United States.

Sidney

Sidney is a French or English surname which is derived from a contraction of the French place Saint-Denis. The surname was often given to a person who dwelled near the wide island. The surname Sidney became popular in the 18th century.

Solace

Solace is an English surname which is derived from the French word Solas, meaning comfort, or consolation. The name was given to a person after the death of a person but the name became a source of delight to people around rather than a sorrowful name. The name got popularized in the 18th century.

Spencer

Spencer is an English surname which means dispenser of provision or house steward. It is derived from the Old French word despensier which means house steward. It is an occupational surname which is given to a person in charge of purchasing and distributing food within the royal household. The surname Spencer became popular in the 18th century.

Springer

The English surname Springer which means jumper is derived from the Old English word springan which means to jump or to leap. It is usually given to a person with the ability to jump. Although the surname Springer is rare, it became popular in the 20th century.

Stone

The English surname Stone which means dweller by the stone is a topographic surname given to a person who lived on stony ground or near a rock. According to history, the surname, Stone, was given to people who worked as a stone cutter. The surname Stone has been topping the chart since the 18th century.

Smith

The English surname Smith which means blacksmith is an occupational name for a man who works with metal. The name was derived from the Anglo-Saxon word smitan which means to smite or strike. The surname Smith is popular in English speaking countries, especially in England and America and has topped the chart since the 19th century.

Sullivan

Sullivan is an Irish surname that means Dark-eyed or little dark-eyed one. The name is derived from the Irish word Sulidhubhan which is composed of Suil, meaning eye and dubh, meaning black. Sullivan is of the popular names in the United States which started topping the chart in the 20th century.

Sutton

The English surname Sutton which means from the southern homestead or southern village is a locational surname. It is derived from the Old English word suth which means south and tun which means a village. The surname Sutton became popular in the 20th century.

Last names starting with T

Thompson

Thompson is a Scottish surname and a patronymic surname. The surname means son of Thom or Thomp. According to history, Thompson is another diminutive of the name Thomas which is an ancient Latin word. The surname Thompson is popular in Scotland and began to gain popularity among some English speaking countries in the 19th century.

Taylor

The English and Scottish surname, Taylor, is an occupational surname which means one who tailors clothes. The name was derived from the old French word tailleur which means to cut. The surname is popular in Britain and has topped the chart since the 19th century.

Tucker

Tucker is an occupational English surname which is given to a cloth softener. It is derived from the Old English word tucian which means to torment, referring to the softening of clothes by beating. The surname Tucker became popular in the 18th century

Turner

The English surname Turner which means works with a lathe is an occupational surname which is derived from the Old French word tornier which means lathe. The surname is usually given to a person who works with a lathe. The surname Turner has variations of spelling and became popular in the 19th century.

Tyson

Tyson is an English surname which was derived from the nickname given to a quarrelsome person. The name is derived from the old French word tison, which means firebrand. The name is popular in the English speaking countries and gained popularity since the 19th century.

Last names starting with W

Wade

The English surname Wade could have two possible derivations. According to history, it may have been derived from the old English word Wada which means to go, it could also be derived from the old English word (ge) waed which is a locational name for a person who lived by the ford. The surname Wade became popular in the 18th century.

Walsh

Walsh is a Scottish surname which means stranger or foreigner. It is a descriptive surname which is derived from the Old English word waelisc which means foreigner. The surname Walsh has variations of spelling and became popular in the 19th century.

Walker

Walker is an English surname that is derived from the Middle English word walkcere which means a fuller of cloth. History also says the surname Walker comes from the Old English word wealcan, which means to walk or tread. This occupational surname is a popular surname in the English-speaking countries and has been topping the chart of most popular surnames in the United States.

Webster

Webster is an English surname which means weaver. It is an occupational name which is derived from the trades of the medieval era. It is derived from the Old English word webbestre which means weaver. The surname Webster is usually given to a person skilled in weaving and it became popular in the 18th century.

Wood

Wood is an English and Scottish surname which means bright forest. The surname Woods is a locational and is derived from the word wudu which means forest or wood. It was usually given to a person who lived near the woods or earned money from the woods. The surname Woods became popular in the 19th century.

Wright

Wright is an English surname which means builder or craftsman. It is derived from the Old English word wryhta which means a worker or shaper of woods. The surname is usually given to a person who wrought or makes objects and it became popular in the 18th century  

Wesley

Wesley is an English surname which means western meadow. It is derived from the Old English word westleah which is composed of west which means settlement in the west and leah which is a parcel of land or a meadow. Although the surname Wesley was first used in the 13th century, it became popular in the18th century.

West

The English surname west is a locational surname and who was from the west of a town or village or who moved to the west. The surname west is universal and has different spelling variations. Although it was popular around the 18th to 19th century, it is gradually being popularized in the English-speaking countries.

Wilson

The English and Scottish surname Wilson which means son of will, which is ultimately derived from the Germanic word wil which means desire. The surname Wilson has variations of spellings and has been popular since the 20th century while topping the chart as a popular surname in most English-speaking countries.

Wyatt

Wyatt is an English surname that means brave in war. It was derived from the medieval name wyot which is ultimately derived from the old English name Wigheard. Wigheard is composed of the words wig, meaning war and heard meaning brave. The surname Wyatt became popular in the 18th century.

Conclusion

There you have it – 100 cool last names for girls. Go through the list and choose the best surname that has a good meaning for your baby girl.

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