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RADCLIFF : From various place names in England which mean "red cliff" in Old English.

RADCLYFFE : Variant of RADCLIFF.

RADEMACHER : Variant of RADEMAKER.

RADEMAKER : From the old occupation of rademaker which referred to a person who made raden "wheels" (singular rad).

RADEMAKERS : Variant of RADEMAKER.

RADEV : Means "son of Rade", Rade being a diminutive of RADOSLAV, RADOMIR, or any other name beginning with rad.

RADIĆ : Patronymic derived from the given name Rade, a diminutive of RADOSLAV, RADOVAN or any other name beginning with rad.

RADKOV : Means "son of RADKO".

RAFFERTY : Anglicized form of Irish Ó Rabhartaigh meaning "descendant of Rabhartach". The given name Rabhartach means "flood tide".

RAGNO : From a nickname meaning "spider".

RAGNVALDSSON : Means "son of RAGNVALD".

RAIMONDI : Derived from the given name RAIMONDO.

RAINES : Originally denoted a person from Rayne (Essex), England or from Rennes, France.

RAINS : Variant of RAINES.

RAIS : Occupational name for a ràis, the fisherman who directed the fishing. It is typical of Sicily and Sardinia and probably has Arabic origins.

RAKE : Means "dweller on a narrow pass or hillside" from Old English hraca.

RAKES : Variant of RAKE.

RALSTON : Originally denoted a person from Ralston, Scotland.

RAMAAKER : Variant of RADEMAKERS.

RAMAKER : Variant of RADEMAKER.

RAMAKERS : Variant of RADEMAKER.

RAMECKER : Variant of RADEMAKER.

RAMECKERS : Variant of RADEMAKER.

RAMIRES : Means "son of RAMIRO" in Portuguese.

RAMOS : Means "dweller in a thickly wooded area" from Latin ramus. It could also refer to someone connected with Palm Sunday in some way (French dimanche des ...

RAMSAY : Variant of RAMSEY.

RAMSEY : Means "garlic island", derived from Old English hramsa "garlic" and eg "island". The surname was brought to Scotland by the Norman baron Simundus de R...

RAMÍREZ : Means "son of RAMIRO" in Spanish.

RANA : Means "frog" in Italian and Spanish.

RANDAL : Variant of RANDALL.



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