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YOUR SURNAMES?
FalleN | 
Brazil Trotta_Cavalcanti 
Hi, I will say my surnames here, and say from where they are from, I would like to know yours too. Cavalcanti - Italy Pessoa - Portugal Igrejas (Iglesias) - Spain Lopes (Lopez) - Spain Biasotto - Italy (Veneto/Venezia) Trotta - Germany (Magdeburg and near region)
2020-04-08 19:06
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#1
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Germany Neckarstadion 
What kind of name is Trotta
2020-04-08 19:07
#3
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Czech Republic Patrikachu1337 
sounds more italian tbh
2020-04-08 19:18
Trotta is a variation of Trotha and the oldest form Trothe (Both more common in germany than the ''Trotta''). Margharethe von Trotta is a famous German writer with the name. But Trotta today is more common in Italy than in Germany where originated.
2020-04-08 19:27
#38
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Germany cya_in_10 
none of these are common in germany xD
2020-04-08 19:49
I know lmao It´s like the Brazilian tennis player (With German ascendancy) Gustavo Kuerten, today Kuerten is used more in Brazil today than in Germany, even being from there. (BRAZILIAN RABBITS)
2020-04-08 19:54
Jermany - Mohammed Sweden - Mohammed Finland - Mohammed France - Mohammed UK - Mohammed Norway - Abdul Italy - Abdul ez
2020-04-08 19:14
+1
2020-04-08 19:21
faroe abdul muhammed orospu cogucu
2020-04-08 19:22
#27
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Brunei Not_StriK 
Wtf men
2020-04-08 19:38
Germany is Kebab
2020-04-08 23:48
Trotta is not german wtf
2020-04-08 19:19
I answered up there. Trotta is a variation of Trotha, Trothe (the oldest form) ans some others. It originated a long time ago in Prussia (Today´s Germany). And in the Middle Age, a lot of people didn´t knew how to write, so was not uncommon to write things just by the sound... Margarethe von Trotta is a famous German writer and there is a man that made bad thing in Namibia too with the same name (I dont remember the full name). BUT today, Trotta (at least this version) is more common in Italy and Argentina.
2020-04-08 19:30
Hmm makes sense. Never heard the name before so you are right, its probably more common in SA
2020-04-08 19:32
#46
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Germany feierabend 
Wtf Trotha is a very old saxon noble house, so your german ancestors might be related to this house
2020-04-08 20:29
My surname is Apaydın
2020-04-08 19:20
how many surnames do u have i only got 1
2020-04-08 19:22
+1
2020-04-08 19:32
#23
frozen | 
Czech Republic Cuki_ 
+1 what the hell is that guy talking about
2020-04-08 19:36
LUL Maybe it's a Brazilian thing
2020-04-08 19:39
#68
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Brazil Iuryyh 
maybe, but i only have 2 surnames
2020-04-09 01:04
HASHAHAHAH it´s not that common here in Brazil to have this much of surnames, but here the surnames are a little bit longer that in most of the world.
2020-04-08 19:43
Expected from Gabriel Toledo de Alcântara Sguario
2020-04-09 01:09
Vračić
2020-04-08 19:22
#9
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Poland Blanc1337 
Mohammedski - Poland
2020-04-08 19:22
thank god Poland refused refugees
2020-04-08 19:25
Now they will have to pay Up - funny because all their Money came from the EU already anyway, better to just kick them
2020-04-09 01:07
Trotta sounds like it has Latin roots, so my guess is it's Italian!
2020-04-08 19:23
#17
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Indonesia Enigmares 
Gamer
2020-04-08 19:33
#18
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Serbia ;mytH 
Serbian surnames that end 97% on Ic or vic
2020-04-08 19:33
HAHAHA, I am a Flamengo Fan (Soccer Team) here in Brazil, and we have a Serbian player that is an idol (he even lives in Brazil now). His surname is Petković lul!
2020-04-08 19:36
#24
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Serbia ;mytH 
Yeah. Dejan Rambo Petković. I know that guy. He should have played in our national team but never got the invite. FeelsBadMan
2020-04-08 19:38
#19
Boombl4 | 
Brazil ricca 
montagnini
2020-04-08 19:35
Most of our surnames end with "-escu" Ceausescu Iliescu Constantinescu Popescu Ionescu
2020-04-08 19:35
Cool! Man I always love that Romania speaks a Latin derived language too! (wish I could understand a bit lmao, but it´s cool)
2020-04-08 19:39
it's not that difficult. most romanians learn spanish or italian in several months, so, in reverse, should be the same. don't really know about portuguese tho, it's a bit rougher
2020-04-08 22:22
I can speak spanish! I will give a try to learn Romanian, at least the basic.
2020-04-08 22:50
Rossenbaur - Jermany
2020-04-08 19:36
I already heard of the German influence in Colombia and even some German communities (Like the ones in Southern BR), do you know the name of any? Or a search that I could make?
2020-04-08 19:40
communities like celebrate oktoberfest no, but there were lots of germans that did settle in CO. my great great (idk how many tbh) grandparents on my dads side were actually german. our last name is vidal. hope this helps.
2020-04-08 20:18
Thx! I will search here!
2020-04-08 22:50
ok lmk if any questions
2020-04-08 23:34
#25
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United States girls 
trump - jerman
2020-04-08 19:38
#26
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Brazil Aloha420 
Name: Felipe Surnames: Schreiber - Germany Assalin - Italy
2020-04-08 19:38
Are you Gaúcho (Rio Grande do Sul State for the Gringos)? I´m asking Cuz the German/Itaian mix is a Gaúcho´s classic lul
2020-04-08 19:40
#32
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Brazil Aloha420 
Bro, I`m from Jaragua do Sul - SC :)
2020-04-08 19:41
Cool! I am from Rio, but I have family in Jaraguá! BTW I visited Blumenau and Balneário last year, what some awesome cities hahaha!
2020-04-08 19:45
Walters
2020-04-08 19:44
German name - meaning Schmidt - Smith Müller - Miller Weber - Weaver Wagner - Wagon maker Kaufmann - Merchant Koch - Cook Schneider - Tailor Fischer - Fisher Meier/Maier/Mayer/Meyer - Administrator Schulz/Schulze - Administrator Schäfer - Shepherd Zimmermann - Carpenter Schweinsteiger - Pig fucker
2020-04-08 19:47
#37
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Brazil serjolaum 
Fischer - germany Gerotto - italy
2020-04-08 19:47
Lenin
2020-04-08 20:19
Im carbalho
2020-04-08 20:20
#43
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Germany feierabend 
Wagner - German ofcourse it means "wagonmaker" or "wagon driver"
2020-04-08 20:22
#44
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Hungary IstvanHorvath 
Horváth, its hungarian name and means "Croat"
2020-04-08 20:24
Ström - It means electrical current/water flow, probably the latter. There are Danish and Norwegians variants of it, exchanging the ö for the danish ø.
2020-04-08 20:28
#61
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Finland HARD4ENCE 
Isn't Mohammedsson the most common surname in Sweden mens)))
2020-04-08 23:51
No, that would be Andersson probably but the post wasn't about the most common surnames anyways. Nt tho, Mongolian cuck.
2020-04-09 00:48
nt fbi
2020-04-08 20:30
Sorensen Son of Soren
2020-04-08 20:31
Whorensen Son of a whore :D
2020-04-08 23:45
Hahahah you funny
2020-04-09 00:01
#49
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Sweden GeT_CoRrEcT 
Carlsson - Carl's son (Sweden)
2020-04-08 20:32
Eblobanov - CIS Jablonowski/Appleseed - USA Jablonowski - Poland
2020-04-08 20:33
Jobanov
2020-04-09 00:59
#55
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Brazil syncme 
Father's family: Dal Farra (Italy) Beretta (Italy) Mom's family: De Luca (Italy) Piazza (Italy)
2020-04-08 23:36
Ayriyan (Aryan)
2020-04-08 23:39
Basically whatever + "ić" and u got Serbian lastname.
2020-04-08 23:47
Kurwowić Chujowić, i love ić at the end :D
2020-04-09 00:58
Kurwowski, Pierdolowski, Zagranicowski, Odkurzaczowksi I like the jewish owski at the endowski
2020-04-09 01:10
#FreePalestine
2020-04-09 01:10
tell that to amerikowski
2020-04-09 01:10
ok Lewandowski
2020-04-09 01:11
#59
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Brazil marcelin3d 
My surname is Alexandrino
2020-04-08 23:48
#64
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Netherlands meneert 
Vet - Brabant Very interesting
2020-04-09 00:57
Brzęczyszczykiewicz
2020-04-09 00:58
#74
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France daniel19 
bless you
2020-04-09 01:10
<3 men
2020-04-09 01:11
#78
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France daniel19 
<3
2020-04-09 01:13
nie znasz Grzegorza? o kurwa
2020-04-09 01:13
VASCONCELOS (Portugal)
2020-04-09 01:07
#80
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Europe LoookATme 
Krzysztof Jarzyna z Szczecina szef wszystkich szefów
2020-04-09 01:14
My nickname : Lucas "twoFaced" Rosenbauer
2020-04-09 01:16
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