Poirier French.

Ashton English.

. Even in late Roman times such names were not common.

Over centuries, a gens could expand from a single family to a large clan, potentially including hundreds or even thousands of members.

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This list may not reflect recent changes. . " In mythology, this is the name of a god of winds.

Poggio Italian.

Ancient Greek name derived from (bios) meaning "life". Can m Turkish. Jul 17, 2002 Identifying the Y-DNA haplogroups of ancient Roman families through their descendants.

This rare name is used most often by African-American parents. .

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Richard Mersey for a Richard who lives by the Mersey River (or whose parents or grandparents did), or Joan Ludlow for a Joan who lives in the town of the same name.

. Population Count (2010) 1,625,252.

This is a list of Roman nomina. Jul 17, 2002 Identifying the Y-DNA haplogroups of ancient Roman families through their descendants.

Latinized form of the Greek name (Archelaos), which meant "master of the people" from (archos) meaning "master" and (laos) meaning "people".
Family names in Ancient Rome were in disuse after the fall of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century.
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Rank in 2000 3.

Over the centuries the original Latin gens were diluted.

The following 63 pages are in this category, out of 63 total. Over centuries, a gens could expand from a single family to a large clan, potentially including hundreds or even thousands of members. The middle name.

Latin was the language spoken in ancient Rome and many parts of the Roman Empire. Flavinius Ancient Roman. Pacieco Ancient Roman (Archaic) A Roman surname meaning "little one. . . First to go was the praenomen or first name.

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. Ancus name of one of the seven ancient Kings of Rome, Anco Marco.

Over the centuries the original Latin gens were diluted.

Beathan m Scottish Gaelic.

It is an ancient Roman name for girls, and the name originates from a Greek word helios that means Sun.

Rank in 2000 3.

It also means whitish red in Arabic, where its most popular today.