Tillotson is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Bernhardt is both a given name and a surname, deriving from multiple languages, such as German. Notable people with the name include:
Bradley is an English surname derived from a place name meaning "broad wood" or "broad meadow" in Old English.
Prentice is both a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Goldy may refer to:
Colmán or Colman is both a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Fuqua is an American surname, possibly an Americanization of the French surname Fouquet.
Finlay is a masculine given name, and also a surname. The given name is represented in Scottish Gaelic as Fionnlagh.
Steadman is a surname of Germanic origin. It has also been used as a given name. People with the name include:
Kamel is a given name meaning perfect or the perfect one. It may refer to:
Smithson or Smythson is an English surname and a given name.
Conroy is an Irish surname.
Shepherd is a surname, cognate of the English word "Shepherd". Several common spelling variations exist, including Shepperd, Shephard, Shepard, and Sheppard.
Semple is both a surname of Scottish origin, and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Gibb is a surname of Scottish origin dating to the sixteenth century. It is a diminutive of "Gilbert".
Virginio is a given name, and may refer to:
Lynnette, also spelled Lynette, is a feminine given name.
Solomon is a common given name and surname derived from Aramaic ; Sol as a given name is usually a form of "Solomon". Its Aramaic form, Šlāmā is related to the Hebrew word shalom ("peace"); and is often chosen in part as a reference to King Solomon mentioned in the Hebrew Bible. The Arabic name سليمان, Sulaiman or Sulayman is regarded as equivalent to Solomon, and the Islamic prophet Suleiman and King Solomon are generally regarded as accounts of the same person.
Scot is a masculine given name. Notable people with the name include:
Colbert is an English and French surname and given name of uncertain etymology. It is possible that it appeared independently several times throughout history. The name is recorded in England in the 11th century Domesday Book in Devon, Cheshire, and Lincolnshire. This English surname was originally a given name that may have meant "cool" and "bright"; see also Bert.
Marcellus is a masculine given name and a surname, which comes from the Roman god of war Mars.