Timmer is a Dutch occupational surname, with the meaning of carpenter.
Maas is a Dutch and North German patronymic surname, from an archaic short form of Thomas. It could also be a toponymic surname derived from the river Maas. The surname is quite common in the Netherlands, ranking 43rd in 2007.
Leoni is an Italian surname, literally meaning "lions". Notable people with this surname include:
Mulder is a surname of two possible origins: Dutch and German.
Schmitt is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Enrique is the Spanish variant of Heinrich of Germanic origin. As a given name, it ranked 298 out of 1219 for males of all ages in the 1990 U.S. Census. Equivalents in other languages are Henry (English), Enrico (Italian), Henrik, Heinrich (German), Hendrik, Henk (Dutch) Henri (French), and Henrique (Portuguese). Common nicknames of Enrique are Kiki, Kiko, Kike, Rick, Ricky, Kikin, Quique, Enriqueto, and Enriquito.
Assmann, Aßmann or Assman is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Polak is the Polish noun for a Pole. It is also a surname. In 2020 there were over 21,500 persons with the surname in Poland.
De Boer is a Dutch occupational surname meaning "the farmer". Variant spellings include den Boer and DeBoer. Notable people with this surname include:
Van der Wal is a toponymic surname of Dutch origin. The original bearer of the name may have lived or worked at or near a "wal": a river embankment, quay, or rampart. In 2007, Van de(r) Wal was the 47th most common surname in the Netherlands. In Belgium, the form Van de Walle is more abundant.
Ekholm is a Swedish surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Timmerman is a Dutch occupational surname with the meaning "carpenter". It may refer to:
Heinen is a Dutch and Low German patronymic surname meaning "son of Hein". Notable people with the surname include:
Lonergan is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Manders is a Dutch surname. It is derived from Middle Dutch mandel It may refer to:
Fok is the surname of:
De Wilde or de Wilde is a Dutch surname, meaning "the wild one". Abroad the name can be agglutinated like DeWilde, Dewilde or deWilde. Some notable people who have this surname are:
Franken is a Dutch patronymic surname, meaning "son of Frank". Notable people with the surname include:
De Wolf is a Dutch surname meaning "the wolf". It may be descriptive or toponymic of origin. Variations include DeWolf, De Wolfe, De Wolff, De Wulf, Dewulf and van der Wolf. People with these surnames include:
Vonk is a Dutch metonymic occupational surname. Vonk means "spark" and refers to the work of a Smith. People with this surname include:
Swinkels is a Dutch toponymic surname. It is a contraction of des winkels, literally meaning "from the corner". Notable people with the surname include: