Timmermans is a Dutch occupational surname meaning "carpenter's".It is a common name with (in 2007) 11,658 and 6,663 carriers in the Netherlands and Belgium, respectively. People with this surname include:
Brouwer is a Dutch and Flemish surname. The word brouwer means 'beer brewer'.
Mulder is a surname of two possible origins: Dutch and German.
Bosman is a Dutch and Afrikaans toponymic surname, originally meaning "man who lives or works in the forest". People with this surname include:
Verhoeven is a noble toponymic surname of Dutch origin. The name is a contraction of van der Hoeven, meaning "from the homestead". In 2007, Verhoeven was the 44th most common name in the Netherlands. People with this surname include:
De Groot is a surname of Dutch origin.
Willems is a patronymic surname of Dutch origin, equivalent to Williams. In 2008, it was the 6th most common surname in Belgium and in 2007 it was the 39th most common surname in the Netherlands ..
Theo is a given name and a hypocorism.
Hofman is a Dutch toponymic or occupational surname. In the Netherlands, exactly 10,000 people carried the name in 2007, while in Belgium, 1707 people were named Hofman in 1998.
Bergsma is a toponymic surname of West Frisian origin. People with the name include:
De Bie is a surname of Dutch origin. "De bie" means "the bee", and the surname can be of metonymic occupational origin, e.g. a paternal ancestor may have been a bee-keeper. Other origins could be an address or be metaphorical. Variant spellings include De Bij, De Bije, De By, De Bye, DeBie, Debije and Debye.
Smeets is a Limburgian surname meaning smith. The surname hails specifically from the Limburg region spanning parts of the Southern Netherlands and Eastern Belgium.
Goossens is a Dutch-language patronymic surname meaning "son of Goos/Goossen" (Goswin). It is the 8th most common name in Belgium. Notable people with the surname include:
Timmerman is a Dutch occupational surname with the meaning "carpenter". It may refer to:
Bouwmeester is a Dutch occupational surname meaning "master builder". Variant forms are Boumeester, Bouwmeesters, and Bouwmeister. Notable people with the surname include:
Hermans is a Dutch patronymic surname, cognate with German Hermann and Hermanns and the Scandinavian Hermansen. It is the 14th most common name in Belgium, with 12,794 people named Hermans in 2008. In the Netherlands, 10,641 people carried the name in 2007.
Koning is the Dutch and Afrikaans word for "king" and thus may refer to the King of the Netherlands or the King of Belgium. Old spelling variations include Coning, Coninck, Köning, Koninck, Koningh, Konink, and Kooning.
Moonen is a Dutch patronymic surname, derived from Moon, a short form of Simon in Limburg. Among variant forms are Monen, Moons and Moens. Notable people with the surname include:
Vonk is a Dutch metonymic occupational surname. Vonk means "spark" and refers to the work of a Smith. People with this surname include:
Bruin, Bruijn, Bruyn and Bruins are Dutch surnames. They can be equivalent to the English surname Brown or, particularly for the form "Bruins", be patronymic as Bruin/Bruijn is a now rare Dutch form of Bruno. The form "the brown" is more common.
Verschueren is a Dutch-language toponymic surname common in Belgium. The name is a contraction of van der schueren, meaning "from the barn(s)". Forms more common in the Netherlands are Verschuren and Verschuur. Notable people with the surname include: