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Tjader (also Tjäder) is a surname, originating from the Swedish term for the capercaillie. Notable people with the surname include:
Johnson is a surname of English, Scottish origin. The name itself is a patronym of the given name John, literally meaning "son of John". The name John derives from Latin Johannes, which is derived through Greek Ἰωάννης Iōannēs from Hebrew יוחנן Yohanan, meaning "Yahweh has favoured". The name has been extremely popular in Europe since the Christian era as a result of it being given to St John the Baptist, St John the Evangelist and nearly one thousand other Christian saints. Johnson is the second most common in the United States and 154th most common in the world. As a Scottish family name, Johnson is occasionally a variation of Johnston, a habitational name.
House of Bonde is an ancient Swedish noble family. Today, two branches of the family lives on; The Barons of House Bonde and the Counts of House Bonde af Björnö.
Thunberg is a Swedish surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Carlsson is a Swedish patronymic surname meaning "son of Carl" or "Carl’s son". Variants include Carlson and Karlsson.
Schartau is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
The surname Palin is a name of British origin, either English or Welsh. Possible derivations include an anglicization of the Welsh patronymic ap Heilyn or a reference to the English placenames Poling, West Sussex or Sea Palling, Norfolk. Independently of this, Palin also is a Swedish language surname that occurs in Sweden and Finland.
Carlsen is a Danish-Norwegian patronymic surname meaning "son of Carl". The form Karlsen is cognate. The parallel Swedish forms are Carlsson and Karlsson.
Karlsen is a Danish-Norwegian patronymic surname meaning "son of Karl", an Old German given name. The form Carlsen is cognate. The parallel Swedish forms are Karlsson and Carlsson. People with the surname include:
Antonsson is a surname of Swedish origin. Among Icelandic names, Antonsson is a patronymic name meaning son of Anton. It derived from the Antonius root name. The name may refer to:
Anttonen is a Finnish surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Petersson is a Swedish patronymic surname meaning "son of Peter". There are alternate Danish, Dutch, English, German, Latvian and Norwegian spellings. Notable people with the surname include:
Niklas is a male name, most common in Sweden and the Swedish-speaking population of Finland. It is also used as a surname. Notable people with that name include:
Vilks is a Latvian surname, derived from the Latvian word for "wolf". Individuals with the surname include:
Landberg is a Swedish surname that may refer to
Antona is Norwegian and Swedish feminine given name used as a short form of Antonia in Norway and Sweden. It is also a surname that traces back to Tuscany. Notable people with this name include the following:
Karre is a Dutch surname, derived from the Gaulish word carrum meaning 'cart' or 'wagon', most likely left over from Gallia Belgica. Found in France as Carron or Carrier, which both have the same meaning.
Kalla, Kállá or Källa is a given name and surname. It is a Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian and Swedish feminine given name that is a feminine form of Kalle, short form of Karolina and an alternate form of Karla. Kalla is also an English feminine given name, but its derived from the Greek root name Kalós. Kállá is a Sami masculine given name that is an alternate form of Kalle. Notable people who are known by this name include the following:
Calla is a Swedish feminine given name and surname given name that is a short form of Carolina and an alternate form of Kalla. Calla is also an English feminine given name, but its derived from the Greek root name Kalós. Calla is an Irish feminine given name that is a diminutive form of Caoileann. Notable people who are known by this name include the following:
Calle is a Danish, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish masculine given name, nickname and surname that is a diminutive form of Carl and Karl and an alternate form of Kalle. Calle is a surname with Spanish, English, Irish, Scottish, and German origins. Its Spanish origins are from the Spanish word calle, which means street and traces its origins back to Santander, Spain. a derive Notable people referred to by this name include the following:
Lotten is a Finnish, Norwegian, and Swedish feminine given name that is a short form of Charlotte or Lieselotte, an alternate form of Lotte, and that is also related to Lisa, Elisa and Elisabeth. Notable people with the name include the following: