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Ton is a Dutch masculine given name, short for Anton or Antonius. People with the name include:
Hilversum is a city and municipality in the province of North Holland, Netherlands. Located in the heart of the Gooi, it is the largest urban centre in that area. It is surrounded by heathland, woods, meadows, lakes, and smaller towns. Hilversum is part of the Randstad, one of the largest conurbations in Europe, and the Amsterdam metropolitan area.
Velsen is a municipality in the Netherlands, in the province of North Holland. It is located on both sides of the North Sea Canal.
Antonius or Antoníus is a masculine given name of Etruscan origin from the root name Antōnius as well as a surname. Antonius is a Danish, Dutch, Finnish, Latin, Norwegian, and Swedish name used in Greenland, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland, part of the Republic of Karelia, Estonia, Belgium, Netherlands, Suriname, South Africa, Namibia, and Indonesia, while Antoníus is an Icelandic name used in Iceland.
De Grootste Nederlander was a public poll held in 2004 by the broadcasting company KRO of the Publieke Omroep. The series has the BBC's 100 Greatest Britons TV format. During the series, it included individual programmes on the top ten, with viewers having further opportunities to vote after each programme.
Lutz is a surname and given name, occasionally a short form of Ludwig. People with the name include:
De Vries is one of the most common Dutch surnames. It indicates a geographical origin: "Vriesland" is an old spelling of the Dutch province of Friesland (Frisia). Hence, "de Vries" means "the Frisian". The name has been modified to "DeVries", "deVries", or "Devries" in other countries.
Joop is a Dutch masculine given name, often a short form (hypocorism) of Johannes, Joseph, Jacobus, or other names. It may refer to:
Leeuw is Dutch for lion. It occurs as a surname, most commonly in the form of De Leeuw. "De Leeuw", “Leeuw” and Van der Leeuw are thought to mostly be toponymic surnames, with the first bearers named "(from) the Lion" after a house, windmill or farm with that name. The more common surname Van Leeuwen has a distinct origin in the small town of Leeuwen and perhaps in the city of Leuven.
Van der Meer is a Dutch toponymic surname meaning "from the lake". A common contracted form is Vermeer. Abroad the name has often been concatenated to Vander Meer or Vandermeer, and VanderMeer. It may refer to:
Tõnu is an Estonian masculine given name, a version of Anthony.
Meijer is a Dutch surname. It refers to a profession similar to a bailiff or steward. It originates from the Latin word maior and is often rendered Meyer abroad.
Henk is a Dutch male given name, originally a short form of Hendrik. It influenced "Hank" which is used in English-speaking countries as a form of "Henry". People named "Henk" include:
Van de Ven, Van der Ven and Vandeven are toponymic surnames of Dutch origin. The original bearer may have lived or worked near a ven, a Dutch term for a small lake, like fen derived from the Proto-Germanic fanją. Van der Plas and Van der Poel are equivalent Dutch surnames. The name can be found as early as the first part of the 14th century in Oirschot. The name is quite common in the Netherlands, ranking 41st in 2007. People with this surname include:
Arno is both a surname and a Germanic given name. Notable people with the name 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:
Koos is a Dutch and Afrikaans short form (hypocorism) of the given name Jacobus and a surname. People with this name include:
Hendrikus or Hendricus is a Latinized form of the Dutch masculine given name Hendrik ("Henry"). Most people with this name us a short form in daily life, like Han, Hein, Hendrik, Henk, Hennie, Henny, Henri, Henry, Rijk, and Rik. People with the name include:
Rik is a masculine given name and nickname. Most common in Belgium, it is a short form of the Dutch language given name Hendrik or sometimes Frederik, Erik or Rikkert. As an English-language name it usually is a variant of Rick, a short form of Richard.