Ewing is Scottish for son or relative of Ewen formed with the English patronymic ending ing.
"Hovnanian", meaning "son of Hovnan," is an Armenian name. Many surnames ending in "ian" or "yan" are Armenian.
The Surname GOMEZ is a patronymic form of the given name, Gome or Gomo, meaning "man." Gomo is a pet form of Gomesano, composed of old Spanish elements meaning "man, path" plus the patronymic ending "-ez," signifying "son of." The English surname Gomme is similar, originating from the Old English guma, Middle English gome meaning "man."
AnswerSarantakosSarantis is a Greek name, and the -akos ending means the son of, and primarily derives from the Mani region in Laconia. -akos surname endings however can be found in Greek people originating from places other than Mani. Essentially the name means son of Sarantis.
Camara, hyppia, anelka, riera, arbeloa, Garcia, dossena, leiva
anelka ,riera dossena, hyppia,garcia ,levia,camara,arbeloa
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Demenskaja is a Slavic name, possibly Russian in origin. The ending "ja" is a feminine ending and would be the way a woman would write her surname. A man with the same surname would write it as Demenska.
The plural of Shastri would be Shastris
Manchester, Chester, Leominster, Westminster.
Probably Greek, seeing as THEUS is the ending.