Variant of OGTROP. Note the higher concentration in the Alsace area. This Dutch surname means ‘from the mill.’ 140. Dutch names given to individuals. In Belgium, as in English speaking countries, South Africa, Italy and (considering articles) France, indexing includes the tussenvoegsels, leading to large sections under "D" and "V". In the North and East of the Netherlands, between 1000 and 1800 A.D. many people were named after their ancestors, sometimes after the place where they lived, by the suffix -ma or -stra (of Frisian), or -ing or -ink (of Low Saxon origin). https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Category:Surnames_of_Dutch_origin&oldid=954684586, Template Category TOC via CatAutoTOC on category with 901–1200 pages, CatAutoTOC generates standard Category TOC, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 3 May 2020, at 19:12. French surnames of Dutch language origin. [6], The particle "de" is found as a prefix to many Dutch surnames, as in for instance "de Wit", "de Bruyn" and "de Kock"; this is generally understood to mean "the" as in "the White", "the Brown" and "the Cook" in the examples. There are several that come to mind: * Naaktgeboren (“born naked”) - Weren't we all? The list of authors can be seen in the page history. LUCAS English, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Dutch Derived from the given name LUCAS. The surname of younger siblings must be the same as the surname of the oldest child. This usage does exist in Flemish names, though its nobility usually obtained the French prefix 'de', specifically without capitalization. [7] The particle "van" may be a calque of the French "de", meaning "of"[citation needed] and was originally only taken by nobles; examples include "van Gent", "van Bern" and "van den Haag", referring to "of Ghent", "of Berne" and "of the Hague", respectively.[7]. Thus, when Anna Pietersen married Jan Jansen, she became Anna Jansen-Pietersen. In some cases these names are written more or less phonetically, for example Sjaak (French Jacques, English Jack) and Sjaan (French Jeanne). In Flanders, tussenvoegsels of personal names always keep their original orthography: "mevrouw van der Velde", "A. van der Velde", and "Jan Van den Broeke". There is a great variety of Dutch surnames (over 100,000), partly because of an influx due to a forced official registration of surnames in 1811, hence there have been few generations in which names could become extinct. Surnames. In these times typical Dutch names such as "Kees" (Cornelis), "Jan" (Johannes) and "Piet" (Petrus) emerged. After 1811, many patronymics became permanent surnames such that Peeters, Jansen, Willems are common surnames today. When the mother died at the birth of a daughter, the daughter was usually named after the mother. However these names are in fact far older;[5] Naaktgeboren for example is from the German Nachgeboren (born after the father was deceased, also one of the origins of the name Posthumus). Category:Dutch unisex given names: Dutch names given either to male or to female individuals. Category:Dutch female given names: Dutch names given to female individuals. It is not common to only take the partner's surname. If they changed their surname on marriage, then in municipal records the surname as it appears on their passport takes precedence. The Dutch often named their children after family members from both the father’s and mother’s families. Examples would be a boy born to Jan being named Pieter Janszoon while his daughter might be named Geertje Jansdochter. From various place names in the Netherlands, derived from Old Dutch loh meaning "meadow, clearing". 10, Private International Law, Title 2 - The Name, Article 24.[9]. It may contain inaccuracies. Patronymics were common until English rule began in 1687 and despite new guidelines on surnames being introduced, were largely retained until the Napoleonic period when … (previous page) () Through the course of the Middle Ages names derived from Christian Saints became more common than Germanic ones. As in the past there is a certain difference between working class names and middle class names. There is a great variety of Dutch surnames (over 100,000), partly because of an influx due to a forced official registration of surnames in 1811, hence there have been few generations in which names could become extinct. A famous bearer of this surname is George Lucas (1944-), the creator of the Star Wars movies. These forms were commonly shortened, to Janszn./Jansz and Jansdr., or to Jansse, and finally to Jans which could be used for both male or female children. The same goes, mutatis mutandis, for a daughter. This name means ‘from the farm’ in Dutch. There is a great variety of Dutch surnames (over 100,000), partly because of an influx due to a forced official registration of surnames in 1811,[3] hence there have been few generations in which names could become extinct. The most common Dutch names in the Netherlands are more diverse, with names ranging from "Visser" (fisherman) to "Van Dijk" ((living near) the dike) and "De Jong" (the young (one)). The most common Dutch surnames in the Netherlands (as of 1947) and Flanders in Belgium are listed to the right. Though many Dutch names have a significant origin, others translate to rather hilarious terms. This Database of Surnames in the Netherlands presents the 300,000 surnames of all persons with the Dutch nationality, who lived in the Netherlands in the year 2007. [11] A large number of prepositions and combinations are possible, but the vast majority of such names start with just a few: 99% of the people with tussenvoegsel-names (including foreign names with "von", "de la", "dos" etc.) Berens (surname) Bergkamp; Berkel (disambiguation) Berkhoff (surname) Berkhout (surname) Bettens (surname) Beukers; Beumer; Biemans; Biersteker; Bijl; Bijlsma; Bisschop; Blaauw; Blanke; Bleecker; Bleeker; Bloem (name) Bloemen; Blok (surname) Blokland (surname) Blom (surname) Boekbinder; Boeken; Boekhorst; Boer (surname) Bogaert; Bok (surname) Bol (surname) Bongers; Boogaard; Booij; … This page uses content from the English language Wikipedia. From about 1812 through 1826, the Dutch were first required to choose surnames. If a son had died before his next brother was born, this younger brother was usually given the same name. + De (Germanic surname particle)‎ (82 C) Although most people had family surnames before 1811, the use of patronymics was common, including for those with established last names. Surname Pronunciation Meaning Bakker bak-er baker Bos boss bush Brouwer brao-ver brewer Dekker dek-er thatcher Dijkstra deik-stra near the dyke Goossens goh-sens Goos's Hendriks hen-driks Hendrik's Jacobs ya-kobs Jacob's Jansen yan-sen John's son Peeters pei-ters Peter's Maas maas Thomas's Meijer mei-er steward Mertens mer-tens Martin's Mulder This category has the following 2 subcategories, out of 2 total. The following 200 pages are in this category, out of approximately 904 total. * Van Lul (“from the dick”) - yep, we’re all from there. ACHTHOVEN Dutch. The most common Dutch names in Belgium are nearly all patronymic "father-based" names in which they are composed with the following formula name of father + "-son", the only exceptions being "De Smet" (the Smith) and - to a certain extent, because it is also a patronymic ("Thomas") - "Maes" (Meuse). It should be remembered however that these figures are based on the data of an entire country, and on a smaller scale other names tend to dominate certain regions. Dutch (Netherlands) naming law (given names), List of most common surnames in Europe § Netherlands, De meest voorkomende achternamen in Nederland, Netwerk Naamkunde | De naammythe van Napoleon, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Dutch_name&oldid=998212233#Surnames, Articles with unsourced statements from March 2010, Articles with unsourced statements from August 2020, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, The high Middle Ages, when Germanic-based personal names were losing ground to non-native, A period of stability, when a very strong naming habit emerged. Over 20,000 surnames in the Netherlands start with tussenvoegsels, consisting of prepositions and/or articles. Many Dutch surnames originated from different personal qualities, geographical locations, and occupations. It was ordered by Napoleon who occupied the country at that time and was trying to take a census. Pages in category "Dutch surnames" The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 515 total. In the former Netherlands Antilles, such as Curaçao or Aruba, is predominant the use of female names as surnames (v.gr. The given name is usually gender-specific. Martina, Gustina, Bonevacia, Benita). Dutch names consist of one or more given names and a surname. Also, the urge to name children after their grandparents lessened dramatically. Surname Database. (previous page) (next page) This page was last edited on 4 January 2021, at 09:17. Meertens' Dutch surname database lists 94,143 different family names; the total Dutch speaking population in Europe is estimated to be about 23 million people. However, in practice, the standard procedure is that when a woman marries, she either keeps her maiden name or has a double surname, for example, Miss Jansen marries Mr Smit she either chooses to become Mrs Jansen or Mrs Smit-Jansen. Traditionally, Catholics often chose Latinized names for their children, such as Catharina and Wilhelmus, while Protestants more commonly chose simple Dutch forms such as Trijntje and Willem. Search for a Surname These conditions are that the marriage must be registered abroad, the application for a name change abroad must be requested on the same date as the marriage date, the changed name must be recorded abroad on a certificate in accordance with the local rules of the foreign country and the marriage and name change, as well as proof of application as of the date of the marriage, must be legalized or apostilled and provided to the Dutch consulate or Dutch municipality upon return to the Netherlands. The Dutch family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between 1840 and 1920. The original content was at Category:Surnames of Dutch origin. The oldest form used the possessive of the father's name along with the word for son or daughter. In practice, the great majority of Dutch people had had family surnames for centuries, and the adoption of new names was limited to some Jewish citizens and some people in rural communities in the north east of the country. 1 Male. It is not uncommon to give a child several given names. This same pattern would be followed for the daughte… Any suggestions how to handle the name or surname. (See also Sjors & Sjimmie.) Nowadays, traditional official names are found, but often only as an addition to the modern name. This superstition disappeared after some time, even though a certain Le Francq van Berkeij writes the following in 1776: "bij veelen, een oud, overgeloovig denkbeeld, dat iemand weldra sterft, wanneer hij, gelijk men zegt, vernoemd is" ("many have a superstitious belief that a person will soon die when someone, as they say, has been named after him"). Traditionally there was little difference between the Christian name ("doopnaam") and the name used in domestic spheres ("roepnaam"). Denoted a person from various towns in the Netherlands called Achthoven, which is derived from Dutch acht "eight" and hoven "gardens". Unlike families in Pennsylvania or Virginia, most of the mixed-race "Black Dutch" families of the Deep South have English or Scots-Irish surnames, and have no German ancestry in their families. After the war, the Dutch became less religious. Subcategories. Please help improve this article by … The current law in the Netherlands gives people more freedom: upon marriage within the Netherlands, both partners default to keeping their own surnames, but both are given the choice of using their partner's surname, or a combination of the two. ACHTERKAMP Dutch. Vermeulen. There is a persistent myth that some Dutch citizens, as a way of protest, chose humorous names during the forced registration. For example: Jan van den Berg, J. van den Berg, but Mijn naam is Van den Berg ("my name is Van den Berg") and de heer Van den Berg ("Mr. Van den Berg"). However, this did not become her legal name. This could have many origins, as the freed slaves without a known father adopted their mother's or grandmother's name as surname, or the father's name with the -a suffix like some Dutch last names (with -tsma or -inga suffixes).[10]. Dutch name. VAN DEN BERG (van de Berg, van der Berg) 58,562 people in 2007; 37,727 in 1947. Dutch family names were not required until 1811 when emperor Napoleon annexed the Netherlands; [1] prior to 1811, the use of patronymics was much more common.. As the centuries passed, this practice became so standard that the names of the children were practically known at the marriage of the future parents. Include name variant matches? Pages in category "Dutch Surnames" The following 41 pages are in this category, out of 138 total. Besides religious influence it is believed that fashion was the main reason to give children a Christian name. While in German surnames the addition of von to a name often indicates that a person belongs to the nobility or royalty, van is too common in the Netherlands to make such a connection. The rules for naming were the following: The infant mortality rate was high. This was about 44% of all the recorded Dutch's in Canada. In the Netherlands, as for example in Germany, Spain, Portugal and (considering prepositions) France, the tussenvoegsels are not a part of the indexing process, and in encyclopedias, telephone books, etc. This article needs additional citations for verification. A name like Adelbert or Albert is composed of "adel" (meaning "noble") and "bert" which is derived from "beracht" (meaning "bright" or "shining") hence the name means something in the order of "Bright/Shining through noble behaviour"; the English name "Albright", now only seen as a surname, is a cognate with the same origin. Dutch surnames (and surnames of Dutch origin) are generally easily recognizable. If someone's Christian name was Johannes, domestically he was referred to as Johan, Jan or Hans. In 2014 39% of Dutch children received one name, another 38% were given two names, 20% had three names, 2% got four names and only a few hundred children had five or more given names.[1]. With larger cities starting to flourish all across the Low Countries, wealthy citizens in particular became trend-setters in this regard. 1.1 A. Working-class names Jan, Piet and Klaas (the Dutch proverbial equivalent to "Tom, Dick and Harry") were often replaced by middle-class Hans, Peter and Nico. The preferred option will be registered with the municipal registration, without giving up the right to use one's original name, which remains the legal name. In Dutch genealogical databases and official records, these prefixes are ignored, as they are not considered a true part of the surname, just incidental to it. The change in naming also led to a new law on naming in 1970, replacing the old one, which had been in force since 1803.[2]. Dutch Last Names. For a good explanation of Dutch names and naming patterns, see the Wikipedia article, Dutch Name. [citation needed]. The Dutch habit of naming newborns after another family member originates with a then-widespread superstition that the name in some way contributed to some form of reincarnation of the person the child was named after, who was usually much older. … (Early Modern era–1960s), First-born son is named after paternal grandfather, First-born daughter is named after maternal grandmother, Second son is named after maternal grandfather, Second daughter is named after paternal grandmother. When the conversion was made from Germanic to Christian names, most parents just picked a name they liked best or would be most helpful in their child's later life, for example if the child would come from a butcher's family and he himself would one day become a butcher, the child would probably be called after "Sint Joris" (the Dutch name for "Saint George"), the patron saint of the butchers. There are several main types of surnames in Dutch: Patronymic surnames; the name is based on the personal name of the father of the bearer. From the 12th century onwards it became custom for the child to receive a Christian name, although some names of Germanic origin like Gertrude and Hubertus remained prevalent as these too became names of Christian saints. Herman Overmars - I know surnames weren't common in the distant past and people were sometimes identified by place names, occupations or simply designations for son of or daughter of. yes, include both first & last name variants include first name variants, only exact last name matches include last name variants, only exact first name matches no, only exact name matches. surnames are sorted starting with the first capitalized letter. Dutch male given names from West Frisian‎ (0 c, 3 e) Pages in category "Dutch male given names" The following 200 pages are in this category, out of 249 total. When the father died before the birth of a son, the son was usually named after him. Boys are more often given a traditional Dutch name than girls. Parents can choose to give their children either their father's or mother's family name, as long as the parents are married or are living together and the father has acknowledged the child. Dutch surnames of English language origin. The most Dutch families were found in the USA in 1880. 139. As working class tend to adopt more modern names and names of celebrities as middle class names are more traditional. Combining these parts was used when the child was named after family or other relatives. Subsequent children were often named after uncles and aunts – there was some liberty of choice here. As with this Familypedia wiki, the content of Wikipedia is available under the Creative Commons License. The direct influence of the church on the transition from Germanic to Christian names must not be overestimated. 05. [4] In practice, the great majority of Dutch people had had family surnames for centuries, and the adoption of new names was limited to some Jewish citizens and some people in rural communities in the north east of the country.[5]. Her legal name did not change at all. The Dutch naming legislation allows nearly all given names unless they are too similar to an existing surname, or if the name is inappropriate. (This … This event is called the \"naamsaanneming\". Before the council of Trent (1545–1563), the Roman Catholic church did not have any regulation of the practice of naming children. However, Dutch names in English directories (e.g., reference lists of scientific papers) may be ordered on the full name including all prefixes (Van Rijn would be ordered under 'V'), partly because many Dutch emigrant families to English-speaking countries have had their prefixes capitalized for them, whether they liked it or not, like Martin Van Buren or Steve Van Dyck, and normal practise in English is to order on the first capitalized element. Contents. Generally the first born son was named after the father’s father, the second son after the mother’s father, and the third son would be named after the father. My Dutch ancestors have not been traced to a specific place named Nieuwkirk in the Netherlands. Thus the Christian name and given name started to diverge, as personal names of foreign origin were adopted. Wikipedia . Passports, and other official documents, continued to name her Anna Pietersen, even though there might have been "spouse of Jan Jansen" added.[8]. These type of names fluctuated in form as the surname was not constant. (This includes names derived at … While name changes due to marriages performed in the Netherlands cannot be processed, it is certainly possible in the Netherlands to process name changes due to marriages performed outside the Netherlands, provided certain conditions are met. Usually the first one is for daily use, often in a diminutive form. Examples often given are Naaktgeboren ("born naked") or Zondervan ("without surname"). Van Buren (surname) Van Burkleo; Van Buskirk; Van Buuren; Van Buuren (surname) Van Buyten; Van Bynen; Van Caeckenbergh; Van Caenegem; Van Calster; Van Camp; Van Campen; Van Cauter; Van Cauwelaert; Van Cauwenberge; Van Cauwenberghe; Van Ceulen; Van Citters; Van Cleave (surname) Van Cleef; Van Cleemput; Van Clief; Van Coller; Van Commenee; Van Cook; Van Cortlandt; Van Dahl The Germanic names were characterised by a rich diversity, as there were many possible combinations. For a Jewish population density map of Europe in 1900, click here. Van (Dutch pronunciation: ()) is a very common prefix in Dutch language surnames, where it is known as a tussenvoegsel.In those cases it nearly always refers to a certain, often quite distant, ancestor's place of origin or residence; for example, Ludwig van Beethoven "from Bettenhoven" and Rembrandt van Rijn "from the Rhine". There is no legal limit on the number of given names for one child. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more). ‘Hoeve’ means ‘farm’ and thus the name was given to a person who lived on a farm. When Dutch surnames are transcribed to English, these prefixes are usually attached to them without a space, so a name like De Groot becomes Degroot, and Van der Bilt becomes Vanderbilt. Fundamental » All languages » English » Terms by semantic function » Names » Surnames » From Dutch. English surnames of Dutch language origin. Boys are also more commonly named after a family member while girls are simply named for the sound of the name. Many people born in the 20th century have claimed Black Dutch heritage, sometimes in addition to Native heritage, without having any idea who their "Black Dutch" ancestors were supposed to be. ACHTEROP Dutch. Surnames from the Netherlands. These patronymic names were official and even used on legal documents where inheritances can be seen to pass from father to son with different "last names". This is a collection of Dutch given names from books, television, Internet, name lists, etc. Historically this has been by far the most dominant form. This category has the following 161 subcategories, out of 161 total. In the Netherlands the tussenvoegsels are rarely capitalized, while, since the 19th century, in Belgium they usually are. 1.1.1 Aaa-Aaz; 1.1.2 Aba-Abz; 1.1.3 Aca-Acz; yes only last names at birth only married/current last names. In 1911 there were 22 Dutch families living in Ontario. Category:Dutch male given names: Dutch names given to male individuals. In the Netherlands, the first tussenvoegsel is capitalized if no name or initial precedes it. Verhoeven. (This … Examples: Dijkstra (after a dyke near the place they came from); Halbertsma (after an ancestor called Halbert); Wiebing (after an ancestor called Wiebe); Hesselink (after an ancestor called Hessel). There are thought to have been a number of reasons the Christian names gained the upper hand, such as the crusades, the larger ecclesiastical influence and the appearance of mendicant orders (such as the Franciscans and Dominicans) and most importantly, the veneration of saints and the appearance of patron saints. This Dutch surname means ‘from the tree.’ 138. When Napoleon and the French occupied the Netherlands, they required the Dutch to create surnames for taxation and census purposes. In line with Dutch tradition, marriage used to require a woman to precede her maiden name with her husband's name and add a hyphen between the two. have names starting with van ("from / of"; 45%), de / den ("the", 21.5% & 1.6%), van der / van den / van de / van 't ("from the" with different inflections; 16.6%, 7.2%, 4.3%, 0.5%), ten / ter ("at the"; 1.1%, 0.8%) and te ("at"; 0.4%).[11]. In both cases, names were often shortened for everyday use (Wilhelmus and Willem became Wim). This random sampling of Dutch surnames is sorted by surname, with the tussenvoegsel following the name after a comma. For example, the child would receive two parts from different family members, in this way a father named "Hildebrant" and a mother called "Gertrud" would call their son "Gerbrant" and their daughter "Hiltrud". In Belgium, primarily in West Flanders, prepositions and articles can be merged with the surname (such as Vandecasteele) and a few combinations occur (Vande Casteele). For example, if a person called Jansen marries someone called Smit, each partner has the choice to call himself or herself Jansen, Smit, Jansen-Smit or Smit-Jansen. From the name of various places in the Netherlands, derived from Low German achter "behind" and kamp "field". Meanings are provided where known. A Germanic name is composed of two parts, the latter of which also indicates the gender of the person. See Category:Dutch-language surnames and Category:Surnames of Frisian origin for surnames with their own pages. This can cause problems for foreign national females living in the country, as they may be required to present their passport as proof of identification. Prior to the introduction of surnames, the Dutch used a system of patronymics - the surname of the child reflected the first name of the father - similar to the system used in the Scandinavian countri… Van den Berg is the most commonly used spelling of this Dutch surname, a toponymic surname meaning "from the mountain." These surnames would later come in handy for legal purposes such as inheritance. The history of Dutch given names can roughly be divided in four main periods: The Germanic names are the names with the longest history in the Dutch-speaking area; they form the oldest layer of the given names known in Dutch. Ontario had the highest population of Dutch … VISIT OUR HOME PAGE - Family-crests.com. This stems from the fact that international marriages are not necessarily governed by Dutch law but by private international law which is codified in the Netherlands in the Commoner's Lawbook (Burgerlijk Wetboek), Book No. A Dutch child's birth and given name(s) must be officially registered by the parents within 3 days after birth. Fundamental » All languages » French » Terms by semantic function » Names » Surnames » From Dutch. For more information, see Appendix:Dutch given names. For example when searching for a record the surname might come up as Meyer or Lykelema (2 examples), but as I have been going into the actual records more I am seeing that the names are Meijer and Lijkelema, or for a … Fundamental » All languages » Dutch » Terms by semantic function » Names » Surnames » From English. Dutch Surnames . 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