May mga case kse na ngbabaliktad ung registration nung unang panahon. 10. The dropped the Spanish name “Corpuz” that was forced upon them when the Conquistador’s came to the Island’s. Bautista My father mentioned that his dad’s hometown is Bulacan sooo…maybe? from bulacan. Parentheses indicate number of individuals with the surname, and percentage of prevalence, based on population figures from the 2015 Philippine Census, which records 100,981,437). The name is the Spanish word for ‘saints.’ 2. Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. I think Uy is a Chinese Surname Correct me if im wrong. Lawa is native word, therefore, a native surname. Vanderbilt, Rockefeller, Ford, Cargill - McMillan, Mars, Walton (the most influential now. 9.BARBOSA Bautista is Spanish for ‘Baptist’ referring to San Juan Bautista (St. John the Baptist). This list is based on stats extrapolated from data of several common Filipino surnames as listed on the 2010 US Census. Yes it should be DE LOS REYES for sure Santos Where did it originate? It is derived from a city in the northeastern part of Italy called ( you guessed it) Tolentino. This page was last edited on 4 November 2020, at 10:28. What about Quijano Po and Griarte surnames d q Po mhanap sn Po Ang Roots nmin, Gomez is the 10th most popular surname in Spain. The word ‘cruz’ is Spanish for ‘cross’ and is spelled krus in Tagalog when referring to the cross, but not when written as a surname. Pangilinan, Cunanan, Umali), Cebuano (e.g. Chinese surnames are also common. I know only their first names, thought maybe you could help, theirs name are Loy, bobby, chato, Ana ,and Susan, Sorry, they live in quezon, Philippines, Providence seven holy cross Providence, I believe Rodriguez is among the top 20 surnames. CAGADAS Filipino The name Cagadas is most likely made or given to the Filipinos during the baptism of native Filipinos to Christianity in the 19th Century during the expedition of Ferdinand Magellan. Here are some familiar Surnames in Luzon Philippines Cruz Lawas is Visayan. Salazar, Legaspi, Vergara, Guevarra, Arellano), Kapampangan (Pangilinan, Canlas), and Catalan (Abella), following behind. My parents and ancestors are pure Gaddangs, one of the Indigeneous tribes in the Cagayan Valley of Northern Luzon, Philippines. Does anyone know their whereabouts? ISN’T IT SUPPOSED TO BE DE LOS REYES? The surnames I mention are just as Spanish as they are Portuguese, but the (es) ending denotes the Portuguese spelling convention, whereas in Spanish the surname usually ends in (ez) but not always. He went to Honolulu, Hawaii. So are a whole load of other Filipino last names. hello there is lot odero to phillipines what is origin of the surnames, IS Valencia from Philippines my dad is Filipino. A LOT of the older Filipinos closely resemble Spanish-blooded peoples. 4.ENRILE What if ‘ALVARAN’ or ‘GONZALES’ is that Spanish surnames? Filipino surnames are most commonly Spanish in origin due to the colonial history. Boths are Spanish, Sanchez being 7 most popular surname in Spain, it means son of Sancho. It means “body” in various Visayan languages, including Cebuano (Bisaya), Hiligaynon (Ilonggo), Waray. Hindi po ba mga Taruc yan from Nueva Ecija/Pampanga? Magbanua, Cabahug, Tupas), and Hiligaynon (e.g. One would be hard pressed to find another modern day language pair as close as Portuguese & Spanish. Required fields are marked *. ), Galician (e.g. My great grandfather was Chinese, he changed his name from Cua to Corrales to escape persecution. Valencia is a Spanish feminine word and surname, meaning “brave” or “strong” when naming a girl. A number of natives returned to their original family names after the wars, especially those south of Luzon. Among famous Filipinos bearing this surname is the actor/model John Lloyd Cruz. Looking for a Angel Mata, born 1906,8,26, somewhere in the Philippines. My dad told me Nonoy was a made up last name his grandfather made up to evade being taxed and also something to prevent from going to mandatory Sunday mass. Mendoza Saan po nagmula ang apelyidong, NOMINADOR? , WHAT ABOUT REPOLONA AND VELASCO PO? This is not correct. Avila is Spanish and we have a city and province call Avila, Santa Teresa de Avila came from there. , I’m looking for POSICO family in the Philippines what place they are living & ci, Your email address will not be published. Majority are of Chinese and native origins who took on last names to conform and avoid persecution. Apply this search to the main name collection, search for an exact phrase by surrounding it with double quotes, this field understands simple boolean logic, force a term to be included by preceding it with a, force a term to be excluded by preceding it with a, syllables can only be counted in names that have been assigned pronunciations, names without pronunciations are excluded from results, sounds can only be searched in names that have been assigned pronunciations, names missing pronunciations are excluded from results by default, enter a behindthename.com username to search that user's public personal name lists, to limit your search to a specific list, put the name of the list in brackets after the username. They said that there’s so many Ingente all over the Philippines. Pimentel) are also a source of many other Filipino surnames. I’m a Catiis too! In Spanish REYES is masculine there for can NOT be LA REYES. Corrales. Take a look! A widely recognized Philippine historian with this surname is Ambeth Ocampo. Or taken from the Spanish surname directory that the Claveria Act during the Spanish regime imposed on natives inhabiting the Philippine Islands. 10.VILLEGAS. The top 10 is usually cited to be the most prevalent. Ocampo, Cariño, Figueroa, Peredo), Basque (e.g. . Baluyot, Banaag), also provide several common surnames. Do you know anything if this name? He married a Mercedes Correa. The surnames will be grouped by ethnolinguistic origin. García That’s how my family got our last name. See also Spanish surnames, Basque surnames, Galician surnames. 3.RAMOS So where does my surname and lastname come from? However, native surnames from the various native languages are also common. 8. Asiong or maybe we should ask Lea or Gerard about it. Reyes Notify me of follow-up comments by email. How did Nonoy or Nonoi first come along and how do locals in the Philippines pronounce it? Lilianna Lawas-Wiles. Im looking for my friends, you can help. What about Rosero and Odiamar, my father is from Lagonoy Camarines Sur., Philippines. Santos * 2. This is the last name of Filipina actress Vilma Santos, Filipino-American writer Bienvenido Santos, the young superstar Judy Ann Santos, the WWII hero Alejo Santos, and singer Erik Santos. The following are commonly perceived as the most common Filipino surnames. Most surnames here are also prevalent among Spanish-speaking cultures. Santos This is the last name of Filipina actress Vilma Santos, Filipino-American writer Bienvenido Santos, the young superstar Judy Ann Santos, the WWII hero Alejo Santos, and singer Erik Santos. There is no sanchez and acorda at all? The following are commonly perceived as the most common Filipino surnames. But many of his crew were native Portuguese. On the 21st of November 1849, the Governor General of the Philippines, … I’d love any information you have on the family of Balassu – that’s my mum’s dad’s family!

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