Etymology
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Weber 
surname attested from 1255; literally "weaver" (see web).
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Nevin 
surname and masc. proper name, from Irish/Gaelic Naomhin "little saint."
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Farquhar 
surname attested from late 12c., from Gaelic fearchar "very dear one."
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Perry 
surname attested from late 12c., literally "dweller by the pear tree."
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Calvin 
surname, especially in reference to John Calvin (1509-1564), French Protestant leader and theologian, born Jean Caulvin. The surname is related to French Chauvin (compare chauvinism), from Latin Calvinus, a Roman cognomen, literally "bald," from calvus "bald," from PIE *kle-wo- "bald."
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Kennedy 
Irish surname, said to be from Old Irish cinneide "ugly head."
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Dempsey 

surname, from Irish Ó Diomasaigh "descendant of Diomasach," which is literally "proud."

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Singh 
common surname and middle name in North India, later (1699) adopted by Sikhs as a title after their initiation ceremony, also a surname adopted by male Sikhs; 1620s in English, from Hindi Singh, from Sanskrit simhah "lion."
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McFarland 
Irish surname, from Gaelic Mac Pharlain "son of Parlan," from Old Irish Parthalon "Bartholomew."
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Earwicker 
English surname, pronounced "Erricker," from Old English eoforwacer "boar-watchman" (1061).
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