Etymology
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Lanier 
surname, from Old French lainier "wool-monger," from Latin lana "wool" (see wool).
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Hennessey 
Irish surname, from O'(h)Aonghusa "descendant of Aonghus" ("one-choice").
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McQueen 
Irish surname, from Gaelic Mac Shuibhne "son of Suibhne," literally "pleasant."
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honer (n.)
1826, agent noun from hone (v.); early 13c. as a surname.
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Parker 

surname, literally "the keeper of a park," mid-12c.; see park (n.).  

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lambkin (n.)
1570s, "little lamb" (mid-13c. as a surname), from lamb + diminutive suffix -kin.
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quilter (n.)

"maker of quilts," late 13c. (late 12c. as a surname); agent noun from quilt (v.).

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McConnell 

Irish surname, from Irish mac "son of" + Conall, from Celtic kunovalos "high-powerful."

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watcher (n.)
late 14c. (early 13c. as a surname), agent noun from watch (v.).
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miller (n.)

"one who grinds grain in a mill," mid-14c. (as a surname by early 14c.), agent noun from mill (v.1). In Middle English both with and without the -n-. The Old English word was mylnweard, literally "mill-keeper" (preserved in surname Millward, which is attested from late 13c.).

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