"fisher with a hook and line," mid-15c. (c. 1300 as a surname); agent noun from angle (v.1).
"Jewish woman," late 14c. (late 13c. as a surname), from Old French juise, fem. of jüif (see Jew).
type of German automatic pistol, 1904, from the surname of Georg Luger (1849-1923), Austrian-born firearms expert.
proprietary name of a type of ball-point pen, 1947, from László Bíró, the Hungarian inventor. The surname means "judge."
1738, so called because discovered by English anatomist William Cowper (1666-1709); for the surname see Cooper.
personification of the perfect valet, 1930, from character in P.G. Wodehouse's novels. The surname is attested from 1120, perhaps from a pet form of Genevieve.
1904, in reference to the ideas or followers of German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900). The surname is probably a diminutive of Nikolaus.
surname of the Buddha, from Sanskrit Gotamah, properly a patronymic, literally "descendant of the greatest ox," from superlative of gauh "ox, bull, cow."