where did your last name originate from..?
don't state it. just say the country. france for me.
- Steven EwingLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
The Scottish Highlands, originally the MacEwens. Anyway, from my dad's great grandfather, who immigrated to New York from his family located in Dublin, Ireland, then settling in Indiana before 1842.
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- perfectlybakedLv 77 years ago
It's actually French and English... but I'm adopted.
I have a Greek first name, a Slavic middle name, and a French-English surname.
I don't mind it, but people look at me funny when I state my name.
I would rather find my biological father and cut out the confusion for all of us.
I mean I do have 2% Slavic ancestry being Asian, but that's really splitting hairs at that point.
- 7 years ago
Germany, just kidding it's from Spain.
- Sυммєя ЯαιηLv 77 years ago