The funniest surnames and the world
• A beautiful and harmonious surname is a reason for pride. But not everyone is so lucky in life. Let's look at the funniest surnames and the world, and you yourself decide whether their owners are lucky or vice versa.
Or add to a particularly funny surname one of most unusual names. We are sure that the result will make you laugh.
The funniest female surnames
A very tasty name. By the way, the word "sausage" comes from the French saucisse ("sausage"). And it, in turn, is formed from the beautiful Latin word salsicia (“salinity”).
This surname was formed from the nickname "Drunk" with the addition of the suffix "-s". However, in the old days, such a nickname did not have a negative connotation. On the contrary, it was supposed to protect its owner from addiction.
In the heat of a domestic quarrel, a husband can call his wife by her last name, and, formally, he will be right.
An old surname formed from a personal nickname. According to Dahl's dictionary, the word "rukosuy" means "clumsy, rotosey." And among the people, beggars and vagabonds, who did not even have mittens, were called hand-wielders, and in cold weather they warmed their hands in a beggar's bag.
Is this a real name, or just an attempt to attract attention? Who knows, because access to VKontakte is still free, and not by passports.
A positive surname that immediately says, in front of you is a good woman!
Today, the word "freebie", with which this surname is consonant, is used as a synonym for "free, for nothing." There is an assumption that this word comes from the Polish word cholewa – boot top. There the poor gentry hid food, small items – something that can be "taken for nothing," for free.
The jargon "kid" means a boy or youth. Probably not easy for a girl to live with such a surname.
What can you say? The man is in the right place!
The funniest surnames are often associated with professional activities. We venture to suggest that among the ancestors of people with the surname "Kill the wolf" were good hunters.
It's good when the chief accountant is honest.
Quite a rare and unusual surname. And it's pronounced like a mini tongue twister.
Perhaps this surname has nothing to do with the biblical Hell. It may also be related to the Hebrew name Ada, which means "decoration."
The first carriers of this surname could live near the tributary of the Northern Dvina – the Vaga River. There is also a theory that Vaga is one of the variants of the name Evagrius, which in Greek means "happy on the hunt."
1. Don't drink beer
In the Poltava region in Ukraine, such a surname is very common. There is even a district called Nepyipy.
List of the funniest male surnames
The first bearer of such a harsh surname must have been a hunter. Wolfhounds are called large dogs, with which they hunt "gray predators, mothers and puppies."
Together with the initials, this surname, as it were, hints: it is better not to get on the carpet with such a lieutenant colonel.
Well, how can you not smile, imagining a possible mining process?
12. Good evening
If you watched the old Soviet film "The Queen of the Gas Station", then you probably remember that the main character, played by Nadezhda Rumyantseva, had the same surname. And this name was also worn by a famous Odessa boxer of the 20s. According to the memoirs of actor Boris Sichkin, when the name of the boxer was announced, the whole audience answered with laughter: “Hello!”.
11. Not pizdit
We do not know the origin of this surname. But one cannot help but notice its resemblance to a colloquial expression meaning "tells the truth" or "does not talk."
The word, which today has become one of the funny surnames, in Old Slavonic meant "foolish, holy fool." A freak is a person or animal with physical disabilities or unpleasant oddities in behavior.
Excuse me, can I have another doctor?
If you decided that this surname was formed from a known part of the human body, then you were mistaken. Its origin is associated with the Romanian word popă – that is, "priest, priest."
Who else to appoint responsible for such an important matter as fire safety?
This surname alludes to the height and weight of its original bearer. In this case, thin-warm means a slender, thin and (or) short person.
Such a funny surname, like many others, “leaked” into the Russian language from the Ukrainian language. It is there that compound surnames are used (Chelombitko, Prostibozhenko, Nebeybatko, etc.).
Another nickname that has become a surname. And not too pleasant for one of its owners. Judging by this photo, he changed it to a more euphonious one.
And the ultrasound is interesting, and the doctor is cheerful.
It is possible that initially this surname was read not Kakashkin, but Kokazhkin, after the name of the Albanian town of Kokaj. According to one of the bearers of the surname, in the 20s of the last century, many shoemakers from Kokay moved to Odessa. There they became first Kokazhkins, and then Kakaskins.
A solid, reliable, one might say, fundamental surname.
The funniest foreign surnames
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