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Surname Ernest

Cognomen Ernest (Ernest Germany United States Ghana Nigeria Tanzania, Ernst Germany United States Ghana Nigeria South Africa, Эрнест Russia Ukraine Kazakhstan Belarus Kyrgyzstan, among others...) , throughout the world, is a widespread family name. The surname Ernest is characteristic of Tanzania, where it is quite a common surname, Liechtenstein, and Ghana (explore the name in all countries). Measured by absolute frequency, it is the most numerous in Nigeria, Germany, and Tanzania. More prevalently, Ernest is the forename as well as the last name.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Ernest

Nomographic illustration
Ernest Germany, Tanzania, United States, Ghana, Nigeria
Ernst Germany, South Africa, United States, Ghana, Nigeria
Эрнест, Эрнст Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Belarus, Russia, Kyrgyzstan
Ернест Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan
ارنست Iraq, Egypt, Iran
ארנסט Israel
إرنست Algeria
Эрнэст Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus, Kyrgyzstan
歐內斯特 China

Notable namesakes

picture of ernest, margrave of austria ernest, margrave of austria ernest, margrave of austria Austrian noble (b. 1027) link
george ernest, count of erbach-wildenstein DE (b. 1629) link
johann viktor von ernest (1741-1817), CH (b. 1741) link
charles ernest, baron von alzdorf (1815–1855) German-born Wellington hotelier (The Commercial in Lambton Quay) and landowner in the Hutt Valley in the 1840s. Arrived in Wellington on the ship 'Adelaide' in 1840. Killed in the Wellington earthquake of 1855. According to the newspape, DE (b. 1815) link
rosa von ernest (1834-1871) (b. 1834) link
ludwig von ernest RO (b. 1826) link
rosalia von ernest HU (b. 1833) link
hans ernest Austrian poet (1862-1928), AT (b. 1862) link
gustav ernest (b. 1858) link
marie von ernest PL (b. 1858) link
victor ernest Belgian politician (1875-1940), BE (b. 1875) link
rené ernest Belgian painter (1875-1912), BE (b. 1875) link
paul ernest-picard FR (b. 1868) link
rudolf ernest Austrian architect, AT (b. 1881) link
maurice ernest (b. 1872) link