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Surname Smythe

Family name Smythe (スミス Japan, Smythe United States United Kingdom Australia Canada South Africa, Смит Russia Azerbaijan Kazakhstan Armenia Belarus) , all over the world, is a common surname. The last name Smythe is habitual in Isle of Man, where it is quite a common surname, Jamaica, where it is quite a rare surname, and Australia. In absolute terms, it is the most numerous in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. Much less frequently, Smythe is the forename as well as the last name.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Smythe

Nomographic illustration
スミス Japan
Smythe United Kingdom, Canada, South Africa, United States, Australia
Смит Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russia, Belarus

Last names said to be same

Smith, Smithe, Smyth, Смытхе, Сміт, סמית', سميث, and 史密斯

Notable namesakes

elizabeth smythe (1492-1557) (b. 1492) link
picture of katherine smythe katherine smythe katherine smythe 1561- (b. 1561) link
john smythe Smythe [Smith], Sir John (1533/4–1607), soldier, diplomat, and writer (b. 1533) link
richard smythe (1563-1628) of Bromley, Kent and St. Stephen Coleman Street, London; later of Leeds Castle, Kent (b. 1563) link
thomas smythe, 1st viscount strangford Peerage person ID=129253 (b. 1599) link
laetitia smythe (1630-1714); second wife of John Robartes, 1st Earl of Radnor, GB (b. 1630) link
philip smythe Members of the Parliament of England (1634-1708) (b. 1634) link
mary smythe 1665 - 1719 (b. 1665) link
catherine smythe Peerage person ID=685909 (b. 1691) link
picture of david smythe, lord methven david smythe, lord methven david smythe, lord methven British judge (b. 1746) link
james moore smythe English writer (b. 1702) link
sidney smythe English judge and politician (b. 1705) link
david smythe, 9th of braco, 3rd of methven castle (born 1711) (b. 1711) link
philip smythe, 4th viscount strangford Irish peer and Anglican priest (b. 1715) link
picture of percy smythe, 6th viscount strangford percy smythe, 6th viscount strangford percy smythe, 6th viscount strangford Anglo-Irish diplomat (1780-1855), GB (b. 1780) link

Characteristic forenames

Mr, Ali, Sue, Sid, Sam, Mia, Mic, Meg, Mel, Max, Mae, Ana, Mal, Wm, Ed, Ty, Jo, Ge, Bo, Aj, Al, Sy, Ms, May, and Ann