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Iroquois Surnames
Posted by: Rahsakaiontha (ID *****9291) Date: January 29, 2006 at 15:02:32
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IROQUOIS SURNAMES

The following page contains a list of 624 Iroquois or Haudenosaunee surnames collected from the 1901 Canadian census for six reserves located in Canada. Although five of these reserves (Ahkwesahsne, Kahnawake, Kanehsatake, Tyendinaga, and Wahta) are inhabited primarily by members of the Mohawk nation, the sixth and largest of the reserves, Six Nations of the Grand River, also represents members of the Seneca, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, and Tuscarora nations.


A. Where Do Iroquois Surnames Come From?

Traditional Iroquois culture was matrilineal and organized around a clan kinship model, so surnames in the European sense were non-existent. As times changed, the demands of European culture eventually made it necessary for the Iroquois to adopt paternally-inherited surnames for purposes of official record-keeping (like the census). Modern Iroquois surnames derive from four main sources.

1) European Surnames

European surnames are by far the most common. Intermarriage with Europeans was not exceedingly rare in Post-Contact times, and many Iroquois surnames can be traced back to an early European ancestor, or occasionally to a patron (i.e. a European whose last name was adopted as one's own surname when having a surname became mandatory). Examples of European Iroquois surnames include MARACLE (from German Marckell, Upstate New York), DOXTADOR (from German Dachstader, Upstate New York), and LIVERNOIS (from the French surname Nivernois, New France).

2) Translations of Iroquois Names and Titles

Some Iroquois surnames may appear European at first, but actually represent translations into English and French of Iroquoian names and titles. For example, the surnames BELLEFEUILLE and GOOD LEAF are both translations of the Iroquois name Kanerahtí:io, "Good Leaf". Other examples of this type include NEWHOUSE (Kanónhsase), BLUE (Shoròn:ia, lit. "He is Blue"), and LONGBOAT (Kahón:wes).

Many translations have also been abbreviated in order to sound more European. For example the Iroquois surname BURNING seems to be a reduction of the Iroquois name Oronhiatékha, or BURNING SKY. In many cases this makes it difficult to determine whether a surname comes from English or from a translation. Is HOUSE a reduction of DEARHOUSE (Kanonhsanó:ron), or a reduction of NEWHOUSE (Kanónhsase), or a reduction of another name? Only genealogical research would provide a clear answer.

3) Original Surnames

Many Iroquois surnames appear to have come into being in the same manner that European ones did: as the result of by-names. A by-name identifies who you are, usually with reference either to who your father is (e.g. HENDRICK or BRANT, JOHN or JOHNSON, ISAAC or ISAACS), where you are from (e.g. HILL, ENGLAND, WOODS), what your ethnic background is (e.g. SCOTT, FRENCH), or what you do for a living (e.g. MILLER, SMITH).

Surnames of the first category, patronyms, are hard to differentiate from their European counterparts, since Iroquois patronyms would have involved taking on one's father's English name rather than his Iroquois name (i.e. a surname HENDRICK or HENRY rather than TEIONHOHAKARAHWEN). European first names that were used by the Iroquois inevitably led to patronymic surnames that are inherently indistinguishable from European ones (e.g. JACOBS, PETERS), but a few Iroquois renderings of European names have been maintained, for example SAWATIS ("John", from an early Iroquois rendering of the French name "Jean Baptiste"). The origin of several of these patronyms is obscured by the fact that they have long fallen out of usage. For example, Brant and Cryn were once common European pseudonyms among the Iroquois, but now they occur only as the surnames BRANT and GREEN. The common surname MONTOUR may have similar origins, perhaps as a corruption of the Dutch name Wouter (equivalent to 'Walter'), which was already in use by Mohawks at Canajoharie in late New Netherland times.

A few Iroquois surnames reference specific settlements, for example ALBANY, HEMLOCK, RAQUETTE and MOUNT PLEASANT (all places in New York State). Others give a more vague geographic reference, for example HILL and SUGARBUSH.

Quite a few Iroquois surnames pertain to ethnicity (e.g. CAYUGA, CANADIEN), but most of these refer to clans or bands. For example, members of the Deer Clan often adopted the surname DEER or SERO (French 'cerf'), while members of the Onondaga Bear Foot band at Six Nations adopted the surname BEARFOOT (also rendered BAREFOOT).

Finally, original occupational surnames are more prevalent among the Iroquois than one might initially suspect. The Iroquois surname SILVERSMITH dates back to at least the American Revolution, and has roots in the name of an Oneida chief Olaawistone, which means "The Silversmith" (lit. He Makes Silver). Another Oneida chief, a contemporary of Olaawistone, was called Tahaswongalolas "The Sawmiller" (lit. He Cuts Boards), and this may be yet another source for the Iroquois surname MILLER. Other surnames, like CAPITAINE, COMMANDENT, and GENERAL, have similar origins.

4) Names and Clan Titles in the Original Iroquoian

These are by far the rarest. One surname of this type that enjoys a reasonable degree of currency is SKENONTON / SKENONTOU / SCANNADO, "Deer". Other, more rare examples include ARERHON ("Spendthrift") and TEKANATOKEN ("Between Villages").


B. What are the Most Common Iroquois Surnames?

Things have probably changed since, the ten most common surnames among the Iroquois in 1901 were as follows.

1. HILL (384)
2. MARACLE (275)
3. BRANT (221)
4. MARTIN (199)
5. JACOBS (184)
6. GREEN (181)
7. MONTOUR / MONTURE (155)
8. D'AILLEBOUST (139)
9. CLAUS / CLAUSE (108)
10. JOHNSON (105)


C. Iroquoian and Non-Iroquoian Surnames

Some people may intend to use this page in order to determine whether or not a given surname is Iroquoian, or generally Native American, and in doing so to determine whether or not a given ancestor was of Native American descent. In this connection one should note that, aside from the very few cases in which a surname is linguistically Iroquoian (e.g. SAHANATIEN), finding a surname in this listing is not necessarily indicative of Iroquois ancestry. As the listing of ten names above shows, most Iroquois surnames are held by Europeans as well (e.g. HILL, MARTIN, JOHNSON), and even translation surnames like NEWHOUSE can arise independently under alternative circumstances, for example as an anglicization of the German surname NEUHAUS. One should therefore exercise caution in drawing conclusions about ancestry based only on surnames.


D. Surnames

The 624 surnames are given in alphabetical order, and next to each entry you will find a key that shows the location of people bearing that surname in the 1901 census. The codes and locations for the various reserves are outlined below.

[ a ] = Ahkwesáhsne (St. Regis), St. Regis Reserve, Huntingdon, Quebec.
[ c ] = Kahnawà:ke (Caughnawaga), Sault-Saint-Louis, Châteauguay, Quebec.
[ o ] = Kanehsatà:ke (Oka), L'Annonciation, Deux-Montaignes, Quebec.
[ s ] = Ohswé:ken (Six Nations), Tuscarora, Brant South, Ontario.
[ t ] = Tyendinaga (Tyendinaga), Tyendinaga e-8, Hastings East, Ontario.
[ w ] = Wáhta (Gibson), Gibson and Freeman, Muskoka, Ontario.

Thus the entry "ADAMS (a14, c10, s7)" indicates that the Surname ADAMS was held by 14 individuals at the St. Regis Reserve, ten individuals at the Kahnawake Reserve, and seven individuals at the Six Nations Reserve in 1901. Wherever possible, variants of the same surname have been grouped together as a single entry.


A

AARON (s9)
ABRAHAM (c4)
ADAMS (a14, c10, s7)
AIENNATHA (o5)
ALBANY (c7)
ALEE (a1)
ALEX (a5)
ALLAN (s1)
ANDERSON (s14)
ANDRÉ (o6)
ANDREW (a5)
ANGUS (a17)
ANONKERISKA (o4)
ANTHONY (s6)
ANTOINE (s1)
ARBIC (o17)
ARERHON (o9)
ARIHOTHE (o2)
ARISSAKXKA (o4)
ARMSTRONG (s6)
ATKINS (s4)
ATKINSON (s9)

B

BACK (a11)
BAILLARD (c5)
BAPTISTE (t3)
BARBEAU (c1)
BARCHE (o1)
BARDY (t16)
BARKER (s6)
BARNS / BARNES (c3, s11)
BARNHART (a13, s1, t46)
BARRON (a2, c2)
BASTIEN (o13)
BATISE (s4)
BAY (a4)
BEANS (w1)
BEARFOOT / BAREFOOT (c2, s14)
BEAUDIN (c7)
BEAULIEU (o2)
BEAUVAIS (c69, o14)
BEAVER (s8)
BÉDARD (o19)
BELANGER (c7)
BELL (c6)
BELLEFEUILLE (c2)
BELLEFLEUR (c5)
BELLINGS (t6)
BENEDICT (a25, c2)
BENNETT (s7)
BENSON (o6)
BERGAN (s4)
BERNARD (c2)
BERTHELETTE (o2)
BERTRAM (s8)
BERTRAND (c1)
BETTIN (s3)
BILL (s1)
BINETTE (o9)
BISHOP (a1)
BLAIS (o4)
BLUE (c4)
BOILEAU (o19)
BOMBERRY (s43)
BONSPILLE (a9, o20)
BOOTS (a2)
BOUCHER / BOUCHEZ (c10, o5)
BOUDRIAS (c6)
BOURDEAU (c6)
BOURGET (a6, c5)
BOVA (a13)
BOYER (c5)
BOYLE (s1)
BRADLEY (s2)
BRANT (s18, t203)
BRASEAU (o4)
BREACH (s1)
BRIEN (o1)
BRIÈRE (o3)
BRISEBOIS (o43)
BROWN (c1, s5)
BRUCE (a7, c1)
BRULOTTE (o1)
BRUNEAU (o2)
BRUNET (o7)
BRUYÈRE (o1)
BUCK (s17)
BUCKSHOT (a10)
BURNIERS (s5)
BURNING (s20)
BURNHAM (s2)
BURNHOUSE (s2)
BURNS (o3)
BUTLER (c2, s5)
BUTRY (s8)

C

CADOT (c1)
CANADIAN / CANADIEN / CANADIENNE (c43)
CANNEL (s1)
CANOE / CANOT (c13, s1)
CANON (c3)
CAPITAINE / CAPTAIN (c8, s8)
CARPENTER (c2, s10)
CARRIER / CARRIÈRE (o12)
CARTER / CARTIRE (o1, s4)
CATHENIER (o1)
CATHRINE / CATRINE (o12)
CAYUGA (s1)
CHARBONNEAU (o3)
CHARETTE (o12)
CHARLEBOIS (o1)
CHARLES (s7)
CHARLIE (c4)
CHARTRAND (c5)
CHÉNÉ (o14)
CHOQUETTE (c4)
CHRISTATER (a4)
CHRISTLER (s1)
CHUB (s1)
CLARK (s3)
CLAUS / CLAUSE (c2, s53, t53)
CLÉMENT (o12)
CLERMONT (o5)
CLINCH / CLENCH (s13)
COLE (a2)
COLWELL (a8)
COMMANDENT (w9)
CONNORS (a5)
COOK (a27, o4, s11, w1)
COOPER (s8)
COPELAND (s3)
CORBEIL / CORBY / KERBY (c2, o11, t9)
CORBOW (c1)
CORINTHE (o8, w2)
CORNELIUS (s8)
COUTEAU CASSE (c15)
CRANE (s6)
CRAWFORD (s1, t12)
CREE / CRII (a7, o9)
CREVIER (o1)
CROSS RIVER / CROSS THE RIVER (c20)
CUDABUSH (s2)
CULBERTSON (t12)
CURLEY (s32)
CUROTTE (c17)
CURRY (a6)
CUSICK (s9)

D

D'AILLEBOUST (c139)
DAHWAH (s3)
DAMASSE (o1)
DANAY (c8)
DAVENPORT (o2)
DAVENEAU (w3)
DAVID (a31, s31)
DAVIS (s38)
DAVY (s7)
DAY (a29, c5)
DEAN (t1)
DEARFOOT (c6)
DEARHOUSE / DEERHOUSE (c8)
DEBO (a20)
DEC (o1)
DECAIRE / DECKER / DICAIRE / DICKER (c17, o17, s3, w14)
DEEP SKY (c3)
DEER (a3, c59)
DELAY (o7)
DELISLE (c52)
DELORIMIER / DELORIMER (c28)
DEMERS (o3)
DENIS (o4)
DESJARDINS (c3, o1)
DESLAURIERS (o10)
DESROCHERS (o4)
DESROSIERS (o10)
DEWASHA (w7)
DIOME (c23)
DIOTTE (o3)
DIXON (a6, s7)
DOCTOR (s10)
DODD (s1)
DOMINIQUE (a2)
DONAHOE (c3)
DOOLITTLE (s1)
DORAIS (c11)
DOREEN (t8)
DOUGLAS (c20, s20)
DOXTATOR / DOXDATER (s26)
DUBREUIL (o1)
DUBUC (c3)
DUFRESNE (o8)
DULAC (c2)
DULUDE (c5)
DUNCAN (s4)
DURANCEAU (c20)
DUROCHER (o26)

E

EADIE (s6)
EASTERBROOK (a2)
ECHO (s2)
EDWARD (c3)
ELLIOTT (c7, s13)
ENGLISH (s11)
ETHIER (o5)
EVERETT (s8)

F

FARMER (s6)
FARR (s6)
FAUBERT (o17)
FAUTEUX (o3)
FERN (s1)
FIRE (a3)
FISH (s6)
FISHCARRIER (s6)
FLOWERS (s4)
FOOT (a13)
FORBES (c6)
FORTIN (o3)
FOSTER (c11)
FRANCOIS (c1)
FRANKS (w3)
FRASER (c1, s23)
FREET (o10)
FRENCH (c6)
FRIDAY (a19)
FROMAN (s26)
FUN (s1)

G

GABRIEL (o16)
GANOT (c1)
GARLOW (s51)
GARROW (a9)
GASPÉ (o2)
GENERAL (s39)
GEORGE (a7)
GIASSON (c15)
GIBBON (c1)
GIBSON (s41)
GILES (s2)
GIRARD (o1)
GOOD (s19, t1)
GOOD LEAF (c11)
GOSSELIN (c1)
GOULD (s1)
GRANDMAISON (o9)
GREEN (c6, s111, t64)
GRIFFITH (s8)
GROTE (s6)
GROULX (o3)
GUAY (o7)
GUÉRIN (c1)
GUINDON (o29)
GUY (o2)

H

HALL (a6, c3)
HAMEL (o1)
HAMELIN (o9)
HARNEY (c12)
HARRIS (o1, s26)
HEMLOCK (a1, c8)
HENDRICK (s1)
HENHAWK (s16)
HENNESY (s1)
HENRY (s35)
HERKIMER (s16)
HERRON (s2)
HESS (s21)
HILL (c16, s285, t83)
HOLAN (c5)
HOLMES (s2)
HOMER (s9)
HOPE (s13)
HOPS (a12)
HORNE (c1)
HOUSE (s6)
HOWICK (s5)
HUBEN (s1)
HUGHES (a1)
HUNKS (s1)
HUNTER (s1)
HUSEREAU (o5)
HUSK (s2)
HYACINTHE (c5)

I

ICE (c4)
ISAAC (a3, s42)

J

JACK (a8, s7)
JACKS (a10)
JACKSON (a6, c4, s2)
JACOB (a30, s22, w1)
JACOBS (a22, c143, o14, s5)
JACOT (c10)
JAKE (s6)
JALBERT (o1)
JAMES (o3, t7)
JAMIESON / JEMISON (s91)
JANELLE (c6)
JARRY (c7)
JOANNETTE (o12)
JOCK (a9)
JOCKS (c13)
JOE (s1)
JONCAS (o1)
JOHN (s45, t8)
JOHNNY (s1)
JOHNSON (a8, c6, o7, s75, t9)
JOHNSTON (s8)
JONATHAN (s17)
JONES (s6)
JOSEPH (s7)

K

KANATAKONSA (o6)
KANATSHONRA (o6)
KANE (c9)
KARINIE (o1)
KARISSIO (o2)
KATORONTIE (o1)
KELLY (c2)
KENNEDY (s1)
KERRANCE (a2)
KEY (s26)
KICK (s8)
KING (s19)
KIRK (s1)
KNIGHTLEY (s4)
KONTITIE (o4)

L

LABERGE (c12, o18)
LABONTÉ (o5)
LABRE (o3)
LABROSSE (o13)
LACASSE (o1)
LACHAUDIERE (c4)
LACITROUILLE (c1)
LACOMBE (c5, o5)
LACROIX (o54)
LADOUCEUR (o13)
LADUC (a4)
LAFLÈCHE / LAFLECH (o10, w2)
LAFLEUR (c7, o26)
LAFONTAINE (o1)
LAFORCE (c2, o4, w14)
LAFORM (s43)
LAFRANCE (a7)
LAHACHE / LAHASH (a4, c12)
LAJEUNESSE (o2)
LALLEMAND (o11)
LALONDE (o16)
LAMANQUE (o17)
LAMARCHE (o4)
LANDERS (s2)
LANGEVIN (o3)
LANTHIER (o12)
LAPLANTE (c10)
LAPLUME (c9)
LARIVIER (o3)
LARONDE (c12)
LAROCQUE (o6)
LASOR (a33)
LATHAM (s4)
LATOUR (c7)
LAURIN (o20)
LAUZON (o18)
LAVALLÉÉ (o15)
LAVOIE (c1)
LAZARRE (c19)
LEAF (a22, c4)
LEBLANC (c2)
LEBORGNE (c17)
LECLAIR (c26)
LECLERC (o4)
LEFEBVRE (a3, c22, o15)
LEFORT (c4)
LÉGARÉ (o1)
LEGAULT (o15)
LÉON (o5)
LESAGE (o7)
LESSARD (c1)
LEWEEN / LOUINE (s2, t20)
LEWIS (a3, s27, t28)
LICKERS (s40)
LIVERNOIS (c2)
LOAT (a7)
LOFT (a6, s7, t26)
LOGAN (s4)
LONG (a2)
LONGBOAT (s5)
LONGFISH (s9)
LONGPOINT (a11)
LOTTRIDGE (s5)

M

MACK (o1)
MAILLOUSE (c16)
MAJOR (o10)
MALLETTE (o11)
MALLOTTE (c9)
MALRIC (o4)
MANNERT (t1)
MARACLE (c5, s62, t208)
MARINIER (o11)
MARLO (c17)
MARTIN (a13, c27, o13, s146)
MARTINE (o3)
MASSEY (o9)
MASSON (o15)
MCCAFFREY (s1)
MCCAULEY (s2)
MCCLOUD (s2)
MCCOMBER (c42)
MCDONALD (s8, t1)
MCDOUGALL (s8)
MCGREGOR (c15)
MCKUE (s1)
MCLANE (s4)
MCNAUGHTON (s12)
MELOCHE (c23)
METTHÉ (o8)
MEYERS (s1)
MICHEL (c4)
MIKANE (o2)
MIKE (s4)
MIKONSE (o3)
MILLER (s54, t6)
MINJAKI (o5)
MITCHELL (a56, c3)
MONETTE (c1, o7)
MONIQUE (c28)
MONK (c1)
MONTOUR / MONTURE (c92, o6, s53, w4 )
MORRIS (c18)
MOSES (s9, t24)
MT PLEASANT (s15)
MULLIGAN (s6)
MURDOCH (s9)
MURRAY (c9, o17, s1)
MUSLE (a3)

N

NANTEL (c1)
NANTICOKE (s8)
NASH (s15)
NATHAN (a3)
NELSON (o9, s1, w3)
NEWHOUSE (s17)
NEWS (w9)
NICHOLAS (o33, s2)
NOLAN (c13)
NORMANDIN (o7)
NORTON (c41, s2)

O

OAK, OKE (a38, c4, o3)
OBEDIAH (s13)
ORONYATEKHA (t2)
OTTER (s6)
OUELETTE (o10)
OWENS (s3)

P

PAPINEAU (a10, c2)
PAQUIN (o1)
PARQUIS (c6)
PARKER (s1)
PARTHUIS / PARTUIS (c19)
PATTERSON (s5)
PATTOIS (c3)
PATTON (c7)
PAUL (a6, c10, o8)
PENN (t9)
PÉRAS / PERRAS (c15, o1)
PERILLARD / PÉRLARD (o5)
PETER (a10, c3, s5)
PETERS (a3, s11)
PETRISE (s2)
PHILIPPE (c60)
PHILIPS (a9)
PIGEON (c9)
PIKE (a6)
PILKEY (s6)
PLANTE (c2)
POINT (a19)
POMMINVILLE (o12)
PORK (a8)
PORTER (s19)
POWLESS (s46, t16)
PRICE (a5)
PRIMEAU (c7)
PROULX (o11)
PROVOST (o1)
PURDY (t11)

Q

QUEVILLON (o12)

R

RABBIT (c5)
RAIQUE (o2)
RAIZEN (o4)
RANSOM (a1, c3)
RAQUETTE / RACKET (c4, s2)
RED LEAF (c3)
REGIS (c11)
REINFRET (c7)
RENAUD (o14)
RICE (c68)
ROACH (c1)
ROAD (w1)
ROBERT (c3)
ROBINSON (c1)
ROLLAND (o2)
ROOTS (w2)
ROSS (c13)
ROUND SKY (s2)
ROUSSIN (o10)
RUFIAGE / RUPHIAUGE (c3, o8)
RUSSELL (s9)

S

SAHANATIEN (w14)
SAKOKETE (o6)
SAM (c5)
SANDY (s5)
SARENHER (o1)
SARRAZIN (o9)
SATAGARATE (o12)
SAULT (s3)
SAUNDERS (s1)
SAUVÉ (o4)
SAWATIS (a46)
SAWYER (s1)
SCOTT (s5)
SECORD (s3, t2)
SÉGUIN (o5)
SEMO (a14)
SERE (c6)
SERO / ZERO (s11, t41)
SETH (s2)
SHARROW (a12)
SHEIRA (s3)
SHERRY (s6)
SHUSLER (s4)
SHYLER (s6)
SIA CHIP (o6)
SILVER (s13)
SILVERSMITH (s32)
SILVESTER (a6)
SIMON (a3, c2, o20)
SIMPSON (c3)
SIMS (s4)
SKANAHIEN (o1)
SKENONTON / SKENONTOU / SCANNADO (c7, s1)
SKETTIS (a12)
SKIN (a31)
SKY (c17, s38)
SLACK (s6)
SLY (o1)
SMART (t22)
SMITH (a4, s50, t3)
SMOKE (a9, s26)
SNOW (a1, c3, s10)
SOFTLEY (s1)
SOLOMON (a5, c1)
SOWDEN (s8)
SPENCER (s2)
SPLICER (c8)
SPRAGUE (s4)
SQUARE (a16)
ST CYR (c4)
ST DENIS (o13)
ST JACQUES (o14)
ST ONGE (c1)
ST PIERRE (o15)
STAATS (s66)
STACEY (c45)
STALK / STOCK (c9, w6)
STANDUP (c4)
STERLING (a3, s8)
STEVENSON (s1)
STRAITOR (s1)
STRENGTH (w8)
STRONG (s6)
STYRES (s22)
SUGAR (s5)
SUGARBUSH (a5)
SUMMERS (s2)
SUNDAY (a23)
SURAST (a1)
SURPRENANT (o1)
SYSCOMBE (s1)

T

TARBELL (c9)
TAYLOR (c15, s15)
TEAKENTATI (o5)
TECOTITIATE (o6)
TEKANATOKEN (o2)
TERRANCE (a5)
TESSIER (o14)
THERIEN (c1)
THIRES (c2)
THOMAS (a13, c8, s46)
THOMPSON (a48, s3, w8)
TIOICHA (o15)
TOBICOE (s7)
TORMISKAKON (o2)
TREFLE (c1)
TREMBLY (c1)
TRÉPANIER (o7)
TRUDEAU (c5)
TURCOTTE (c2)
TURKEY (s13)
TURNER (s1)
TWOFISH (s1)

V

VAN EVERY (s36)
VANDARDAIGNE (o1)
VIALE (c4)
VIAU (c15)
VIGNEAULT (c9)
VINCENT (c2, o17)

W

WABIKOUSE (o3)
WADDEL (o5)
WALKER (c4, s10, t6)
WEBSTER (s4)
WEDGE (s1)
WELSBY (s3)
WETHERELL (s3)
WHITBY (s2)
WHITE (a42, c18, s25, w10)
WHITEBEANS (a3)
WHITECOAT (s1)
WIKTDOCK (o5)
WILLIAM (c2, s6)
WILLIAMS (a3, c21, o1, s43, t11)
WILLISON (s4)
WILSEY (o3)
WILSON (c1, s11)
WISKAM (o2)
WOOD (c2)
WOODRUFF (s3)
WORKMAN (s3)
WRIGHT (s6)

Y

YELLOW (s10)
YOUNG (s1)

Z

ZACHARIE (c22, o7)


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