from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. See surname.
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- n. A surname.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the name used to identify the members of a family (as distinguished from each member's given name)
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If your last name is included in the business name, most states do not require you to file under the fictitious-name statute.
With the last name of Rumble, how could my editor, Brant Rumble, be anything but the perfect editor for my book?
Chanting his first and last name in that Bleacher Creature two-three rhythm, it cascaded from the heavens as well, and found its place into the heart of that skinny kid from Kalamazoo.
I recognized the last name Mandarene from the obituary about my father, Evian Mandarene.
—On tough-guy Cleveland outfielder Wayne Cage, who wore his last name on his uniform
“Cathy Summers,” said Cathy, and I registered the last name dully in my head, crossing my arms and pressing my lips together as hard as I could.
Introducing ourselves, his last name was Jolly, and he confirmed my assumption—years later, I am fully recovered from the 2004 ALCS fiasco—by indicating he was a member of the Angels family.
Do you know that my last name is Neferti, which is almost like yours?
His name is Rob and his last name rhymes with Miglione.
Today, Janet Shearon Armstrong she retains the last name still resides in Utah.