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Surname سميث

Last name سميث (Smith United States United Kingdom South Africa Canada, Smit United States United Kingdom South Africa Canada, Smyth United States United Kingdom South Africa Canada) , across the world, is an extremely common cognomen. Last name سميث is characteristic to Latin America and the Caribbean, particularly Guyana, where it is an extremely common surname, Bahamas, where it is a very common surname, and Jamaica (explore name in all countries). In absolute terms the name is most common in the United States, the United Kingdom, and South Africa. Very seldom, سميث is the forename as well as a last name.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name سميث

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Smit, Smith, Smyth United States, United Kingdom, Canada, South Africa
سميث Iraq, Algeria, Sudan, Egypt

Notable namesakes

Richard Smith English politician in the 15th-century, Kingdom of England (b. 1301) link
William Goldsmith English politician (b. 1401) link
Richard Smith English merchant, politician and courtier (b. 1401) link
Thomas Smith English MP, 1440-1483 (b. 1440) link
picture of Thomas Smith Thomas Smith Thomas Smith English scholar and diplomat, Kingdom of England (b. 1513) link
picture of Thomas Smith Thomas Smith Thomas Smith London collector of duties and MP, Kingdom of England (b. 1522) link
John Smith English politician (b. 1490) link
picture of Miles Smith Miles Smith Miles Smith Bishop of Gloucester (b. 1554) link
Henrik Smith (b. 1495) link
picture of John Smith John Smith John Smith High Sheriff of Kent Member of Parliament, Kingdom of England (b. 1557) link
picture of Henry Smith Henry Smith Henry Smith English preacher, born 1560 (b. 1560) link
Richard Smith English politician, died 1581 (b. 1516) link
Bernard Smith English politician, Kingdom of England (b. 1522) link
picture of John Smith John Smith John Smith English soldier, explorer, writer, Kingdom of England (b. 1580) link
Francis Smith (b. 1522) link
Humphrey Smith English politician (b. 1542) link
Thomas Smith English colonial adventurer (b. 1547) link
Henry Smith English benefactor (b. 1549) link
Christopher Smith English politician, Kingdom of England (b. 1550) link
William Smith Kingdom of England politician, Kingdom of England (b. 1550) link
William Smith Smith, William, Kingdom of England (b. 1550) link
Thomas Smith English master of requests and Member of Parliament (b. 1556) link
picture of Thomas Smith Thomas Smith Thomas Smith English politician who sat in the House of Commons, Kingdom of England (b. 1609) link
picture of Margaret Smith Margaret Smith Margaret Smith English noble (b. 1610) link
picture of Erasmus Smith Erasmus Smith Erasmus Smith English philanthropist, merchant and landowner (b. 1611) link
Thomas Smith Peerage person ID=138137 (b. 1562) link
Anne Smith Peerage person ID=138138 (b. 1563) link
picture of Thomas Smith Thomas Smith Thomas Smith English clergyman, who served as Dean and Bishop of Carlisle, Kingdom of England (b. 1615) link
Mary Smith Peerage person ID=138140 (b. 1567) link
John Smith English genealogical antiquary and politician, Kingdom of Great Britain (b. 1567) link
William Smith Member of the Parliament of England for Aylesbury, Kingdom of England (b. 1568) link
Richard Smith bishop in England, United Kingdom (b. 1568) link
John Smith Peerage person ID=138141 (b. 1570) link
Wentworth Smith English dramatist, Kingdom of England (b. 1571) link
Valentine Smith Peerage person ID=138142 (b. 1571) link
John Smith (b. 1562) link
Thomas Smith Peerage person ID=714843 (b. 1574) link
Nicholas Smith English politician in House of Commons (b. 1575) link
Elizabeth Smith Peerage person ID=3087 (b. 1575) link
Jane Smith Peerage person ID=714847 (b. 1577) link
Barnabas Smith English cleric, stepfather to Isaac Newton, Kingdom of England (b. 1582) link
William Smith (b. 1573) link
Samuel Smith Church of England clergyman and author (b. 1584) link
Hugh Smith (b. 1577) link
Samuel Smith English writer on logic (b. 1587) link
James Smith London alderman, Kingdom of England (b. 1587) link
Samuel Smith 1588-1665 (b. 1588) link
Richard Smith Smith [Smyth], Richard (b. 1590) link
John Smith born 1593 (b. 1593) link
Richard Smith English settler in the Narragansett country (b. 1596) link
picture of Thomas Smith Thomas Smith Thomas Smith governor of colonial South Carolina from 1693 to 1694, a planter, a merchant and a surgeon, USA (b. 1648) link
picture of Thomas Smith Thomas Smith Thomas Smith American artist and mariner (b. 1650) link
John Smith 3rd President of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, USA (b. 1600) link
George Smith English lawyer, died 1658 (b. 1600) link
Eliza Smith Smith, Eliza (b. 1601) link
Edward Smith English politician and judge (b. 1602) link
picture of John Smith John Smith John Smith English mezzotint engraver, Kingdom of Great Britain (b. 1652) link
William Smith English composer from the city of Durham, Kingdom of England (b. 1603) link
James Smith English Anglican priest and poet, Archdeacon of Barnstaple, United Kingdom (b. 1605) link
picture of John Smith John Smith John Smith English politician, twice serving as Chancellor of the Exchequer, Kingdom of England (b. 1655) link
John Smith Oxford Member of Parliament Royalist supporter (b. 1608) link
Grace Smith (b. 1601) link
picture of Thomas Smith Thomas Smith Thomas Smith second landgrave (b. 1664) link
John Smith Englishman and supporter of the Royalists during the English Civil War (b. 1616) link
John Smith 17th century philosopher from England, Kingdom of Great Britain (b. 1618) link
Edmund Smith born 1619 (b. 1619) link
Samuel Smith Church of England clergyman (b. 1620) link
Andrew Lawrenceson Smith British artist and painter, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (b. 1620) link
picture of Joseph Smith Joseph Smith Joseph Smith English academic, 1670–1756, Kingdom of Great Britain (b. 1670) link
Henry Smith English Member of Parliament and one of the regicides of King Charles I (b. 1620) link
Francis Dade 17th-century Virginia politician and landowner, USA (b. 1621) link
Sir Thomas Smith, 1st Baronet, of Hatherton English politician, Kingdom of England (b. 1622) link
picture of Francis Smith Francis Smith Francis Smith English master-builder and architect (b. 1672) link
Stephen Smith Smith, Stephen (b. 1623) link
Thomas Smith English translator and controversialist (b. 1624) link
Humphry Smith English Quaker preacher, Kingdom of England (b. 1624) link
Hugh Smith born 1627 (b. 1627) link
Robert Smith born 1629 (b. 1629) link
George Smith English physician, original Fellow of the Royal Society (b. 1629) link
Bernard Smith German-born master organ maker (b. 1630) link
John Smith English physician (b. 1630) link
Sir Edward Smith, 1st Baronet Member of the Parliament of England (b. 1630) link
Johannes Smith Dutch clergyman, Dutch Republic (b. 1630) link
picture of Troels Smith Troels Smith Troels Smith Norway (b. 1672) link
Sir Hugh Smith, 1st Baronet Member of Parliament, died 1680, Kingdom of England (b. 1632) link
George Smith (b. 1624) link
Isabell Smith born 1636 (b. 1636) link
Elizabeth Smith (b. 1628) link
Thomas Smith English scholar, expelled Fellow of Magdalen College, Oxford, and non-juring divine, United Kingdom (b. 1638) link
Mary Smith born 1638 (b. 1638) link
James Smith Peerage person ID=142917 (b. 1639) link
William Smith born 1639 (b. 1639) link
picture of Robert Smith Robert Smith Robert Smith English mathematician and music theorist, Kingdom of Great Britain (b. 1689) link
William Smith (b. 1631) link
Thomas Smith (b. 1631) link
John Smith born 1641 (b. 1641) link
Isabell Smith (b. 1633) link
Thomas Smith (b. 1634) link
James Smith Scottish architect, Kingdom of Great Britain (b. 1644) link
James Smith roman-catholic bishop (b. 1645) link

Characteristic forenames

اليكس, ادم, علي, ويل, جاك, وليام, جو, جوني, أليكس, and جيمي