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Uploaded on May 22, 2011
1999年4月25日發生了震動世界的法輪功萬人北京上訪事件,事件真相被中共封鎖至­今已有15年,”4.25法輪功萬人上訪真相”仍作為被禁的關鍵­詞,被中共嚴密封鎖和抹黑。
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Kurdish YPG and PKK fighters

Published on Oct 15, 2015
An amazing documentary. War (ISIS, Syria, Iraq). An Israeli journalist visits Kurdish YPG and PKK fighters in Iraqi & Syrian Kurdistan – Interview with ISIS prisoners. How Kurdish female fighters became ISIS’ nightmare, the dismantling of Iraq and Syria as states as we knew them, and more. Please share.

Published on Oct 15, 2015
An amazing documentary. War (ISIS, Syria, Iraq). An Israeli journalist visits Kurdish YPG and PKK fighters in Iraqi & Syrian Kurdistan – Interview with ISIS prisoners. How Kurdish female fighters became ISIS’ nightmare, the dismantling of Iraq and Syria as states as we knew them, and more. Please share.

Sauti ya Jamii – Voice of the Community

Published on Sep 1, 2014This participatory video is a dramatised exploration of issues arising in sustainable timber cutting, sale and profit sharing that has been created by villagers from Kisangi Kimbalambala in Kilwa District, Lindi, Tanzania. It wa…

Published on Sep 1, 2014
This participatory video is a dramatised exploration of issues arising in sustainable timber cutting, sale and profit sharing that has been created by villagers from Kisangi Kimbalambala in Kilwa District, Lindi, Tanzania.

It was facilitated in an InsightShare training in participatory video for researchers associated with the ESRC-funded project Conservation, Markets and Justice Research Programme, led by the School of Development Studies from the University of East Anglia.

Natural resources in Vietnam

Uploaded on Oct 19, 2011Forest-dependent people are largely missing out on new wealth generated through Vietnam’s increased economic development. The Centre for Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas (CSDM) is promoting allocation of mountain areas …

Uploaded on Oct 19, 2011
Forest-dependent people are largely missing out on new wealth generated through Vietnam’s increased economic development. The Centre for Sustainable Development of Mountain Areas (CSDM) is promoting allocation of mountain areas to local people, helping local authorities and people address the issue of conflict in forest management. RECOFTC — The Center for People and Forests partners with CSDM to translate findings of research on forests rights into practical recommendations for communities and policymakers. The two organizations are working together to help local people allocate forestland to households following their own recommendations. The communities in Lang Son seek to manage their forest resources in ways that will be beneficial to them now and their children in the future.

Produced and directed by:
RECOFTC — The Center for People and Forests

Uploaded on Oct 19, 2011
Tram Chim National Park is one of two wetland preservation areas in a richly biodiverse part of Vietnam called the Plain of Reeds. In an effort to balance the difficult work of conservation with the demands of poor communities in the surrounding areas that depend on the park’s resources for their livelihoods, Tram Chim is working on innovative ways to involve the local people in the conservation process. Community based sustainable use of natural resources is one approach the Park has begun to explore.

The park has been working with poor groups that demonstrate an interest in and commitment to resource conservation. The groups develop resource management plans that are reviewed and approved by park officials, granting the local people permission to enter the national park and gather sanctioned resources for their livelihoods. Since the inception of this system, park officials find their conservation and regulation work is much easier, and local people have greater incomes to provide more stability for their family. Villagers recognize the value of conserving resources today to ensure the abundance of resources will remain for future generations.

This project has been implemented by the park in cooperation with World Wildlife Fund funded by Coca-Cola and permitted by Dong Thap Provincial People Committee between 2008-2001. This film was produced by Institute of Tropical Biology in collaboration with Tram Chim National Park, RECOFTC – The Center for People and Forests, and The University of East Anglia, with financial support from the British Economic and Social Research Council.

Tram Chim National Park, Tam Nong district, Dong Thap province, Vietnam

Helping is influenced by economic environment

… Mais le narrateur est plutôt tenté de croire qu’en donnant trop d’importance aux belles actions, on rend finalement un hommage indirect et puissant au mal. Car on laisse supposer alors que ces belles actions n’ont tant de prix que parce qu’elles sont rares et que la méchanceté et l’indifférence sont des moteurs bien plus fréquents dans les actions des hommes…

Albert Camus
La peste

Helping is influenced by economic environment within the culture. In general, frequency of helping behavior is inversely related to the country economic status. It is true that appearances count as people make assumptions about the situation, but the deciding factor is the reaction of the people that first see the person in distress. The major explanation for people failing to stop and help a victim is how obsessed with haste they are. People who were in a hurry did not even notice the victim, although, once they arrived at their destination and had time to think about the consequences, they felt some guilt and anxiousness.

The possibility of enacting laws to punish passers-by who refuse to help people in obvious distress become a hot topic in the southern province of Guangdong, China in 2011. Legal experts and the public debated the idea after a hit-an-run victim was ignored by at least 18 passers-bys.

Yue Yue, the little girl victim, was finally moved to the roadside by a 57-year-old scrap collector, Chen Xianmei, who then called for the girl’s parents. What Chen Xianmei did was to lift the brain-dead limp body of the child from the road and put it on the sidewalk before calling the mother. This trivial natural act that took her 12 seconds was deemed an heroic deed done for the sake of notoriety. The driver who first hit the toddler said in a telephone interview with a Guangdong television station that he had been talking on his phone when the girl walked in front of his vehicle. He said he kept driving because if she were dead, it would only cost him 10,000 to 20,000 renminbi ($1,500 to $3,000), but if she were alive, he would have to pay hundreds of thousands of renminbi in medical bills. As callous as this person might be, it is hard to believe that he would be so blunt on a public interview. Referring to the driver’s comments, one Internet user wrote, “If the compensation for a death were higher than the cost of medical care, these cases might not happen.” The writer added, it was “unrealistic” to expect a change soon, because for Chinese today, “all they can think about is food and clothes.”

The behavior of other people in similar situations suggest that it is indeed less of a trouble for the responsible party in a traffic accident to kill than to injure, and that, in any case, is not much of a deal if one has the right connections. Thus, the Chinese government has figure out yet another way to save a few renminbi by not requiring driver’s insurance and sending victims of traffic accidents to the trashcan if they happen to be poor.

China’s population is split in two groups that the Chinese themselves call euphemistically city-dwellers (bureaucrats, technocrats, businessmen) and migrant workers (slave labor) . Chen Xianmei, the illiterate scrap peddler who picked up Foshan toddler Yueyue off the street, and who finally called for the little girl’s mother, illustrates of the moral and mental differences between the two groups. She left Guangzhou after being overwhelmed by media requests and offerings of cash. Chen’s landlady even threatened eviction, due to the distraction of having media members lined up outside her apartment. Her neighbors claimed that she helped Yueyue to become famous. Dongguan, a home products company, gave her 100,000 RMB in cash, along with another 20,000RMB from the Foshan municipal government. Chen visited the hospital to see Yueyue’s parents and give them all the cash she had received: “I don’t even know how much this is. I’ve thinking only of the child, so I haven’t even counted the money given to me these past few days. I’ve brought it all for the child.” Chen left for her hometown of Qingyuan (清远) in Guangdong, to reunite with her husband. Chen had been working in Foshan since 2009 to be with her children.

 The Telegraph posts that pedestrians may have been afraid to help Yue Yue because of China’s “compensation culture.” The paper refers to a 2006 judgment in which a person who helped a woman get to a hospital was “wrongly ordered to pay her compensation.” Bystanders who did intervene to help others have found themselves accused of wrongdoing. In China, one is not expected to help a victim of an accident and the government actively discourages such acts. The Health Ministry in September issued new “Good Samaritan” guidelines that essentially warn passersby not to rush to help elderly people on the ground, but to first ascertain whether they are conscious and then wait for trained medical personnel to arrive.

In the eastern province of Jiangsu, a bus driver named Yin Hongbing stopped to help an elderly woman who had been struck by a hit-and-run driver. But until he was vindicated by surveillance videos, Yin was the one accused of hitting the woman. There have also been several cases of passersby stopping to help elderly people who had fallen, or were pushed, and who then were sued by the victims or were arrested. The thinking here is: They must have been responsible or they would not have stopped to help.

 Empirical evidence and academic studies suggest that in an urban setting, the probability that a person in distress would be helped, depends heavily on the actions of the people present at the moment of the emergency and that the larger the crowd, the least likely help will be offered. There are many an example of this in the United States. The major explanation for people failing to stop and help a victim is how obsessed with haste they are.

Is there an absolute objective moral value? This is one of the first unsolvable questions of Philosophy. There are claims made by some that without God there would be no absolute morality. I do not follow the argument. The gist seems to be that since there is no objective basis for an absolute morality, and since an absolute morality seems to be a good thing, and since the existence of God would be an absolute reference, then God exists.

References:

CROSS-CULTURAL DIFFERENCES IN HELPING STRANGERS,
ROBERT V. LEVINE,
ARA NORENZAYAN,
KAREN PHILBRICK

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helping_behavior

Washington Post Wang Juan report from Wenzhou.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Li_Gang_incidenthttp://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/an-injured-toddler-is-ignored-and-chinese-ask-why/2011/10/19/gIQAxhnpxL_story.html?tid=sm_btn_twitterhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Kitty_Genovese

http://ayn-rand.info/cth–25-Why_Did_Kitty_Genovese_Die.aspx

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Kitty_Genovese

http://peopletriggers.wordpress.com/2010/06/01/the-six-weapons-of-influence-part-3-social-proof/

http://www.experiment-resources.com/helping-behavior.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asch_conformity_experiments

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Cialdini

http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/102780/7621597.html

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-15382273

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-15398332

… Mais le narrateur est plutôt tenté de croire qu’en donnant trop d’importance aux belles actions, on rend finalement un hommage indirect et puissant au mal. Car on laisse supposer alors que ces belles actions n’ont tant de prix que parce qu’elles sont rares et que la méchanceté et l’indifférence sont des moteurs bien plus fréquents dans les actions des hommes…

Albert Camus
La peste

Helping is influenced by economic environment within the culture. In general, frequency of helping behavior is inversely related to the country economic status. It is true that appearances count as people make assumptions about the situation, but the deciding factor is the reaction of the people that first see the person in distress. The major explanation for people failing to stop and help a victim is how obsessed with haste they are. People who were in a hurry did not even notice the victim, although, once they arrived at their destination and had time to think about the consequences, they felt some guilt and anxiousness.

The possibility of enacting laws to punish passers-by who refuse to help people in obvious distress become a hot topic in the southern province of Guangdong, China in 2011. Legal experts and the public debated the idea after a hit-an-run victim was ignored by at least 18 passers-bys.

Yue Yue, the little girl victim, was finally moved to the roadside by a 57-year-old scrap collector, Chen Xianmei, who then called for the girl’s parents. What Chen Xianmei did was to lift the brain-dead limp body of the child from the road and put it on the sidewalk before calling the mother. This trivial natural act that took her 12 seconds was deemed an heroic deed done for the sake of notoriety. The driver who first hit the toddler said in a telephone interview with a Guangdong television station that he had been talking on his phone when the girl walked in front of his vehicle. He said he kept driving because if she were dead, it would only cost him 10,000 to 20,000 renminbi ($1,500 to $3,000), but if she were alive, he would have to pay hundreds of thousands of renminbi in medical bills. As callous as this person might be, it is hard to believe that he would be so blunt on a public interview. Referring to the driver’s comments, one Internet user wrote, “If the compensation for a death were higher than the cost of medical care, these cases might not happen.” The writer added, it was “unrealistic” to expect a change soon, because for Chinese today, “all they can think about is food and clothes.”

The behavior of other people in similar situations suggest that it is indeed less of a trouble for the responsible party in a traffic accident to kill than to injure, and that, in any case, is not much of a deal if one has the right connections. Thus, the Chinese government has figure out yet another way to save a few renminbi by not requiring driver’s insurance and sending victims of traffic accidents to the trashcan if they happen to be poor.

China’s population is split in two groups that the Chinese themselves call euphemistically city-dwellers (bureaucrats, technocrats, businessmen) and migrant workers (slave labor) . Chen Xianmei, the illiterate scrap peddler who picked up Foshan toddler Yueyue off the street, and who finally called for the little girl’s mother, illustrates of the moral and mental differences between the two groups. She left Guangzhou after being overwhelmed by media requests and offerings of cash. Chen’s landlady even threatened eviction, due to the distraction of having media members lined up outside her apartment. Her neighbors claimed that she helped Yueyue to become famous. Dongguan, a home products company, gave her 100,000 RMB in cash, along with another 20,000RMB from the Foshan municipal government. Chen visited the hospital to see Yueyue’s parents and give them all the cash she had received: “I don’t even know how much this is. I’ve thinking only of the child, so I haven’t even counted the money given to me these past few days. I’ve brought it all for the child.” Chen left for her hometown of Qingyuan (??) in Guangdong, to reunite with her husband. Chen had been working in Foshan since 2009 to be with her children.

 The Telegraph posts that pedestrians may have been afraid to help Yue Yue because of China’s “compensation culture.” The paper refers to a 2006 judgment in which a person who helped a woman get to a hospital was “wrongly ordered to pay her compensation.” Bystanders who did intervene to help others have found themselves accused of wrongdoing. In China, one is not expected to help a victim of an accident and the government actively discourages such acts. The Health Ministry in September issued new “Good Samaritan” guidelines that essentially warn passersby not to rush to help elderly people on the ground, but to first ascertain whether they are conscious and then wait for trained medical personnel to arrive.

In the eastern province of Jiangsu, a bus driver named Yin Hongbing stopped to help an elderly woman who had been struck by a hit-and-run driver. But until he was vindicated by surveillance videos, Yin was the one accused of hitting the woman. There have also been several cases of passersby stopping to help elderly people who had fallen, or were pushed, and who then were sued by the victims or were arrested. The thinking here is: They must have been responsible or they would not have stopped to help.

 Empirical evidence and academic studies suggest that in an urban setting, the probability that a person in distress would be helped, depends heavily on the actions of the people present at the moment of the emergency and that the larger the crowd, the least likely help will be offered. There are many an example of this in the United States. The major explanation for people failing to stop and help a victim is how obsessed with haste they are.

Is there an absolute objective moral value? This is one of the first unsolvable questions of Philosophy. There are claims made by some that without God there would be no absolute morality. I do not follow the argument. The gist seems to be that since there is no objective basis for an absolute morality, and since an absolute morality seems to be a good thing, and since the existence of God would be an absolute reference, then God exists.

References:

CROSS-CULTURAL DIFFERENCES IN HELPING STRANGERS,
ROBERT V. LEVINE,
ARA NORENZAYAN,
KAREN PHILBRICK

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helping_behavior

Washington Post Wang Juan report from Wenzhou.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Li_Gang_incidenthttp://www.washingtonpost.com/world/asia_pacific/an-injured-toddler-is-ignored-and-chinese-ask-why/2011/10/19/gIQAxhnpxL_story.html?tid=sm_btn_twitterhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Kitty_Genovese

http://ayn-rand.info/cth–25-Why_Did_Kitty_Genovese_Die.aspx

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Murder_of_Kitty_Genovese

http://peopletriggers.wordpress.com/2010/06/01/the-six-weapons-of-influence-part-3-social-proof/

http://www.experiment-resources.com/helping-behavior.html

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asch_conformity_experiments

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Cialdini

http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/102780/7621597.html

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-15382273

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-pacific-15398332

Sefarad

Este video esclarece y muestra la verdadera identificación de los judíos en España y su contribución positiva a la sociedad española ,a su cultura , a su espíritu humanista- La expulsión de los judíos fue un decisión trágica y errónea de los reyes católicos.


Como ejemplo, Monterrey fue fundado por Diego de Montemayor, y Carvajal y de la Cueva, que, según la historia, como tantos otros fueron ejecutados por la Santa Inquisición por hacerse pasar por católicos. A los sefardís se les llamaba marranos por la costumbre judía de no comer cerdo, y de no encender fuego en el Sabbat. La Nueva España, hoy México, en sus inicios fue uno de los lugares preferidos de destino de los sefardís. Los sefardís fueron una tremenda fuerza económica e ideológica pero los Reyes Católicos les dieron el ultimátum de convertirse al catolicismo o ser ejecutados y sus tierras y propiedades confiscadas. Lo más fácil era hacerse pasar por católico pero al seguir observando las costumbres hebreas se delataban. En México estos cripto-judios también sufrieron el despojo de sus bienes y las torturas y muertes más horribles (empalados, ahogados, mutilados, quemados).


YOLANDA MARÍN. 24.03.2014 – 14:43h PST 

Desde hace semanas circula por redes sociales y sitios de Internet una lista de apellidos judíos sefardíes que supuestamente les otorgaría a las personas que los tengan la nacionalidad española de forma automática. La noticia ha despertado curiosidad y esperanza en ciudadanos latinoamericanos que se han visto incluidos en el listado. Pero el Gobierno español ha confirmado a 20minutos que ese documento es falso.  Fuentes del Ministerio de Justicia han asegurado que este documento es apócrifo, ya que en ningún momento ha publicado un listado de apellidos oficial para poder acreditar la nacionalidad española. De hecho, aún ni se puede comenzar a tramitar porque únicamente es un anteproyecto de ley. Lo que sí es cierto es que existen planes para otorgar la nacionalidad española a los judíos sefardíes que reúnan ciertos requisitos. Pero tanto el Gobierno como asociaciones de ese colectivo han desmentido que el solo hecho de detentar alguno de los apellidos de ese listado haga a una persona candidata a esa nacionalidad. El Ministerio de Justicia español recomienda consultar su página web ante cualquier duda, “únicamente será oficial todo lo que salga en esta web”, señalaron.

Ver más en:http://www.20minutos.com/noticia/11970/0/listado-apellidos/judios-sefardies/ciudadania-espanola/#xtor=AD-1&xts=513357


REDACCIÓN SDPNOTICIAS.COM

vie 21 mar 2014 20:18

El Gobierno de España publicó una lista de 5 mil 220 apellidos y nombre judíos que serán reconocidos tras más de 500 años de ser excluidos. Días atrás, el parlamento español comenzó una análisis para devolver la ciudadanía a los descendiente de los judíos expulsados en 1492.

Aquellos que acrediten tener dichos apellidos vivan o no en España, podrán obtener doble nacionalidad. “Aquellos ciudadanos extranjeros sefardíes que prueben dicha condición y su especial vinculación con nuestro país, aunque no tengan residencia legal en España, cualquiera sea su ideología, religión o creencias”, señala el artículo 23 del Código Civil.

A.Abad, Abadía, Abarca, Abastos, Abaunza, Abbot, Abdallá, Abdalah, Abdallah, Abdelnour,Abdo, Abea, Abel, Abela, Abelado, Abella,Abellán, Abendaño, Abou, Abraham, Abrahams, Abrahán, Abrego, Abreu, Abrigo, Abril, Abufelo, Abugadba, Aburto, Acabal, Acebal, Acedo, Acevedo, Acosta, Acuña, Adames, Adamis, Adanaque, Adanis, Adis, Aedo, Agababa, Agámez, Agayón, Agrazal, Agreda, Aguayo, Agudelo, Agüero, Aguiar, Aguilar, Aguilera, Aguiluz, Aguilve, Aguinaga, Aguirre, Agurto,Agustín, Ahuja, Ahumada, Aiello, Aiza, Aizprúa, Aizpurúa, Alache, Alama, Alan, Alani, Alanis, Alanís, Alaniz, Alarcón, Alas, Alavez, Alayón, Alba, Albarello, Albarracín, Albelo, Albenda, Alburola, Alcaíno, Alcanzar, Alcázar, Alcazar, Alcibar, Alcócer, Alcóser, Alcóver, Alcózer, Aldana, Aldaña, Aldapa, Aldecoba, Alderrama, Alegría, Alejos, Alemán, Alexander, Alexandre, Alfaro, Alfonso, Algaba, Alguera, Aliaga, Alicama, Alier, Alizaga, Allan, Allon, Alluín, Almanza, Almanzar, Almanzo, Almaraz, Almazan, Almeida, Almendares, Almendárez, Almendáriz, Almengor, Almonte, Aloisio, Aloma, Alomar, Alonso, Alonzo, Alpírez, Alpízar, Altamirano, Altenor, Alterno, Altino, Altonor, Alva, Alvarado, Alvarenga, Alvares, Álvarez, Alvaro, Alvear, Alverde, Alvergue, Alvir, Alzate, Amado, Amador, Amalla, Amaris, Amaya, Amor, Amora, Amores, Amoros, Ampie, Ampié, Ampiée, Ampiee, Anaya, Anchetta, Anchez, Anchía, Anchieta, Andia, Andino, Andrade, André, Andrés, Andujar, Andújar, Andujo, Angele, Angelini, Anglada, Angulo, Anice, Anjos, Ansorena, Antelo, Antero, Antezana, Antich, Antillón, Antón, Antúnez, Anzora, Aparicio, Apolinar, Apollonio, Aponte, Aquiles, Aquino, Aragón,Aragones, Aragonés, Araica, Arana, Arancibia, Aranda, Arando, Arango, Aranjo, Araque, Arata, Araujo, Araus, Arauz, Araya, Arbaiza, Arballo, Arbelo, Arbizu, Arbizú, Arboleda, Arburola, Arca, Arcarate, Arce, Arceyudh, Arceyut, Arceyuth, Arcia, Arcía, Arciniegas, Ardila, Ardín, Ardón, Ardonnix, Areas, Arellano, Arena, Arenas, Arévalo, Argudo, Arguedas, Argüelles, Argüello, Argueta, Arguijo, Arias, Ariasdes, Arica, Arie, Ariño, Arispe, Arista, Ariza, Arjona, Armada, Armas, Armenta, Armento, Armeras, Armesto, Armijo, Arnáez, Arnau, Arnesto, Anuelo, Arnuero, Arone, Arosemena, Arquín, Arrazola, Arrea, Arredondo, Arreola, Arriaga, Arriagada, Arrieta, Arriola, Arrocha, Arroliga, Arrollo, Arrone, Arrones, Arronés, Arronez, Arronis, Arroniz, Arroyave, Arroyo, Arrubla, Artavia, Arteaga, Artecona, Artiaga, Artiga, Artiles, Artiñano, Artola, Artolozaga, Aruj, Aruizu, Arze, Arzola, Ascante, Ascencio, Asch, Asencio, Asero, Así, Asís, Aspirita, Astacio, Astete, Astorga, Astorquiza, Astúa, Asturias, Asunción, Asusema, Atehortúa, Atein, Atencio, Atensio, Atiensa, Atienza, Augusto, Ávalos, Avelar, Avellán, Avendaño, Ávila, Avilés, Avilez, Ayala, Ayales, Ayara, Ayarza, Aybar, Aycinena, Ayerdis, Aymerich, Azar, Azaria, Asofeifa, Azqueta, Azua, Azúa, Azuar, Azucena, Azul, Azuola, Azurdia.

B. Babb, Babar, Baca, Bacca, Bacigalupo, Badilla, Bado, Báez, Baeza, Baidal, Bairnales, Baizan, Bajarano, Balarezo, Baldares, Balday,Baldelomar, Balderas, Balderrama, Balderramos,Baldí, Baldi, Baldioceda, Baldivia, Baldizón,Balladares, Ballar, Ballard, Ballester, Ballestero,Ballesteros, Ballón, Balma, Balmaceda, Balmacera,Balon, Balser, Baltodano, Banegas, Banet, Banilla, Baños, Bañuelos,
Baquedano, Baquero, Baradín, Baraen, Barahoma, Barahona, Barajas,Baraquiso, Barat, Barba, Barbagallo, Barbagebra, Bárbara, Barbena, Barben,Barberena, Barbosa, Barboza, Barcelas, Barcelata, Barcenas, Barcia, Bardayan,Barguil, Barillas, Barletta, Baro, Barón, Barquedano, Barquero, Barquette, Barra, Barracosa, Barrante, Barrantes, Barraza, Barreda, Barrenechea, Barrera,Barrero, Barreto, Barrias, Barrientos, Barriga, Barrio, Barrionuevo, Barrios,Barroso, Barrot, Barrott, Barrundia, Barsallo, Bart, Bartal, Barteles, Bartels,Barth, Barvas, Baruch, Basadre, Basán, Basilio, Basti, Bastida, Bastos, Bastti,Batalla, Batán, Batista, Batres, Bautista, Bauzid, Baviera, Bayo, Bazán, Bazo,Beatriz, Becancur, Becerra, Becerril, Bedolla, Bedoya, Beeche, Beeché,Beingolea, Beita, Bejarano, Bejos, Bel, Belette, Belgrave, Bellanero, Bellido,Bello, Belloso, Belmonte, Beltrán, Beltre, Benach, Benambourg, Benambugr,Benambur, Benavente, Benavides, Benavídez, Benda, Bendaña, Bendig,Bendij, Benedictis, Beneditt, Benevides, Bengoechea, Benites, Benítez, Benito,Benzón, Berasaluce, Berciano, Berdasco, Berdugo, Berenzón, Bermejo,Bermeo, Bermudes, Bermúdez, Bernadas, Bernal, Bernardo, Bernat, Berrios,Berríos, Berrocal, Berrón, Bertel, Bertrán, Betancort, Bentancourt,Betancourth, Betancur, Betancurt, Beter, Beteta, Bethancourt, Betrano, Better,Biamonte, Binda, Blanco, Blandino, Blando, Blandón, Blau, Blum, Bobadilla,Bodán, Bogán, Bogantes, Bogarín, Bohorguez, Bohorquez, Bojorge, Bolaños,Bolívar, Bonice, Boniche, Bonichi, Bonilla, Borbas, Borbón, Borda, Bordallo,Borge, Borges, Borja, Borjas, Borjes, Borloz, Borras, Borrasé, Borredo,Borrero, Bosque, Botero, Boza, Bran, Bravia, Bravo, Brenes, Breve, Briceño,Brilla, Briones, Brito, Brizeño,Brizuela, Buencamino, Buendía, Bueno, Bueso,Buezo, Buga, Bugarín, Bugat, Bugria, Burgos, Burguera, Burgues, Burillo,Busano, Bustamante, Bustillo, Bustillos, Busto, Bustos, Buzano, Buzeta, Buzo.
C. Caamano, Caamaño, Cabada, Cabadianes, Cabal, Cabalceta, Caballero, Cabana, Cabaña, Cabeza, Cabezas, Cabistán, Cabral, Cabrera, Cabrerizo, Cáceres, Cadenas, Cadet, Cageao,Caicedo, Cairol, Cajas, Cajiao, Cajina, Cala, Calatayud, Calazán, Calcáneo, Caldas, Caldera, Calderón, Calero, Caliva, Calix, Calle, Calleja, Callejas, Callejo, Calles, Calvo, Calzada, Camacho, Camaño, Camarena, Camareno, Camarillo,Cambronero, Camona, Campabadal, Campabadall, Campodónico, Campos, Canales, Canalias, Canas, Candamo, Candelaria, Candelario, Canejo, Canessa, Canet, Canetta, Canizales, Canizález, Canizares, Canno, Cano, Canossa, Cantarero, Cantero, Cantillano, Canto, Cantón, Cañas, Cañizales, Cañizález, Capón, Carabaguias, Carabaguiaz, Caranza, Caravaca, Carazo, Carbalda, Carballo,Carbonell, Carbonero, Carcache, Carcachi, Cárcamo, Carcedo, Carcía, Cárdenas, Cárdenes, Cardona, Cardos, Cardoso, Cardoza, Cardoze, Cares, Carias, Caridad, Carit, Carlos, Carmiol, Carmona, Carnero, Caro, Carpio, Carranza, Carrasco, Carrasquilla, Carreño, Carrera, Carreras, Carrillo, Carrión, Carrizo, Carro, Cartagena, Cartago, Cartín, Carvajal, Carvalho, Carvallo, Casa, Casaca, Casafont, Casal, Casanova, Casañas, Cásares, Casas, Casasnovas, Casasola, Cascante, Casco, Casorla, Cassasola, Cásseres, Castaneda, Castañeda, Castañedas, Castaño, Castañón, Castaños, Castelán, Castellano, Castellanos, Castellón, Casteñeda, Castiblanco, Castilla, Castillo, Castro, Catania, Cateres, Catón, Cavalceta, Cavaller, Cavallo, Cavanillas, Cavazos, Cavero, Cazanga, Ceba, Ceballos, Ceciliano, Cedeño, Cejudo, Celada, Celedón, Celís, Centella, Centeno, Cepeda, Cerceño, Cerda, Cerdas, Cerna, Cernas, Cerón, Cerpas, Cerros, Cervantes, Cervilla, Céspedes, Cevallos, Cevedo, Cevilla, Chabrol, Chacón, Chamarro, Chamorro, Chanquín, Chanta, C 84 Chanto, Chavarría, Chavera, Chaverri, Chaves, Chávez, Chavira, Cheves, Chévez, Chica, Chicaiza, Chicas, Chilquillo, Chinchilla, Chinchillo, Chirino, Chirinos, Chocano, Choza, Cid, Cifuentes, Cintrón, Cisar, Cisne, Cisnero, Cisneros, Cisternas, Claro, Cleves, Cobaleda, Coe, Coello, Coen, Cohen, Coles, Colina, Colindres, Collado, Collina, Colom, Coloma, Colombo, Colomer, Concepción, Concha, Conde, Condega, Condes, Conedo, Conejo, Congosto, Conte, Contreras, Corales, Corao, Cordeiro, Cordero, Cordido, Córdoba, Cordón, Cordonero, Córdova, Cordoze, Corea, Corella, Cornavaca, Cornejo, Corona, Coronado, Coronas, Coronel, Corrales, Correa, Corredera, Corro, Corta, Cortaberría, Cortés, Cortez, Cortinez, Cortissoz, Corvera, Cosio, Cosiol, Cosme, Cossio, Costa, Cotera, Coto, Crespo, Crispín, Crispino, Cruces, Cruz, Cuadra, Cuadrado, Cuan, Cuaresma, Cuarezma, Cuarta, Cubas, Cubenas, Cubero, Cubías, Cubias, Cubilla, Cubillo, Cubillos, Cubria, Cuebas, Cuellar, Cuéllar, Cuello, Cuenca, Cuendis, Cuernavaca, Cuervo, Cuesta, Cueva, Cuevas, Cuevillas, Cunill, Cunillera, Curbelo, Curco, Curdelo.
D. Da Costa, Da Silva, Dacosta, D’Acosta,Dalorso, Dalorzo, Dalsaso, Damaceno, Damito,Daniel, Daniels, Dapuerto, Dapueto,Darce, Darche,Darcia, Darío, Dasadre, Dasilva, Dávalos, David,Dávila, Davis, D’Avola, De Abate, De Aguilar, De Alba, De Alvarado, De Benedictis, De Briones, De Camino, De Castro, De Céspedes, De Espeleta, De Ezpeleta, De Falco, De Faria, De Franco, De Jesús, De Jorge, De Juana, De La Cruz, De La Cuesta,De La Espriella, De La Fuente, De La Garza, De La Guardia, De La Herran, De La Hormaza, De La Jara, De La Mata, De La Nuez, De La O, De La Osa, De La Ossa, De La Paz, De La Peña, De La Rocha, De La Rosa, De La Selva, De La Teja, De La Torre, De La Trava, De La Vega, De Largaespada, De Las Casas, De Las Cuevas, De Las Heras, De Lemos, De León, De Lev, De Lima, De López, De Luz, De Miguel, De Miranda, De Moya, De Odio, De Óleo, De Ona, De Oña, De Paco, De Paredes, De Pass, De Paz, De Pazos, De Pedro, De Pinedo, De Prado, De Rayo, De Sárraga, De Sá, De Trinidad, De Ureña, De Vega, De Yglesias, Del Barco, Del Barrio, Del Bello, Del Busto, Del Carmen, Del Castillo, Del Cid, Del Pilar, Del Pimo, Del Río, Del Risco, Del Socorro,Del Solar, Del Valle, Delatolla, Delgadillo, Delgado, Deliyore, Dellale, Dellanoce, Delso, Delvo, Dengo, Denis, Dennis, Detrinidad, Devanda, Devandas, Devoto, Dias, Díaz, Díez, Díjeres, Díjerez, Dimas, Dinares, Dinarte, Discua, Doblado, Dobles, Dodero, Dalmus, Dalmuz, Domingo, Domínguez, Donado, Donaire, Donato, Doña, Doñas, Donzón, Dorado, Dormos, Dormuz,Doryan, Duar, Duares, Duarte, Duartes, Duenas, Dueñas, Duque, Duque Estrada, Durall, Durán, Durante, Duval, Duvall, Duverrán.
E.Echandi, Echavarría, Echeverri, Echeverría, Eduarte, Egea, Elías, Eligia, Elizalde, Elizonda, Elizondo, Elmaleh, Emanuel, Enrique, Enriques, Enríquez, Eras, Erazo, Escabar, Escalante, Escamilla, Escarré, Escobar, Escobedo, Escocia, Escorriola, Escosia, Escoto, Escovar, Escribano, Escude, Escudero, España, Esparragó, Espelerta, Espeleta, Espinach, Espinal, Espinales, Espinar, Espino, Espinosa, Espinoza, Espitia, Esquivel, Esteban, Esteves, Estévez, Estrada, Estrella.
F.Faba, Fabara, Fabián, Fábrega, Fabregat,Fabres, Facio, Faerrón, Faeth, Faiges, Fait, Faith,Fajardo, Falco, Falcón, Falla, Fallas, Farach, Farah,Fargas, Farias, Farías, Faries, Fariña, Fariñas,Farrach, Farrer, Farrera, Farrier, Fatjo, Fatjó, Faundez, Faune, Fava, Fazio, Fermández, Fermán,Fernandes, Fernández, Fernando, Ferrada, Ferrán, Ferrando, Ferraro,Ferreira,Ferreiro, Ferrer, Ferrero, Ferris, Ferro, Ferros,Fiallos, Fictoria, Fidalgo,Fierro, Figueiredo, Figuer,Figueras, Figueres, Figueroa, Filomena, Fletes,Fletis, Flores, Fonseca, Font, Forero, Formoso, Fornaguera, Fraga,Fraguela,Francés, Frances, Francesa, Francia, Francis,Franco, Fray, Frayle, Freer,Freira, Fresno, Freyre, Frías,Frutos, Fuentes, Fumero, Funes, Funez, Fúnez,Fuscaldo, Fusco.
G. Gabriel, Gadea, Gaete, Gago, Gainza, Gaitán,Galacia, Galagarza, Galán, Galarza, Galaviz, Galba,Galcerán, Galeano, Galeas, Galeno, Galera,Galiana, Galiano, Galindo, Galino, Galiñanes, Gallardo, Gallegas, Gallegos, Gallo, Galo, Galtés,Galván, Gálvez, Galvis, Gamarra, Gamazo, Gambo,Gamboa, Gámez, Garay, Garayar, Garbanzo, Garcés, García, Gardela,Gargollo, Garino, Garita, Garmendia, Garner, Garnier, Garreta, Garrido, Garro,Garrón, Garza, Garzel, Garzón, Garzona, Gaspar, Gateno,Gateño, Gavarrete,Gavilán, Gaviria, Gavosto, Gayoso,Gaytán, Gazel, Gazo, Geoyenaga, Gil,Gillén, Gilles, Giral, Giraldo, Giraldt, Giralt, Giro, Girón, Gladis, Goches,Góchez, Godines, Godínez, Godoy, Goic, Goicoechea, Goicuria, Goldenberg,Golfín, Gomar, Gómez, Gomis, Gondres,Góndrez, Góngora, Gonzaga,Gonzales, González, Gonzalo, Goñi, Gordon, Górgona, Goyenaga, Gracía,Gracias,Gradis, Grajal, Grajales, Grajeda, Grana,Granada, Granados, Granda,Grandoso, Granera, Granizo, Granja, Graña, Gras, Grau, Greco, Greñas,Gridalva, Grigoyen, Grijalba, Grijalda, Grijalva, Grillo, Guadamuz, Guadrón,Guajardo, Guardado, Guardano, Guardia, Guardián, Guardiola, Guarín,Guasch, Gudino, Gudiño, Güel, Güell, Güendel, Güendell, Guerra, Guerrero,Guevara, Guido, Guie, Guier, Guifarro, Guilá, Guillarte, Guillén, Guillermet,Guillermo, Guilles, Güillies, Guillies, Guillis,Guilloch, Guiménez, Guindos,Guitiérrez, Guitta, Guix,Gulubay, Gunera, Guntanis, Gurdián, Gurrero,Gurrola, Gustavino, Gutiérrez, Guzmán.
H.Haba, Habibe, Haenz, Harrah, Hénchoz,Henríquez, Henrriquez, Herdocia, Heredia,Herencia, Heríquez, Hermann, Hermosilla, Hernández, Hernando, Hernánez, Herra, Herradora,Herrán, Herrera, Herrero, Hevia, Hidalgo, Hierro,Hincapié, Hinostroza, Horna, Hornedo, Huerta,Huertas, Huete, Huezo, Hurtado, Hurtecho.
I. Ibáñez, Ibarra, Ibarras, Icaza, Iglesias, Ilama,Incapié, Incer, Incera, Inceras, Inces, Infante,Iracheta, Iraheta, Irastorza, Irias, Iribar, Irigaray,Irola, Isaac, Isaacs, Israel, Ivañez, Izaba, Izaguirre,Izandra, Iznardo, Izquierdo, Izrael, Izurieta
J.Jácamo, Jacobo, Jácome, Jácomo, Jaen,Jáenz, Jara, Jaramillo, Jarquín, Jarrín, Jerano, Jerez,Jiménez, Jimera, Jinesta, Jirón, Joseph, Jovel,Juárez, Junco, Juncos, Jurado.
K. Kaminsky, Klein, Kuadra.
L.La Barca, Labra, Lacarez, Lacayo, Lafuente,Lago, Lagos, Laguardia, Laguna, Lain, Laine,Lainez, Laitano, Lamas, Lamela, Lamicq,Lamugue, Lamuza, Lancho, Lanco, Landazuri,Lández, Lanuza, Lanza, Lanzas, Lapeira, Laporte,Laprade, Lara, Lares, Largaespada, Largo, Larios,Larrabure, Larrad, Larragan,Larragán, Larraguivel, Lasa, Lasantas, Láscares,Láscarez, Láscaris, Lasso, Lastra, Lastreto, Latiff,Latino, Latorraca, Laurito,Laverde, Lázaro, Lázarus, Lázcares, Lazo, Lazzo, L’Calleja, Leal, Leandra,Leandro, Ledezma, Ledo, Leitón, Leiva, Lejarza, Lemmes,Lemos, Lemus,Lemuz, Leñero, León, Lépiz, Levi, Leytón, Leyva,Lezama, Lezana, Lezcano,Lhamas, Lieberman, Lima, Linares, Linarte,Lindo, Lines, Líos, Lira, Lizama,Lizana, Lizano, Lizarme, Llabona, Llach, Llado, Llamazares, Llamosas, Llano,Lanos, Llanten, Llaurado, Llerena, Llibre, Llinas, Llobet, Llobeth,Llorca, Llorella, Llorens, Llorente, Llosent, Lloser, Llovera, Llubere,Loáciga,Loáiciga, Loáisiga, Loaissa, Loaiza, Lobo,Loeb, Loew, Loinaz, Lombardo,Londoño, Lope,Lopes, Lopera, López, Lopezlage, Loprete, Lora, Loredo, Lorente,Lorenz, Lorenzana, Lorenzen, Lorenzo, Loría, Lorío, Lorio, Lorz, Losada,Losilla,Louk, Louzao, Loynaz, Loza, Lozano, Luarca, Lucas, Lucena,Lucero,Lucke, Lugo, Luis, Luján, Luna, Lunaza, Luque, Luquez.
M.Macaya, Macedo, Maceo, Machado, Machín, Machuca, Macia, Macias, Macías, Macís, Macre, Macrea, Madariaga, Maderos, Madinagoitia, Madrano, Madrid, Madriga, Madrigal, Madril, Madriz, Maduro, Magalhaes, Magallón, Magaña, Magdalena, Maguiña, Mahomar, Maikut, Maingot, Mairena, Maisonave, Maita, Majano, Majarres, Malaga, Maldonado, Malé, Malespín, Malestín, Maltés, Maltez, Malvarez, Manavella, Mancheno, Mancia, Mancía, Mandas, Mangaña, Mangas, Mangel, Manjarres, Mans, Mansalvo, Mansilla, Manso, Mantanero, Mantica, Mantilla, Manuel, Manzanal, Manzanares, Manzano, Manzur, Marabiaga, Maradiaga, Marbes, Marbis, Marcenaro, March, Marchena, Marcia, Marcías, Marcillo, Marcos, Mardones, Marenco, Margules, María, Marichal, Marín, Marinero, Marino, Mariñas, Mariño, Marot, Maroto, Marqués, Marquez, Marreco, Marrero, Marroquín, Marsell, Marte, Martell, Martén, Martens, Martí, Martin, Martínez, Martins, Marvez, Mas, Masía, Masís, Maso, Mason, Massuh, Mastache, Mata, Matamoros, Matarrita, Mate, Mateo, Matera, Mateus, Matías, Matos, Mattus, Mattuz, Matul, Matus, Matute, Maurel, Maurer, Mauricio, Mauro, Maynard, Maynaro, Maynart, Mayo, Mayor, Mayorga, Mayorquín, Mayre, Mayrena, Maza, Mazariegos, Mazas, Mazín, Mazón, Mazuque, Mazure, Medal, Mederano, Mederas, Medeiros, Medina, Medinilla, Medoza, Medrano, Meira, Mejía, Mejías, Melara, Meléndez, Melgar, Melgarrejo, Mellado, Melo, Membreño, Mena, Menayo, Menchaca, Mendea, Méndez, Mendiantuba, Mendieta, Mendiola, Mendives, Mendivil, Mendoza, Mendreño, Menéndez, Meneses, Menjibar, Menjivar, Menocal, Meono, Meoño, Merayo, Meraz, Merazo, Merazzo, Mercado, Mercelina, Mercer, Mergarejo, Mérida, Merino, Merizalde, Merlo, Mesa, Mesales, Mesalles, Meseguer, Mesén, Messeguer, M 95 Mestayer, Meszaros, Meza, Michelena, Michelino, Micillo, Miguez, Mijangos, Mijares, Milanés, Milano, Millet, Mina, Minas, Minero,Miño, Miqueo, Miraba, Miralles, Mirambell, Miramontes, Miranda, Miro, Mirquez, Mitja, Mitjavila, Mizrachi, Mojarro, Mojica, Molestina, Molian, Molín, Molina, Molinero, Molleda, Mollinedo, Mollo, Moncada, Mondol, Mondragón, Moneda, Moneiro, Monestel, Monga, Mongalo, Móngalo, Monge, Mongillo, Monguillo, Monjarres, Monjarrez, Monjica, Monserrat, Montagné, Montalbán, Montalbert, Montalto, Montalván, Montalvo, Montana, Montanaro, Montandón, Montano, Montealegre, Montealto, Montecino, Montecinos, Monteil, Montejo, Montenaro, Montenegro, Montero, Monterosa, Monteroza, Monterrey, Monterrosa, Monterroso, Montes, Monterinos, Monteverde, Montiel, Montier, Montoya, Monturiol, Mora, Moraes, Moraga, Morales, Morán, Morazán, Moreira, Morejón, Morena, Moreno, Morera, Moriano, Morice, Morillo, Morín, Moris, Morise, Moro, Morote, Moroto, Morraz, Morúa, Morún, Morux, Morvillo, Moscarella, Moscoa, Moscoso, Mosquera, Motta, Moxi, Moya, Mozquera, Mugica, Muiña, Muir, Mulato, Munera, Mungía, Munguía, Munive, Munizaga, Muñante, Muñiz, Muñoz, Murcia, Murgado, Murgas, Murias, Murillo, Murilo, Muro, Mussap, Mussapp, Mussio, Mustelier, Muxo.
N.Naim, Naira, Nájar,Nájares, Najarro, Nájera, Nájeres, Naranjo, Narvaes, Narváez, Nasralah, Nasso, Navaro, Navarrete, Navarrette, Navarro, Navas, Nayap, Nazario, Nema, Nemar, Neyra, Nieto, Nino, Niño, Noble, Noboa, Noel, Nogebro, Noguera, Nomberto, Nora, Noriega, Norza, Nova, Novales, Novo, Novoa, Nuevo, Nuez, Nunga, Núñez.
O.Obaldía, Obanbo, Obando, Obares, Obellón, Obon, Obrego, Obregón, Ocampo, Ocampos, Ocaña, Ocaño, Ocario, Ochoa, Ocón, Oconitrillo, Ode, Odio, Odir, Odóñez, Odor, Oduber, Oguilve, Ojeda, Okarlo, Okendo, Olarte, Olaso, Olaverri, Olazaba, Olguín, Oliva, Olivar, Olivares, Olivárez, Olivas, Oliver, Olivera, Oliverio, Olivier, Oliviera, Olivo, Oller, Olmeda, Olmedo, Olmo, Olmos, Omacell, Omodeo, Ondoy, Onetto, Oñate, Oñoro, Oporta, Oporto, Oquendo, Ora, Orama, Oramas, Orantes, Ordeñana, Ordoñes, Ordóñez, Orduz, Oreamuno, Oreas, Oreiro, Orella, Orellana, Orfila, Orias, Orios, Orjas, Orjuela, Orlich, Ormasis, Ormeño, Orna, Ornes, Orochena, Orocu, Orosco, Orozco, Ortega, Ortegón, Ortiz, Ortuño, Orve, Osante, Oseda, Osegueda, Osejo, Osequeda, Oses, Osorio, Osorno, Ospina, Ospino, Ossa, Otalvaro, Otárola, Otero, Oto, Otoya, Ovares, Ovarez, Oviedo, Ozerio, Ozores, Ozuno.
P.Pabón, Pacheco, Paco, Padilla, Páez, Paguaga, País, Países, Paiz, Pajuelo, Palacino, Palacio, Palacios, Palaco, Paladino, Palazuelos, Palencia, Palma, Palomar, Palomino, Palomo, Pamares, Pampillo, Pana, Pandolfo, Paniagua, Pantigoso, Pantoja, Paña, Papez, Parada, Parado, Parajeles, Parajón, Páramo, Pardo, Paredes, Pareja, Pares, París, Parra, Parrales, Parreaguirre, Parriles, Parrilla, Pasamontes, Pasapera, Pasos, Passapera, Pastor, Pastora, Pastrán, Pastrana, Pastrano, Patiño, Patricio, Paut, Pauth, Pavez, Pavón, Paz, Pazmiño, Pazos, Pedraza, Pedreira, Pedreiro, Pedroza, Peinador, Peinano, Peláez, Pellas, Pellecer, Pena, Penabad, Penado, Pendones, Penón, Penso, Peña, Peñaloza, Peñaranda, Peñas, Peñate, Penzo, Peñón, Peraldo, Perales, Peralta, Peraza, Perdomo, Perea, Perearnau, Pereira, Pereiras, Perera, Pereyra, Pérez, Perezache, Pergo, Pericón, Perla, Perlaza, Pessoa, Peynado, Peytrequín, Pezo, Picado, Picasso, Picavea, Pichardo, Pico, Picón, Piedra, Piedrafita, Pila, Pilarte, Pimente, Pina, Pinada, Pinagel, Pinagen, Pinar, Pincai, Pincay, Pinchinat, Pineda, Pinel, Pinell, Piney, Pinillos, Pinkay, Pino, Pintado, Pinto, Pinzas, Piña, Piñar, Piñate, Piñeiro, Piñeres, Pinzón, Pío, Pion, Piovano, Piovet, Pitalva, Piza, Pizarro, Pla, Plá, Placeres, Pláceres, Plácido, Placidón, Plaja, Platero, Poblador, Poblete, Pocasangre, Pochet, Podoy, Pokoy, Pol, Polamo, Polo, Polonio, Poma, Pomar, Pomareda, Pomares, Ponares, Ponce, Pontigo, Pool, Porat, Porquet, Porras, Porta, Portela, Porter,Portero, Portilla, Portillo, Portobanco, Portocarrera, Portugués, Portuguez, Posada, Posla, Poveda, Povedano, Pozo, Pozos, Pozuelo, Prada, Pradella, Pradilla, Prado, Prat, Pratt, Pravia, Prendas, Prendis, Pretiz, Prettel, Prieto, Prietto, Primante, Prior, Prioto, Privatt, Procupez, Puente, Puentes, Puertas, Puga, Puig, Pujo, Pujol, Pulido, Pulis, Pull, Pulles, Pupo, Purcallas.
Q.Quedo, Queralt, Queredo, Querra, Quesada, Quevedo, Quezada, Quiel, Quijada, Quijano, Quinaz, Quinde, Quino, Quintana, Quintanilla, Quinter, Quintero, Quinto, Quiñones, Quiñónez, Quirce, Quiroga, Quirós, Quiroz.
R.Raa, Raabe, Raba, Rabetta, Raga, Raigada, Raigosa, Ramírez, Ramón, Ramos, Randel, Randuro, Rangel, Raphael, Rauda, Raudes, Raudez, Raventos, Raventós, Raygada, Rayo, Rayos, Real, Reales, Reazco, Recinos, Recio, Redondo, Regaño, Regidor, Regueira, Regueyra, Reich, Reina, Renderos, Rendón, Reñazco, Repeto, Repetto, Requene, Requeno, Requeño, Rescia, Resenterra, Restrepo, Retana, Reuben, Revelo, Revilla, Revollar, Revollo, Rey, Reyes, Reyna, Riba, Ribas, Ribera, Ribero, Ricardo, Ricaurte, Riera, Rileva, Rincón, Río, Ríos, Riotte, Rivalta, Rivardo, Rivas, Rivel, Rivera, Rivero, Riverón, Riveros, Rizo, Roa, Roba, Robelo, Roble, Robles, Robleto, Roboz, Roca, Rocabado, Rocca, Roch, Rocha, Roda, Rodas, Rodesma, Rodesno, Rodezno, Rodó, Rodo, Rodrigo, Rodríguez, Roe, Roig, Rois, Rojas, Rojo, Roldán, Romagosa, Román, Romano, Romero, Roque, Rosa, Rosabal, Rosales, Rosas, Rouillón, Rovillón, Rovira, Roviralta, Roy, Royo, Roys, Rozados, Rozo, Ruano, Rubí, Rubia, Rubín, Rubino, Rubio, Rucavado, Rudín, Rueda, Rugama, Rugeles, Ruh, Ruilova, Ruin, Ruiz, Romoroso, Russo.
S.Saavedra, Saba, Sabah, Saballo, Saballos, Sabat, Sabate, Sabba, Sabín, Sabogal, Saborío, Saboz, Sacasa, Sacida, Sada, Sadaña, Sáenz, Saer, Saerron, Sáez, Safiano, Sage, Sagel, Sagot, Sagreda, Saguero, Sala, Salablanca, Salamanca, Salas, Salazar, Salbavarro, Salcedo, Salcino, Saldaña, Saldivar, Salgada, Salgado, Salguera, Salguero, Saliba, Salinas, Salmerón, Salmón, Salom, Salomón, Salumé, Salume, Salustro, Salvado, Salvatierra, Salvo, Samaniego, Sambrana, Samper, Samudio, Samuel, San Gil, San José, San Juan, San Martín, San Román, San Silvestre, Sanabria, Sanahuja, Saname, Sanamucia, Sanarrusia, Sánchez, Sancho, Sandí, Sandigo, Sandino, Sandoval, Sandria, Sandy, Sanga, Sangil, Sanjines, Sanjuan, Sansebastián, Sansilvestre, Sanson, Sansores, Santa Ana, Santa Cruz, Santa María, Santacruz, Santamaría, Santana, Santander, Santiago, Santibanes, Santiesteban, Santillán, Santín, Santisteban, Santoanastacio, Santos, Sanvicente, Sanz, Saraiva, Saravanja, Saravia, Sardinas, Sardiñas, Sariego, Sarmiento, Sárraga, Sarratea, Sarraulte, Sarria, Sas, Sasso, Satjo, Sauceda, Saucedo, Sauza, Savala, Savallos, Savedra, Savinón, Saxón, Sayaguez, Scriba, Seas, Seballos, Secades, Secaida, Seco, Sedano, Sedo, Segares, Segovia, Segreda, Segura, Sehezar, Selaya, Selles, Selva, Selvas, Semerawno, Semeraro, Sepúlveda, Sequeira, Sermeño, Serra, Serracín, Serrano, Serrato, Serraulte, Serru, Serrut, Servellón, Sevilla, Sevillano, Sibaja, Sierra, Sieza, Sigüenza, Siguenza, Siles, Siliezar, Silva, Silvera, Silvia, Simana, Simón, Sinchico, Sio, Sion, Siri, Sirias, Siverio, , Siz, Sobalvarro, Sobrado, Sojo, Sol, Solana, Solano, Solar, Solares, Solarte, Soldevilla, Solé, Solemne, Soler, Solera, Soley, Solís, Soliz, Solno, Solo, Solórzano, Soltero, Somarriba, Somarribas, Somoza, Soria, Sorio, Soro, Sorto, Sosa, Sossa, Sosto, Sotela,Sotelo, Sotillo, Soto, Sotomayor, Sotres, Souto, Soutullo, Sovalbarro, Soza, Suárez, Suazao, Suazo, Subia, Subiros, Subirós, Subisos, Succar, Sueiras, Suñer, Suñol, Surroca, Suyapa, Suzarte.
T.Tabah, Tabares, Tablada, Tabor, Tabora, Taborda, Taco, Tagarita, Tagarró, Tal, Talavera, Taleno, Tamara, Tamargo, Tamayo, Tames, Tanchez, Tanco, Tapia, Tapias, Taracena, Tardencilla, Tarjan, Tarrillo, Tasara, Tate, Tato, Tavares, Tedesco, Teherán, Teijeiro, Teixido, Tejada, Tejeda, Tejos, Tellería, Telles, Téllez, Tello, Tellos, Tencio, Tenorio, Terán, Tercero, Terrade, Terrientes, Terrin, Terrín, Thames, Theran, Thiel, Thiele, Thuel, Tíjeres, Tijerino, Tinoco, Toala, Tobal, Tobar, Tobe, Tobella, Tobín, Tobón, Toledo, Toletino, Tomas, Tomás, Tomeu, Toribio, Torijano, Tormo, Toro, Torralba, Torre, Torrealba, Torregresa, Torregroza, Torrente, Torrentes, Torres, Tórrez, Tortós, Tortosa, Toruño, Tosso, Touma, Toval, Tovar, Trala, Traña, Traures, Travierzo, Travieso, Trediño, Treguear, Trejos, Treminio, Treviño, Triana, Trigo, Triguel, Triguero, Trigueros, Trilite, Trimarco, Trimiño, Triquell, Tristán, Triunfo, Troche, Trocanis, Troncoso, Troya, Troyo, Troz, Trueba, Truffat, Trujillo, Trullas, Trullás, Truque, Tula, Turcio, Turcios.
U.Ubach, Ubao, Ubeda, Ubico, Ubilla, Ubisco, Ubizco, Ucanan, Ucañan, Ugalde, Ugarte, Ujueta, Ulacia, Ulate, Ulcigrai, Ulcigral, Ulecia, Uley, Ulibarri, Ulloa, Umaña, Umanzor, Ungar, Urain, Uralde, Urbano, Urbina, Urcuyo, Urdangarin, Urea, Urela, Ureña, Urgellés, Uriarte, Uribe, Uriel, Urieta, Uriza, Uroz, Urquiaga, Urra, Urraca, Urrea, Urroz, Urruela, Urrutia, Urtecho, Urunuela, Urzola, Usaga, Useda, Uva, Uveda, Uzaga, Uzcategui.
V.Vadivia, Vado, Valdelomar, Valderama, Valderrama, Valderramo, Valderramos, Valdés, Valdescastillo, Valdez, Valdiva, Valdivia, Valdivieso, Valencia, Valenciano, Valentín, Valenzuela, Valera, Valerín, Valerio, Vales, Valiente, Valladares, Vallarino, Vallcaneras, Valldeperas, Valle, Vallecillo, Vallecillos, Vallejo, Vallejos, Valles, Vallez, Valls, Vals, Valverde, Vanegas, Vaquerano, Vardesia, Varela, Varga, Vargas, Vargo, Varsi, Varsot, Vartanian, Varth, Vasco, Vasconcelos, Vasílica, Vásquez, Vassell, Vaz, Veas, Vedoba, Vedova, Vedoya, Vega, Vegas, Vela, Velarde, Velasco, Velásquez, Velazco, Velázquez, Vélez, Veliz, Venegas, Ventura, Vera, Verardo, Verastagui, Verdesia, Verdesoto, Vergara, Verguizas, Vertiz, Verzola, Vesco, Viales, Viana, Viatela, Vicario, Vicente, Vico, Víctor, Victores, Victoria, Vidaechea, Vidal, Vidales, Vidalón, Vidaorreta, Vidaurre, Videche, Vieira, Vieto, Vigil, Vigot, Vila, Vilaboa, Vilallobos, Vilanova, Vilaplana, Villar, Villareal, Villarebia, Villareiva, Villarreal, Villarroel, Villas, Villaseñor, Villasuso,Villatoro, Villaverde, Villavicencio, Villeda, Villegas, Villejas, Villena, Viloria, Vindas, Vindel, Vinueza, Viñas, Víquez, Viscaino, Viso, Vivallo, Vivas, Vivero, Vives, Vívez, Vivies, Vivó, Vizcaíno, Vizcayno.
W.Wainberg, Wolf.
Y.Yaacobi, Yanarella, Yanayaco, Yanes, Yepez, Yglesias, Yllanes, Yurica, Yzaguirre.
Z.Zabala, Zabaleta, Zabate, Zablah, Zacarías, Zacasa, Zalazar, Zaldivar, Zallas, Zambrana, Zambrano, Zamora, Zamorano, Zamudio, Zamuria, Zapata, Zaragoza, Zárate, Zarco, Zaror, Zarzosa, Zavala, Zavaleta, Zayas, Zayat, Zecca, Zedan, Zegarra, Zelada, Zelaya, Zeledón, Zepeda, Zetina, Zonta, Zoratte, Zuleta, Zumba, Zumbado, Zúñiga, Zunzunegui.  
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Este video esclarece y muestra la verdadera identificación de los judíos en España y su contribución positiva a la sociedad española ,a su cultura , a su espíritu humanista- La expulsión de los judíos fue un decisión trágica y errónea de los reyes católicos.


Como ejemplo, Monterrey fue fundado por Diego de Montemayor, y Carvajal y de la Cueva, que, según la historia, como tantos otros fueron ejecutados por la Santa Inquisición por hacerse pasar por católicos. A los sefardís se les llamaba marranos por la costumbre judía de no comer cerdo, y de no encender fuego en el Sabbat. La Nueva España, hoy México, en sus inicios fue uno de los lugares preferidos de destino de los sefardís. Los sefardís fueron una tremenda fuerza económica e ideológica pero los Reyes Católicos les dieron el ultimátum de convertirse al catolicismo o ser ejecutados y sus tierras y propiedades confiscadas. Lo más fácil era hacerse pasar por católico pero al seguir observando las costumbres hebreas se delataban. En México estos cripto-judios también sufrieron el despojo de sus bienes y las torturas y muertes más horribles (empalados, ahogados, mutilados, quemados).


YOLANDA MARÍN. 24.03.2014 – 14:43h PST 

Desde hace semanas circula por redes sociales y sitios de Internet una lista de apellidos judíos sefardíes que supuestamente les otorgaría a las personas que los tengan la nacionalidad española de forma automática. La noticia ha despertado curiosidad y esperanza en ciudadanos latinoamericanos que se han visto incluidos en el listado. Pero el Gobierno español ha confirmado a 20minutos que ese documento es falso.  Fuentes del Ministerio de Justicia han asegurado que este documento es apócrifo, ya que en ningún momento ha publicado un listado de apellidos oficial para poder acreditar la nacionalidad española. De hecho, aún ni se puede comenzar a tramitar porque únicamente es un anteproyecto de ley. Lo que sí es cierto es que existen planes para otorgar la nacionalidad española a los judíos sefardíes que reúnan ciertos requisitos. Pero tanto el Gobierno como asociaciones de ese colectivo han desmentido que el solo hecho de detentar alguno de los apellidos de ese listado haga a una persona candidata a esa nacionalidad. El Ministerio de Justicia español recomienda consultar su página web ante cualquier duda, “únicamente será oficial todo lo que salga en esta web”, señalaron.

Ver más en:http://www.20minutos.com/noticia/11970/0/listado-apellidos/judios-sefardies/ciudadania-espanola/#xtor=AD-1&xts=513357


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vie 21 mar 2014 20:18

El Gobierno de España publicó una lista de 5 mil 220 apellidos y nombre judíos que serán reconocidos tras más de 500 años de ser excluidos. Días atrás, el parlamento español comenzó una análisis para devolver la ciudadanía a los descendiente de los judíos expulsados en 1492.

Aquellos que acrediten tener dichos apellidos vivan o no en España, podrán obtener doble nacionalidad. “Aquellos ciudadanos extranjeros sefardíes que prueben dicha condición y su especial vinculación con nuestro país, aunque no tengan residencia legal en España, cualquiera sea su ideología, religión o creencias”, señala el artículo 23 del Código Civil.

A.Abad, Abadía, Abarca, Abastos, Abaunza, Abbot, Abdallá, Abdalah, Abdallah, Abdelnour,Abdo, Abea, Abel, Abela, Abelado, Abella,Abellán, Abendaño, Abou, Abraham, Abrahams, Abrahán, Abrego, Abreu, Abrigo, Abril, Abufelo, Abugadba, Aburto, Acabal, Acebal, Acedo, Acevedo, Acosta, Acuña, Adames, Adamis, Adanaque, Adanis, Adis, Aedo, Agababa, Agámez, Agayón, Agrazal, Agreda, Aguayo, Agudelo, Agüero, Aguiar, Aguilar, Aguilera, Aguiluz, Aguilve, Aguinaga, Aguirre, Agurto,Agustín, Ahuja, Ahumada, Aiello, Aiza, Aizprúa, Aizpurúa, Alache, Alama, Alan, Alani, Alanis, Alanís, Alaniz, Alarcón, Alas, Alavez, Alayón, Alba, Albarello, Albarracín, Albelo, Albenda, Alburola, Alcaíno, Alcanzar, Alcázar, Alcazar, Alcibar, Alcócer, Alcóser, Alcóver, Alcózer, Aldana, Aldaña, Aldapa, Aldecoba, Alderrama, Alegría, Alejos, Alemán, Alexander, Alexandre, Alfaro, Alfonso, Algaba, Alguera, Aliaga, Alicama, Alier, Alizaga, Allan, Allon, Alluín, Almanza, Almanzar, Almanzo, Almaraz, Almazan, Almeida, Almendares, Almendárez, Almendáriz, Almengor, Almonte, Aloisio, Aloma, Alomar, Alonso, Alonzo, Alpírez, Alpízar, Altamirano, Altenor, Alterno, Altino, Altonor, Alva, Alvarado, Alvarenga, Alvares, Álvarez, Alvaro, Alvear, Alverde, Alvergue, Alvir, Alzate, Amado, Amador, Amalla, Amaris, Amaya, Amor, Amora, Amores, Amoros, Ampie, Ampié, Ampiée, Ampiee, Anaya, Anchetta, Anchez, Anchía, Anchieta, Andia, Andino, Andrade, André, Andrés, Andujar, Andújar, Andujo, Angele, Angelini, Anglada, Angulo, Anice, Anjos, Ansorena, Antelo, Antero, Antezana, Antich, Antillón, Antón, Antúnez, Anzora, Aparicio, Apolinar, Apollonio, Aponte, Aquiles, Aquino, Aragón,Aragones, Aragonés, Araica, Arana, Arancibia, Aranda, Arando, Arango, Aranjo, Araque, Arata, Araujo, Araus, Arauz, Araya, Arbaiza, Arballo, Arbelo, Arbizu, Arbizú, Arboleda, Arburola, Arca, Arcarate, Arce, Arceyudh, Arceyut, Arceyuth, Arcia, Arcía, Arciniegas, Ardila, Ardín, Ardón, Ardonnix, Areas, Arellano, Arena, Arenas, Arévalo, Argudo, Arguedas, Argüelles, Argüello, Argueta, Arguijo, Arias, Ariasdes, Arica, Arie, Ariño, Arispe, Arista, Ariza, Arjona, Armada, Armas, Armenta, Armento, Armeras, Armesto, Armijo, Arnáez, Arnau, Arnesto, Anuelo, Arnuero, Arone, Arosemena, Arquín, Arrazola, Arrea, Arredondo, Arreola, Arriaga, Arriagada, Arrieta, Arriola, Arrocha, Arroliga, Arrollo, Arrone, Arrones, Arronés, Arronez, Arronis, Arroniz, Arroyave, Arroyo, Arrubla, Artavia, Arteaga, Artecona, Artiaga, Artiga, Artiles, Artiñano, Artola, Artolozaga, Aruj, Aruizu, Arze, Arzola, Ascante, Ascencio, Asch, Asencio, Asero, Así, Asís, Aspirita, Astacio, Astete, Astorga, Astorquiza, Astúa, Asturias, Asunción, Asusema, Atehortúa, Atein, Atencio, Atensio, Atiensa, Atienza, Augusto, Ávalos, Avelar, Avellán, Avendaño, Ávila, Avilés, Avilez, Ayala, Ayales, Ayara, Ayarza, Aybar, Aycinena, Ayerdis, Aymerich, Azar, Azaria, Asofeifa, Azqueta, Azua, Azúa, Azuar, Azucena, Azul, Azuola, Azurdia.

B. Babb, Babar, Baca, Bacca, Bacigalupo, Badilla, Bado, Báez, Baeza, Baidal, Bairnales, Baizan, Bajarano, Balarezo, Baldares, Balday,Baldelomar, Balderas, Balderrama, Balderramos,Baldí, Baldi, Baldioceda, Baldivia, Baldizón,Balladares, Ballar, Ballard, Ballester, Ballestero,Ballesteros, Ballón, Balma, Balmaceda, Balmacera,Balon, Balser, Baltodano, Banegas, Banet, Banilla, Baños, Bañuelos,
Baquedano, Baquero, Baradín, Baraen, Barahoma, Barahona, Barajas,Baraquiso, Barat, Barba, Barbagallo, Barbagebra, Bárbara, Barbena, Barben,Barberena, Barbosa, Barboza, Barcelas, Barcelata, Barcenas, Barcia, Bardayan,Barguil, Barillas, Barletta, Baro, Barón, Barquedano, Barquero, Barquette, Barra, Barracosa, Barrante, Barrantes, Barraza, Barreda, Barrenechea, Barrera,Barrero, Barreto, Barrias, Barrientos, Barriga, Barrio, Barrionuevo, Barrios,Barroso, Barrot, Barrott, Barrundia, Barsallo, Bart, Bartal, Barteles, Bartels,Barth, Barvas, Baruch, Basadre, Basán, Basilio, Basti, Bastida, Bastos, Bastti,Batalla, Batán, Batista, Batres, Bautista, Bauzid, Baviera, Bayo, Bazán, Bazo,Beatriz, Becancur, Becerra, Becerril, Bedolla, Bedoya, Beeche, Beeché,Beingolea, Beita, Bejarano, Bejos, Bel, Belette, Belgrave, Bellanero, Bellido,Bello, Belloso, Belmonte, Beltrán, Beltre, Benach, Benambourg, Benambugr,Benambur, Benavente, Benavides, Benavídez, Benda, Bendaña, Bendig,Bendij, Benedictis, Beneditt, Benevides, Bengoechea, Benites, Benítez, Benito,Benzón, Berasaluce, Berciano, Berdasco, Berdugo, Berenzón, Bermejo,Bermeo, Bermudes, Bermúdez, Bernadas, Bernal, Bernardo, Bernat, Berrios,Berríos, Berrocal, Berrón, Bertel, Bertrán, Betancort, Bentancourt,Betancourth, Betancur, Betancurt, Beter, Beteta, Bethancourt, Betrano, Better,Biamonte, Binda, Blanco, Blandino, Blando, Blandón, Blau, Blum, Bobadilla,Bodán, Bogán, Bogantes, Bogarín, Bohorguez, Bohorquez, Bojorge, Bolaños,Bolívar, Bonice, Boniche, Bonichi, Bonilla, Borbas, Borbón, Borda, Bordallo,Borge, Borges, Borja, Borjas, Borjes, Borloz, Borras, Borrasé, Borredo,Borrero, Bosque, Botero, Boza, Bran, Bravia, Bravo, Brenes, Breve, Briceño,Brilla, Briones, Brito, Brizeño,Brizuela, Buencamino, Buendía, Bueno, Bueso,Buezo, Buga, Bugarín, Bugat, Bugria, Burgos, Burguera, Burgues, Burillo,Busano, Bustamante, Bustillo, Bustillos, Busto, Bustos, Buzano, Buzeta, Buzo.
C. Caamano, Caamaño, Cabada, Cabadianes, Cabal, Cabalceta, Caballero, Cabana, Cabaña, Cabeza, Cabezas, Cabistán, Cabral, Cabrera, Cabrerizo, Cáceres, Cadenas, Cadet, Cageao,Caicedo, Cairol, Cajas, Cajiao, Cajina, Cala, Calatayud, Calazán, Calcáneo, Caldas, Caldera, Calderón, Calero, Caliva, Calix, Calle, Calleja, Callejas, Callejo, Calles, Calvo, Calzada, Camacho, Camaño, Camarena, Camareno, Camarillo,Cambronero, Camona, Campabadal, Campabadall, Campodónico, Campos, Canales, Canalias, Canas, Candamo, Candelaria, Candelario, Canejo, Canessa, Canet, Canetta, Canizales, Canizález, Canizares, Canno, Cano, Canossa, Cantarero, Cantero, Cantillano, Canto, Cantón, Cañas, Cañizales, Cañizález, Capón, Carabaguias, Carabaguiaz, Caranza, Caravaca, Carazo, Carbalda, Carballo,Carbonell, Carbonero, Carcache, Carcachi, Cárcamo, Carcedo, Carcía, Cárdenas, Cárdenes, Cardona, Cardos, Cardoso, Cardoza, Cardoze, Cares, Carias, Caridad, Carit, Carlos, Carmiol, Carmona, Carnero, Caro, Carpio, Carranza, Carrasco, Carrasquilla, Carreño, Carrera, Carreras, Carrillo, Carrión, Carrizo, Carro, Cartagena, Cartago, Cartín, Carvajal, Carvalho, Carvallo, Casa, Casaca, Casafont, Casal, Casanova, Casañas, Cásares, Casas, Casasnovas, Casasola, Cascante, Casco, Casorla, Cassasola, Cásseres, Castaneda, Castañeda, Castañedas, Castaño, Castañón, Castaños, Castelán, Castellano, Castellanos, Castellón, Casteñeda, Castiblanco, Castilla, Castillo, Castro, Catania, Cateres, Catón, Cavalceta, Cavaller, Cavallo, Cavanillas, Cavazos, Cavero, Cazanga, Ceba, Ceballos, Ceciliano, Cedeño, Cejudo, Celada, Celedón, Celís, Centella, Centeno, Cepeda, Cerceño, Cerda, Cerdas, Cerna, Cernas, Cerón, Cerpas, Cerros, Cervantes, Cervilla, Céspedes, Cevallos, Cevedo, Cevilla, Chabrol, Chacón, Chamarro, Chamorro, Chanquín, Chanta, C 84 Chanto, Chavarría, Chavera, Chaverri, Chaves, Chávez, Chavira, Cheves, Chévez, Chica, Chicaiza, Chicas, Chilquillo, Chinchilla, Chinchillo, Chirino, Chirinos, Chocano, Choza, Cid, Cifuentes, Cintrón, Cisar, Cisne, Cisnero, Cisneros, Cisternas, Claro, Cleves, Cobaleda, Coe, Coello, Coen, Cohen, Coles, Colina, Colindres, Collado, Collina, Colom, Coloma, Colombo, Colomer, Concepción, Concha, Conde, Condega, Condes, Conedo, Conejo, Congosto, Conte, Contreras, Corales, Corao, Cordeiro, Cordero, Cordido, Córdoba, Cordón, Cordonero, Córdova, Cordoze, Corea, Corella, Cornavaca, Cornejo, Corona, Coronado, Coronas, Coronel, Corrales, Correa, Corredera, Corro, Corta, Cortaberría, Cortés, Cortez, Cortinez, Cortissoz, Corvera, Cosio, Cosiol, Cosme, Cossio, Costa, Cotera, Coto, Crespo, Crispín, Crispino, Cruces, Cruz, Cuadra, Cuadrado, Cuan, Cuaresma, Cuarezma, Cuarta, Cubas, Cubenas, Cubero, Cubías, Cubias, Cubilla, Cubillo, Cubillos, Cubria, Cuebas, Cuellar, Cuéllar, Cuello, Cuenca, Cuendis, Cuernavaca, Cuervo, Cuesta, Cueva, Cuevas, Cuevillas, Cunill, Cunillera, Curbelo, Curco, Curdelo.
D. Da Costa, Da Silva, Dacosta, D’Acosta,Dalorso, Dalorzo, Dalsaso, Damaceno, Damito,Daniel, Daniels, Dapuerto, Dapueto,Darce, Darche,Darcia, Darío, Dasadre, Dasilva, Dávalos, David,Dávila, Davis, D’Avola, De Abate, De Aguilar, De Alba, De Alvarado, De Benedictis, De Briones, De Camino, De Castro, De Céspedes, De Espeleta, De Ezpeleta, De Falco, De Faria, De Franco, De Jesús, De Jorge, De Juana, De La Cruz, De La Cuesta,De La Espriella, De La Fuente, De La Garza, De La Guardia, De La Herran, De La Hormaza, De La Jara, De La Mata, De La Nuez, De La O, De La Osa, De La Ossa, De La Paz, De La Peña, De La Rocha, De La Rosa, De La Selva, De La Teja, De La Torre, De La Trava, De La Vega, De Largaespada, De Las Casas, De Las Cuevas, De Las Heras, De Lemos, De León, De Lev, De Lima, De López, De Luz, De Miguel, De Miranda, De Moya, De Odio, De Óleo, De Ona, De Oña, De Paco, De Paredes, De Pass, De Paz, De Pazos, De Pedro, De Pinedo, De Prado, De Rayo, De Sárraga, De Sá, De Trinidad, De Ureña, De Vega, De Yglesias, Del Barco, Del Barrio, Del Bello, Del Busto, Del Carmen, Del Castillo, Del Cid, Del Pilar, Del Pimo, Del Río, Del Risco, Del Socorro,Del Solar, Del Valle, Delatolla, Delgadillo, Delgado, Deliyore, Dellale, Dellanoce, Delso, Delvo, Dengo, Denis, Dennis, Detrinidad, Devanda, Devandas, Devoto, Dias, Díaz, Díez, Díjeres, Díjerez, Dimas, Dinares, Dinarte, Discua, Doblado, Dobles, Dodero, Dalmus, Dalmuz, Domingo, Domínguez, Donado, Donaire, Donato, Doña, Doñas, Donzón, Dorado, Dormos, Dormuz,Doryan, Duar, Duares, Duarte, Duartes, Duenas, Dueñas, Duque, Duque Estrada, Durall, Durán, Durante, Duval, Duvall, Duverrán.
E.Echandi, Echavarría, Echeverri, Echeverría, Eduarte, Egea, Elías, Eligia, Elizalde, Elizonda, Elizondo, Elmaleh, Emanuel, Enrique, Enriques, Enríquez, Eras, Erazo, Escabar, Escalante, Escamilla, Escarré, Escobar, Escobedo, Escocia, Escorriola, Escosia, Escoto, Escovar, Escribano, Escude, Escudero, España, Esparragó, Espelerta, Espeleta, Espinach, Espinal, Espinales, Espinar, Espino, Espinosa, Espinoza, Espitia, Esquivel, Esteban, Esteves, Estévez, Estrada, Estrella.
F.Faba, Fabara, Fabián, Fábrega, Fabregat,Fabres, Facio, Faerrón, Faeth, Faiges, Fait, Faith,Fajardo, Falco, Falcón, Falla, Fallas, Farach, Farah,Fargas, Farias, Farías, Faries, Fariña, Fariñas,Farrach, Farrer, Farrera, Farrier, Fatjo, Fatjó, Faundez, Faune, Fava, Fazio, Fermández, Fermán,Fernandes, Fernández, Fernando, Ferrada, Ferrán, Ferrando, Ferraro,Ferreira,Ferreiro, Ferrer, Ferrero, Ferris, Ferro, Ferros,Fiallos, Fictoria, Fidalgo,Fierro, Figueiredo, Figuer,Figueras, Figueres, Figueroa, Filomena, Fletes,Fletis, Flores, Fonseca, Font, Forero, Formoso, Fornaguera, Fraga,Fraguela,Francés, Frances, Francesa, Francia, Francis,Franco, Fray, Frayle, Freer,Freira, Fresno, Freyre, Frías,Frutos, Fuentes, Fumero, Funes, Funez, Fúnez,Fuscaldo, Fusco.
G. Gabriel, Gadea, Gaete, Gago, Gainza, Gaitán,Galacia, Galagarza, Galán, Galarza, Galaviz, Galba,Galcerán, Galeano, Galeas, Galeno, Galera,Galiana, Galiano, Galindo, Galino, Galiñanes, Gallardo, Gallegas, Gallegos, Gallo, Galo, Galtés,Galván, Gálvez, Galvis, Gamarra, Gamazo, Gambo,Gamboa, Gámez, Garay, Garayar, Garbanzo, Garcés, García, Gardela,Gargollo, Garino, Garita, Garmendia, Garner, Garnier, Garreta, Garrido, Garro,Garrón, Garza, Garzel, Garzón, Garzona, Gaspar, Gateno,Gateño, Gavarrete,Gavilán, Gaviria, Gavosto, Gayoso,Gaytán, Gazel, Gazo, Geoyenaga, Gil,Gillén, Gilles, Giral, Giraldo, Giraldt, Giralt, Giro, Girón, Gladis, Goches,Góchez, Godines, Godínez, Godoy, Goic, Goicoechea, Goicuria, Goldenberg,Golfín, Gomar, Gómez, Gomis, Gondres,Góndrez, Góngora, Gonzaga,Gonzales, González, Gonzalo, Goñi, Gordon, Górgona, Goyenaga, Gracía,Gracias,Gradis, Grajal, Grajales, Grajeda, Grana,Granada, Granados, Granda,Grandoso, Granera, Granizo, Granja, Graña, Gras, Grau, Greco, Greñas,Gridalva, Grigoyen, Grijalba, Grijalda, Grijalva, Grillo, Guadamuz, Guadrón,Guajardo, Guardado, Guardano, Guardia, Guardián, Guardiola, Guarín,Guasch, Gudino, Gudiño, Güel, Güell, Güendel, Güendell, Guerra, Guerrero,Guevara, Guido, Guie, Guier, Guifarro, Guilá, Guillarte, Guillén, Guillermet,Guillermo, Guilles, Güillies, Guillies, Guillis,Guilloch, Guiménez, Guindos,Guitiérrez, Guitta, Guix,Gulubay, Gunera, Guntanis, Gurdián, Gurrero,Gurrola, Gustavino, Gutiérrez, Guzmán.
H.Haba, Habibe, Haenz, Harrah, Hénchoz,Henríquez, Henrriquez, Herdocia, Heredia,Herencia, Heríquez, Hermann, Hermosilla, Hernández, Hernando, Hernánez, Herra, Herradora,Herrán, Herrera, Herrero, Hevia, Hidalgo, Hierro,Hincapié, Hinostroza, Horna, Hornedo, Huerta,Huertas, Huete, Huezo, Hurtado, Hurtecho.
I. Ibáñez, Ibarra, Ibarras, Icaza, Iglesias, Ilama,Incapié, Incer, Incera, Inceras, Inces, Infante,Iracheta, Iraheta, Irastorza, Irias, Iribar, Irigaray,Irola, Isaac, Isaacs, Israel, Ivañez, Izaba, Izaguirre,Izandra, Iznardo, Izquierdo, Izrael, Izurieta
J.Jácamo, Jacobo, Jácome, Jácomo, Jaen,Jáenz, Jara, Jaramillo, Jarquín, Jarrín, Jerano, Jerez,Jiménez, Jimera, Jinesta, Jirón, Joseph, Jovel,Juárez, Junco, Juncos, Jurado.
K. Kaminsky, Klein, Kuadra.
L.La Barca, Labra, Lacarez, Lacayo, Lafuente,Lago, Lagos, Laguardia, Laguna, Lain, Laine,Lainez, Laitano, Lamas, Lamela, Lamicq,Lamugue, Lamuza, Lancho, Lanco, Landazuri,Lández, Lanuza, Lanza, Lanzas, Lapeira, Laporte,Laprade, Lara, Lares, Largaespada, Largo, Larios,Larrabure, Larrad, Larragan,Larragán, Larraguivel, Lasa, Lasantas, Láscares,Láscarez, Láscaris, Lasso, Lastra, Lastreto, Latiff,Latino, Latorraca, Laurito,Laverde, Lázaro, Lázarus, Lázcares, Lazo, Lazzo, L’Calleja, Leal, Leandra,Leandro, Ledezma, Ledo, Leitón, Leiva, Lejarza, Lemmes,Lemos, Lemus,Lemuz, Leñero, León, Lépiz, Levi, Leytón, Leyva,Lezama, Lezana, Lezcano,Lhamas, Lieberman, Lima, Linares, Linarte,Lindo, Lines, Líos, Lira, Lizama,Lizana, Lizano, Lizarme, Llabona, Llach, Llado, Llamazares, Llamosas, Llano,Lanos, Llanten, Llaurado, Llerena, Llibre, Llinas, Llobet, Llobeth,Llorca, Llorella, Llorens, Llorente, Llosent, Lloser, Llovera, Llubere,Loáciga,Loáiciga, Loáisiga, Loaissa, Loaiza, Lobo,Loeb, Loew, Loinaz, Lombardo,Londoño, Lope,Lopes, Lopera, López, Lopezlage, Loprete, Lora, Loredo, Lorente,Lorenz, Lorenzana, Lorenzen, Lorenzo, Loría, Lorío, Lorio, Lorz, Losada,Losilla,Louk, Louzao, Loynaz, Loza, Lozano, Luarca, Lucas, Lucena,Lucero,Lucke, Lugo, Luis, Luján, Luna, Lunaza, Luque, Luquez.
M.Macaya, Macedo, Maceo, Machado, Machín, Machuca, Macia, Macias, Macías, Macís, Macre, Macrea, Madariaga, Maderos, Madinagoitia, Madrano, Madrid, Madriga, Madrigal, Madril, Madriz, Maduro, Magalhaes, Magallón, Magaña, Magdalena, Maguiña, Mahomar, Maikut, Maingot, Mairena, Maisonave, Maita, Majano, Majarres, Malaga, Maldonado, Malé, Malespín, Malestín, Maltés, Maltez, Malvarez, Manavella, Mancheno, Mancia, Mancía, Mandas, Mangaña, Mangas, Mangel, Manjarres, Mans, Mansalvo, Mansilla, Manso, Mantanero, Mantica, Mantilla, Manuel, Manzanal, Manzanares, Manzano, Manzur, Marabiaga, Maradiaga, Marbes, Marbis, Marcenaro, March, Marchena, Marcia, Marcías, Marcillo, Marcos, Mardones, Marenco, Margules, María, Marichal, Marín, Marinero, Marino, Mariñas, Mariño, Marot, Maroto, Marqués, Marquez, Marreco, Marrero, Marroquín, Marsell, Marte, Martell, Martén, Martens, Martí, Martin, Martínez, Martins, Marvez, Mas, Masía, Masís, Maso, Mason, Massuh, Mastache, Mata, Matamoros, Matarrita, Mate, Mateo, Matera, Mateus, Matías, Matos, Mattus, Mattuz, Matul, Matus, Matute, Maurel, Maurer, Mauricio, Mauro, Maynard, Maynaro, Maynart, Mayo, Mayor, Mayorga, Mayorquín, Mayre, Mayrena, Maza, Mazariegos, Mazas, Mazín, Mazón, Mazuque, Mazure, Medal, Mederano, Mederas, Medeiros, Medina, Medinilla, Medoza, Medrano, Meira, Mejía, Mejías, Melara, Meléndez, Melgar, Melgarrejo, Mellado, Melo, Membreño, Mena, Menayo, Menchaca, Mendea, Méndez, Mendiantuba, Mendieta, Mendiola, Mendives, Mendivil, Mendoza, Mendreño, Menéndez, Meneses, Menjibar, Menjivar, Menocal, Meono, Meoño, Merayo, Meraz, Merazo, Merazzo, Mercado, Mercelina, Mercer, Mergarejo, Mérida, Merino, Merizalde, Merlo, Mesa, Mesales, Mesalles, Meseguer, Mesén, Messeguer, M 95 Mestayer, Meszaros, Meza, Michelena, Michelino, Micillo, Miguez, Mijangos, Mijares, Milanés, Milano, Millet, Mina, Minas, Minero,Miño, Miqueo, Miraba, Miralles, Mirambell, Miramontes, Miranda, Miro, Mirquez, Mitja, Mitjavila, Mizrachi, Mojarro, Mojica, Molestina, Molian, Molín, Molina, Molinero, Molleda, Mollinedo, Mollo, Moncada, Mondol, Mondragón, Moneda, Moneiro, Monestel, Monga, Mongalo, Móngalo, Monge, Mongillo, Monguillo, Monjarres, Monjarrez, Monjica, Monserrat, Montagné, Montalbán, Montalbert, Montalto, Montalván, Montalvo, Montana, Montanaro, Montandón, Montano, Montealegre, Montealto, Montecino, Montecinos, Monteil, Montejo, Montenaro, Montenegro, Montero, Monterosa, Monteroza, Monterrey, Monterrosa, Monterroso, Montes, Monterinos, Monteverde, Montiel, Montier, Montoya, Monturiol, Mora, Moraes, Moraga, Morales, Morán, Morazán, Moreira, Morejón, Morena, Moreno, Morera, Moriano, Morice, Morillo, Morín, Moris, Morise, Moro, Morote, Moroto, Morraz, Morúa, Morún, Morux, Morvillo, Moscarella, Moscoa, Moscoso, Mosquera, Motta, Moxi, Moya, Mozquera, Mugica, Muiña, Muir, Mulato, Munera, Mungía, Munguía, Munive, Munizaga, Muñante, Muñiz, Muñoz, Murcia, Murgado, Murgas, Murias, Murillo, Murilo, Muro, Mussap, Mussapp, Mussio, Mustelier, Muxo.
N.Naim, Naira, Nájar,Nájares, Najarro, Nájera, Nájeres, Naranjo, Narvaes, Narváez, Nasralah, Nasso, Navaro, Navarrete, Navarrette, Navarro, Navas, Nayap, Nazario, Nema, Nemar, Neyra, Nieto, Nino, Niño, Noble, Noboa, Noel, Nogebro, Noguera, Nomberto, Nora, Noriega, Norza, Nova, Novales, Novo, Novoa, Nuevo, Nuez, Nunga, Núñez.
O.Obaldía, Obanbo, Obando, Obares, Obellón, Obon, Obrego, Obregón, Ocampo, Ocampos, Ocaña, Ocaño, Ocario, Ochoa, Ocón, Oconitrillo, Ode, Odio, Odir, Odóñez, Odor, Oduber, Oguilve, Ojeda, Okarlo, Okendo, Olarte, Olaso, Olaverri, Olazaba, Olguín, Oliva, Olivar, Olivares, Olivárez, Olivas, Oliver, Olivera, Oliverio, Olivier, Oliviera, Olivo, Oller, Olmeda, Olmedo, Olmo, Olmos, Omacell, Omodeo, Ondoy, Onetto, Oñate, Oñoro, Oporta, Oporto, Oquendo, Ora, Orama, Oramas, Orantes, Ordeñana, Ordoñes, Ordóñez, Orduz, Oreamuno, Oreas, Oreiro, Orella, Orellana, Orfila, Orias, Orios, Orjas, Orjuela, Orlich, Ormasis, Ormeño, Orna, Ornes, Orochena, Orocu, Orosco, Orozco, Ortega, Ortegón, Ortiz, Ortuño, Orve, Osante, Oseda, Osegueda, Osejo, Osequeda, Oses, Osorio, Osorno, Ospina, Ospino, Ossa, Otalvaro, Otárola, Otero, Oto, Otoya, Ovares, Ovarez, Oviedo, Ozerio, Ozores, Ozuno.
P.Pabón, Pacheco, Paco, Padilla, Páez, Paguaga, País, Países, Paiz, Pajuelo, Palacino, Palacio, Palacios, Palaco, Paladino, Palazuelos, Palencia, Palma, Palomar, Palomino, Palomo, Pamares, Pampillo, Pana, Pandolfo, Paniagua, Pantigoso, Pantoja, Paña, Papez, Parada, Parado, Parajeles, Parajón, Páramo, Pardo, Paredes, Pareja, Pares, París, Parra, Parrales, Parreaguirre, Parriles, Parrilla, Pasamontes, Pasapera, Pasos, Passapera, Pastor, Pastora, Pastrán, Pastrana, Pastrano, Patiño, Patricio, Paut, Pauth, Pavez, Pavón, Paz, Pazmiño, Pazos, Pedraza, Pedreira, Pedreiro, Pedroza, Peinador, Peinano, Peláez, Pellas, Pellecer, Pena, Penabad, Penado, Pendones, Penón, Penso, Peña, Peñaloza, Peñaranda, Peñas, Peñate, Penzo, Peñón, Peraldo, Perales, Peralta, Peraza, Perdomo, Perea, Perearnau, Pereira, Pereiras, Perera, Pereyra, Pérez, Perezache, Pergo, Pericón, Perla, Perlaza, Pessoa, Peynado, Peytrequín, Pezo, Picado, Picasso, Picavea, Pichardo, Pico, Picón, Piedra, Piedrafita, Pila, Pilarte, Pimente, Pina, Pinada, Pinagel, Pinagen, Pinar, Pincai, Pincay, Pinchinat, Pineda, Pinel, Pinell, Piney, Pinillos, Pinkay, Pino, Pintado, Pinto, Pinzas, Piña, Piñar, Piñate, Piñeiro, Piñeres, Pinzón, Pío, Pion, Piovano, Piovet, Pitalva, Piza, Pizarro, Pla, Plá, Placeres, Pláceres, Plácido, Placidón, Plaja, Platero, Poblador, Poblete, Pocasangre, Pochet, Podoy, Pokoy, Pol, Polamo, Polo, Polonio, Poma, Pomar, Pomareda, Pomares, Ponares, Ponce, Pontigo, Pool, Porat, Porquet, Porras, Porta, Portela, Porter,Portero, Portilla, Portillo, Portobanco, Portocarrera, Portugués, Portuguez, Posada, Posla, Poveda, Povedano, Pozo, Pozos, Pozuelo, Prada, Pradella, Pradilla, Prado, Prat, Pratt, Pravia, Prendas, Prendis, Pretiz, Prettel, Prieto, Prietto, Primante, Prior, Prioto, Privatt, Procupez, Puente, Puentes, Puertas, Puga, Puig, Pujo, Pujol, Pulido, Pulis, Pull, Pulles, Pupo, Purcallas.
Q.Quedo, Queralt, Queredo, Querra, Quesada, Quevedo, Quezada, Quiel, Quijada, Quijano, Quinaz, Quinde, Quino, Quintana, Quintanilla, Quinter, Quintero, Quinto, Quiñones, Quiñónez, Quirce, Quiroga, Quirós, Quiroz.
R.Raa, Raabe, Raba, Rabetta, Raga, Raigada, Raigosa, Ramírez, Ramón, Ramos, Randel, Randuro, Rangel, Raphael, Rauda, Raudes, Raudez, Raventos, Raventós, Raygada, Rayo, Rayos, Real, Reales, Reazco, Recinos, Recio, Redondo, Regaño, Regidor, Regueira, Regueyra, Reich, Reina, Renderos, Rendón, Reñazco, Repeto, Repetto, Requene, Requeno, Requeño, Rescia, Resenterra, Restrepo, Retana, Reuben, Revelo, Revilla, Revollar, Revollo, Rey, Reyes, Reyna, Riba, Ribas, Ribera, Ribero, Ricardo, Ricaurte, Riera, Rileva, Rincón, Río, Ríos, Riotte, Rivalta, Rivardo, Rivas, Rivel, Rivera, Rivero, Riverón, Riveros, Rizo, Roa, Roba, Robelo, Roble, Robles, Robleto, Roboz, Roca, Rocabado, Rocca, Roch, Rocha, Roda, Rodas, Rodesma, Rodesno, Rodezno, Rodó, Rodo, Rodrigo, Rodríguez, Roe, Roig, Rois, Rojas, Rojo, Roldán, Romagosa, Román, Romano, Romero, Roque, Rosa, Rosabal, Rosales, Rosas, Rouillón, Rovillón, Rovira, Roviralta, Roy, Royo, Roys, Rozados, Rozo, Ruano, Rubí, Rubia, Rubín, Rubino, Rubio, Rucavado, Rudín, Rueda, Rugama, Rugeles, Ruh, Ruilova, Ruin, Ruiz, Romoroso, Russo.
S.Saavedra, Saba, Sabah, Saballo, Saballos, Sabat, Sabate, Sabba, Sabín, Sabogal, Saborío, Saboz, Sacasa, Sacida, Sada, Sadaña, Sáenz, Saer, Saerron, Sáez, Safiano, Sage, Sagel, Sagot, Sagreda, Saguero, Sala, Salablanca, Salamanca, Salas, Salazar, Salbavarro, Salcedo, Salcino, Saldaña, Saldivar, Salgada, Salgado, Salguera, Salguero, Saliba, Salinas, Salmerón, Salmón, Salom, Salomón, Salumé, Salume, Salustro, Salvado, Salvatierra, Salvo, Samaniego, Sambrana, Samper, Samudio, Samuel, San Gil, San José, San Juan, San Martín, San Román, San Silvestre, Sanabria, Sanahuja, Saname, Sanamucia, Sanarrusia, Sánchez, Sancho, Sandí, Sandigo, Sandino, Sandoval, Sandria, Sandy, Sanga, Sangil, Sanjines, Sanjuan, Sansebastián, Sansilvestre, Sanson, Sansores, Santa Ana, Santa Cruz, Santa María, Santacruz, Santamaría, Santana, Santander, Santiago, Santibanes, Santiesteban, Santillán, Santín, Santisteban, Santoanastacio, Santos, Sanvicente, Sanz, Saraiva, Saravanja, Saravia, Sardinas, Sardiñas, Sariego, Sarmiento, Sárraga, Sarratea, Sarraulte, Sarria, Sas, Sasso, Satjo, Sauceda, Saucedo, Sauza, Savala, Savallos, Savedra, Savinón, Saxón, Sayaguez, Scriba, Seas, Seballos, Secades, Secaida, Seco, Sedano, Sedo, Segares, Segovia, Segreda, Segura, Sehezar, Selaya, Selles, Selva, Selvas, Semerawno, Semeraro, Sepúlveda, Sequeira, Sermeño, Serra, Serracín, Serrano, Serrato, Serraulte, Serru, Serrut, Servellón, Sevilla, Sevillano, Sibaja, Sierra, Sieza, Sigüenza, Siguenza, Siles, Siliezar, Silva, Silvera, Silvia, Simana, Simón, Sinchico, Sio, Sion, Siri, Sirias, Siverio, , Siz, Sobalvarro, Sobrado, Sojo, Sol, Solana, Solano, Solar, Solares, Solarte, Soldevilla, Solé, Solemne, Soler, Solera, Soley, Solís, Soliz, Solno, Solo, Solórzano, Soltero, Somarriba, Somarribas, Somoza, Soria, Sorio, Soro, Sorto, Sosa, Sossa, Sosto, Sotela,Sotelo, Sotillo, Soto, Sotomayor, Sotres, Souto, Soutullo, Sovalbarro, Soza, Suárez, Suazao, Suazo, Subia, Subiros, Subirós, Subisos, Succar, Sueiras, Suñer, Suñol, Surroca, Suyapa, Suzarte.
T.Tabah, Tabares, Tablada, Tabor, Tabora, Taborda, Taco, Tagarita, Tagarró, Tal, Talavera, Taleno, Tamara, Tamargo, Tamayo, Tames, Tanchez, Tanco, Tapia, Tapias, Taracena, Tardencilla, Tarjan, Tarrillo, Tasara, Tate, Tato, Tavares, Tedesco, Teherán, Teijeiro, Teixido, Tejada, Tejeda, Tejos, Tellería, Telles, Téllez, Tello, Tellos, Tencio, Tenorio, Terán, Tercero, Terrade, Terrientes, Terrin, Terrín, Thames, Theran, Thiel, Thiele, Thuel, Tíjeres, Tijerino, Tinoco, Toala, Tobal, Tobar, Tobe, Tobella, Tobín, Tobón, Toledo, Toletino, Tomas, Tomás, Tomeu, Toribio, Torijano, Tormo, Toro, Torralba, Torre, Torrealba, Torregresa, Torregroza, Torrente, Torrentes, Torres, Tórrez, Tortós, Tortosa, Toruño, Tosso, Touma, Toval, Tovar, Trala, Traña, Traures, Travierzo, Travieso, Trediño, Treguear, Trejos, Treminio, Treviño, Triana, Trigo, Triguel, Triguero, Trigueros, Trilite, Trimarco, Trimiño, Triquell, Tristán, Triunfo, Troche, Trocanis, Troncoso, Troya, Troyo, Troz, Trueba, Truffat, Trujillo, Trullas, Trullás, Truque, Tula, Turcio, Turcios.
U.Ubach, Ubao, Ubeda, Ubico, Ubilla, Ubisco, Ubizco, Ucanan, Ucañan, Ugalde, Ugarte, Ujueta, Ulacia, Ulate, Ulcigrai, Ulcigral, Ulecia, Uley, Ulibarri, Ulloa, Umaña, Umanzor, Ungar, Urain, Uralde, Urbano, Urbina, Urcuyo, Urdangarin, Urea, Urela, Ureña, Urgellés, Uriarte, Uribe, Uriel, Urieta, Uriza, Uroz, Urquiaga, Urra, Urraca, Urrea, Urroz, Urruela, Urrutia, Urtecho, Urunuela, Urzola, Usaga, Useda, Uva, Uveda, Uzaga, Uzcategui.
V.Vadivia, Vado, Valdelomar, Valderama, Valderrama, Valderramo, Valderramos, Valdés, Valdescastillo, Valdez, Valdiva, Valdivia, Valdivieso, Valencia, Valenciano, Valentín, Valenzuela, Valera, Valerín, Valerio, Vales, Valiente, Valladares, Vallarino, Vallcaneras, Valldeperas, Valle, Vallecillo, Vallecillos, Vallejo, Vallejos, Valles, Vallez, Valls, Vals, Valverde, Vanegas, Vaquerano, Vardesia, Varela, Varga, Vargas, Vargo, Varsi, Varsot, Vartanian, Varth, Vasco, Vasconcelos, Vasílica, Vásquez, Vassell, Vaz, Veas, Vedoba, Vedova, Vedoya, Vega, Vegas, Vela, Velarde, Velasco, Velásquez, Velazco, Velázquez, Vélez, Veliz, Venegas, Ventura, Vera, Verardo, Verastagui, Verdesia, Verdesoto, Vergara, Verguizas, Vertiz, Verzola, Vesco, Viales, Viana, Viatela, Vicario, Vicente, Vico, Víctor, Victores, Victoria, Vidaechea, Vidal, Vidales, Vidalón, Vidaorreta, Vidaurre, Videche, Vieira, Vieto, Vigil, Vigot, Vila, Vilaboa, Vilallobos, Vilanova, Vilaplana, Villar, Villareal, Villarebia, Villareiva, Villarreal, Villarroel, Villas, Villaseñor, Villasuso,Villatoro, Villaverde, Villavicencio, Villeda, Villegas, Villejas, Villena, Viloria, Vindas, Vindel, Vinueza, Viñas, Víquez, Viscaino, Viso, Vivallo, Vivas, Vivero, Vives, Vívez, Vivies, Vivó, Vizcaíno, Vizcayno.
W.Wainberg, Wolf.
Y.Yaacobi, Yanarella, Yanayaco, Yanes, Yepez, Yglesias, Yllanes, Yurica, Yzaguirre.
Z.Zabala, Zabaleta, Zabate, Zablah, Zacarías, Zacasa, Zalazar, Zaldivar, Zallas, Zambrana, Zambrano, Zamora, Zamorano, Zamudio, Zamuria, Zapata, Zaragoza, Zárate, Zarco, Zaror, Zarzosa, Zavala, Zavaleta, Zayas, Zayat, Zecca, Zedan, Zegarra, Zelada, Zelaya, Zeledón, Zepeda, Zetina, Zonta, Zoratte, Zuleta, Zumba, Zumbado, Zúñiga, Zunzunegui.  
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È TÃO BOM SER PEQUENINO

Alfredo Marceneiro canta È Tão bom Ser Pequenino

Letra de: Carlos Conde
Música: Corrido ou Mouraria

É tão bom ser pequenino
Ter pai, ter mãe, ter avós
Ter esperança no destino
E ter quem goste de nós

A velhice traz revés
Mas depois da meninice
Há quem adore a velhice
Para ser menino outra vez
Ser menino que altivez
De optimismo e desatino
Ver tudo bom e divino
Tudo esperança, tudo fé
Enquanto a vida assim é
È tão bom ser pequenino

Ver tudo com alegria
Sem delongas sem demoras
Viver a vida numa hora
Eternidade num dia
Ter na mente a fantasia
Dum bem que ninguém supôs
Ter crença sonhar a sós
Com a grandeza deste mundo
E para bem mais profundo
Ter pai, ter mãe, ter avós

Ter muito enlevo a sonhar
Acordar e ter carinho
Ter este Mundo inteirinho
No brilho do nosso olhar
Viver alheio ao penar
Deste orbe torpe ferino
Julgar-se eterno menino
Supor-se eterna criança
E num destino sem esperança
Ter esperança no destino

Oh! Desventura, Oh! Saudade

Causas da minha inconstância

Dai-me pedaços de infância

Retalhos de mocidade

Dai-me a doce claridade

Roubando-a ao tempo atroz

Eu queria ter a minha voz

Para cantar o meu passado

E é tão bom cantar o fado

E ter quem goste de nós

Alfredo Marceneiro canta È Tão bom Ser Pequenino

Letra de: Carlos Conde
Música: Corrido ou Mouraria

É tão bom ser pequenino
Ter pai, ter mãe, ter avós
Ter esperança no destino
E ter quem goste de nós

A velhice traz revés
Mas depois da meninice
Há quem adore a velhice
Para ser menino outra vez
Ser menino que altivez
De optimismo e desatino
Ver tudo bom e divino
Tudo esperança, tudo fé
Enquanto a vida assim é
È tão bom ser pequenino

Ver tudo com alegria
Sem delongas sem demoras
Viver a vida numa hora
Eternidade num dia
Ter na mente a fantasia
Dum bem que ninguém supôs
Ter crença sonhar a sós
Com a grandeza deste mundo
E para bem mais profundo
Ter pai, ter mãe, ter avós

Ter muito enlevo a sonhar
Acordar e ter carinho
Ter este Mundo inteirinho
No brilho do nosso olhar
Viver alheio ao penar
Deste orbe torpe ferino
Julgar-se eterno menino
Supor-se eterna criança
E num destino sem esperança
Ter esperança no destino

Oh! Desventura, Oh! Saudade

Causas da minha inconstância

Dai-me pedaços de infância

Retalhos de mocidade

Dai-me a doce claridade

Roubando-a ao tempo atroz

Eu queria ter a minha voz

Para cantar o meu passado

E é tão bom cantar o fado

E ter quem goste de nós