Will that information help you in Round Three of the Name Game?
Step right up and try your luck guessing the country of origin and the meaning of these names:
Chambers (English) The officer in charge of the private household of a king or important nobleman; one who worked in the chamber, sometimes the reception room of an important household.
Erdos (Hungarian) Dweller in, or near, the forest or wooded land.
Gach, Gache (Polish) One who is fond of women, a ladies' man.
Infelise (Italian) The poor, wretched, miserable man.
Kauppinen (Finnish) One who kept a shop, a merchant or tradesman.
Mavros (Greek) One with a dark or swarthy complexion.
Orfevre (French) One who made and sold gold articles, a goldsmith.
Quail (Manx) The son of Fhail, Manx form of Paul (small).
Ryerson (Dutch) The son of Ryer or Reijer (rider).
Taddei (Russian) Descendant of Taddei, a Slavic form of Thaddeus (praising God).
Vaher (Estonian) Dweller near a maple tree.
Xanthopoulos (Greek) The son of Ksanthos (blond).