Step right up and try your luck guessing the country of origin and the meanings of these names:
Ackerman, Ackermann, Acreman (German/English) One who plowed the lord's land and tended his plow teams.
Clark, Clarke (English) A clergyman, scholar, scribe or recorder. (British pronunciation of clerk.)
Eastman (English) One who came from the east; descendant of Eastmund or Estmunt (east, protection); one who came from the Baltic countries.
Geiger (German) One who played a violin.
Ingsby (Dan., Sw., Nor.) Dweller at Ingi's farm.
Kline (German) Varient of Klein, q.v.
Klein, Kleine (German) The small man; the nice, neat man.
McEntee (Irish) The son of the scholar.
Ortega, Ortego (Spanish) Dweller at the sign of the grouse; one with the charactoristics of a grouse.
Quist (Swedish) Twig.
Seaver, Sever, Seavers (English) One with a grave and austere demeanor.
Uebele, Uebel (German) Descendant of Oppo or Ubo, pet forms of Audoberht (possession, bright).
Wolcott (English) One who came from Woolscott (Wulfsige's cottage), in Warwickshire.
Youngquist (Swedish) Heather, twig.
Hope you enjoyed Round 5 of The Name Game!