Fabian Family History
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Fabian Name Meaning
English, French, German, Italian (Venetian), Polish, Czech and Slovak (Fabián), and Hungarian (Fábián): from a personal name, Latin Fabianus, a derivative of the Roman family name Fabius. The personal name achieved considerable popularity in Europe in the Middle Ages, having been borne by a 3rd-century pope and saint. Americanized or Italianized spelling of Slovenian Fabjan or Fabijan (see 1). Jewish: adoption of the non-Jewish surname under the influence of the Yiddish personal name Fayvish.
Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press
Similar surnames: Damian, Fabiano, Fabish, Sabin, Fabiani, Babin, Fabio, Farman, Falin