Parcon is a well know family surname. It was originated in the Philippines. Parcon is meaning of being strong,confident and intelligent
Wow! Man That Parcon Has Got Some Balls!
1. The surname Hartman means hardy/strong-man. Hartmans are an odd breed of Germans. Members of the Hartman Clan can usually be seen frequenting bars, Vietnamese whore houses and church all on the same day.
Rare strains of Hartmans enjoy drinking milkshakes while lifting weights and listening to a playlist compiled with musicians such as Death From Above 1979, old school Sugar Ray, the Backstreet Boys, Jack Johnson, William Shatner, and Culture Club.
Can also be used as an adjective or a verb.
2. A move that can be used in bed to sate even the most insatiable of nymphos. Can be used as a noun for the move, or a verb (to do the move).
1. "Hartman! Stop licking the tar!"
2. "Wow! Where did you learn to Hartman like that?!"
A last name or family name such as Archibald, Oppenheimer, Marriot, Duke, Carnegie, Pewterschmidt, etc. These names are usually reminiscent of royal British or royal Welsh surnames and derives from the names of historical business moguls such a Rockefeller.
Sometimes when you first hear these names, you think of MONEY. However, people who aren't rich and have a rich-sounding surname do exist.
The fucking Archibald family is worth $5 billion! Their rich surname matches their income.
Crapster is a surname, or last name. It can also be a place name as in the "Crapster Family Cemetery" in Howard Co., MD.
Crapster is a surname in my Colonial American family of Maryland and New Jersey. My great grandmother's maiden name was Florence Warfield Crapster (1864-1925). Florence's surname has been traced back to her great great grandparents, Ruliff & Abigel Crapster of Maryland and New Jersey. Ruliff and Abigel Crapster were most likely from the Netherlands.
At the present time I have several living relatives across America with the last name of Crapster.
In the 1800's some members of the family changed the "p" to a "b" and now spell their last name as "Crabster".
The "Crapster" and " Crabster" names appears many times in the official US Census from 1790 to the present day.
Finnish surname. Also means "where the alders grow: 'aldergrove'"
Some awesome Leppalas' are:
The Leppalas' are a fine family!
Derived from old english, meaning "Pear Tree" or some jazz like that. People will inevitably spell this name wrong, for instance, thinking it is written: Perceli, Pursely, Presly. The best clarification is to say "like parsley with a U."
Pursley is not a catchy nickname and you will inevitably be called by your first name if this is your surname.
"What's up with your name, is it like - hey, I'm a Wagner because my family used to make wagons?"
"Pursleys have never made purses..."
A famous family & well known tribe in Saudi Arabia and The Arabian Gulf Countries.
Most of them are rich, especially those who lives in the east coast of Saudi Arabia.
Saud Al-dossary, A famous and handsome Saudi announcer.