Leming / Leeming

The name Leming in Ireland may occasionally be a variant of the name Fleming, meaning 'of Flanders', but is more likely to be of immigrant origin having arrived from England during the seventeenth century and particularly into Ulster Province. The variant name Lemming can also be sometimes found in Ulster.

Origen: Normando. El nombre LEEMING antedata a los días de los tribus anglosajones de Gran Bretaña. Es derivado de su residencia en la aldea de Leeming que estuvo en el condado de Yorkshire cerca del pueblo de Bedale. El apellido LEEMING es un nombre del Habitat que forma una categoría grande entre los apellidos derivados de topónimos. Los nombres del habitat fueron derivados de preexistir los nombres para pueblos, para las aldeas, para las parroquias, o para las alquerías. En este caso el apellido LEEMING denota los que vinieron de Leeming. The name LEEMING dates back to the days of the Anglo-Saxon tribes of Britain. It is derived from their residence in the village of Leeming which was in the county of Yorkshire near the town of Bedale. The surname LEEMING is a Habitation name which forms a broad category of surnames that were derived from place-names. Habitation names were derived from pre-existing names for towns, villages, parishes, or farmsteads. In this case the surname LEEMING denotes those who came from Leeming.

Variantes: Leeming, Leming y otros.