Lear meaning | Last name Lear origin

Following is the meaning of Lear surname. Family name Lear is generally added after the name or middle name so also called last name.

Family Name / Last Name: Lear No. of characters: 4 Origin: England Meaning: Currently, no meaning found for Lear

Lear is used as a family name or surname in England languages. Lear has 4 characters long in length.

Lear is common in England country(ies).

Lear is ranked 31562 in our list.

There are about 7689 people in US who wears Lear as surname and ranked 4266 in US Census Bureau. In 2000 census, the last name was found in around 28.5 per 1 million , used in more than 1 hispanic race. It is also used as a first name, know the meaning of Lear

Count Region Rank

Lear is quite popular family name mostly used in United States while Wales is ahead in terms of density. Around 15880 people have been found who wears Lear as their family name. Lear is used widely across the globe. More detailed information can be found below: Countries with very very low frequency i.e., 1 - 10: 10 Ukraine 244,758 9 India 656,580 4 Belarus 122,390 2 Tunisia 10,858 2 Hong Kong 9,185 2 South Korea 4,104 2 Portugal 14,521 2 Poland 44,018 2 Japan 18,625 1 Georgia 50,549 1 Serbia 37,779 1 Czech Republic 174,544 1 American Samoa 846 1 Austria 37,493 1 Ghana 17,236 1 Jamaica 6,212 1 Colombia 24,771 1 Mozambique 5,916 1 Northern Ireland 8,430

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. Comments :Tonja Bhatt  The origin of the name is Basque etymology of the name comes from the word meaning legar: the gravel place this surname specifies the location of the ancestral home. Celebrities having Lear surname
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Jonathan Lear Philosopher
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