Manners meaning | Last name Manners origin

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

Family Name / Last Name: Manners No. of characters: 7 Origin: Australia Meaning: Currently, no meaning found for Manners

Manners is used as a family name or surname in Australia languages. Manners has 7 characters long in length.

Manners is common in Australia country(ies).

Manners is ranked 58749 in our list.

There are about 1975 people in US who wears Manners as surname and ranked 14012 in US Census Bureau. In 2000 census, the last name was found in around 7.3 per 1 million , used in more than 1 hispanic race.

Count Region Rank

Manners is quite popular family name mostly used in England while Saint Kitts and Nevis is ahead in terms of density. Around 7884 people have been found who wears Manners as their family name. Manners is used widely across the globe. More detailed information can be found below: Countries with very very low frequency i.e., 1 - 10: 5 Trinidad and Tobago 10,876 5 Costa Rica 7,113 5 Nicaragua 5,707 4 Ukraine 381,097 3 Kenya 16,136 3 Bahrain 4,138 3 Ecuador 7,619 2 Indonesia 723,167 2 China 20,595 2 Antigua and Barbuda 698 2 Anguilla 473 2 Hungary 14,004 2 Jersey 1,777 2 United States Virgin Islands 1,313 2 Italy 124,220 1 Zimbabwe 134,667 1 Bangladesh 10,958 1 Thailand 30,360 1 Åland 408

Full Last Name Distribution ⇳

. Celebrities having Manners surname
Charles Manners-Sutton Archbishop of Canterbury
Lady Adeliza Elizabeth Gertrude Manners John Manners, 5th Duke of Rutland's daughter
John Manners, 9th Duke of Rutland Duke of Rutland
Lady Victoria Alexandrina Elizabeth Dorothy Manners John Manners, 7th Duke of Rutland's daughter
Lord George Manners Politician
Lady Bridget Manners John Manners, 4th Earl of Rutland's daughter
Henry Manners, 8th Duke of Rutland 8th Duke of Rutland
Kim Manners Television producer
John Manners, 2nd Duke of Rutland Duke of Rutland
Charles Manners-Sutton, 1st Viscount Canterbury Former Speaker of the House of Commons

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