Hill (surname)

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Hill
Family name
Meaning a person who lived on a hill, or derived from the Greek or Latin name Hilary or Hillary
Region of origin England
Related names Hyll
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Hill is a surname of English origin, meaning "a person who lived on a hill", or derived from the Greek or Latin name Hilary or Hillary. It is the 30th-most common surname in the United Kingdom.[3]

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  • Ian Hill (born 1951), British musician associated with the band Judas Priest
  • Ian Hill (diplomat) (active 1993 and after), New Zealand diplomat
  • Irving Hill (1915–98), American lawyer and judge

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