Hassan (surname)

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Hassan
Family name
Meaning "handsome", "good", "manly", "strong", "benefactor"; "son of Osain", "son of Oisín"; "cantor", "singer"
Region of origin Arabic, Irish, Scottish, Hebrew

Hassan (also spelled Hasan, Hassen, Hasson, Hassin, Hassine, Hacen, Hasen, Hasin, Hass, Hassa, Hasa, Hess, Cassin, Chassan, Chasan, Chasson, Chason, Khassan, Khasan, Cassan, Casan, Hasso, Hassanein, Hasnen, Hassani, Hasani, Alhassan, Al-Hassan, Lassana, Alassane, Lacen, Lasanah, Assan, Asan, Asanov/Asanova, Hasanov/Hasanova, Khasanov/Khasanova, Hasanoff, Jasanoff, Hasanović, Hasanovic, Asanović, Hasanovich, Hasanovski/Hasanovska, Asanovski/Asanovska, O'Hassan, Haasan, or Hasaan) is an Arabic, Irish, Scottish, or Hebrew surname.

Etymology and spelling[edit]

There are several unrelated origins for this surname:

List of variant spellings
  • In Hebrew transcription: חסן (Hasan or Hassan)
  • In Arabic transcription: حسان ,حسن (Ḥasan)
  • In French: Hassan, Hassen, Hasson or Hacen
  • In Spanish: Hassan, Hassán, Hacen, Hacén, Jassan, Jassán, Jasan, Jasán, Hasson or Jasanoff
  • In Italian: Cassan, Cassano, Cassani, Hasson, Gazzano, Gazzani, Gassano, Gassani.
  • In Turkish: Hasan, Asan, Hasanoglu, Asanoglu
  • In Bosnian: Hasanović
  • In Albanian: Hasani or Hasan
  • In Armenian: Hassanian or Hasanian
  • In Azerbaijan: Həsən
  • In Kurdish: Hesan
  • In West Africa: Lassana, Alassane and Lacen, derived from al-Hassan.
  • In Somali: Xasan
  • In Finland: Hasanen for Hassan, derived from the Arabic Hassan and the Finnish suffix for surnames -en.[17]
  • In Bulgarian (in Cyrillic): Хасан, Асанов/Хасанов (masculine), Асанова/Хасанова (feminine)
  • In Russian (in Cyrillic): Хасан, Хассан, Хассен, Хэссан, Гасан, Асан, Асанов/Хасанов (masculine), Асанова/Хасанова (feminine)
  • In Macedonian (in Cyrillic): Хасан, Хасановски/Асановски (masculine), Хасановска/Асановска
  • In Croatian/Serbian/Montenegrin: Asanović or Hasanović
  • In China, some Muslims believe that their surname Ha () is abbreviated from Arabic Hassan.
Popularity of the surname

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  • Daisy Hasan, Indian-English author and teacher
  • David Ben Hassin (1727–1792), Moroccan Jewish poet
  • David Hassan (born 1972), Northern Irish academic, writer, and current Professor of Sport Policy and Management at the University of Ulster
  • Dinara Asanova (1942–1985), a Soviet film director

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  • Phil Hassan (born 1974), English rugby league and rugby union footballer

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See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Edward Neafsey (2002). Surnames of Ireland. Irish Roots Cafe. ISBN 978-0-940134-97-3. 
  2. ^ hoganstand.com: Irish Identity Surnames In Irish
  3. ^ ulsterancestry.com: Ulster Ancestry Irish Family Names
  4. ^ surnamedb.com: Surname
  5. ^ medievalscotland.org: 16th & 17th Century Anglicized Irish Surnames
  6. ^ irishtimes.com: Irish Ancestors Surname Hassan
  7. ^ Temple Israel, Tulsa
  8. ^ avotaynu.com: Guidebook for Sephardic and Oriental Genealogical Sources in Israel
  9. ^ sephardicgen.com: Sephardic Surnames
  10. ^ italian-family-history.com: Jewish Genealogy in Italy
  11. ^ independent.co.uk: Obituary: Sir Joshua Hassan
  12. ^ jpost.com: French Jews reclaim 'Jewish' names
  13. ^ italian-family-history.com: Jewish Genealogy in Italy
  14. ^ Les juifs de Salonique 1492-1943 (PDF). 
  15. ^ http://artengine.ca/eliany/html/meaningofnames/h/hassan.html
  16. ^ Christian De Monbrison. Vie d'un homme hier , aujourd'hui et un peu plus (in French). 
  17. ^ Finland's Population Register Centre: [1] (Select "Surname search" and enter "Hasanen")