Countess Family History
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Countess Name Meaning
English: from Middle English contas(e), Old French contesse ‘countess’, applied as a nickname for a proud, haughty woman or for an effeminate or foppish man, or as an occupational name for a servant of a countess.
Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press
Similar surnames: Counter, Countiss, Conte, Coussens, Holness, Courtois, Contessa