Mestre Family History
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Mestre Name Meaning
Catalan, southern French (Occitan), and Portuguese: from mestre ‘master (craftsman)’, denoting the head of a craft or trade guild. Compare French Maitre. Jewish (Sephardic, especially in Italy): status name for a rabbi, translation of Aramaic Rabbi ‘teacher’. Italian: habitational name from Mestre, now one of the most densely populated areas of Venice.
Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press
Similar surnames: Maestre, Maitre, Mastro, Mester, Maestri, Mistry, Maire, Ventre