Theories to the familynames LOLL and LULL
Till now, there already is not a very old name Loll an unequivocal
proof of the origin and the meaning the. The written name of a man is
meant. As you spoke within the centuries last on the whole and as a
person was called has to be investigated still more difficult. Only
from two letters the name allows many speculations. An early brand for
this surname is the emergence of the alphabet in Palestine at 1500 B.C
From this the Greek and the Latin alphabet in which the letters "L" and
"O" happen result. Even this one is written conceivable name in the
respective language as a symbol or Hieroglyphe. The name Loll is not
from a place of residence or from the origin of one of the ancestors
like most surnames (particularly in Germanic) from the name of a
profession. Gives Germanic origin both unite Greek/Roman and unite for
the name. At the investigations there are several ways once by the
meaning of the name by means of linguistics and with the second by the
use and his changes in the respective language or the dialect to
discover the origin (Prosopogrfie). The name has a connection to an
Germanic. This adjective always has the same or a similar meaning in
the different ages and in different languages. (About the following row
and 331 can be traced the word back cf. HEINTZE-CASCORBI S.257) up to
The Lat. adjective "inclutus" means "famous", i.e. "discussed",
"much-cited", "widely known". (Forms of "clytos" stand and 690) cf.
woods S.237: one hears "or" has heard of it "gloriously", i.e. "famous"
"heard". (Cf. FRISK S.877. )
A very informative example is the notation the name lull, in "person
names of the Middle Ages", Bavarian national library Munich 2000,
|Lull(Erzbischof von Mainz)
|Lull(Erzbischof von Mainz)
|Lull(Erzbischof von Mainz)
|Lull(Erzbischof von Mainz)
||Lulle (de Mayence)
With the romans the Gentilname or the epithet consists of the tribe
Loll and the suffix ius or ianus. One finds "(H) lut" under Germanic
forenames for loud or known. "(h)lut" is counted as one of the root of
a word "people" cf. dtv atlas science of names of 1998 S.26) (with Max
Gottschalk). There is two famous Lulls in the Middle Ages by which one
can find very much out about the names Lull and Loll. the monk and
later archbishop lived 710 - 786 of Mainz LUL.
After he was canonized in 852 this one has taken place
"Loll's-Woche in Bad Hersfeld
since this time every year in October. Frequent use of saint names
already in the early one has Ma his for the distribution names worried.
1234-1315 lived Ramon
Lull (Llull), the famous Catalan philosopher. He has written
more than two hundred and fifty books. Ramon Lull lies buried by San
Francisco in the church in Palma
de Mallorca. However, surnames have already earlier been derived
from the word forms of the adjective, too.
With the romans their already gives "Lollii" many families and
"gentes". Since they have dressed partly high offices, her story also
is traditional. Here some: Bei den Römern gibt es schon sehr viele
Familien und "gentes"
Da sie zum Teil hohe Ämter bekleidet haben, ist ihre Geschichte
|Die Lollii werden als röm. plebeische Familie schon im
3. JH. v.Chr. bezeugt.
|269 v.Chr. Lollius der Samnite
|45 v.Chr. Lollius Palikanus,
Münzmeister unter Caesar
s. Denar 1461 (DNP 18)
|21 v.Chr. (M)arcus Lollius,consul,
erster Stadthalter in Galatien, 16 v.Chr. mit einer Niederlage in Germanien
durch die Sugambrer bezeugt
|135 n.Chr. Q.Lollius Urbicus,Konsul,
er als Stadthalter den 2. Limes (Antoninuswall) in Britannien
Wer war Q(intus) Lollius
lebte in der röm. Kaiserzeit im 2. Jh. n.Chr.
- -er war in Tiddis, einer Kleinstadt in der röm. Provinz
- -seine Senatorische Laufbahn begann unter Kaiser Hadrian
- -135 n.Chr. war er Consul, dann Legat der Legio X u.a.
- -er erbaute von 139-142 als Statthalter in Britannien den 2.
- -er war einer der bekannten Namensträger des Fam.-Namen
- -die anderen röm. Lollii stehen unter Roemer
Hier eine Inschrift zu Q. Lollius Urbicus auf einer Einweihungstafel
in Britannien, die jetzt im Museum der Universität
(Vgl.DNP Bd.7,1999) The name found the greatest distribution in
England, Germany and France. Within the 500 years Roman Age in
Britannia the surname resulted . for Loll without ius the
epigraphischen testimonials the names Loll (ius) are found in this
RIB - ROMAN INSCRIPTIONS OF BRITAIN -. Hinzu kommen die Ergebnisse
aus den Funden der Archäologen u.a. Hier einige der nachgewiesenen
aus späterer Zeit:
|1251 Lady Lollesworth
Farm der Lolls)
|1284 Farm of Lull in Lulworth/Dorset,
|153x Vincent Loll geb.?, 1561 Heirat
Gray in St. Mary,Sandwich/Kent,
Weitere Namen für England finden sich in den "Domesday books".
In the 16. Century a lot of Protestant Scots emigrated to Pomerania.
(Cp. AN HISTORICAL ATLAS OF SCOTLAND c. 400- c.1600, hgg. Peter McNeill
and Ranald Nichilson 1980 St. Andrews Chap. 63 and Maps 115,117) From
a lot Scottish- people went to Denmark and Sweden (with James Hepburn,
killed Darnley the second husband from Mary Stuart). In the army at
"Gustav Adolf II" in the "30 jährigen Krieg" it took own
Parts therefrom after them will stay at Pomerania. In Germany the
Loll and Lull at a first time is record listed at i
||Simon Lull, Prediger in Budow (Vgl. BOTTKE, Heimatbuch des Landkreises Stolp
1926 Verlag P. Albrecht Stolp)
||George Loll *1650g (Kirchenbuch von Zaue/Spreewald
||Hans Loll * ca.166x, als Pate am 09.11.1688 im Kirchenbuch
Marienkirche in Schlawe/Pommern (1618-1720)
||Söhne von George Loll in Steuerliste für Budow,
The biggest population from the name Loll and Lull occurred in Pommern. Now the Pomeranian Lolls
(after the 2. world war the totally Lolls and
Lulls would driven out) are splintered over the whole country of
In France their are Lolls since 1774. The roots are in the Alsace area.
The oldest to me known person is Francois Joseph Loll from
France. More information about the Lolls in France and USA are in the
Book I,II,III and IV” written by (LOLL, William E.,Fullerton CA. in
Loll und Lull
It is sure, that the familynames "Loll" and "Lull" have the same roots.
There are four sources, independent from each, which say this. I
know from alive Lolls in Dortmund, that their grandfather (through a
mistake from the church clerk by writing the church record) he was
and written Lull than Loll. In the Pomeranian dialect always Loll will
spoken as Lull. Today there are roundabout 3000 inhabitants in Germany
with the familyname Loll or Lull. Further are there in the USA ca. 2000
and in France 1500 Lolls and Lulls. The emigrant to the USA comes from
France, Pomerania, Poland and some from Denmark (Riebe). The people in
the UK and Scotland are not collected.
In case of the high losses in historic papers, Civil statistic books,
Church records etc. in the 2. Ware, is a complete record from one
to the next impossible. In some counties (as in Sageritz, Mahnwitz ore
Stolp) are 85 % of the official papers destroyed.
As Lollarden were named the fans of J. Wiclif in the 14. and 15.
An association with the familyname Loll could not be found.
Lolland or Laaland is one of the four big islands in Denmark. A
to our familynames is not given.
Jean-Baptiste Lully *1632 in Florenz + 1687 in Paris.
The naming is part of the respective culture of her time. Here a
cultural testimonial from the 4th century B.C. since the name Loll
comes from one of the cultures of the Mediterranean of high standing
(most names became the beginning of the roman empire, written for the
lollii Greek also)
It is the statue of the goddess EIRENE of Kephisodotos from which the
original at 375 B.C. has confessed on the Agora in Athens.
Eirene - Friedensgöttin
(Das Foto ist von einer Kopie, die im
Archäologischen Institut der Universität Göttingen
Only some which I want to mention here are the uniqueness and today the
system with surnames and several Christian names the naming of the
Roemer, the Tria nouns, in the Middle Ages. The name got along with the
romans he came to Catalonia (Majorca) and to the Alsace from the
Mediterranean to Britannia with the pilgrims from England to Rome and
over the Jacobsweg to Santiago de Compostella in the early Middle Ages
in the second century. He also has hiked of England and Scotland to
Denmark and Pomeranians in the 16th century. Caused by wars and the
religion fights in Britannia and the religious freedom at the
Hohenzollern and in Pomeranians.
With the historians of the ancient history it is actually normal that
the tradition is not complete. The miserable source situation does not
allow a conclusive proof but research gives many notes for well-founded
assumptions. The existence is also included the names Loll over three