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Enyart Surname History
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Enyart Country of Origin, Nationality, & Ethnicity
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The nationality of Enyart can be complicated to determine because countries change over time, leaving the original nationality a mystery. The original ethnicity of Enyart may be difficult to determine based on whether the surname came about organically and independently in different locales; e.g. in the case of names that are based on a craft, which can crop up in multiple regions independently (such as the name "Gardener" which was given to people of that profession).
Enyart Meaning & Etymology
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The meaning of Enyart come may come from a craft, such as the name "Dean" which may have been adopted by members of the clergy. Some of these trade-based last names might be a profession in some other language. Because of this it is good to understand the ethnicity of a name, and the languages used by its progenitors. Many western names like Enyart are inspired by religious texts like the Quran, the Bible, the Bhagavadgītā, etc. Often these names relate to a religious phrase such as "Favored of God".
Enyart Pronunciation & Spelling Variations
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Knowing misspellings and alternate spellings of the Enyart family name are important to understanding the possible origins of the name. Last names like Enyart change in how they're said and written as they travel across tribes, family lines, and languages over time. In the past, when few people knew how to write, names such as Enyart were transliterated based on how they sounded when people's names were written in court, church, and government records. This could have led to misspellings of Enyart.
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Enyart Family Tree
Here are a few of the Enyart genealogies shared by AncientFaces users. Click here to see more Enyarts
- Ardis (Enyart) Spencer
- Osa Enyart
- Vedra Enyart
- Elsie (Enyart) Richardson
- John Enyart
- Lorena (Oakley) Enyart
- Millie Fields Enyart 1838 - 1937
- Osa (Enyart) Champ
- Vedra (Enyart) Condon
- Ardis Enyart
Famous People named Enyart
William "Bill" "Earthquake" Donald Enyart (born April 28, 1947 in Pawhuska, Oklahoma) is a former American football player who played for the Buffalo Bills from 1969–1970 and for the Oakland Raiders in 1971.
"Bill" Enyart grew up in Medford, Oregon and was a standout prep athlete at Medford High School. In his three seasons playing varsity football, the "Black Tornado" compiled a 26-3-1 record and an A-1 state title in his sophomore season.
As a football linebacker and running back, he earned the nickname "Earthquake" from sports writers while he was in High School, and it stayed with him through his football career.
His professional football career was cut short by an injury while playing for the Oakland Raiders in 1971.