81. REYESPopulation Count: 232,511
From the Old French "rey," meaning king, Reyes was often bestowed as a nickname for a man who carried himself in a regal, or kingly, fashion.
82. CRUZPopulation Count: 231,065
One who lived near a place where a cross was erected, or near a crossroads or interection.
83. HUGHESPopulation Count: 229,390
A patronymic surname meaning "son of Hugh." The given name Hugh is a Germanic name meaning "heart/mind."
84. PRICEPopulation Count: 228,756
A patronymic name derived from the Welsh "ap Rhys," meaning "son of Rhys."
85. MYERSPopulation Count: 224,824
This popular last name may be of German or English origin, with variant meanings. The German form means "steward or baliff," as in the magistrate of a city or town.
86. LONGPopulation Count: 223,494
A nickname often give to a man who was especially tall and lanky.
87. FOSTERPopulation Count: 221,040
Possible origins for this surname include one who fostered children or was a foster child; a forester; or a shearer or scissors maker.
88. SANDERSPopulation Count: 220,902
A patronymic surname derived from the given name "Sander," a medieval form of "Alexander."
89. ROSSPopulation Count: 219,961
The Ross surname has Gaelic origins and, depending upon the origin of the family, could have several different meanings. The most common is believed to be someone who lived on or near a headland or moor.
90. MORALESPopulation Count: 217,642
"Son of Moral," a given name meaning "right and proper." Alternatively, this Spanish and Portuguese surname may mean one who lived near a mulberry or blackberry bush.