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- 1 The Alto Family
- 2 The Alvi Family
- 3 The Andrews Family
- 4 The Bachelor Family
- 5 The Bunch Family
- 6 The Clavell Family
- 7 The Crumplebottom Family
- 8 The Frio Family
- 9 The Goth Family
- 10 The Hart Family
- 11 The Jolina Family
- 12 The Keaton Family
- 13 The Kennedy Family
- 14 The Koffi Family
- 15 The Landgraab Family
- 16 The Langerak Family
- 17 The Roomies Household
- 18 The Sekemoto Family
- 19 The Single Moms Household
- 20 The Steel Family
- 21 The Ursine Family
- 22 The Wainwright Family
- 23 The Wan-Goddard Family
- 24 The Wolff Family
- 25 The Working Friends Household
The Alto Family
- Alto: means "high" in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese, also refers to the lower register of a woman's voice
- Nick Alto: short for Nicholas, means "victory of the people" in Greek
- Vita Alto: means "life" in Latin and in Italian
- Holly Alto: derived from the tree with the same name (holly or ilex)
The Alvi Family
- Alvi: possible reference to Alvi Dental Hospital
- Iqbal Alvi: means "fortunate" in Arabic
- VJ Alvi: most likely short for Vijay, which is derived from Vijaya, meaning "victory" in Sanskrit
- Miraj Alvi: means "place of ascent" in Arabic
The Andrews Family
- Andrews: derived from the name Andrew, meaning "man"
- Beau Andrews: the masculine form of the word "beautiful" in French
- Victoria Andrews: means "victory" in Latin and in Spanish
The Bachelor Family
- Bachelor: from the English word meaning an unmarried man
- Simis Bachelor: a pun on "sim", as the name reads "sim is bachelor" a popular name in Sim Nation because it has the word "Sim" in it
- Jocasta Bachelor: from Greek mythology, the mother of Oedipus who married her son unknowingly, and when she realized this, she killed herself
- Michael Bachelor: means "Who is like God?" in Hebrew
- Bella Bachelor: means "beautiful" in Italian
The Bunch Family
- Bunch: most likely an English surname, could be referring to the fact that there are a "bunch of people" in the household, or referring to "The Brady Bunch"
- Jack Bunch: short for John, meaning "Graced by God" in Hebrew
- Judy Bunch: short for Judith, meaning "woman from Judea" in Hebrew
- Ethan Bunch: comes from the Hebrew word "Eitan", which means "solid, enduring"
- Lisa Bunch: short for Elizabeth, meaning "my God has sworn" in Hebrew
- Arlo Bunch: "barberry tree" in Spanish, or "hill" in Old English (harlow)
- Darlene Bunch: a variation of the word "darling"
The Clavell Family
- Clavell: could be derived from Claville, which comes from the Old Scandinavian word meaning "door bolt" or "peg."
- Buster Clavell: originally a nickname for someone who breaks things, as in "to bust."
- Bessie Clavell: short for Elizabeth, meaning "my God has sworn" in Hebrew.
- Xander Clavell: short for Alexander, meaning "defender" in Greek.
- Jennie Clavell: short for Jennifer, which is derived from the name Gwenhwyfar meaning "fair, white" and "smooth" in Welsh.
- Ransom Clavell: most likely referring to a ransom, which is "the release of property or a person in return for payment of a demanded price."
- Crumplebottom: most likely a combination of the English words "crumple" and "bottom"
- Darling: an English word meaning a "special loved one"
- Agnes Crumplebottom: means "chaste" in Greek
- Erik Darling: variant of Eric, which means"one ruler", "eternal ruler" or "ever powerful" in Old Norse
The Frio Family
- Frio: means "cold" in Spanish and Portuguese
- Connor Frio: variant of Conor, meaning "wolf lover" or "dog lover" in Irish
- Jared Frio: meaning "he who descended" or "he who shall rule" in Hebrew
The Goth Family
- Goth: could refer to an early East Germanic Tribe, but most likely refers to the Gothic subculture that the family seems to be a part of
- Gunther Goth: variant of Günther,? from Old High German "gund" (battle) and "heri" (army)
- Cornelia Goth: derived from the Latin word "cornu", meaning "horn"
- Mortimer Goth: means "still water" in Old French; "mort" is also the French word for death
The Hart Family
- Hart: an English surname that means "a male deer."
- Gus Hart: short for Augustus, meaning "great" or "venerable" in Latin.
- Dorie Hart: short for Dorothy, derived from Dorothea meaning "gift of God" in Greek.
- Bebe Hart: means "baby" in Spanish, Portuguese, and French.
The Jolina Family
- Jolina: could be derived from the French word jolie, meaning "beautiful"
- Jamie Jolina: originally a masculine name short for James, which is derived from Jacob meaning "holder of the heel" or "supplanter", could also mean "may God protect"
The Keaton Family
- Keaton: an Old English surname meaning "shed town"
- Marty Keaton: short for Martin, derived from the name Mars meaning "man" in Latin
- Justine Keaton: feminine form of Justin, which is derived from the name Justus, meaning "just" in Latin
The Kennedy Family
- Kennedy: means "Helmet Head" in Irish Gaelic
- Erin Kennedy: anglicized form of the Irish name Eireann, meaning "Ireland"
The Koffi Family
- Koffi: a variation of the word coffee
- Gobias Koffi: could be a variant of Tobias, meaning "God is good" in Hebrew. The entire name is a pun, meaning "Go buy us coffee"
- Gaylord Koffi: an English surname derived from the Old French word "gaillard", meaning "high-spirited, boisterous"; nowadays is slang for "homosexual"
The Landgraab Family
- Landgraab: most likely a combination of the English words "land" and "grab"; therefore the surname could mean to take possession of land for personal gain
- Geoffrey Landgraab: comes from two Germanic elements, one which means "peace" and another which could either mean "territory", "stranger" or "hostage"
- Nancy Landgraab: short for Anne, which is derived from the name Hannah which means "favor" or "grace" in Hebrew
- Malcolm Landgraab: means "disciple of Saint Columba" in Scottish
The Langerak Family
- Langerak: could be derived from the name of a town in South Holland.
- Mae: a variant of May, the name of which is derived from the month of May.
- Dustin Langerak: derived from Torsten, which means "Thor's stone" in Old Norse.
- Iliana Langerak: derived from Helen, which means "light" in Greek.
- Parker Langerak: an English occupational surname which means "keeper of the park."
- Kaylynn Langerak: a combination of the names Kay and Lynn; Kay is short for Katherine, which could mean "pure" in Greek, while Lynn comes from the Celtic word "Lenna", meaning "pool"
- Zelda Mae: short for Griselda, which means "dark battle"
The Roomies Household
- McGraw: could mean "son of grace"
- Donner: a French verb meaning "to give"
- Sw0rd: derived from Sword, a weapon with a long metal blade and a handle
- Hatch: "to hatch" is to emerge or break out of an egg; a hatch is also an opening on the roof or floor of a building
- Wainwright: an occupational surname for a wagon-builder
- Stiles McGraw: derived from the Old English "Stigol" - a steep ascent
- Tamara Donner: derived from Tamar, meaning "palm tree" in Hebrew
- Cycl0n3 Sw0rd: derived from Cyclone, a violent storm characterized by high winds moving around a calm center of low pressure
- Emma Hatch: derived from the Germanic element ermen, meaning "whole, universal"
- Blair Wainwright: means "plain" and "field" in Scottish Gaelic
The Sekemoto Family
- Sekemoto: presumably a Japanese surname, origin unknown
- Yumi Sekemoto: means "archery bow" in Japanese
- Leighton Sekemoto: variant of Layton, which means "settlement with a leek garden" in Old English
- Sam Sekemoto: short for Samuel, which means "name of God" or "God has heard" in Hebrew
The Single Moms Household
- McIrish: "mc" is a variant of "mac", which when placed in front of a name means "son of"; therefore the name could mean "son of Ireland"
- French: most likely refers to the people who live in the country of France and the language they speak
- Fiona McIrish: means "fair, white" in Irish
- River McIrish: from the English word meaning "a flowing body of water"
- Molly French: short for Mary, which could mean "sea of bitterness", "rebelliousness", or "wished for child"
- Sandi French: variant of Sandy which is usually short for Alexandra, meaning "defending men"; it could also be referring to the color
The Steel Family
- Steel: variant of Steele, which is an occupational surname for a steelworker
- Christopher Steel: derived from a late Greek name that means "bearing Christ"
The Ursine Family
- Ursine: could be a variant of Orsini, which means "little bear" in Italian; "ursa" means bear in Latin
- Claire Ursine: derived from Clara, which means "clear, bright, famous" in Latin
The Wainwright Family
- Wainwright: an occupational surname for a wagon-builder
- Boyd Wainwright: means "blond" in Gaelic
- Susan Wainwright: derived from Susanna, which means "lily" in Hebrew
The Wan-Goddard Family
- Wan: derived from the Chinese surname "Wang" - which means "king."
- Goddard: meaning unknown, this is the name of several towns in the United States.
- Pauline Wan: feminine form of Paul, which means "small, humble" in Latin.
- Hank Goddard: a form of Henry, which was derived from a Germanic name meaning "home ruler."
The Wolff Family
- Wolff: variant of Wolf, which refers to the animal
- Thornton Wolff: derived from an English surname meaning "thorn town"
- Morgana Wolff: derived from Morgan, which most likely means "sea circle" in Welsh
- Kimura: means "tree village" in Japanese
- VanWatson: means "from Watson"
- Ansari: derived from Ansar, which means "supporters" in Arabic
- Morris: derived from the name Maurice, which means "dark skinned" in Latin
- Tori Kimura: short for Victoria, which means "victory"
- Madison VanWatson: an English surname meaning "son of Maud"
- Ayesha Ansari: a variant of 'Aisha, which means "alive" in Arabic
- Monika Morris: variant of Monica, a North African name, meanin unknown