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Origin: Liberia
Region Origin: Western Africa

The name Mason has its origins in Ancient Latin, English, French, and Germanic roots, and it signifies "stone worker," "tradesman," and "an artisan who works in stone". The term "mason" is derived from the Old French "masson" and is used as both a surname and a given name. Mason is an occupational surname that arrived with the conquest of William I in 1066, primarily thought to be Anglo-Norman. The name is used to describe those who worked with stone or brick and their descendants. In French, Mason is derived from the word "maison" (meaning "a house"), and in German, it comes from "macian" (meaning "to make"). The name Mason has consistently held meaning across several languages, countries, and cultures.

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