People named for meat

Sitting here over the remains of a delish lambchop dinner, I’m trying to think of all the surnames (last names) that refer to meat. I’ve come up with:

Bacon
Lamb
Ham
Hamburger
Fish
Fisher
Veal
Butcher
Fleischer, Metzger (German=butcher)
Fleischacker (German=meatcutter)
Fischer (German=fisherman)
Kalb (German=calf)
Kalbfleisch (German=veal)
Schwein (German=pig)
Boucher (French=butcher)
LeBoeuf (French=beef)
Bove (Italian=cattle)
Pesci (Italian=fish)
Pescatore (Italian=fisherman)
Vitelli (Italian=calves)

Johnson

Porcino (Italian=piglet)
Wuerster (German=sausagemaker)

tee hee.

Speck (German=bacon)
Raucher/Rauscher (German=smoker)
Wiener
Frankfurter

Agnello/Agnelli (Italian=lamb)

Cabeza de Vaca, (Cow’s Head) Álvar Núñez, the Spanish explorer of America.

So, surnames. Meatloafwouldn’t count, then?

Chuck

Does steak count?

There’s that Earl Sandwich fella.

Fleischman

Piccioni (pigeons)

This thread is for the birds

Walter Pigeon
Claire Goose
Emma Duck
Dan Quail :smiley:

Or simply Baca (cow), which is a very common name in the southwest. I forget the two types of Spanish that interchange the B and V, though (Castilian (sp?) and xxx?)

We had a girl at work with a surname Fry and a guy with a surname Lamb. The standard joke was that if they got married you would have Lambs Fry.

Wang and Dong.

“Resnik” or “Rasnik” is a fairly common Jewish name, and I think it’s the Russian equivalent of “Shohet,” which is to say, a kosher butcher.