Sada Family History
Sada Name Meaning
Galician: habitational name from the town of Sada in A Coruña province Galicia (Spain). Italian (southern): derivative of the Arabic personal name Saad . Italian: nickname from the archaic word sada denoting a kind of semi-precious green gemstone. Italian: habitational name from a place called Sada in the province of Turin. Polish: occupational name for a fruit grower or topographic name for someone who lived by an orchard from a derivative of Polish sad ‘orchard’ or sadzić ‘to plant’. Polish (Sąda): occupational name for a court official from Polish sądzić ‘to judge’ or sąd ‘court of justice’.7: Assyrian/Chaldean: from a personal name based on Syriac sada ‘witness martyr’.8: Japanese: variously written usually phonetically 佐田 ‘help’ and ‘rice paddy’ and often pronounced Sata. This is a common placename throughout Japan. Some bearers of the surname have Minamoto connections.
Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press