Huller Family History
Huller Name Meaning
English: topographic name for someone who lived on a hill from Middle English huller (see Hull ). This type of topographic name formation with -er equivalent to atte Hull is common in southern England and absent from northern England. See Hiller and Heller . English: in Yorkshire a late variant of Hulley . English: variant of Hillier from Middle English huller ‘roofer’ found in Western and southern England as far east as Sussex. German (Hüller): occupational name for a tailor from an agent derivative of Middle High German hülle hulle ‘cloak’. German (Hüller): shortened form of Hülber a topographic name for a farmer near a pond or watering hole for cattle from Middle High German hülwe ‘shallow village pond’.
Source: Dictionary of American Family Names ©2013, Oxford University Press