Pall M

pĕllis > pell

This name derives from the Old French “pel”, which in turn derives from the Latin “pĕllis“, meaning “skin, parchment, (figuratively) fate, condition, (figuratively) appearance, aspect”. The name means “a medieval metonymic occupational name for a dealer in furs and skins or occupational name indicating an ancestor who was a clerk”.

Pall M English
páll M Faroese, Icelandic, Old Norse
pall M Danish, Icelandic, Old Norse