Fitz-

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Etymology[edit]

From Anglo-Norman fitz, from Old French fiz (modern fils), from Latin filius (son).

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Fitz-

  1. (used in surnames) Son of; especially used for the illegitimate sons of royalty.

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  • Online Etymology Dictionary: fitz. Retrieved July 30, 2007.