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ORRO Surname


Orro (Russian: Орро) occurs in The Philippines more than any other country or territory. It can also occur as Orrö that instead appears only in Norway.


328,871st Most common surname in the World

1,127 people approximately bear this surname.

397 of them lives in the Philippines,

157 of them lives in Estonia

139 of them lives in Brasil


The surname Orro is the 328,871st most commonly used last name at a global level It is held by around 1 in 6,466,323 people. The surname occurs mostly in Asia, where 36% of Orro reside; 35% reside in Southeast Asia and 34% reside in Fil-Southeast Asia.

The last name is most numerous in The Philippines, where it is borne by 397 people or 1 in 255,008. In The Philippines it is primarily found in: Cagayan Valley, where 70% are found, National Capital Region, where 9% are found and Calabarzon, where 6% is found. Not including The Philippines, this last name is found in 36 countries. It is also found in Estonia, where 14% are found and Brazil, where 12% is found.

It is also the 421,392nd most frequently used first name worldwide, held by 414 people.


In The United States Orro are 19.9% more likely to be registered Republicans than the national average, with 66.67% registered with the party.

Orro earns somewhat less than the average income. In the United States they earn 14.64% less than the national average, earning $36,830 USD per year.
Source: Forebears

In England instead, the surname is recorded in many spelling forms including Harrow, Arrow, Aro, Arro, Ero, Errowe, Orrow, Orro and Orowe, this surname is either English or Scottish. It is of locational origins, from the places so called in the county of Middlesex in England, or in Caithness near Mey in the far north of Scotland, or from another now “lost” medieval place near the city of Stirling in Perthshire. The places all share the same derivation, which is from the Old English pre 7th Century words “Guminga-hergae” meaning a heathen temple! Harrow in Middlesex is first recorded in the famous Anglo-Saxon Chronicles of the year 825, and as later as Herges in the Domesday Book of 1086. As to how it transposed to the modern spelling is something of a mystery. Early examples of the surname recordings taken from early surviving church registers include the marriage between John Harrowe and Annis Townes on the July 10th 1598, at the Church of St. Andrew’s Enfield, Middlesex, Joane Arrow at the church of St Andrews, Holborn, on October 10th 1614, and Robert Erowe at St Dunstans in the East, Stepney, on September 23rd 1632. In Scotland, the first recorded spelling of the family name is believed to be that of Robert Harrow, given as being a burgess of Stirling, who probably exceeded his duties by taking part in an attack on the river fisheries of the abbey of Cambuskenneth. This was dated 1366, during the reign of King David II of Scotland, 1329 – 1371.
Source: SurnameDB

ORRO Village in India

Orro is a village in the Nardiganj block of the Nawada district in the state of Bihar, India. The total population of this village is approximately 10000. Orro is 20 km from the famous pilgrimage town of Rajgir. The main crop of Orro is paddy, wheat, corn and potatoes. The ORRO RAILWAY STATION is in the west of the Village. It connects Rajgir and Tilaya(hisua) station.

The main festival of Orro village is Lakshmi Pooja, Sarasawati Pooja, Ganesh Pooja. A Lakhsmi Mandir was established in 1935 by Dr Madhusudan Mishra, a renowned social worker and medical practitioner of the village. Dr Mishra was the founder of the Middle School and High school of the village as well as Manindra Sarswati Pustkalaya and other social institutions. In establishing these institution great contributions of his elder son Dr Surendra Prasad Mishra (Pradhanacharya) is praiseworthy. Shri Ram Prasad family is the largest and reputed joint family in this village. At present, there are 100 members in this family.
Source: Wikipedia

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