The Spanish surname Lujan is derived from a local name place in the region of Aragon in Northern Spain. The surname Lujan is formed by the elements "ui," which comes from the Basque language and means "pasto" or "pasture" and the locative suffix "an," all of which is preceded by the prefix "l."
Early Origins of the Lujan family
The surname Lujan was first found in an agricultural community near the district of Boltaña in Aragon.
Early History of the Lujan family
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