Acker Name Meaning

Dutch and German: topographic name from Middle High German and Middle Dutch acker ‘(cultivated) field’, hence a byname for a peasant. English: topographic name for someone living by a piece of cultivated land, from Middle English aker ‘acre’, ‘field’ (Old English æcer). Compare Akers. Jewish (Ashkenazic): ornamental name from German Acker ‘field’ (see 1).

List of People with Surname Acker

Based on our public records, there are a total of 9,772 people with the surname Acker. Among these people surnamed Acker, there are approximately 702 distinct names, with an average of 13 people who share the same name. James Acker, John Acker and David Acker are the top three most widely-used names from the list of people surnamed Acker, with 204, 182 and 165 people respectively.

In addition, Our data shows that Texas has the most people surnamed Acker, with a total of 967 people, and there are a total of 374 distinct names among these people. Pennsylvania is the second-most populous state for people with the surname Acker, with a total of 819 people and an average of 339 distinct names.