Rubin Name Meaning

Jewish (Ashkenazic): from the Hebrew personal name Reuven (interpreted in Genesis 29:32 as reu ‘behold’ + ben ‘a son’). This Biblical name influenced the selection of Ashkenazic surnames that are ostensibly derived from the German, Yiddish, Polish, Ukrainian, and Russian vocabulary word rubin ‘ruby’ (from Late Latin rubinus (lapis), a derivative of rubeus ‘red’). German and Swiss German: from a pet form of the personal name Ruprecht (see Rupprecht). Italian: variant of Rubino. French: metonymic occupational name for a jeweler, from Old French rubi ‘ruby’.

List of People with Surname Rubin

Based on our public records, there are a total of 7,926 people with the surname Rubin. Among these people surnamed Rubin, there are approximately 1,086 distinct names, with an average of 7 people who share the same name. Jennifer Rubin, Leonard Rubin and John Rubin are the top three most widely-used names from the list of people surnamed Rubin, with 94, 84 and 45 people respectively.

In addition, Our data shows that New York has the most people surnamed Rubin, with a total of 1,568 people, and there are a total of 607 distinct names among these people. California is the second-most populous state for people with the surname Rubin, with a total of 1,096 people and an average of 522 distinct names.