Chinese: 1. Chinese 罗: from the name of the state of Luo during the Zhou dynasty (1122–221 BC). This was granted to a descendant of Zhu Rong, a son of Zhuan Xu, legendary emperor of the 26th century BC. Subsequently, his descendants adopted the state name as their surname. 2. Chinese 骆: from the personal name of Jiang Luo, a son of the grand duke of the state of Qi during the Spring and Autumn period (722–481 BC). His descendants adopted his given name, Luo, as their surname. This character also means ‘camel’.