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German surnames

Fahrenheit (disambiguation)

German surnames
  Fahrenheit is a temperature scale named after the physicist Daniel Gabriel Fahrenheit.Fahrenheit may also refer to:Entertainment Music Fahrenheit (Toto album) Fa ..
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Ullmann

German surnames
 Ullmann is a German surname also associated with Jewish Europeans. It means "man from Ulm". Notable people with the surname include: Alexander de Erény Ullmann ..
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Steinberg (surname)

German surnames
 Steinberg is a German and Ashkenazi Jewish surname. Notable people with the surname include: Music Billy Steinberg, American songwriter Elliot Easton (born Ellio ..
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Sperling

German surnames
  Sperling is a German and Jewish surname, meaning "sparrow" in English. Notable people with the surname Sperling Alexander Sperling (1890–1973), German gy ..
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Hofer

German surnames
  Hofer may refer to: Organizations Hofer, the operating name of the supermarket chain Aldi in Austria and Slovenia Hofer Symphoniker (Hof Symphony Orchestra), a ..
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Greenspan

German surnames
 Greenspan is a Jewish surname popular among Jewish Americans. It is the anglicized form of the German/Yiddish surname Grünspan ("green swarf", "green patina", " ..
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Fersen

German surnames
 thumb160pxArms of Baron FersenFersen is a German-language surname derived from the Scottish surname MacPherson. The most well-known groups are the descendants of Cl ..
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Windt

German surnames
 Windt is a German and Dutch surname.Geographical distribution As of 2014, 33.2% of all known bearers of the surname Windt were residents of Germany (frequency 1:71, ..
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Schatz

German surnames
 The term Schatz can refer to: An ornamental or occupational German surname meaning "treasure" or "treasury" (as a town treasurer) A term of endearment in German-s ..
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Heilmann

German surnames
 Heilmann is a German language surname. It can be tracked to early 16th-century Protestant families in south-west Germany (various locations); In France, it has spre ..
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Herz (surname)

German surnames
 Herz is a German surname meaning heart. Notable people with the surname include: Adam Herz, American writer and producer Adolf Herz, Austrian Engineer, inventor of ..
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Rosenzweig

German surnames
 Rosenzweig, or Rosensweig is a German surname meaning "rose twig or branch" and may refer to:== People == Barney Rosenzweig (born 1937), an American television pr ..
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Winkler (surname)

German surnames
  Winkler is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Albert J. Winkler (1894–1989), American professor of viticulture Alexander Winkler (disambig ..
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Wasserman

German surnames
  Wasserman or Wassermann is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Aaron E. Wasserman (1920–2015), American food scientist Aharon Wasserman (bo ..
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Schmidt (surname)

German surnames
 Schmidt is a common German occupational surname derived from the German word "Schmied" meaning "blacksmith" and/or "metalworker". This surname is the German equival ..
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Leitner

German surnames
 Leitner is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include: Alan Leitner (born 1947), American artist Aloysius Leitner, United States Marine Corps Anton ..
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Breuer

German surnames
 Breuer is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Amit Breuer, Canadian-Israeli documentary filmmaker Annabel Breuer (born 1992), German wheelchair fen ..
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Goff

German surnames
  Goff is a surname with several distinct origins, mainly Germanic, Celtic, Jewish, and French. It is the 946th most common family name in the United States. When t ..
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Lehmann

German surnames
  Lehmann is a German surname.Geographical distribution As of 2014, 75.3% of all bearers of the surname Lehmann were residents of Germany, 6.6% of the United States, ..
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Menzel

German surnames
 Menzel may refer to:__TOC__People Menzel is a surname of German origin.It can also be a transliteration of the Yiddish surname " מענטזעל "- a ..
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Feuerstein

German surnames
 Feuerstein (German: lit., "fire stone", flint) may refer to: Aaron Feuerstein (born 1925) was the third-generation owner and CEO of Malden Mills in Lawrence, Massa ..
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Veil (disambiguation)

German surnames
 Veil or similar may mean: Veil, an article of clothing Veil, a curtain or cloth hanging used in architecture, especially in a temple to separate a public space fro ..
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Feldman

German surnames
  Feldman is a German and Ashkenazi Jewish surname. Notable people with the surname include:Academics Arthur Feldman (born 1949), American cardiologist David B. Fel ..
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Schulz

German surnames
  Schulz is a common German and Jewish-Ashkenazi family name in Northern Germany. The German word Schulz originates from the local official known as Schultheiß or ..
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Rosen

German surnames
  Rosen is a surname. Notable people with this surname include:People A–H Adam Rosen (born 1984), American-born British luger Olympian Al Rosen (1924†..
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Lehrer

German surnames
  Lehrer, potentially recorded in various spellings including Lehr, Lehrer, Lehrian and Lehrmann, is a surname that can be either Germanic or Jewish.Origin Lehrer ha ..
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Haas (surname)

German surnames
 Haas, also de Haas, is a German and Dutch surname, also Jewish (Ashkenazic), usually from Hase or de Haas, the German and Dutch words for "hare". Notable people wit ..
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Frenzel

German surnames
  Frenzel is a German family name that originated in the Rhineland, and today is prevalent among Volga Germans and in east-central Germany, focused on Dresden. It is ..
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Drexler

German surnames
 Drexler is a German surname. It may refer to: People Anton Drexler, German politician and early mentor of Adolf Hitler Clyde Drexler, American basketball player ..
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Rader

German surnames
 Rader, Roeder, or sometimes Raeder are surnames with German roots believed to be Americanized spellings of the German surnames Röder and Räder and may refer t ..
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Krauss

German surnames
 Krauss is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include: Alison Krauss (born 1971), American bluegrass musician Alexis Krauss (born 1985), musician of ..
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Brauer

German surnames
 Brauer or Bräuer is a surname of German origin, meaning "brewer". Notable people with the name include:- Alfred Brauer (1894–1985), German-American mathe ..
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Schönborn

German surnames
 Schönborn may refer to: Places Schönborn, Brandenburg, in the Elbe-Elster district, Brandenburg Bad Schönborn, in the district of Karlsruhe, Baden-Wü ..
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Schmitt (surname)

German surnames
 Schmitt is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include: Adam Schmitt, American singer/songwriter Al Schmitt (born 1930), American recorded music engi ..
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Acker

German surnames
  Acker is a surname from German or Old English, meaning "field". It is related to the word "acre" and is the root of the surname Ackerman.People with this surname ..
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Katzenbach

German surnames
 Katzenbach may refer to: Places Katzenbach, Germany, a municipality in the Donnersbergkreis district, in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany Katzenberg, subdivision in ..
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Goldberg (surname)

German surnames
  Goldberg is a surname of German or Yiddish origin, meaning 'gold mountain'. It is common among Ashkenazi Jews, and may refer to:Entertainment Adam Goldberg (bo ..
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Wertheimer

German surnames
 Wertheimer is an Ashkenazi Jewish surname:People with this surname include: Akiba Israel Wertheimer (1778-1835), first Chief Rabbi of Altona and Schleswig-Holstein ..
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Sternberg (surname)

German surnames
  Sternberg is surname of: Persons Counts of Sternberg (Å ternberkové), Bohemian nobility Ben-Zion Sternberg (1894–1962), a Zionist statesman Charles ..
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Lerner

German surnames
 Lerner is a German and Jewish family name. Its literal meaning can be either "student" or "scholar". It may refer to: Organizations Lerner Enterprises, a real e ..
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Dorfman

German surnames
 Dorfman is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Allen Dorfman, Teamsters official Ariel Dorfman, Chilean-American writer Barnaby Dorfman, founder of ..
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Schwartz (surname)

German surnames
  Schwartz is a last name of German origin, meaning "black" (modern spelling in German is ). It was originally a nickname for someone with black hair or a dark comp ..
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Schechter

German surnames
 Schachter, Schächter or Schechter (from Yiddish shochet, 'to slaughter'. Hebrew:שכטר also Shechter) is a Yiddish and German surname. Notable people ..
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Haller

German surnames
 Haller is a surname of English and German origin. It is the last name of: Albin Haller (1849–1925), French chemist Albrecht von Haller (1708–1777), S ..
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Schulze

German surnames
 Schulze is a German surname, from the medieval office of Schulze, or village official. Notable people with the surname include: Andrew Schulze (1896–1982), ..
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Rosenfeld

German surnames
  Rosenfeld is a German name meaning "rose field" or "field of roses"It may refer to:Places Rosenfeld, Germany, a town in Baden-Württemberg Rosenfeld, Manitoba, ..
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Fiedler

German surnames
 Fiedler is a German word for "fiddler", and is a German and Ashkenazi Jewish surname. Notable people with the surname include: Adolf Gottlieb Fiedler (1771– ..
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Hirsch

German surnames
  Hirsch may refer to:Places Hirsch, Saskatchewan, Canada Hirsch Observatory, in Troy, New York, U.S. ==People== Afua Hirsch (born 1981), Norwegian-born Britis ..
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Meier

German surnames
 Meier may refer to:A historical kind of bailiff in parts of the Low Countries People Meier, Armin, Swiss cyclist Meier, Armin (actor), German actor Meier, Barb ..
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Baum

German surnames
  Baum is a German surname meaning "tree" (not to be confused with the French surname Baume). Notable people with this surname include: Bernie Baum (1929–1993 ..
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Schwarzkopf

German surnames
  Schwarzkopf ("black head" in German) may refer to: Companies Hans Schwarzkopf GmbH, a beauty care company Schwarzkopf & Schwarzkopf Verlag, a German publishing ..
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Unger

German surnames
 Unger may refer to: Unger (bishop of Poland) (died 1012), bishop of PoznaÅ„ starting in 1000 Unger, West Virginia Unger Island, a small, ice-free island of Anta ..
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Fürstenberg

German surnames
 Fürstenberg (also Fuerstenberg and Furstenberg) may refer to: Historical states Fürstenberg-Baar, county (1441–1559) Fürstenberg-Blumberg, county ..
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Kolb (surname)

German surnames
 The surname Kolb originates from the Middle High German "kolbe", with various meanings. The main sense is a mace â€“ a heavy medieval war club with a spik ..
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Abts

German surnames
 Abts, a variation of the surname Abt, is an occupational surname of Dutch and German origin derived from the clerical title of abbot. Notable people with the surn ..
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Schweitzer

German surnames
 Schweitzer is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: Albert Schweitzer, German theologian, musician, physician, and medical missionary, winner of the ..
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Kiefer

German surnames
 Kiefer is German for jaw (jaw bone) or pine tree.It may also be a variation of the German word Küfer for cooper (barrelmaker). It may refer to: People Kiefer ..
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Fichtner

German surnames
 Fichtner, Fiechtner, or any variant thereof is a surname originating from areas where German is spoken. Descendants of the Fichtner name are spread though Germany, ..
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Scherer

German surnames
 Scherer and Scherrer is a German language surname widespread in German speaking Europe since the Middle Ages, with the begin of the colonization it also came to Nor ..
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Jüngling

German surnames
  Jüngling is a surname of German origin. It has been anglicized as Juengling, Jungling, Yuengling,Yungling, and Yingling. Branches of this family currently exis ..
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Schick

German surnames
  Schick may refer to:Schick (razors), a brand of safety razors People Alfredo Catalán Schick (born 1968), current mayor of El Hatillo Municipality in Venezuela ..
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Rubenstein

German surnames
  Rubenstein may refer to: Alan Rubenstein, British businessman Atoosa Rubenstein (born 1972), journalist and editor-in-chief of Seventeen magazine David Rubenstein ..
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Schnitzer

German surnames
 Schnitzer is a German noun meaning "carver" and is the surname of: Eduard Schnitzer (1840–1892), physician, naturalist and governor of the Egyptian province ..
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Braun

German surnames
  Braun is a common surname, originating from the German word for the color brown. The name is the 22nd most common family name in Germany. Many German emigrants to ..
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Kapp

German surnames
 Kapp or KAPP may refer to: Kapp, Norway, village in Østre Toten, Oppland, Norway Kapp Records, a record label KAPP (TV), channel 35, ABC affiliate for Yakima, W ..
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Pichler

German surnames
 Pichler is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include: Alfred Pichler (1913–1992), bishop Anita Pichler (1948–1997), Italian writer an ..
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Bauman

German surnames
 Bauman is a surname. Respelling of German Baumann or Jewish (Ashkenazic) or Scandinavian spelling of the same name. Notable people with the surname include: Christ ..
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Witt

German surnames
  Witt or WITT may refer to:Arts, entertainment, and media Witt (book), a book by Patti Smith WITT (FM), a radio station (91.9 FM) in Zionsville, Indiana, United S ..
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Steinmetz

German surnames
 Steinmetz/Steynmets is a German surname, meaning stonemason. It may refer to:People Johann Adam Steinmetz (1689–1762), German Lutheran theologian Karl Frie ..
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Löwenthal

German surnames
 Löwenthal is a surname of Germanic language origin.Notable people with this name include: Gerhard Löwenthal (1922–2002), a German journalist Johann L ..
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Lindemann

German surnames
 Lindemann is a German surname.Persons Notable people with the surname include: Arts and entertainment Jens Lindemann, trumpet player Julie Lindemann, American ph ..
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Mozart (disambiguation)

German surnames
  Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756–1791) was a composer during the Classical period.Mozart may also refer to:People Related to Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Mozart ..
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Lederer

German surnames
 Lederer is a surname of German origin, meaning "leatherworker". Notable people with the surname include: Ábrahám Lederer (1827 1916), Czech-Hungarian educato ..
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Schmuck (surname)

German surnames
  Schmuck is a surname of German origin. As a noun, it means jewelry; as an adjective, it means neat in the sense of clean, tidy, or having a simple elegance. The ..
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Klein (surname)

German surnames
 Klein is the Dutch, German and Afrikaans word for "small", which came to be used as a surname, and thence passed into the names of places, concepts and discoveries ..
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Schnitzler

German surnames
  There have been several people named Schnitzler ( ): Arthur Schnitzler (born 1862), an Austrian playwright and author, son of Johann Barbara Schnitzler (born 1953 ..
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Maier

German surnames
 Maier is a surname of German origin. It is a variant spelling of the more usual "Meyer", which is cognate with the English word "mayor". Bernhard Maier (born 1963) ..
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