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Analoge Latinismen sind "Agenda" = "was getan werden mu" und "Propaganda" = "was verbreitet werden mu".

According to the 1990 Census, German-Americans were the largest single ethnic group in the US with 57,947,374 persons or 23.3 percent of the US population claiming some form of Germanic ancestry - German, Austrian, or German Swiss. D., gradually spreading northward into the Germanic lands and the rest of Europe. Familiennamen meiner Vorfahren mtterlicherseits: Aigner | Albrecht | Ambros | Asn | Bauer | Birgig | Ebner | Egginger | Ernst | Ertl | Ettenhofer | Fischer | Geiger | Gigl | Gramann | Hrtl | Heininger | Holler | Jacob, Jakob | Kagerbauer | Klingseis | Knig | Kstlmaier | Kramer | Kramhller | Kreuzer | Kroi | Kroner | Kufner | Kurz | Lallinger | Mader | Maier | Mattschilles | Moser | Niedermaier | Nirschl | Penn | Pichlmayer | Pledl, Pletl | Phn | Prochers | Rager | Raith | Rankl | Reif | Reitberger | Rhrl | Sailer | Saxinger | Schiller | Schopf | Schreiner | Sedlmaier | Segl | Seidl | Sigl | Simmeth | Sitzberger | Stadler | Stangl | Steinbauer | S | Uttinger | Waindinger | Weber | Weinberger | Wei | Wittenzellner | Wurzer | Zeintl | Zitzler | Familiennamen meiner Vorfahren vterlicherseits: Benz | Brandl | Brunner | Delater | Gerlmaier | Heugl | Kausa / Kauser | Kerschl | Kilger | Miller | Ortmaier | Spth | Trost | Wagner | Zitzelsberger "Alexander" ist ein engl.

By 1500 the use of family names such as Schmidt (smith), Petersen (son of Peter), and Bcker (baker) was common in the German-speaking regions and all across Europe. But what about the (true) case of the Portuguese "Soares" changing to German "Schwar(t)z"?

- because an immigrant from Portugal ended up in the German section of a community and no one could pronounce his name. Some relatively famous examples of Germanic-English name alterations include "Blumenthal"/"Bloomingdale", "Bing"/"Boeing", "Stutenbecker"/"Studebaker", and "Wistinghausen"/"Westinghouse".

Or "Baumann" ("farmer") becoming "Bowman" ("sailor" or "archer"? Below is a chart of some common German-English name variations. "Pflichtfreies Erbe" und ist vermutlich eine Herkunftsbezeichnung zur franzsischen Gemeinde "Les Alleux" in den franzsischen Ardennen.

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And it's not surprising that most of these inquiries come from Americans. German Family Names - Part 1 Name Meanings - Familiennamen German Surnames (Nachnamen) and Their English Meanings Germanic Genealogy: Tracing your Germanic roots The first European surnames seem to have arisen in northern Italy around 1000 A. Ein "Ahlborn" ist jedenfalls ein "schmutziger Brunnen" von mnd. Der "Ahlborn" kommt also entweder aus dem Ort "Ahlborn" oder wohnte selbst direkt an einer "schmutzigen Quelle".

) One: First Names, Vornamen One of the most common inquiries I get concerns German names. ) "Alleu" ou "franc-alleu": du francique "ald", latin "allodium", "hritage libre de tous devoirs fodaux", y compris de droits de mutation appels "lods" (d'ailleurs toujours appels ainsi de nos jours dans le canton de Neuchtel en Suisse). Wie alle Namen kann auch "Ahlborn" natrlich auf eine Ortsbezeichnung zurckgehen. "alxo" = "wehre ab", "schtze" und "aner", "andrs" = "Mann".

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) Alexander | Alexander (Name of Seven Men) | Alexander (Name of Several Early Bishops) | Alexander I, Pope Saint | Alexander II, Pope | Alexander III, Pope | Alexander IV, Pope | Alexander V | Alexander VI, Pope | Alexander VII, Pope | Alexander VIII, Pope | Alexander, Saint (Of Cappadocia and Jerusalem) | Alexander, Saint (Bishop of Comana) | Alexander, Saint (Patriarch of Alexandria) | Alexander Briant, Blessed | Alexander Natalis | Alexander of Abonoteichos | Alexander of Hales | Alexander of Lycopolis - Fourth-century writer | Alexander Sauli, Blessed - Apostle of Corsica (1533-1592) (E?

The translation shown for a surname may not be the only possibility.