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 Post subject: german familynames
PostPosted: Fri Apr 17, 2009 11:29 pm 
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some of you ask me for the most family names in germany and i will try to aswer that now

müller
schmitd
schneider
fischer
meyer
weber
wagner
becker
schulz
hoffmann
schäfer
koch
bauer
richter
klein
wolf
schröder
neumann
schwarz
zimmermann
braun
hoffmann
hartmann
lange
schmitt
werner
schmitz
krause
meier

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Sat Apr 18, 2009 6:30 am 
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I wish mine was Wolf 8) Schwarz would be great, but people here would make Space Balls jokes all the time :lol:
Thanks for the list, Punky :hug:

It's interesting how here we have names that, maybe at one point were German, but don't seem to be very common over there now at all.
Like my married name, which is supposed to be "old German" but most Germans would say it's not very German at all :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Sat Apr 18, 2009 8:24 am 
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the 100 of family names
1. Müller, Berufsbezeichnung
2. Schmidt, Berufsbezeichnung (alle Schreibvarianten zusammen ergeben Platz 1)
3. Schneider, Berufsbezeichnung
4. Fischer, Berufsbezeichnung
5. Weber, Berufsbezeichnung
6. Meyer, Berufsbezeichnung (alle Schreibvarianten zusammen ergeben Platz 2)
7. Wagner, Berufsbezeichnung
8. Becker, Berufsbezeichnung, Wohnstättenname
9. Schulz, Berufsbezeichnung
10. Hoffmann, Berufsbezeichnung
11. Schäfer, Berufsbezeichnung
12. Koch, Berufsbezeichnung
13. Bauer, Berufsbezeichnung
14. Richter, Berufsbezeichnung
15. Klein, Eigenschaft („Der Kleine“)
16. Wolf, Herkunft des Namens unklar
17. Schröder (Schneider), Berufsbezeichnung
18. Neumann, Eigenschaft („Der Neue“)
19. Schwarz, Eigenschaft („Der Schwarzhaarige“)
20. Zimmermann, Berufsbezeichnung
21. Braun, Eigenschaft („Der Braunhaarige“)
22. Krüger, Berufsbezeichnung
23. Hofmann, Berufsbezeichnung
24. Hartmann, Vorname
25. Lange, Eigenschaft („Der Große“)
26. Schmitt, Berufsbezeichnung
27. Werner, Vorname
28. Schmitz, Berufsbezeichnung
29. Krause, Eigenschaft
30. Meier, Berufsbezeichnung
31. Lehmann, Berufsbezeichnung/Stand
32. Schmid, Berufsbezeichnung
33. Schulze, Berufsbezeichnung
34. Maier, Berufsbezeichnung
35. Köhler, Berufsbezeichnung
36. Herrmann, Vorname
37. König, Übername, Hausname
38. Walter, Vorname
39. Mayer, Berufsbezeichnung
40. Huber, Berufsbezeichnung
41. Kaiser, Übername, Hausname
42. Fuchs, Übername
43. Peters, Vorname
44. Lang, Eigenschaft
45. Scholz, Berufsbezeichnung
46. Möller, Berufsbezeichnung
47. Weiß, Eigenschaft
48. Jung, Eigenschaft
49. Hahn, Übername
50. Schubert, Berufsbezeichnung (Schuhmacher)
51. Vogel, Übername; Hausname
52. Friedrich, Vorname
53. Keller, Berufsbezeichnung
54. Günther, Vorname
55. Frank, Herkunft (aus Franken)
56. Berger, Wohnstättenname
57. Winkler, Berufsbezeichnung
58. Roth, Übername, Wohnstättenname
59. Beck, Wohnstättenname
60. Lorenz, Vorname
61. Baumann, Berufsbezeichnung (Bauer)
62. Franke, Herkunft (aus Franken)
63. Albrecht, Vorname
64. Schuster, Berufsbezeichnung
65. Simon, Vorname
66. Ludwig, Vorname
67. Böhm, Herkunft (aus Böhmen)
68. Winter, Übername
69. Kraus, Eigenschaft
70. Martin, Vorname
71. Schumacher, Berufsbezeichnung
72. Krämer, Berufsbezeichnung (Kleinhändler)
73. Vogt, Berufsbezeichnung (advocatus, Verwalter)
74. Stein, Wohnstättenname
75. Jäger, Berufsbezeichnung
76. Otto, Vorname
77. Sommer, sozial bedingte Beziehung zur Jahreszeit
78. Groß, Eigenschaft
79. Seidel, Vorname ('Sieg-' wie Siegfried, Sieghart, Seywald)
80. Heinrich, Vorname
81. Brandt, Personenname (Hildebrand, Gerbrand, Wolbrand etc.)
82. Haas, Hausname, Übername für den Jäger
83. Schreiber, Berufsbezeichnung
84. Graf, Berufsbezeichnung (Aufsichtsbeamter), Übername
85. Schulte, Berufsbezeichnung (Schultheiß)
86. Dietrich, Vorname
87. Ziegler, Berufsname (Ziegelbrenner)
88. Kuhn
89. Kühn, Eigenschaft
90. Pohl, Herkunft aus Polen; Beziehung zu Polen
91. Engel, Vorname, Hausname
92. Horn, Wohnstättenname, Herkunftsbezeichnung
93. Busch, Wohnstättenname
94. Bergmann, Wohnstättenname (am Berg wohnend), Berufsbezeichnung
95. Thomas, Vorname
96. Voigt, Berufsbezeichnung (advocatus, Verwalter)
97. Sauer, Eigenschaft (böse, grimmig)
98. Arnold, Vorname
99. Wolff, Übername
100. Pfeiffer, Berufsbezeichnung (Spielmann)

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Sat Apr 18, 2009 3:32 pm 
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@ Naryx :shock: That's interesting
North German (also Bräss): nickname from Middle Low German bras ‘noise’, ‘pomp’, a related form of brasch (see Braasch).
German: topographic name from Brass ‘broom’, ‘gorse’, a common name element in the Lower Rhine and Ruhr.
My grandfather(father of my mother) was a German and his surname was Braß. he came to Holland with his parents when he was two and married a Dutch girl and they got two daughters(mother and her sister) With the upcoming war he didn't want to sound German , but could only have his name changed in Brass(still sounds German to me :lol: )

@Punky Danke. I saw some familiar names :D :hug:

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
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Mt surname is more French than German to be honest, and no-one can say it right (or my first name for that matter).

Great list, Punky!

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Mon Apr 27, 2009 7:30 am 
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I wish mine was Wolf 8) Schwarz would be great, but people here would make Space Balls jokes all the time :lol:
Thanks for the list, Punky :hug:

It's interesting how here we have names that, maybe at one point were German, but don't seem to be very common over there now at all.
Like my married name, which is supposed to be "old German" but most Germans would say it's not very German at all :lol:


:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
funny to know

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Mon Apr 27, 2009 3:27 pm 
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^ :lol:
Well, you know my last name. Is it really German? :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
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and here same funny german surname

Wifelspütz------- I can´t imagination what the meaning is :lol:
Geil-------------- That means horny
Kretschmer---------I idea too
Blasen------------kind a b....-job :wink:
Arsch-----------I think you what it mean
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Mückenhirn-----Mosquitobrain

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
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My ex is German, but his family name sure as heck doesn't sound like it.... :? Doesn't really matter anyway, since his father changed the surname to "Anglicize" it. That deserves another :roll:

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Tue May 12, 2009 8:36 am 
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Morgaine* wrote:
and here same funny german surname

Wifelspütz------- I can´t imagination what the meaning is :lol:
Geil-------------- That means horny
Kretschmer---------I idea too
Blasen------------kind a b....-job :wink:
Arsch-----------I think you what it mean
Butterbrot
Fleischfresser
Mückenhirn-----Mosquitobrain


I've seen a number of people with the surname Ficker, too. :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
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^I found it funny that Till's last name "Lindemann" is translated to "Lime Man"; something to do with lime trees

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
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:) I think it doesn't mean lime-tree but linden-tree same as our Dutch " linde" any way he remains a tree man :wink:

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Fri May 15, 2009 12:09 pm 
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Morgaine* wrote:
and here same funny german surname

Wifelspütz
Geil
Kretschmer
Blasen
Arsch
Butterbrot
Fleischfresser
Mückenhirn



:rolling: :rolling: :rolling: :rolling: :rolling: :rolling: :rolling: :rolling:


o i heard somethin other very funny names

an dentist name was DR. ZAHNWEH (it means your teeth hurt :rolling: )
an veterenay dr. haufen (it means what pets are leving in the toilette :lol: )

or what i realy liked was in an flower shop

the owners name was Christian Rosenrot :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
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^ :lol: Zahnweg :lol:

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Fri May 15, 2009 10:34 pm 
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^^Christian Rosenrot...cute :wink:

The name Christian must be a really popular name for guys in Germany...but is it really a German name??

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