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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Wed Feb 23, 2011 12:53 pm 
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Location: with Till und Christoph!!!! Waidmanns Heil
My mom's biological father's last name was Fetzer which is German, so I'm told. Also my last name Harmon is german!!

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Tue Mar 22, 2011 8:38 am 
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^So is my great grandparents

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Wed May 11, 2011 8:03 pm 
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Mine is Goering, it can be written also Göring

I like it though there's a creepy story behind it :shock: :shock:

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Thu May 12, 2011 11:22 am 
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Location: In Veronica and Emilie's striped stockings ;)
Mine is Homeyer. My greatgrandparents came over here from Germany :)

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Sat May 14, 2011 8:17 pm 
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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
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Fleischfresser
Mückenhirn-----Mosquitobrain



I have a teacher with the name of Fleischfresser :D

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Sun May 15, 2011 1:12 pm 
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lol i'm german and just noticed the last name Einstein translated from German to English could mean: A Stone (Ein Stein) :bounce:

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Mon Jun 13, 2011 3:18 pm 
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Funny things, those names. :)
My family name is Heilmann, and it comes from a german merchant that went travelling, settled down and had a family. (I'm not originally danish, I'm adopted).
It doesn't seem like a very common name in Germany:
http://genealogy.about.com/cs/surname/a/german_surnames.htm

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Mon Jul 09, 2012 11:25 pm 
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Location: SFV, California, US; snuggled between Richard and Paul....Ooo Flake, come here! <3
You can also try this website, and it has the coat of arms for each surname. :D

http://www.scottishpenpals.com/german-c ... arms-a.php

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
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I have a German ancestor with the family name of Earhart... I don't know much about her, though. :(

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Wed Jul 11, 2012 11:12 am 
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Interesting topic.
I have a German family name as well :)

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Fri Jul 13, 2012 6:58 am 
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English Meaning English Meaning
Aachen/Achen Aachen/Aix-la-Chapelle (German city)
Abend/Abendroth evening/dusk
Abt abbott
Ackerman(n) farmer
Adler eagle
Amsel

Bach brook
Bachmeier farmer by the brook
Bader/Baader bath, spa keeper
Baecker/Becker baker
Baer/Bar bear
Barth beard
Bauer farmer, peasant
Baum tree
Bayer/Beyer Bavarian
Beckenbauer basin/bowl maker
Beich/Beike slope (OHG)
Berg mountain
Bergmann miner
Bieber beaver (industrious)
Biermann beer man (brewer)
Blau blue
Boehm/Bohm of Bohemia
Brandt fire, land cleared by fire
Brauer brewer
Braun brown
Bürger/Burger townsman, citizen
Busch/Bosch

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Ebersbach/Ebersbacher boar brook
Eberhardt/Eberhart strong as a boar
Eichel acorn, oak
Eichelberger of the oak hill
Eichmann oak man
Ehrlichmann honest man
Eiffel mountain range
Eisenberg iron mountain
Eisenhauer (-hower) iron hewer, miner
Egger/Eggers harrow, plow man
Engel

Hertz/Herz
Hertzog/Herzog duke
Himmel (-reich) heaven
Hirsch buck, deer
Hoch

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Fri Aug 24, 2012 2:04 am 
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My dad's name was Friedrich Thermann Schwartz and he was Indian! German Lutheran missionaries went to India in the Victorian era and converted lots of the locals (including my great grandfather who became a preacher) and my dad was named after his German god father. This makes me a British half-Indian, half-English baptised German Lutheran (non practicing!)


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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
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^^ My mother's husband (my dad adopted me after they got married) is an Ackerman and my biological father's mother's madien name was Apfel (apple).

ETA My great great grandmother was German and her surname was Maslow.

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
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A teacher that I used to have, his surname was Abenheimer, and a doctor that I saw about my Autism had Leibermann for his surname. Mine, though, is totally British, and I'm the only one in my family with a double-barreled surname (used to be Thorne but is now Thorne-Anderson)

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 Post subject: Re: german familynames
PostPosted: Sun Sep 16, 2012 5:40 pm 
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Location: Es gibt keinen guten Weg etwas Schlechtes zu tun. (There is no good way to do a bad thing.) T. L.
^ Ah, but Anderson CAN be German although it sounds Norse-ish. It can also be Scottish. Saint Andrew was patron saint of both Russia and Scotland. :angel:

One of my names, Hammond, is secretly German. My late, Ex, Ex-father-in-law changed it during WWII from Hamburg. His family was Russian-German and came to the USA as the Czarist system was falling to the Reds. The Germans in Russia were brought in by Catherine the Great, as she felt they were better farmers and would be more loyal to her. (She was German.) Germany was torn up by the Hundred Years War and many lower class people were desperate to escape marauding soldiers from all sides. (Think "Stone Soup" and maybe "Girl Genius"!) It was a popular escape route from a local hell-hole.

In return she promised them they could stay 100% German in culture. No Orthodox Church, no Russian language or Cyrillic lettering, no interference by any Russians below czarist emissary.

Of course this would all go away if the Czar did!

So that branch of the family moved to the area around Kiev, no doubt from somewhere near Hamburg. (They may have had NO last name before that... "mere peasants".) They left for America in 1917 via the Black Sea. When WWII hit, my late Ex Ex changed the name to avoid being IDed as enemy. His sons were just pleased to no longer be called hamburgers... :lol:

(Late Ex Ex = dead, divorced from my late Ex-mother-in-law, and me divorced from his son. 3 x gone!)

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