Jewish names
The Jewish name has historically varied, encompassing throughout the centuries several different traditions. This article looks at the onomastics practices of the Jewish people, that is, the history ...
Jewish surname
Jews have historically used Hebrew patronymic names. In the Jewish patronymic system the first name is followed by either ben- or bat- ("son of" and "daughter of," respectively), and then the father's...
Bär
Bär (or Baer, from German: bear) is the surname of:
Bär - Wikipedia
Ben Asher (surname)
Ben Asher is a Jewish surname meaning "son of Asher".
Bernbaum
Bernbaum is a variation of German surname Birnbaum. Notable people with the surname include:
Feuerwerker
Feuerwerker is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Benda
Benda may refer to:
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Victor Gollancz Ltd
Victor Gollancz Ltd was a major British book publishing house of the twentieth century. It was founded in 1927 by Victor Gollancz (1893–1967) and specialised in the publication of high quality literat...
Victor Gollancz Ltd - Wikipedia
Goldman
Goldman is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
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Ben-Zvi
Ben-Zvi is a Jewish surname of Hebrew origin, meaning "son of [a] deer", and may refer to:
Drach
Drach is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
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Abendana
Abendana is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Baer
Baer (or Bär, from German: bear) is the surname of:
Baer - Wikipedia
Weingarten
Weingarten may refer to:
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Bialik
Bialik was originally a Polish/Czech surname before it was adopted by the Ashkenazi Jewish population. The name probably originated from the Polish word Biały (meaning white). People with this name in...
Aarons (surname)
Aarons is a Jewish patronymic surname, meaning "son of Aaron", the prefix Aaron meaning "lofty". It is most common amongst Jews in English language countries. It is uncommon as a given name. Notable p...
Cherith
Chorath /ˈxɔrɑːθ/; also Cherith (/ˈkɪərɪθ/; Hebrew: נחל חוּרית Naḥal Ḥorath or Hebrew: נחל כּוּרת Naḥal Korath; وادي الحريث Wādī Āl Ḥorayth; Greek: Χειμάῤῥους Cheimárrhous or Χοῤῥάθ Chorrháth) m...
Bomberg
Bomberg is a surname, borne, among others by
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Moshe Alshich
Moshe Alshich, also spelled Alshech, (1508–1593, Safed), known as the Alshich Hakadosh (the Holy), was a prominent rabbi, preacher, and biblical commentator in the latter part of the 16th century.The ...
Moshe Alshich - Wikipedia
Goldscheider
Goldscheider is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Benesch
Benesch is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
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Alpert
Alpert is a variation of the Jewish surname Heilprin, and may refer to:Alpert as a fictional character may refer to: Alpert may also refer to:
Alpert - Wikipedia
Bauer (surname)
Bauer is a German surname meaning "peasant" or "farmer". Notable people with the surname include:Fictional characters:
Cohen (surname)
Cohen (Hebrew: כֹּהֵן, kōhēn, "priest") is a Jewish surname of biblical origins (see: Kohen). It is a very common Jewish surname, and the following information discusses only that origin.Bearing the s...
Barenboim
Barenboim is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Barenboim - Wikipedia
Yehuda Alharizi
Yehuda Alharizi, also Judah ben Solomon Harizi or al-Harizi (Hebrew: יהודה בן שלמה אלחריזי‎, Yehudah ben Shelomo al-Harizi, Arabic: يحيا بن سليمان بن شاؤل أبو زكريا الحريزي اليهودي من أ...
Yehuda Alharizi - Wikipedia
Abramczyk (surname)
Abramczyk (variously transliterated into other languages as: Abramczik, Abramcyk, Abramcik, Abramchik, Abramchyk, Abramtchik, Abramschik, Abramtshik, Abramtschik, Abrahmczyk, Abrahmcik, Abrahmchik, Ab...
Aron (name)
Aron (/ærən/) is a masculine given name and a surname. It is an alternate spelling of Aaron, prominent biblical figure in the Old Testament. The name means "mountaineer", or "mount of strength". Ther...