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_function=suche_buchstabe&buchstabe=A Alexander (3.5.) | Alexander (10.7.) (E? ) 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. Some names are derived from Old German and may have a different meaning from that in modern German. - Also see: Top 50 German Surnames and What's in a (German) Name? ) Wer war Murphy und wie kam er zur Aufstellung seines Gesetzes?

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.

Ein anderer Hinweis fhrt den Namen "Alawis" als Bezug an, der sich zusammensetzt aus althdt. "wis" = "weise", so da sich die Bedeutung "Der sehr Weise" ergibt.

"Allmann", oder noch schner, "Allmang" sind dagegen die Familiennamen, die wir unseren franzsischen Nachbarn verdanken, denn dem heutigen Wort "Deutsch" verweigert sich ihre Zunge. Der Name "Aloysius" ist ein altdeutscher Name mit der Bedeutung "berhmter Kmpfer". ) Aloysius | Costello, John Aloysius | Stepinac, Aloysius (E?

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