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by Nelly Weiss
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Die Deutsche Bibliothek Weiss, Nelly: The origin of Jewish family names : morphology and history /Nelly Weiss. Bern ; Berlin ; Bruxelles ; Frankfurt am Main ; New York ; Wien : Lang, 2002 ISBN 3-906768-19-8.
The names are grouped according to the countries in which they first occurred. The author then continues to show the morphology of Jewish family names, which reveals many interesting aspects about Jewish genealogy and identity. Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Paperback, 216 pages.
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Jewish surnames are family names used by Jews and of Jewish origin. Jewish surnames are thought to be of comparatively recent origin; the first known Jewish family names date to the middle ages, in the 10th and 11th centuries CE. Jews have some of the largest varieties of surnames among any ethnic group, owing to the geographically diverse Jewish diaspora, as well as cultural assimilation and fairly recent Hebraization of surnames.
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Family names can reveal interesting ethnic origins. An Ashkenazi called Franks probably has a Sephardi ancestor (Frank was a nickname for Sephardim). Likewise, a Sephardi called Tedesco most likely has Ashkenazi forebears (Tedesco means German). It delves into the history and development of Jewish family names, how and why names changed over time, gives numerous examples and provides a wealth of very readable information. A thoroughly entertaining and informative book. Jewish Family Names and Their Origins: An Etymological Dictionary by Heinrich Guggenheimer and Eva Guggenheimer.
Dictionary of American Family Names (Oxford,2003), Kaganoff, Benzion . A Dictionary of Jewish Names and their History (New York 1977), Laredo, Abraham . Les Noms Des Juifs Du Maroc, (Madrid 1978), Menk, Lars, A Dictionary of German-Jewish Surnames (Bergenfield, 2005), Stahl, Abraham, The Origin of Names – Origins and Evolution of Jewish Names (Or Yehudah, 2005), esp. pp. 155-290.
Perhaps the largest group of Jewish family names associated with the area of residence
For example: German-Yiddish names. Perhaps the largest group of Jewish family names associated with the area of residence. Either it’s name without the suffix, such as mints, Landau, Berlin, Oyerbah or with the Russian suffix -s, as, for example, Zarudinsky, Warsaw Russian suffix -ov as Sverdlov (from the village of Sverdlov), or with Yiddish ending -er : Mirer (of the World) Logovier (of logs).
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