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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_the_most_common_surnames_in_Germany

List of the most common surnames in Germany[edit]. Müller, occupation (miller); Schmidt, occupation (smith) Schneider, occupation (tailor); Fischer, occupation ...

surnames.behindthename.com/names/usage/german

A list of surnames in which the usage is German. ... The place names are derived from Low German achter "behind" and berg "mountain, hill". ACKER German ...

www.familyeducation.com/baby-names/browse-origin/surname/german

Abbas · Abbe · Abegglen · Abel · Abeln · Abend · Abendroth · Aber · Abitz · Abitz · Abke · Abt · Abts · Ach · Achatz · Achen · Achenbach · Achorn · Achter ...

blogs.ancestry.com/cm/there-are-four-common-types-of-german-surnames-which-one-is-yours

German surnames [Photo credit: Shutterstock] In German, a surname is called the “Nachname” or “Familienname.” The family name gradually started being used ...

blogs.ancestry.com/cm/what-does-your-german-surname-say-about-you

Enter your last name to learn its meaning and origin. ... Many German surnames are descriptive names based on a physical characteristic, such as size or hair ...

en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Appendix:German_surnames

17.13.1 Str-; 17.13.2 Stu-. 17.14 Su-. 18 T; 19 U; 20 V; 21 W; 22 X; 23 Y; 24 Z; 25 See also. 25.1 German wikipedia; 25.2 Nobilities; 25.3 Person lists. 26 Further ...

www.searchforancestors.com/surnames/origin/germansurnames.html

Common German Surnames and their surname origins and last name meanings. Germany Family History.

www.alumniportal-deutschland.org/en/germany/country-people/german-surnames-family-names

German surnames carry historical significance. Many come from the Middle Ages and can be traced back to peoples' occupations. Read more!

newbremenhistory.org/GENEALOGY/German_Names.htm

Those of you who have German ancestors, did you ever wonder what your surname (last name) means, or how it originated? Dr. George F. Jones wrote a most ...