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Ashkenazim and their names


 Ashkenazic Jews were among the last Europeans to take family names. Some German-speaking Jews took last names as early as the 17th century, but the overwhelming majority of Jews lived in Eastern Europe and did not take last names until compelled to do so. The process began in the Austro-Hungarian Empire in 1787 and ended in Czarist Russia in 1844.


In attempting to build modern nation-states, the authorities insisted that Jews take last names so that they could be taxed, drafted and educated (in that order of importance). For centuries, Jewish communal leaders were responsible for collecting taxes from the Jewish population on behalf of the government, and in some cases were responsible for filling draft quotas. Education was traditionally an internal Jewish affair.


Until this period, Jewish names generally changed with every generation. For example, if Moses son of Mendel (Moyshe ben Mendel) married Sarah daughter of Rebecca (Sora bas Rifke), had a boy and named it Samuel (Shmuel), the child would be called Shmuel ben Moyshe. If they had a girl and named her Feygele, she would be called Feygele bas Sora.


Jews distrusted the authorities and resisted the new requirement. Although they were forced to take last names, at first they were used only for official purposes. Among themselves, they kept their traditional names. Over time, Jews accepted the new last names, which were essential as Jews sought to advance within the broader society and as the shtetles were transformed or Jews left them for big cities.


The easiest way for Jews to assume an official last name was to adapt the name they already had, making it permanent. This explains the use of “patronymics” and “matronymics.”


PATRONYMICS (son of…..)


In Yiddish or German, it would be “son” or “sohn” or “er.” In most Slavic languages like Polish or Russian, it would be “wich” or “witz.”


For example: The son of Mendel took the last name Mendelsohn; the son of Abraham became Abramson or Avromovitch; the son of Menashe became Manishewitz; the son of Itzhak became Itskowitz; the son of Berl took the name Berliner; the son of Kesl took the name Kessler, etc.


MATRONYMICS (daughter of…)


Reflecting the prominence of Jewish women in business, some families made last names out of women’s first names: Chaiken — son of Chaikeh; Edelman — husband of Edel; Gittelman — husband of Gitl; Glick or Gluck — may derive from Glickl, a popular woman’s name as in the famous “Glickl of Hameln,” whose memoirs, written around 1690, are an early example of Yiddish literature


Gold/Goldman/Gulden may derived from Golda; Malkov from Malke; Perlman — husband of Perl; Rivken — may derive from Rivke; Soronsohn—son of Sarah.


PLACE NAMES


The next most common source of Jewish last names is probably places. Jews used the town or region where they lived, or where their families came from, as their last name. As a result, the Germanic origins of most East European Jews is reflected in their names. For example, Asch is an acronym for the towns of Aisenshtadt or Altshul or Amshterdam. Other place-based Jewish names include: Auerbach/Orbach; Bacharach; Berger (generic for townsman); Berg (man), meaning, from a hilly place; Bayer — from Bavaria; Bamberger; Berliner, Berlinsky — from Berlin; Bloch (foreigner); Brandeis; Breslau; Brodsky; Brody; Danziger Deutch/Deutscher — German; Dorf(man), meaning villager; Eisenberg; Epstein; Florsheim; Frankel — from the Franconia region of Germany; Frankfurter; Ginsberg; Gordon — from Grodno, Lithuania or from the Russian word gorodin, for townsman; Greenberg; Halperin—from Helbronn, Germany; Hammerstein; Heller — from Halle, Germany; Hollander — not from Holland, but from town in Lithuania settled by Dutch; Horowitz, Hurwich, Gurevitch — from Horovice in Bohemia; Koenigsberg; Krakauer — from Cracow, Poland; Landau; Lipsky — from Leipzig, Germany; Litwak — from Lithuania; Minsky — from Minsk, Belarus; Mintz—from Mainz, Germany; Oppenheimer; Ostreicher — from Austria; Pinsky — from Pinsk, Belarus; Posner — from Posen, Germany; Prager — from Prague; Rappoport — from Porto, Italy; Rothenberg — from then town of the red fortress in Germany; Shapiro — from Speyer, Germany; Schlesinger — from Silesia, Germany; Steinberg; Unger — from Hungary; Vilner — from Vilna, Poland/Lithuania; Wallach—from Bloch, derived from the Polish word for foreigner; Warshauer/Warshavsky—from Warsaw; Wiener — from Vienna; Weinberg.


OCCUPATIONAL NAMES


Craftsmen/Workers


Ackerman — plowman; Baker/Boker — baker; Blecher — tinsmith; Fleisher/Fleishman/Katzoff/Metzger — butcher; Cooperman — coppersmith; Drucker — printer; Einstein — mason; Farber — painter/dyer; Feinstein — jeweler; Fisher — fisherman; Forman — driver/teamster; Garber/Gerber—tanner; Glazer/Glass/Sklar — glazier; Goldstein — goldsmith; Graber — engraver; Kastner — cabinet maker; Kunstler — artist; Kramer — store keeper; Miller — miller; Nagler — nail maker; Plotnick — carpenter; Sandler/Shuster — shoemaker; Schmidt/Kovalsky — blacksmith; Shnitzer — carver; Silverstein — jeweler; Spielman — player (musician?); Stein/Steiner/Stone — jeweler; Wasserman — water carrier


Merchants


Garfinkel/Garfunkel — diamond dealer; Holzman/Holtz/Waldman — timber dealer; Kaufman — merchant; Rokeach — spice merchant; Salzman — salt merchant; Seid/Seidman—silk merchant; Tabachnik — snuff seller; Tuchman — cloth merchant; Wachsman — wax dealer; Wechsler/Halphan — money changer; Wollman — wool merchant; Zucker/Zuckerman — sugar merchant


Related to tailoring


Kravitz/Portnoy/Schneider/Snyder — tailor; Nadelman/Nudelman — also tailor from “needle’; Sher/Sherman — also tailor from “scissors” or “shears”; Presser/Pressman — clothing presser; Futterman/Kirshner/Kushner/Peltz — furrier; Weber — weaver


Medical


Aptheker — druggist; Feldsher — surgeon; Bader/Teller — barber


Related to liquor trade


Bronfman/Brand/Brandler/Brenner — distiller; Braverman/Meltzer — brewer; Kabakoff/Krieger/Vigoda — tavern keeper; Geffen — wine merchant; Wine/Weinglass — wine merchant; Weiner — wine maker


Religious/Communal


Altshul/Althshuler — associated with the old synagogue in Prague; Cantor/Kazan/Singer/Spivack — cantor or song leader in shul; Feder/Federman/Schreiber — scribe; Haver — from haver (court official); Klausner — rabbi for small congregation; Klopman — calls people to morning prayers by knocking on their window shutters; Lehrer/Malamud/Malmud — teacher; Rabin — rabbi (Rabinowitz—son of rabbi); London — scholar, from the Hebrew lamden (misunderstood by immigration inspectors); Reznick — ritual slaughterer; Richter — judge; Sandek — godfather; Schechter/Schachter/Shuchter etc. — ritual slaughterer from Hebrew schochet; Shofer/Sofer/Schaeffer — scribe; Shulman/Skolnick — sexton; Spector — inspector or supervisor of schools


PERSONAL TRAITS


Alter/Alterman — old; Dreyfus—three legged, perhaps referring to someone who walked with a cane; Erlich — honest; Frum — devout ; Gottleib — God lover, perhaps referring to someone very devout; Geller/Gelber — yellow, perhaps referring to someone with blond hair; Gross/Grossman — big; Gruber — coarse or vulgar; Feifer/Pfeifer — whistler; Fried/Friedman—happy; Hoch/Hochman/Langer/Langerman — tall; Klein/Kleinman — small; Koenig — king, perhaps someone who was chosen as a “Purim King,” in reality a poor wretch; Krauss — curly, as in curly hair; Kurtz/Kurtzman — short; Reich/Reichman — rich; Reisser — giant; Roth/Rothman — red head; Roth/Rothbard — red beard; Shein/Schoen/Schoenman — pretty, handsome; Schwartz/Shwartzman/Charney — black hair or dark complexion; Scharf/Scharfman — sharp, i.e intelligent; Stark — strong, from the Yiddish shtark ; Springer — lively person, from the Yiddish springen for jump


INSULTING NAMES


These were sometimes foisted on Jews who discarded them as soon as possible, but a few may remain:


Billig — cheap; Gans — goose; Indyk — goose; Grob — rough/crude; Kalb — cow


ANIMAL NAMES


It is common among all peoples to take last names from the animal kingdom. Baer/Berman/Beerman/Berkowitz/Beronson — bear; Adler — eagle (may derive from reference to an eagle in Psalm 103:5); Einhorn — unicorn; Falk/Sokol/Sokolovksy — falcon; Fink — finch; Fuchs/Liss — fox; Gelfand/Helfand — camel (technically means elephant but was used for camel too); Hecht—pike; Hirschhorn — deer antlers; Karp — carp; Loeb — lion; Ochs— ox; Strauss — ostrich (or bouquet of flowers); Wachtel — quail.


HEBREW NAMES


Some Jews either held on to or adopted traditional Jews names from the Bible and Talmud. The big two are Cohen (Cohn, Kohn, Kahan, Kahn, Kaplan) and Levi (Levy, Levine, Levinsky, Levitan, Levenson, Levitt, Lewin, Lewinsky, Lewinson). Others include Aaron — Aronson, Aronoff; Asher; Benjamin; David — Davis,Davies; Ephraim — Fishl; Emanuel — Mendel; Isaac — Isaacs, Isaacson/Eisner; Jacob — Jacobs, Jacobson, Jacoby; Judah — Idelsohn,Udell,Yudelson; Mayer-Meyer; Menachem — Mann,Mendel; Reuben — Rubin; Samuel — Samuels, Zangwill; Simon — Schimmel; Solomon — Zalman.


HEBREW ACRONYMS


Names based on Hebrew acronyms include: Baron — bar aron (son of Aaron); Beck — bene kedoshim (descendant of martyrs); Getz — gabbai tsedek (righteous synagogue official); Katz — kohen tsedek (righteous priest); Metz — from moreh tsedek (teacher of righteousness; Sachs, Saks — zera kodesh shemo (his name descends from martyrs); Segal — se gan levia (second-rank Levite)


OTHER HEBREW- and YIDDISH-DERIVED NAMES


Lieb means “lion” in Yiddish. It is the root of many Ashkenazic last names including Liebowitz, Lefkowitz, Lebush, and Leon. It is the Yiddish translation of the Hebrew work for lion — aryeh. The lion was the symbol of the tribe of Judah.


Hirsch means “deer” or “stag” in Yiddish. It is the root of many Ashkenazic last names including Hirschfeld, Hirschbein/Hershkowitz (son of Hirsch)/Hertz/Herzl, Cerf, Hart, and Hartman. It is the Yiddish translation of the Hebrew word for gazelle — tsvi. The gazelle was the symbol of the tribe of Naphtali.


Taub means “dove” in Yiddish. It is the root of the Ashkenazic last name Tauber. The symbol of The dove is associated with the prophet Jonah.


Wolf is the root of the Ashkenazic last names Wolfson, Wouk and Volkovich. The wolf was the symbol of the tribe of Benjamin.


Eckstein — Yiddish for cornerstone, derived from Psalm 118:22


Good(man) — Yiddish translation of Hebrew work for “good”: tuviah


Margolin — Hebrew for pearl


INVENTED ‘FANCY SHMANCY’ NAMES


When Jews in the Austro-Hungarian Empire were required to assume last names, some chose the nicest ones they could think of — and may have been charged a registration fee by the authorities. According to the YIVO Encyclopedia, “the resulting names often are associated with nature and beauty. It is very plausible that the choices were influenced by the general romantic tendencies of German culture at that time.” These names include: Applebaum — apple tree; Birnbaum — pear tree; Buchsbaum — box tree; Kestenbaum — chestnut tree; Kirshenbaum — cherry tree; Mandelbaum — almond tree; Nussbaum — nut tree; Tannenbaum — fir tree; Teitelbaum — palm tree.


Other name , chosen or purchased, were combinations with these roots: Blumen (flower), Fein (fine), Gold, Green, Lowen (lion), Rosen (rose), Schoen/Schein (pretty) — combined with berg (hill or mountain), thal (valley), bloom (flower), zweig (wreath), blatt (leaf), vald or wald (woods), feld (field).


Miscellaneous other names included Diamond; Glick/Gluck — luck; Hoffman — hopeful; Fried/Friedman — happiness; Lieber/Lieberman — lover.


Jewish family names from non-Jewish languages included: Sender/Saunders — from Alexander; Kagan — descended from the Khazars, a people of Turkic speaking Jews from Central Asia; Kelman/Kalman — from the Greek name Kalonymous, popular among Jews in medieval France and Italy. It is the Greek translation of the Hebrew “shem tov” (good name); Marcus/Marx — from Latin, referring to the pagan god Mars.


Finally, there were Jewish names changed or shortened by immigration inspectors or by immigrants themselves and their descendants to sound more American, which is why “Sean Ferguson” was a Jew.


IN GENERAL, ASHKENAZI JEWISH NAMES FELL INTO ONE OF FIVE CATEGORIES:


1. Names which described the head of the household:


HOCH (tall),


KLEIN (small),


COHEN (priest),


BURGER (city or village dweller, as opposed to a farmer or rural resident),


SHEIN (good looking),


LEVI (temple singer),


GROSS (large or tall),


SCHWARTZ (dark or black),


WEISS (white),


KURTZ (short)


2.Names describing occupations:


HOLTZ (wood) (used for someone whose occupation involved wood),


HOLTZHACKER (wood chopper),


GOLDSCHMIDT (goldsmith),


SCHNEIDER (tailor),


METZGER (butcher),


KRIEGSMAN (warrior),


MALAMED (teacher),


FINKELSTEIN (diamond)(used for a diamond merchant),


EISEN (iron)(used for someone who was an ironworker),


WEIN (wine)(used for someone who made or sold wine) (variant – WEINER, a person who works with wine),


FISCHER (fisherman).


3.Names based on place of residence:


BERLINER – from Berlin,


FRANKFURTER – from Frankfurt,


DANZIGER – from Danzig (now Gdansk in Poland),


OPPENHEIMER – from Oppenheim,


WIENER – from Vienna (Wien in German) – not to be confused with the name Weiner (see above for its meaning)


DEUTSCH (German)


POLLACK (Polish),


BRESLAU,


MANNHEIM,


CRACOW,


WARSHAW (Warsaw).


4. Other Bought Names:


GLUCK (good luck),


ROSEN (roses),


ROSENBLATT (rose paper or leaf),


ROSENBERG (rose mountain),


ROSENTHAL (valley of roses),


ROTHMAN (red man),


KOENIG (king),


KOENIGSBERG (king’s mountain),


SPIELMAN (a person who is at leisure),


LIEBER (lover),


BERG (mountain),


WASSERMAN (water dealer),


STEIN (glass or stone).


5. Assigned Names :


PLOTZ (to die,explode),


KLUTZ (clumsy),


BILLIG (cheap),


DREK (filth),


KOTZE (vomit),


OCHSENSCHWANTZ (ox tail).


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Full list (not exhaustive)


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A.


Aaron


Aaronin


Aaronsen


Aaronson


Aaronstein


Abba


Abel


Abelson


Abendana


Aberke


Aberl


Aberlein


Aberlieb


Aberzuss


Abil


Abrabanel


Abraham


Abrahm


Abrahmsohn


Abram


Abrami


Abramin


Abramov


Abramowitz


Abrams


Abramsky


Abramsohn


Abramson


Abravanel


Abravaneln


Absalom


Abudraham


Abulafia


Abzug


Achselrad


Ackerman/n


Acosta


Adele


Adelman


Adelman/n


Adelson


Adelstein – « precious stone; very expensive »


Ader


Adler


Adler-Adonoilom


Admon


Adolescenti


Africk


Afrom – variation of « Ephraim »


Agosi


Agozi


Agranat


Agron


Agronsky


Ahavah


Ahikam


Ahitov


Ahl


Ahuvah


Akabiah


Akashia


Akiba


Album – variation of « Weiss »


Alcalay


Alembik


Alfandari


Algus


Aliyah


Alizah


Alkus


Alper


Alpern


Alpert


Alpron


Alter


Alterman


Altfeld


Altmann


Altneu


Altschul


Altschuler


Altshule


Amdur


Amdursky


Amschel


Amsel


Amsle


Amsler


Amster


Anastasios


Anav


Ancier


Andrussier


Anixter


Ansbach


Anschel


Antman/n


Anzieher


Apel


Apelopwitz


Apfelbaum


Appel


Apt


Apter


Aren- variation of Aaron


Arfa


Arkin – variation of Aaron


Arkules


Aron, variation of Aaron


Aroni, variation of Aaron


Aronin, variation of Aaron


Aronoff, variation of Aaron


Aronoff, variation of Aaron


Aronov, variation of Aaron


Aronow, variation of Aaron


Aronowitch, variation of Aaron


Aronowitz, variation of Aaron


Aronson, variation of Aaron


Aronstam


Aronstein


Aronthal, variation of Aaron


Aryeh


Arzt


Asael


Asaf


Asch


Aschenheim


Aschenheimer


Ascher


Aschheim


Ash


Ashburg


Ashendorf


Ashkenazi – this name used to mean « German » (Gentile) until the 17th century
when many European jews migrated to Asia Minor, where they were given this name
by Turkish jews to identify them as coming from the German territories.


Ashman/n


Ashner


Askush


Asner


Aspis


Astruc


Astruc


Atar


Atlin


Atzmon


Auerbach


Auslander


Auspitz


Austern


Averik


Avigaal


Avigad


Avigdor


Avil


Avindam


Aviram


Avi-Shaul


Avraham


Avrech


Avril


Avrom


Awerbuch


Axeldar


Axelrad


Axelrod


Axelrood


Ayalah


Ayelet


Ayzenschtat


Azariah


Azria


Azzopardi


B.


Bab


Babad


Bacharach


Bacher


Bacherach


Bachrach


Bachrich


Bad


Badanes


Bader


Badt


Baer


Bailin


Bak


Bakst


Balaban


Balak


Balfur


Balsam


Balta


Balter


Bamberg


Bamberger


Banet


Bar


Barad


Baram


Baratz


Barbakoff


Barch


Bard


Bardach


Bardowitz


Barg


Bar-Gada


Bar-Ilan


Barkan


Bar-Kokhba


Barlas


Barmak


Barmash


Barmat


Bar-Nathan


Baron – variation of ‘Bar-Aaron » (son of Aaron)


Barr


Barron


Barrstein


Barshay


Barth


Baru


Baruch


Barukh


Barukh


Bar-Yehuda


Barza


Bas


Basch


Bashe


Basheva


Baskin


Baskind


Bass


Bassan


Bassani


Bassovsky


Basyah


Batnick


Batusanschi


Batyah


Baum


Bauman/n


Baumgarten


Baxt


Bayla


Bechar


Becher


Bechor


Bechtheim


Becker


Beckerman/n


Beckman/n


Bedwinek


Beederman/n


Behar – variation of « ben-harav »


Behokhmah


Behrman


Beifuss


Beilin


Beilke


Bekher


Bekhorath


Belier


Belka


Belkin


Bellow


Belmont


Belmonte


Belofsky


Belzer


Ben


Bender


Bendit


Bendit


Bendor


Ben-Gurion


Ben-Horin


Benjamin


Benowitz


Ben-Shahar


Bensheim


Bensinger


Ben-Tikvah


Bentwich


Benveniste


Ben-Zahav


Ben-Zvi


Ber


Berakhiah


Berg


Berger


Bergman/n


Berish


Berkal


Berkman/n


Berko


Berkovits


Berkowitz


Berl


Berlin (Nothing to do with the city. The name means « Son of Berl’)


Berliner


Berman


Bernbaum


Bernheim


Bernick


Bernstein – derived from « dealings with amber »


Bertinero


Beshanim


Beshar


Besser


Bethel


Bettelheim


Bettsack


Betzalel


Biback


Biber


Bibick


Bickel


Biederman/n


Biegeleisen


Bildhauer


Bilu


Binder


Bing


Birnbaum


Bistritzky


Bitensky


Blacher


Black


Blaser


Blashki


Blaszka


Blau


Blaustein


Blecher


Blechman/n


Bleich


Bleiweiss


Blitstein


Bloch


Block


Bloom


Bloomberg


Bloomfeld


Bloomfield


Bloomingdale


Blowitz


Blozer


Bluestein


Blum


Bluma


Blumenberg


Blumenfeld


Blumengarten


Blumenheim


Blumenkrantz


Blumenkrohn


Blumenreich


Blumenstein


Blumenstock


Blumenthal


Blumfeld


Blumkin


Blustein


Bobroff


Bochner


Bodanis


Bodek


Bodenstein


Bodner


Boerne


Bogatch (Polish- meaning « wealthy »)


Bogati


Bogolub


Bogoraz


Bohm


Boim


Bokser


Bollag


Bolotin


Bondi


Borer


Bornstein


Borodaty


Boros


Borowsky


Bortnik


Boruchschomer


Botbol


Botnick


Botstein


Botushansky


Botwinnik


Boxerman/n


Boyer


Brach


Bradt


Brady


Braf


Bragin


Brainin


Bram


Bran


Brand


Brandão


Brandeis


Brandelstein


Brander


Brandler


Brandwein


Brann


Brasch


Brat


Braude


Braunfeld


Braunschild


Braunspan


Braunstein


Braunthal


Braverman/n


Breger


Breindel


Breine


Bremel


Brender


Brenner


Breuer


Brewda


Breyer


Brickenstein


Brik


Brill


Brilliant


Brim


Brisch


Brock


Brockman/n


Brod


Broder


Brodner


Brodsky


Brodt


Brody


Brog


Broitman/n


Bromberg


Bronfman/n


Bronfn


Bronstein


Brosch


Brostoff


Brownstein


Bruck


Bruckenstein


Bruckstein


Brüll


Buber


Buchsbaum


Buchwald


Bufman/n


Bukspan


Bulka


Bunim


Burack


Burla


Burstein


Buschbaum


Buxbaum


C.


Cahan- variation of Cohen


Cahen- variation of Cohen


Cahn- variation of Cohen


Calish


Cantarini


Cardozo


Carlebach


Caro


Casdan


Cassirer (Yiddish for Cash)


Castro


Casuto


Chabas


Chabin


Chabner


Chagall


Chai


Chaikin


Chaim


Chait


Chalef


Chalfan


Chamedes


Chameides


Chamides


Chamudes


Chanen


Chanin


Chankin


Chapiro – variation of Shapiro


Charlap


Charmatz


Charness


Charnis


Charrik


Charry


Chasin


Chasins


Chason


Chatan


Chavkin


Chayes


Chayim


Chayyah


Chazan


Chazzan


Cherkasky


Cherniak


Chernik


Chernoff


Chernoffsky


Chiel


Chiger


Chiya


Chodes


Chodesh


Chodosh


Chomsky


Chorney


Chubin


Chubinsky


Chudnow


Citron


Cogan- variation of « Cohen »


Cohan- variation of Cohen


Cohen -(Exclusively Jewish name)


Cohn- variation of Cohen


Cohnheim- variation of Cohen


Cohnstein- variation of Cohen


Cole


Colombo


Cone– variation of Cohen


Consolina


Cooper (Some Gentiles also use this name)


Cooperman/n


Cornberg


Cornblith


Cornblum


Cornfein


Cornfeld


Cornfield


Corngreen


Corngut


Cornpracht


Cramer


Cresca


Csillag


Czaczkes
D


Da Costa


Damrosch


Danto- variation of « David »


Daskal


Daskelowitz


Daube


Dauber


David


Davidovitch


Davidowitz


Davidson


Davis


Dayag


Dayan


De Haas


Dekovnick


Del Medigo


Del Vecchio


Dembitz


Dewoskin


Diamant


Dick


Dickenstein


Dickstein


Dienesmann


Dieudonné


Diofatto


Dissen


Ditzah


Dobe


Dobkin


Dobrin


Dohm


Dolinsky


Dorfman/n


Doron


Drach


Dratwa


Drechsler


Dreebin


Dreifuss


Dresner


Dressler


Drexler


Drexsler


Dreyfus


Dreyfuss


Druck


Drucker


Dubin


Dubofsky


Dubow


Dubowsky


Duchan


Duchen


Duchin


Duchovny


Dukhen


Dunkelman/n


Durchschlag


Dushkin


Duskin


Duvdevani


Dvoshke


Dym


E


Eberman/n


Ebril


Eckstein


Edel


Edelman/n


Edelsberg


Edelstein


Efer


Efroike


Efroikin


Eger


Egers


Ehmann


Ehren (all names with « Ehren » are variations of Aaron)


Ehrenberg


Ehrenfeld


Ehrenfest


Ehrenfreund


Ehrenfried


Ehrenfrucht


Ehrenhaft


Ehrenhaus


Ehrenkrantz


Ehrenpreis


Ehrenreich


Ehrenstamm


Ehrenstein


Ehrenteil


Ehrenthal


Ehrentreu


Ehrenzweig


Ehrlich


Ehrman/n


Eibenschitz


Eibenschütz


Eibeschütz


Eichel


Eichhorn


Eichler


Eidels


Eifer


Eiferman/n


Eige


Eiger


Eiges


Einhorn


Einstein


Eisbart


Eise


Eiseman/n


Eisen


Eisenbach


Eisenberg


Eisengarten


Eisenheim


Eisenhower


Eisenkraft


Eisenman/n


Eisenstadt


Eisenstam


Eisenstark


Eisenstein


Eisinger


Eisler


Eisman/n


Eisner


Eisnick


Eissig


Eizik


Elath


Elazar


Elbaz


Elchanan


Eleazar


Elhanan


Eliakim


Elias


Eliasaph


Eliezer


Elijah


Elimelech


Elimelekh


Elishama


Elishaphat


Elkan


Elkin


Ellbogen


Ellenbogen


Ellman/n


Elman/n


Elnathan


Elow


Elowitz


Elya


Emale


Embden


Emden


Engel


Engeler


Enker


Entin


Enzil


Enzlin


Ephraim


Ephrat


Ephron


Ephros


Eppenstein


Eppstein


Epsteen


Epstein


Erlanger


Eshkol


Espérance


Esperanza


Esterine


Esterman/n


Esterson


Estrin


Ettinger


Ettlinger


Evron


Ewig


Ewigkeit


Eybeschitz


Ezekiel


 


F.


 


Fagan


Fagin


Faibisch


Fairchild


Falk


Falkenberg


Falkenfeld


Falkenheim


Falkenstein


Falkenthal


Falkheim


Farber


Farkas


Fassbinder


Fayvel


Feder


Federbusch


Federman/n


Feibelman/n


Feig


Feige


Feigel


Feigelman/n


Feigelstock


Feigenbaum


Feigenblat


Feigin


Feigler


Feigon


Feilchenfeld


Fein


Feinberg


Feiner


Feinerman/n


Feingold


Feinman/n


Feinsilver


Feinstein


Feis


Feischl


Feitel


Feivel


Feivis


Feivish


Feivus


Fekete


Feld


Feldbaum


Feldblum


Feldhaus


Feldheim


Feldinger


Feldleit


Feldman/n


Feldscher


Feldstein


Feller


Fellerman/n


Fellner


Felltrager


Felman/n


Felsen


Felsenbach


Felsenberg


Felsenstein


Felsenthal


Felsher


Feltenberg


Fenichel


Fenster


Ferber


Fertel


Fetterer


Feuchtwanger


Feuer


Feuerstein


Feuerwerker


Fiedler


Figel


Figler


Figlin


Filehne


Filene


Filler


Fine


Fingerhut


Fink


Finkdorf


Finke


Finkel


Finkelstein (dealing in diamonds)


Finkenfeld


Finkerfeld


Finkheim


Finkhof


Finn


Finzi


Firestone


Fisch


Fischbein


Fischel


Fischer


Fischman/n


Fiscl


Fishkin


Fishkind


Fishman/n


Flacksman/n


Flaks


Flasch


Flaschin


Flax


Flaxman/n


Fleischer


Fleischhaker


Fleischhauer


Fleischman/n


Flesch


Flexner


Florscheim


Florsheim


Floss


Flosser


Fogel


Fogelbaum


Fogelman/n


Fogelsang


Fogelsdorf


Fogelson


Fogelstein


Fonseca


Forman


Forscheim


Fortel


Forti


Fradkin


Fraime


Fram


Frank


Frankel


Frankfurter


Frayda


Freeman


Freilach


Freilich


Frenkel


Freud


Freudenberg


Freudenfeld


Freudenfels


Freudenheim


Freudenreich


Freudenstein


Freudenthal


Freudman/n


Fried


Friedel


Friedenheim


Friedenson


Friedenstein


Friedenthal


Frieder


Friedheim


Friedjung


Friedland


Friedländ


Friedlich


Friedman/n


Friedson


Friedwald


Frohlich


Froike


Froikin


Froikin – variation of Ephraim


Froim


Fromel


Fromer


Fromkin


Fromm


Frommer


Frosch


Fruma


Fuchs


Fudim


Fudm


Fudym


Fuld


Funk


Furrier


Fürth


Fürther


Futorian


Futterman/n


G.


Gabbai


Gabel


Gabler


Gad


Gaffen


Galinsky


Galpern


Gam


Gamliel


Gamoran


Gans


Garfinkel


Garfunkel (dealings with diamonds)


Garland


Garmaize


Gartenhaus


Gaster


Gedaliah


Geduld


Geffen


Geffner


Geiger


Gelbart


Gelber


Gelfman/n


Geller


Gellman/n


Gendel


Gerber


Gersh


Gershman/n


Gershom


Gershon


Gershovitz


Gerson


Gerstein


Gerstner


Gertz


Getz


Getzel


Getzl


Gewirtzman/n


Giblichman/n


Giesser


Gilah


Gilden


Gilman/n


Gimbel


Gimpel


Gingold


Ginsburg


Ginzberg


Giora


Gittel


Gittelmacher


Gittelman/n


Gittelsohn


Gittelson


Gitzok


Glass


Glassman/n


Glatzer


Glazer


Gewirtz


Glick


Glickberg


Glickin


Glickman/n


Glicksberg


Glickselig


Glicksman/n


Glickstein


Glickstern


Gluck


Gluckenspiegel


Gnendel


Goetzl


Goiten


Golan


Gold


Goldbart


Goldbaum


Goldberg


Goldberger


Goldblatt


Goldblitt


Goldblum


Goldbrunn


Golde


Golden


Goldenbaum


Goldenberg


Goldenthal


Goldfarb


Goldfeder


Goldfish


Goldfluss


Goldhaber


Goldhammer


Goldheim


Goldhirsch


Goldich


Goldkorn


Goldkrantz


Goldkraut


Goldman/n


Goldmann


Goldmark


Goldner


Goldreich


Goldsand


Goldscheider


Goldschild


Goldschlag


Goldschmidt


Goldsmith


Goldstadt


Goldstaub


Goldstein


Goldstern


Goldstrand


Goldstrom


Goldzweig


Golomb


Goltz


Goltzer


Goltzman/n


Golub


Gompers


Gompertz


Goodman/n


Gordon (also used by many Gentiles, originally a Gentile name)


Goren


Gorenstein


Gorfinkel


Goronchik


Gorwitz


Gottesman/n


Gottinger


Gottlieb


Gottstein


Gotze


Gougenheim


Gould


Goveh


Grabber


Graiver


Granot


Granovsky


Gratz


Graubart


Green


Greenberg


Greene


Greenhut


Greenleaf


Greenspan


Greenspun


Greenstein


Greenstone


Grinberg


Grobtuch


Gross


Grossbart


Grossinger


Grossman/n


Grozovsky


Gruenbaum


Guberman/n


Guckenheim


Guggenheim


Guggenheimer


Gumbeiner


Gumpel


Gumpertz


Gumprecht


Gunzburg


Gunzelmann


Gur


Gurovitz


Gurvich


Gute


Gutein


Gutfeld


Gutfreund


Gutmacher


Gutman/n


Gutreich


Gutstein


Gutter


Gutterman/n


Guttman/n


H.


Haare


Haas


Haber


Habib


Hadash


Hadassah


Haffkin


Haganah


Hahn


Hait


Halafta


Halevi


Halevy


Halfan


Halper


Halperin


Halprin


Hamashbir


Hammerstein


Hananel


Hananiah


Handel


Handwerger


Handwerker


Hankin


Hanoch


Hardt


Harif


Harpaz


Harris (also used by some Gentiles)


Hart (also used by some Gentiles)


Hartig


Hartman/n (also used by some Gentiles)


Hartog


Hartwick


Hartwig


Harz


Haspel


Hassan


Hatzkel


Hauer


Havah


Havkin


Hayt


Hayyah


Hayyim


Hazan


Hedvah


Hefter


Heifetz


Heilbron


Heilbronner


Heilbrun


Heilpern


Heilprin


Heilprun


Heiman/n


Heine


Helfgott


Heller


Hellman/n


Helpern


Hendel


Henkin


Hersch


Herschel


Herschfus


Herschson


Herschstein


Hersh


Hershdorfer


Herskowitz


Herstein


Hertzman/n


Hertzmark


Herz


Herzbach


Herzberg


Herzbrunn


Herzfeld


Herzl


Herzlia


Herzog


Heskel


Heuer


Heyman/n


Hezekiah


Hickman/n


Higger


Hildesheim


Hillel (Hillel is also the name for the Jewish center on college campuses)


Hillman/n


Himmelfarb


Hinda


Hindes


Hindin


Hirsch


Hirschbaum


Hirschberg


Hirschberger


Hirschbruk


Hirschburg


Hirschfeld


Hirschfield


Hirschhaut


Hirschhorn


Hirschkopf


Hirschkorn


Hirschler


Hirschman/n


Hirschthal


Hirschwald


Hirsh


Hirz


Hirzh


Hirzhman/n


Hittelmacher


Hode


Hodel


Hodes


Hodesmann


Hodi


Hoffman/n (also used by Gentiles)


Hofstadter


Holtz


Holtzer


Holz


Holzer


Holzman/n


Hoos


Horn


Hornstein


Hornthal


Horowitz


Horre


Horwitz


Houseman/n


Huberman/n


Hudel


Hyman


Hymen


Hyrcanos


I.


Ibn


Ichel


Idelson


Ifland


Ignatz


Imber


Ingber


Irving


Isaac


Isaacsohn


Isaacson


Isaakovitch


Isak


Ishmael


Isidore


Israel


Israelin


Isril


Isser


Isserl


Isserles


Isserlin


Itkin


Itts


Itzhaki


Itzhakin


Itzig


Itzik


Itzkovitz


Itzl


J.


Jacob


Jacobin


Jacobsen


Jacobson


Jaffe


Jaffin


Jastrow


Javitz


Jehoshaphat


Jellenik


Jellin


Jellinik


Jephthah


Jerusalimsky


Jessel


Jesselman/n


Jewison


Jochanan


Joffin


Joske


Judah


Judel


Julius


Jurnove


K.


Kabakoff


Kacev


Kaciff


Kadar


Kadoorie


Kadury


Kafka


Kagan – variation of Cohen


Kaganoff – variation of Cohen


Kahane – variation of Cohen


Kahn- variation of Cohen


Kaiserman/n


Kalisch


Kalischer


Kalman/n


Kalonymos


Kaluzna


Kamin


Kaminetzsky


Kamins


Kammerstein


Kane– variation of Cohen


Kansi


Kantor


Kapke


Kaplan


Karelitz


Karlin


Karliner


Karlinsky


Karlman


Kartagener


Kashdan


Kaskel


Kaspi


Kassirer (Yiddish for Cash)


Katz


Katzenellenbogen


Katzenstein


Katzer


Katziff


Katzin (rich)


Katzman/n


Katzoff


Katzovitz


Kaufman/n – also used by some Gentiles


Kavinoky


Kavka


Kavner


Kawka


Kay


Kaye


Kayla


Kazan


Kazhdan


Kedoshim


Kele


Kelman/n – (also used by some Gentiles)


Kelpfish


Kemmelman/n


Kemp


Kemper


Kempenich


Kempler


Kesef


Kestenbaum


Kevod


Kibalti


Kibaltic


Kimchi


Kimmelman/n


Kirchen


Kirchstein


Kirmeyer


Kirsch


Kirschdorf


Kirsche


Kirschenbaum


Kirschenberg


Kirschenblatt


Kirschenzweig


Kirschheim


Kirschner


Kirstein


Kirsten


Kirzner


Kisch


Kisselevich


Kissinger


Kissner


Kitay


Kivel


Klapholtz


Klass


Klausner


Kleban


Klein


Kleinfeld


Kleinman/n


Kleinsinger


Klinger


Klippfisch


Klopman/n


Kluger


Klugman


Knesset


Kobel


Kobrin


Kochabi


Kodesh


Koenig


Koenigsberg


Kofman/n


Kogan


Kogen


Kohanim – variation of Cohen


Kohen– variation of Cohen


Kohlberg


Kohn– variation of Cohen


Kohut


Kojeteiner


Kolatch


Kolben


Kolitz


Kolodkin


Kolodny


Kompert


Kone– variation of Cohen


Konotopsky


Kopel


Kopelman/n


Kopeloff


Kopelovitch


Kopke


Koppel


Koppelman/n


Korentayer


Korf


Korff


Korn


Kornberg


Kornfeld


Kornfield


Korngold


Kornreich


Korshak


Koshes


Koslowsky


Kossowsky


Kotelschik


Kotlar


Kovalsky


Kovarsky


Kozin


Kraines


Krainin


Kramer


Krasny


Kratchmer


Kraus


Kraushaar


Krauskopf


Krauss


Kreindel


Kreine


Krensky


Kretske


Kretskes


Krichevsky


Krieger, Kriegman/n (This name is also used by Gentiles)


Kripke


Krischer


Krochmal


Kronish


Krulewitz


Krumbein


Krupnick


Kuhn– variation of Cohen


Kulefsky


Kulikowsky


Kulp


Kumpert


Kupietz


Kuppenheim


Kurtz


Kus


Kushner


Kusiel


Kusmann


Kutner


Kutoff


Kuznitsky


Kwilecki


L.


Lachman/n


Ladany


Laffer


Lagover


Lakin


Lamdan


Lamech


Landau


Landman/n


Lang


Langsam


Lansky


Lanzner


Lapidus


Lapin


Lapman/n


Lasar


Lash


Lasker


Laskov


Laskowitz


Lautenberg


LaVine


Lawentman/n


Layb


Lazarowitch


Lazarus


Leah


Leahy


Lebeau


Leblang


Lebovitch


Lebow


Lebowitz


Leder


Lederer


Leeser


Leff


Lehman/n (money lender)


Lehner


Lehrer


Leibowitz


Lekach


Lekachman/n


Lemberger


Leml


Lemlin


Lempert


Lenchitzky


Leno


Lenoff


Leorekh


Lepavsky


Lepretre


Lerner


Leser


Lev


Levandula


Levenson


Levey


Levi (Exclusively Jewish, including all variations- prefix, middle of the name, suffix, « Lev »)


Levigne


Levin


Levine


LeVine


Levinsky/i


Levinstein


Levinthal


Levitan/sky or ski


Levitch


Levite


Levitt


Levitz


Levy


Lewin


Lewin


Lewis


Leyisrael


Leyser


Liba


Libschitz


Licht


Lichtenberg


Lichtenfeld


Lichterman/n


Lichtman/n


Lichtzer


Lieb


Lieberman/n


Liebman/n


Liebowitz


Lifschitz


Lifshitz


Ligorner


Lilienthal


Linetsky


Linker


Lipa


Lipes


Lipis


Lipkin


Lipman/n


Lipschitz


Lipschuetz


Lipsky


Lis


Lisagor


Liss


Litant


Litaur


Litman/n


Littauer


Littman/n


Litvak


Litwack


Litwin


Locker


Loeb


Loetstein


Lome


Long


Lopata


Lopatnik


Lopatnikov


Lopez


Lorge


Lorig


Lorsch


Lotstein


Löw


Lowenbraun


Lowenstein


Lowitz


Luban


Lubar


Lubarsky


Lubin


Lubowitz


Ludwig


Luepschuetz


Lugner


Lukatzsky


Lunz


Luria


Lurie


Lurje


Lustig


Lutz


Luzzati


Luzzato


Lysagora


M.


Maccabi


Macht


Magid


Magida


Magidson


Magit


Magtaz


Mahalalel


Mahler


Maimon


Maites


Maitin


Maizlish


Malachi


Malawsky


Malbim


Malech


Malev


Malevsky


Malin


Malkah


Malkes


Malkiel


Malkin


Malkinson


Malkoff


Malkov


Mall


Malter


Maltin


Manba


Mandel


Mandelbaum


Mandelblum


Mandelbrodt


Mandelbrot


Mandelman/n


Mandelstam


Mandelstamm


Mandelsuss


Manewith


Manewitz


Maniowitz


Manisch


Manischewitz


Manishen


Mankovsky


Mankuta


Mann


Mannheim


Mannish


Mannsky


Manoah


Mapu


Maram


Marans


Marantz


Marburg


Marcuse


Maremont


Margalit


Marganit


Margolin


Margolioth


Margolis


Margolouth


Marguiles


Margules


Margulies


Margulis


Marhuc


Markowitz


Marks


Marmelstein


Marpurch


Marpurg


Marshak


Marx


Mashbir


Mashbitz- setter of jewels


Mashgiah


Maslin


Mass


Matanky


Mattathias


Mattis


Mattisoff


Mattison


Mattityahu


Mattiyahu


Mautner


May


Mayefsky


Mayer


Maymin


Maza


Mazal


Mazur


Meckler


Medinah


Meer


Meersand


Mehler


Mehlman/n


Meir


Meisel


Meislish


Meisterlin


Meites


Meitin


Melamed


Melber


Melezin


Mellitz


Melnick


Melnikoff


Meltsner


Meltz


Meltzer


Melzner


Menachem


Menachim


Menaheim


Menahem


Menaker


Menasche


Menba


Menche


Menchen


Mendel


Mendelberg


Mendelheim


Mendelovitch


Mendelovitz


Mendelsberg


Mendelsohn


Mendelson


Mendelssohn


Mendheim


Mendthal


Menke


Menken


Menkin


Menlin


Menuchin


Menuhah


Menuhin


Menz


Merman


Merr- variation of « Meir »


Merrick- variation of « Meir »


Mervitz


Meslin


Messenger


Metchik


Metz


Metzger


Metzia


Mevaser


Meyer


Meyerfeld


Meyerhardt


Meyerheim


Meyeroff – variation of « Meir »


Meyers


Meyersberg


Meyersicht


Meyerstein


Michel


Mihály


Milgrom


Milhaud


Miller – (this name is also used by many Gentiles)


Millman/n


Milstein


Milton


Minc


Mince


Mindel


Minkche


Minkovsky


Minne


Minowitz


Mintz


Miriam


Mirman/n


Mirsky


Mirvis


Mishkin


Mishnah


Mizera


Mlotok


Model


Mogilner


Mohel


Molotok


Monsky


Montagu


Montalban


Montefiore (disambiguation)


Morah


Moran


Mordecai


Moreh


Morenu


Morgenstern


Morgenthau


Moritz


Morpurgo


Mosak – variation of « Moses »


Moscheles- variation of « Moses »


Moses


Moshe- variation of « Moses »


Moshia- variation of « Moses »


Moskowitz- variation of « Moses »


Moss- variation of « Moses »


Mosse- variation of « Moses »


Motche


Moteff


Motel


Motele


Motew


Motke


Motlin


Motz- variation of « Moses »


Motzkin- variation of « Moses »


Mozak- variation of « Moses »


Muchnik


Mukel


Munves


Munz


Mytofsky


Mytosky


Mytowsky


N.


Nachman


Nachman/n


Nadel


Naftalin


Naftulin


Naftulis


Nagel


Nager


Nahman/n


Nahum


Naiman/n


Naimon


Najmark


Namir


Namslau


Naparstek


Naphtali


Nardi


Narkiss


Narudetzki


Nasati


Nasatir


Nash


Nashelka


Nass


Natati


Nathan


Nathaniel


Nathanson


Naymark


Neeman/n


Nehamah


Nehemiah


Nehunyah


Neiger


Nelkin


Nemirovsky


Nerenberg


Netzky


Neufeld


Neumark


Neviaser


Nevler


Newmark


Nierenstein


Nili


Nissan


Nissen


Nissenbaum


Nissenfeld


Nissenholtz


Nissim


Novak


Novick


Nuger


Nussbaum


O.


Oberlander


Ochakoff


Ochs


Ochsenschwantz


Oder


Oettinger


Ofen


Offen


Ohringer


Okner


Okun


Olshansky


Onixt


Oppenheim


Oppenheimer


Or


Orbach


Ore


Oren


Orenstamm


Orenstein


Orenthal


Orke


Orkin- (descendant of Aaron)


Orlansky


Orlik


Orlinsky


Ornstein


Oron


Or-tzion


Orun


Oshinsky


Osina


Osinsky


Osterweil


Ostrow


Ostrower


Ottensosser


Ovosky


Ozarovsky


P.


Pacifico


Packer – (peddler)


Pailet


Paiser


Panet


Papernick


Papiermeister


Papirnyi


Pappenheim


Parchi


Parness


Pasch


Pasternack


Patinka


Patinkin


Pauker


Pearl


Pearlman/n


Pechenik


Peiman/n


Peiser


Pekarsky


Peled


Pelles


Pelofsky


Penner


Perachiah


Perah


Perelman/n


Peres


Pergament


Perles


Perlin


Perlman/n


Perlmutter


Perlow


Perlowsky


Perlstein


Perlzweig


Persky


Pervin


Peshe


Peshke


Peshkin


Pessel


Pevsner


Pfaltzer


Pforzheim


Pianko


Pick


Pikelny


Pilch


Pinchofsky


Pinchuk


Pines


Pinhas


Pinke


Pinkhas


Pinner


Pinsk


Pinsker


Pinsky


Piser


Pizer


Plisken


Plotkin


Plotnick


Podoloff


Podolov


Podolsky


Polier


Politzer


Polka


Pollack


Pollock


Polski


Polster


Pomis


Poneviaser


Popp


Popper


Poppers


Porat


Porath


Portnoy


Portugal


Posner


Potashnik


Poticha


Potok


Prensky


Prenzlau


Presch


Presser


Primack


Pringsheim


Prinz


Pritikin


Prochownik


Proskauer


Pruzansky


Pugatch


R.


Rabad


Rabak


Rabb


Rabbi


Rabin


Rabinovitch


Rabinowitz


Rackofsky


Rackover


Racoosin


Racusen


Racusin


Radzik


Rafael


Rahamin


Rakh


Rakowsky


Rakusin


Ralbag


Rambaum


Raphael


Raphan


Rappaport


Rashal


Rashi


Raskin


Rasofsky


Rathenau


Ratner


Rauchwerker- furrier


Ravidovitch


Rawitz


Rayzel


Razumny


Rebhuhn


Rebhun


Redstone


Reese


Regensberg


Regensburg


Reich – variation of « Rachel »


Reiche


Reichel


Reichelson


Reichenbaum


Reichenheim


Reichenthal


Reichman/n


Reichner


Reichstein


Reifman/n


Reines


Reis


Reisen


Reiss


Reiter


Reitza


Reitzes


Rele


Reles


Remba


Rembo


Renah


Rephun


Resh


Resnick


Reuben


Reuven


Reysel


Riback


Ribalow


Ribeisen


Ribicoff


Ribnick


Richter


Ridker


Ries


Riese


Rifkin


Rifkind


Rimland


Ringel


Ringlet


Rise


Rivke


Rivkes


Rivki


Rivkin


Rivkind


Rivlin


Roback


Rockoff


Rödelheim


Rofe


Rofeh


Rogoff


Rogov


Rogover


Rogovsky


Rogow


Roman/n


Rose


Rosen


Rosenbach


Rosenbaum


Rosenberg


Rosenblatt


Rosenblith


Rosenblum


Rosenbusch


Rosendorf


Rosendorn


Rosenfarb


Rosenfeld


Rosenfrucht


Rosengarten


Rosenhaft


Rosenhain


Rosenhaus


Rosenheim


Rosenkrantz


Rosenkwit


Rosenmann


Rosenschein


Rosenstamm


Rosenstein


Rosenstern


Rosenstock


Rosenstrauch


Rosenstrauss


Rosenthal


Rosenwald


Rosenwasser


Rosenwein


Rosenzweig


Rosh


Roskin


Rosmarin


Rosow


Rosshaelter


Rossi


Rossof


Rossovsky


Rostholder


Roth


Rothbart


Rothberg


Rothenberg


Rothman/n


Rothschild


Rothstein


Routenstein


Rovner


Roytbarg


Rubashov


Rubel


Rubenchick


Rubenstein


Rubenzik


Rubin


Rubinfeld


Rubinger


Rubinstein


Ruchames


Ruffer


Rush


Rushnevsky


Ruskin


Ruttman/n


Rymartz


Rymer


Ryter


S.


Sacerdote


Sachs


Sahl


Saks


Salaman


Salander


Salant


Salanter


Salida


Salinger


Salmen


Salmon


Salomon


Salpeter


Salzman/n


Sameth


Samter


Samuel


Sandak


Sandek


Sanditen


Sanvil


Saperstein (deals with sapphire)


Saphir (deals with sapphire)


Sapoznik


Saran


Sarassohn


Sarfatti


Sason


Sasportas


Sassoon


Satz


Saunders


Savit


Savitt


Savitz


Savitzky


Schach


Schachtel


Schaffer


Schaffner


Schalit


Scharf


Scharfman/n


Scharfstein


Schatz


Schatzmann


Schauer


Schayer


Schechter


Scheier


Schein


Scheinberg


Scheinberger


Scheinfeld


Scheinman/n


Schemlke


Schen


Schenberg


Schenberger


Schenfeld


Schenman/n


Scher


Scherer


Schertzer


Scheuer


Schick


Schiff


Schimmel


Schindler


Schinkel


Schipper


Schlagbaum


Schlamps


Schlampps


Schlechter


Schleh


Schleifer


Schlesinger


Schloss


Schlossberg


Schlossman/n


Schmaltz


Schmelkin


Schmukler


Schmulke


Schnaittacher


Schneebalg


Schneider (some Gentiles use this name)


Schnell


Schnitman/n


Schochet


Schoenteil


Schonbrunn


Schorr


Schram


Schramm


Schreiber


Schreier


Schreiner


Schreter


Schrift


Schulhof


Schulman/n


Schulsinger


Schultz


Schupack


Schupakevitch


Schwab


Schwartz


Schwartzbart


Schwartzberg


Schwartzchild


Schwartzenberg


Schwartzman/n


Schwarz


Schwarzschild


Schweid


Schwersensky


Sculsinger


Scwartzen


Seagal


Seckel


Seckl


Sedlis


Sefansky


Seff


Segal


Segalowitch


Segalowitz


Segan


Seidman/n


Seidner


Seigal


Seigel


Seiler


Seixas


Selda


Selde


Seldes


Seldin


Seldis


Selig


Seligman/n


Selik


Seltzer


Senelnick


Sered


Sertels


Sexton


Shabad


Shabbetai


Shaffer


Shafran


Shaliah


Shalom- Hebrew for « peace. » Often used as a greeting, like « hello » among Jews
Shames


Shandalov


Shaphat


Shapiro


Sharer


Sharett


Sharf


Sharfman/n


Sharlott


Shatach


Shatsky


Shatz


Shayna


Shayndel


Shazar


Shelomo (Solomon)


Shemo


Shephatiah


Sherer


Shereshefsky


Sherman/n


Shertok


Sheva


Shevin


Shick


Shifra


Shifrin


Shigon


Shik


Shikolnik


Shimke


Shimme


Shimmel


Shimon


Shimshelevich


Shimshon


Shimshon


Shkolnik


Shlensky


Shlomit


Shlomo (Solomon)


Shlonsky


Shmelke


Shmuel


Shmulik


Shnayer


Shnitke


Shoenkind


Shohet


Sholk


Shor


Shoshan


Shprinzel


Shteyn


Shtull


Shub


Shuldine


Shulruf


Shulvass


Shulweis


Sickel


Sidelko


Sidney


Siedenfaden


Siegal


Siegbert


Siegel


Siegelman/n


Siegfried


Sigismund


Sigmund


Silber


Silberberg


Silberman/n


Silver


Silverberg (mountain of silver)


Silverman/n


Silvermintz (name of one in the money-lending business)


Silvers


Silverstein (jeweler)


Simeon


Simhah


Simkin


Simmon


Simmons


Simms


Simon


Simonsky


Singer


Sinilnik


Sinykin


Sirkes


Sirkin


Sirota


Sivitz


Sklar


Skolnik


Skora


Skudin


Skurnik


Skyer


Sladovsky


Slava


Slavin


Slepin


Sliva


Sloma


Slonimsky


Slova


Slovin


Slutzky


Sluva


Smilansky


Smoler


Smorgansky


Sobol


Sofar


Sofer


Sokol


Sokoloff


Sokolow


Sokolowsky


Sokolsky


Solarz


Solinger


Sollender


Solodar


Solomon


Soloveichik


Soref


Sorke


Sorkin


Soroka


Sorotzkin


Sourkes


Spanier


Spear


Spector


Speishandler


Spelling


Spellman/n


Sperling


Spero


Spett


Speyer


Spiegel


Spiegler


Spielberg


Spier


Spilky


Spira


Spire


Spiro


Spitalny


Spitz


Spitzer


Spivak


Sprai


Springer


Sprinze


Spritzer


Srol


Srul


Srulik


Sruloff


Stamm


Stampfer


Stark


Starkman


Stawitsky


Stein (exclusively Jewish)


Steinberg


Steinberger


Steinem


Steiner


Steinitz


Stellmacher


Stendal


Stern


Sternberg


Sternin


Steuer- (tax collector)


Sticker- (gold worker)


Stier


Stoller


Stolper


Storch


Storm


Strahl


Strashun


Strauss (used by some Gentiles)


Strikman/n


Strizower


Stroh


Sturm


Sudnovsky


Sukenik


Sulz


Sulzbach


Sulzberg


Susskind


Sussman/n


Svirsky


Swibel


Synikin


Szpir


Szrift


T.


Tabachnik


Tabor


Tadlis


Tahlifa


Taksen – (the one who levied taxes on meat, milk, etc)


Talesnick


Talisman/n- (maker of prayer shawls)


Talisnick


Talmach


Talmadge


Tamar


Tamara


Tamari


Tamarkin


Tambor


Tandler


Tannenbaum


Tanzer


Taradash


Targ


Targovetsky


Targow


Targownik


Tarler


Tarr


Tarshish


Tartakover


Taub


Taube


Tauber


Taxin- (the one who levied taxes on meat, milk, etc)


Tcherikover


Tchernowitz


Tehiya


Teibel


Teig


Teigman/n


Teitelbaum


Teller


Temkin


Tendler


Tene


Tenenbaum


Teomim


Teplitz


Térine


Tessler


Tewel


Tewele


Teybel


Tibbon


Ticktin


Tikvah


Tischler


Tobias


Tolmach


Tomim


Toporek


Touro


Tov


Tovah


Tovim


Trachtenberg


Trainin


Trana


Trandel


Trattner


Trefus


Treindel


Treine


Treinel


Treves


Trèves


Trevis


Tribas


Trilling


Trillinger


Tringler


Trivash


Trock


Trubnick


Tuchman/n


Tulman/n


Tunik


Turbin


Turetz


Turetzky


Turoff


Turofsky


Turov


Turover


Turowitz


Tuvia


Tuviah


Twersky


Tygel


Tzabok


Tzahal


Tzarfat


Tzchernowitz


Tzedek


Tzedekah


Tzevi


Tzibbur


Tzion


Tzipor


Tzipporah


Tzirel


Tziyonah


Tzukerman/n


Tzur


Tzvah


Tzvi


W


Wachtel


Wahl (This name is also used by some Gentiles)


Wahrman/n


Waldenburg


Walfish


Walk


Walker


Wallach


Wallack


Wallerstein


Wallich


Wallik


Wank


Wapner


Warberg


Warburg


Warnik


Wartel


Wasserman/n


Wasserstein


Waxman/n


Waxstein


Weber


Wechsler


Weckler


Weil


Weile


Weiler


Weill


Wein


Weinberg


Weinberger


Weiner


Weinglass


Weinlaub


Weinles


Weinreb


Weinreich


Weinstein


Weintraub


Weisbart


Weisberg


Weisberger


Weisel


Weiss


Weissmann


Weisz


Weitz


Weizman/n


Welsch


Werben


Werbin


Wernik


Wertheim


Wertheimer


Westheimer


Wetzlar


Wexler


Wieder


Wiederman/n


Wigodar


Wigodney


Wilk


Windner


Winkler


Winnick


Winokur


Winternitz


Wita


Witkin


Wittenberg


Wloch


Wolf


Wolfberg


Wolfenberg


Wolfenfeld


Wolfenstein


Wolfenthal


Wolfheim


Wolfinger


Wolfish


Wolfsfeld


Wolfshaut


Wolfsheimer


Wolfsohn


Wolfson


Wolk


Wollman/n


Wolper


Woskoboinik


Wygoda


Y.


Yaakov (variation of Jacob)


Yablunsky


Yafeh


Yaffah


Yaffe


Yaffin


Yakhne


Yakir


Yakobl (variation of Jacob)


Yakof (variation of Jacob)


Yakofman/n (variation of Jacob)


Yakov (variation of Jacob)


Yakovman/n (variation of Jacob)


Yale


Yamin


Yampol


Yampolsky


Yankel


Yankelowitz


Yarchi


Yareah


Yarmak


Yatkeman/n


Yavetz


Yechiel


Yedidya


Yedidyah


Yehezkel


Yehi-am


Yehiel


Yehielchik


Yehieli


Yehuda


Yekel


Yekusiel


Yekutiel


Yellen


Yellin


Yellinik


Yente


Yentlin


Yerahmiel


Yesse


Yishtabach


Yisrael


Yitkin


Yitzhak


Yoelberg


Yoelsdorf


Yoelson


Yoetz


Yokel


Yolleck


Yollenberg


Yolles


Yos


Yosef


Yosel


Yosi


Yoske


Yudke


Yudko


Yukel


Z


Zackheim


Zadok


Zadok


Zager


Zahav


Zaitz


Zakai


Zakkai


Zaks


Zalkin


Zalman/n


Zamattison


Zangwill


Zarchin


Zaret


Zaretsky


Zarfatti


Zaslavsky


Zavill


Zechariah


Zeckendorf


Zederbaum


Zeev


Zeevy


Zegman/n


Zehavah


Zehavit


Zehuva


Zeideman/n


Zeidler


Zeidner


Zeitel


Zeitlin


Zeitman/n


Zeitz


Zekl


Zelda


Zelde


Zeldes


Zeldin


Zeleznikov


Zelig


Zeliger


Zelighaus


Zeligsberg


Zeligsheim


Zeligstein


Zelik


Zelikovitz


Zelinger


Zemach


Zerobnick


Zertel


Zev


Zevin


Z’fansky


Zfass


Zfassman/n


Ziegel


Ziegelman/n


Ziegler


Ziff


Zilber


Zimbalist


Zimmerman/n


Zimmet


Zimring


Zinneman/n


Zipperstein


Zipporah


Zirelsohn


Zitnik


Zlate


Zlatkin


Zlotkin


Zlotnick


Zloty


Zmira


Zoe


Zohar


Zokovsky


Zolotar


Zorach


Zoref


Zucker


Zuckerman/n


Zunder


Zunz


Zupnick


Zweibel


Zweig


Zwibel


Zwillenberg


Zwirn

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