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It's actually German.
It's an old German name.
@Doc34 Go the easy route and ask if race is a social construct. That'll see where the teachers leanings and how sane they are.
This poor old blonde woman has to look out into a sea of brown people. It wasn’t long ago her students looked like her.
Like most German names there are a number of Ashkenazi who took them on. Stein means "stone" for instance, but everyone associates that with European jewry.
Not really accurate or fair.
I’ll have to stay vigilant lads
tfw you were colourblind for most of your life
Granted it's spelled more traditionally.
Lol. I'm not offended, it's just something to consider. Not every berg, stein or Weiss is Jewish
In fact most likely aren't.
Alright. Thanks for the tip.
My aunt - rest her soul - was a Berg by marriage only.
Jews took common names of host populations. Examples of this practice reach past even roman times
"for business" they'll say
"berg" is German for mountain.
It's funny to think about it, a *real* jewish name. Like Schlomo 😅
Steinberg means stone mountain.
That's an amazing name.
But I admit, I am highly sceptical of anyone with a name like that.
man of Hoff
We're not entirely sure
What does the name Luckenbach mean?
Even though my last name is pretty common knowledge I deleted your comment.
And my previous one.
My name is as far as I've seen, quite unique
It's also important to note that most 'berg's from Sweden aren't Jewish at all.