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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.
I'm daily doxed, but regular membership absolutely should.
>Mfw have the most common British surname in existence
We suspect it's some play on the farrier profession. One who fits the hooves of horses.
It could also mean "man of Town"
Mines an old British surname that's odd and hard to guess
@Sorohan - IL not sure. Doesn't really resemble any German words.
I guess bach is like a river though, but smaller.
A name like Stone Mountain is very typically J