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    Krasne Commune, Masovian Voivodeship (east-central Poland) Krasne Commune, Subcarpathian Voivodeship (south-east Poland) Ukraine. Krasne, Busk Raion, Lviv Oblast, an urban-type settlement in Lviv Oblast, site of Krasne longwave transmitter; Krasne, Pokrovsk Raion, a village in Pokrovsk Raion (Donetsk region)

  2. List of the oldest people by country - Wikipedia

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    Oldest living by country. This is a list of the oldest living people by country and lists the oldest people confirmed to be alive in the last year, sorted by country. Those born in one country but who later moved to another are specifically noted.

  3. Sambor Ghetto - Wikipedia

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    Sambor Ghetto (Polish: getto w Samborze, Ukrainian: Самбірське гетто, Hebrew: גטו סמבור ‎) was a Nazi ghetto established in March 1942 by the SS in Sambir, Western Ukraine. In the interwar period, the town (Sambor) was part of the Second Polish Republic .

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  5. Appendix:Jewish surnames - Wiktionary

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    • Biblical Hebrew Personal Names and Their Derived Surnames
    • Hebrew Names
    • Judaism-Derived Surnames
    • Germanised, Yiddishised Surnames Translated from Hebrew Or Other Sources
    • Yiddish-Derived Surnames
    • German Old Pedigree Surnames
    • Germanised Or German Surnames (Ashkenazic) with \\"Meaning\\" in German
    • Eastern European Old Pedigree Surnames
    • Eastern European Other Surnames
    • Romaniote Surnames
    • Sephardic Surnames
    • Mizrahi Surnames
    • Italkim Surnames
    • Italian Municipality-Derived Surnames
    • French Surnames
    • Yemenite (Temani) Surnames
    • New Surnames and Others
    • Others
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    Note that the original Biblical name is given first: 1. Aaron = Aron, Aarin Aronbayev/Aronbayoff, Aarons, Ahrens, Aaronson, Aronov/Aronoff, Aronson, Aronovich, Aronowicz/Aronowitz, Arenstein, Arnstein, Baron, Barron, Hornstein/Horenstein/Gorenstein 2. Abel = Abelman, Abelson 3. Abraham = Aberke, Aberl/Aberle, Aberlein, Aberlieb, Aberlin, Abers, Aberzuss, Abraham, Abrahams, Abrahamson, Abram, Abrams, Abramovitch/Abramovich/Abramowicz, Abramoff, Abramov, Abramowitz/Abramovitz, Abreska, Abromovi...

    1. Agassi (not Agassiz) 1. Chaim = Chaimovich, Chaimson, Hyman, Hijman, Heim, Haïm, Vidal (חיים, chayim; life), Heimowitz, (\\"heim\\" is also German for home) 2. Chajes = (חַיּוֹת, chayyot; creatures, as in living beings; animals) (not חייט, chayyat; tailor), Chayes 3. Chofetz = Heifetz, Cheifetz, Chafetz 4. Cohen (one of the Kohanim; a member of the priestly caste) = Kohen, Kohn, Cohn, Kuhn (also a non-Jewish German surname), Kahn, Kohan, Koch, Cook, Kagan, Kogan, Cogen, Kahan, Cahan, Kahane,...

    1. Achselrod, Axelrod, Akselrod, from Issachar 2. Hassar 1. Helmann, Hellmann, Helman, Hellman, Hillman Elman, Gelman, Gellman, Giller < from Hillel 2. Kantor, Cantor, Spivak, from chazzan 3. Lehrer, Lerer 1. Lerner 4. Matus, Mattuss, Matusowitz, Matusov, Matusoff, Messinger 5. Megged, Maggid 6. Rabin 1. Reznik 1. Resnick, Reznikoff (cz.řezník, russ.резник = shochet, fleyshman, a butcher (Fleischmann, Fleischman, Fleischer, Fleischhacker, Schechter)) 1. Sagan, Segan 1. Segal (סג\\"ל), Siegel,...

    1. Bieber 1. Berlowitz, Berman, Bermann, from ber (Bähr), bear 1. Blieck, Blick are variations of the same surname. Coming from German Ashkenazim ancestry. Yiddish meaning of the name is glance or glow. Very common surname in Holland and Belgium. Research point to the Belgian Balicks and German Bloch. The name is mentioned in the book of Dr. Alexander Beider the Dictionary of Jewish Surnames from Galicia. 1. Bruck=Brook from Hebrew baruch 1. Dudewitz, Dudewicz, Dudevych, Dudevich, Dudević, D...

    1. Moscheles, Moischel, Moszkowski - from Moyshe (Moses) 2. Loeb, Loew / Leib, Leibowicz, Leibowitz (Eastern Yiddish) - from Loewe (lion) 1. Nadson 2. Bieber 3. Gelfand from \\"Elephant\\" in Yiddish

    1. Adler 1. Auerbach(er), Averbakh 1. Bamberg, Bamberger - from Bamberg 2. Barron 3. Bernstein 1. Bloch (see also Wallach) 1. Carlebach 2. Dressner, from Dresden 3. Epstein, from Eppstein. 4. Ettinger, Oettinger, Itinger, Iting, Etting, Itingin - from Oettingen, Germany 5. Evert, Ewart, Evard, Ewarth, Ewerth, Awret, Avret 6. Frankel 7. Frankfurt, Frankfurter, Frankfort, Popper 8. Furst, also Fuerst and Fürst 1. Guggenheim(er) 2. Gertsch(on) 3. Graff (Groff) Rabbinical family which includes o...

    1. Ackermann, Ackerman \\"plough-/plowman\\" 2. Altman \\"high or old person\\", Alter, Alterman 3. Barr 4. Baum \\"tree\\", as a result other names as \\"Nussbaum\\", \\"Rosenbaum\\", \\"Birnbaum\\" etc. (compare with \\"Pereira\\", \\"Mangabeira\\", \\"Oliveira\\" etc.) 1. Baumgardner, Baumgart, Baumgartner (from Baumgärtner \\"tree gardener\\") 2. Birnbaum \\"pear tree\\": Jeremiah BirnbaumNathan Birnbaum 5. Bernstein \\"amber\\" 6. Blumberg, Blumenberg, Bloomenberg \\"flower hill\\" 7. Brandwein (from Branntwein \\"brandy\\"), Brandweiner (so...

    1. Schlesinger, Shlonsky, Slezak, from Silesia 2. Lasal, Lassel, Lassalle, from Wodzisław Śląski(Loslau), Silesia 3. Lipschitz, Lipsitz, Lipshits, Lipschütz, from Leobschütz(Głubczyce), Silesia 1. Abel, Abeles, Alebev, Abelson 2. Anscher, Antschel, Ančerl 3. Auspitz, from Hustopece 4. Austerlitz, from Slavkov/Brna 5. Brandeis - from Brandýs nad Labem 1. Brandys 1. 1. Brandis 2. Brandes 1. Eibenschütz, Eibeschütz - from Ivančice 2. Horowitz, Horovitz, Horvitz, Horwitz, Hurwitz, Hurewicz, Gure...

    1. Aaronovitch, Aronowitz, etc. son of Aaron. 1. Abramson. Son of Abram. It may occur in the following variations: Abrahamson (-sen), Abramovich (-wich), Abramoff (-ov), Abramowitz (-vitz), Abramski (-sky), Abramowski (-sky), Abramek, Abramian, and Abrahamian. 1. Asimov, uncommon Jewish surname from western Russia, briefly discussed in the autobiography of Isaac Asimov 1. Barton From Old English 1. Beck, common with Ukrainian Jews. 1. Berg, Berger 1. Berry: England and french jewish surname...

    1. Angelos 2. Attas 3. Avraam 4. Babtsi 5. Bakabi 6. Bakola 7. Barbatsakou 8. Basaras 9. Batis 10. Battinos 11. Bellelis 12. Bechoropoulos 13. Betkas 14. Borbolis 15. Dallo 16. Damos 17. Daskalaki 18. David 19. Dekastros 20. Dolmas 21. Ezras 22. Fegkas 23. Gadol 24. Galanos 25. Ganis 26. Giaralis 27. Habid/Havid 28. Hadjapoulos 29. Havoulas 30. Hazidi 31. Iakov 32. Iaralis /Iarali 33. Ieouda 34. Iosef 35. Isaak 36. Ischakis 37. Kabilis/Kabelis 38. Kalabokas 39. Kamondo 40. Koen 41. Kofinas 4...

    1. Abecassis 2. Abencobra 3. Abendana (or IbnDana) 4. Abramento 5. Abrameto 6. Abrami, Abramo 7. Abramonte 8. Abravanel = Originates from Spain 9. Abrevaya 10. Abulafia 11. Alarco 12. Albala 13. Alboher = Balkans 14. Albuquerque 15. Alcalay= Alkalai. From Alcala in Spain. 16. Alcazar= Sephardic Jewish From spain. In America some jewish families changed surname to Alcazar. 17. Aleman, Alleman -see Mateo Aleman 18. Alfandary = Alfandari. Tax collector. 19. Alkabes = Alkabetz 20. Almosnino = Al...

    1. Abrach, Al-Abrach 2. Abramchik, Abramtzik 3. Abocassis 4. Aborjil 5. Abotbol 6. Abramidou 7. Abu 8. Agmy, Ajamy, Ajami 9. Alpron 10. Amroon, or Amron 11. Anijar 12. Atiya 13. Avitan 14. Avramidou 15. Banay 16. Barany 17. Barzani 18. Ben-abu 19. Bengio 20. Biton 21. Chriqui 22. Elharar 23. Fahima 24. Gozlan 25. Habibi 26. Hadad 27. Haddad 28. Hagababa 29. Harush 30. Haziz 31. Hazidi 32. Hrusch or Hrush 33. Hruschov or Russov 34. Hysh 35. Jamil 36. Kashny 37. Khalili 38. Khardun, Hardoon 39...

    1. Acciaiouli, Acciaiouli, Acioli 2. Azzopardi 3. Albanesi 4. Basilea, Basila, Bassola, Basola, Basla 5. Bassani, Basseni, Bassano, Bassan 6. Bruxelles also Bruselles 7. Calò , Roma -Italian family 8. Calvo 9. Castelnuovo 10. Calon 11. Carloni 12. Cantoni 13. Colon 14. Cotto 15. Galante 16. Levi 17. Luzzatto, Luzzatti 18. Migliaresi 19. Montefiore 20. Morpurgo, Austro-Italian family, originally from Marburg, Styria 21. Negroponte immigrated from Euboea (Negropont) 22. Paris 23. Paradiso 24....

    Alatri -Ancona - Anticoli - Ariccia -Ascoli -Asti -Baresi -Bari -Bassano -Bologna, Buriani -Bolognese -Borghi (Borgo Trentino) -Bozecchi, Buzecchi, Buzecco, Buzzecchi, Bussecchi, Busecchi (Bussecchio, near Forlì) -Cagli -Caivano -Camerino -Campagnano -Capua -Carpi -Castelbolognesi -Castelfranco -Castelnuovo -Castiglioni -Catania -Cave -Cavalieri (Piemonte) -Cesana -Cividale -Cingoli -Civita -Colorni -Conigliani -Cori -Corinaldi -Corini -Fano -Ferrara - Ferrarese -Firenze -Fiorentino -Foligno...

    1. Astruc (from \\"star\\"; paralleled with Sephardic \\"Astruga\\" cf. kokhabh (Bar-Kochba'), Stern) 2. Benoit 3. Carcassonne 4. Caspi 5. Clouatre 6. Crémieux 7. De Metz (from \\"Metz, France\\"; Metz, Metsch, Mets, Metc, Mecz) 8. Halphen (cf.Chalfan-Halévy) 9. Lafitte 10. Lunel 11. Milhaud 12. Montel 13. Monteux 14. Naquet 15. Petit 16. Plante (Planté, Planta, Planti, De la Plante, LaPlante) 17. Réhal 18. Vidal

    1. Adeni, Adani עדני 2. Aharon, Aharoni אהרון ,אהרוני 3. Alnaddaf, Nadaf אלנדאף 4. Amram עמרם 5. Argov ארגוב 6. Atari עטרי 7. Badani בדני 8. Badihi בדיחי 9. Bashari בשארי 10. Carmi כרמי 11. Chorath חורית 12. Cohen כהן 13. Dahari דהרי 14. Damari דמארי 15. Drori דרורי 16. Fayumi פיומי 17. Gamliel גמליאל 18. Garidi גרידי 19. Glosca גלוסקא 20. Golan גולן 21. Habani חבני 22. Hajbi חג'בי 23. Halevi הלוי 24. Hashai חשאי 25. Harazi חרזי 26. Haybi חייבי 27. Haza חזה 28. Jamil ג’מיל 29. Janah ג’נח 30....

    1. Bartholomew 2. Barton from Old English 3. Baron 1. Baronstein 2. Barron 1. Baran 3. Amber 1. Buber, from bóbr, Ukrainian bober (beaver) 1. Biberman 1. Diamond, Dimant, Diamant, Diment 2. Dorn, Dorner 3. Dartar, Doertar, Tartar 1. Ehre- 2. Erlich, Ehrlich, Ehrlichman 1. Eichenbaum 1. Eichenwald 2. Eichel, Eichelbaum 1. Fould, from Fulda? 1. Gold 1. Golden 2. Goldberg 1. Goldberger 3. Goldenberg 4. Goldenthal 5. Goldenweiser, Goldenveizer 6. Goldfarb, Alexander Goldfarb 1. Alexander Goldenw...

    (not classified) 1. Jahoda, Jagoda 2. Feuer-: Feuermann/Feuerman, Feuerstein 3. Handelmann, Hendel (also given name) 4. Handwerk, Handwerker 5. Hanf/Hanff 6. Gurlitt, Gorlitt, Gurlt 7. Fabrikant 8. Diment, Diament, Dymant, Dimont 9. Rivlin (Israeli family) 10. Damrosch 11. Hofstadter 12. Kanitz 13. Kelitat 14. Grünberg, Greenberg, Greenberger 15. Grätz/Graetz, Grätzer/Graetzer, Gretzer 16. Heshel/Heschel (cf.A.J.), Heschl (cf.Richard L.; famous for Heschl's gyrus), Hessel, Hesselman/Hesselman...

    1. Onomastics in Judaism on Wikipedia.Wikipedia 2. List of Jewish nobility on Wikipedia.Wikipedia 3. Pedigrees (Jewish Encyclopedia) on Wikipedia.Wikipedia 4. List of Slavic surnames on Wikipedia.Wikipedia 5. Polish surnames on Wikipedia.Wikipedia 6. Family name etymology on Wikipedia.Wikipedia 7. German family name etymology on Wikipedia.Wikipedia 8. List of Germanic-speaking cultures surnames on Wikipedia.Wikipedia 9. Genealogy on Wikipedia.Wikipedia

    1. David Zubatsky; Irwin Berent (1984) Sourcebook for Jewish Genealogies and Family Histories, Garland Pub 2. Nelly Weiss (2002) The Origine of Jewish Family Names: Morphology and History, Peter Lang 3. Alexander Beider (1996) A Dictionary of Jewish Surnames from the Kingdom of Poland, Avotaynu Press, →ISBN, pages 608

    1. Surnames in Dictionary of Jewish Surnames from Galicia 2. Names (Personal) - JewishEncyclopedia 3. GABIN List of Jewish Surnames, from a Polish Business Directory 4. The Database of Family Names 5. The Jews of Ethiopia and Their Names 6. http://www.geocities.com/okouneff/ 7. Jewish Records Indexing - Poland 1. Surname List: Bytom 8. Radix Index: Board for Hungarian Genealogy Research 1. Hungarian; with phonetical symbols 2. RadixForum 1. Hungarian; with phonetical symbols 2. English versi...

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    This is a list of oldest people by country and in selected territories. It includes the individual(s) for each given country or territory who are reported to have had the longest lifespan. Such records can only be determined to the extent that the given country's records are reliable. Comprehensive birth registration is largely a 20th-century phenomenon, so records establishing human longevity ...

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    Lista över subnationella huvudstäder för följande stater: Angola, Argentina, Armenien, Australien, Belgien, Belize, Bolivia, Brasilien, Colombia, Danmark, Finland ...

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