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For example, Asch is an acronym for the towns of terdam.
Over time, Jews accepted the new last names, which were essential as Jews sought to advance within the broader society and as the were transformed or Jews left them for big cities.It is the Yiddish translation of the Hebrew work for lion — . It is the Yiddish translation of the Hebrew word for gazelle — . The symbol of The dove is associated with the prophet Jonah.The gazelle was the symbol of the tribe of Naphtali. Wolf is the root of the Ashkenazic last names Wolfson, Wouk and Volkovich. Eckstein — Yiddish for cornerstone, derived from Psalm 1 Good(man) — Yiddish translation of Hebrew work for “good”: 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.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.
The big two are Cohen (Cohn, Kohn, Kahan, Kahn, Kaplan) and Levi (Levy, Levine, Levinsky, Levitan, Levenson, Levitt, Lewin, Lewinsky, Lewinson).