Schmidt

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Danish[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From German Schmidt, often as a Germanization of the Danish Smed.

Proper noun[edit]

Schmidt

  1. A surname​.

References[edit]

  • [1] Danmarks Statistik: 15 849 persons with the surname Schmidt (compared to 863 named Smed) living in Denmark on January 1st, 2011. Accessed on 18 October 2011.

German[edit]

Distribution of Schmidts around Germany

Alternative forms[edit]

Proper noun[edit]

Schmidt

  1. A common surname, equivalent to Smith in English.

Derived terms[edit]

Altenschmidt, Bachschmidt, Baierschmidt, Ballschmidt, Bauenschmidt, Bauernschmidt, Bauerschmidt, Baurenschmidt, Baurschmidt, Bayerschmidt, Behrschmidt, Beielschmidt, Beilschmidt, Beischmidt, Beitelschmidt, Bergschmidt, Beringschmidt, Beutelschmidt, Beyelschmidt, Beylschmidt, Blauschmidt, Blechschmidt, Boberschmidt, Bohlenschmidt, Bökenschmidt, Braunschmidt, Bresselschmidt, Brinkschmidt, Brockschmidt, Bruchschmidt, Dauberschmidt, Deperschmidt, Depperschmidt, Döppenschmidt, Dorfschmidt, Dörrschmidt, Dörschmidt, Drahtschmidt, Drathschmidt, Dratschmidt, Dreckschmidt, Drommelschmidt, Dürrschmidt, Dürschmidt, Eckschmidt, Eisenschmidt, Engelschmidt, Fahnenschmidt, Federschmidt, Feldschmidt, Fliegenschmidt, Freischmidt, Goldschmidt, Hammerschmidt, Hellenschmidt, Hufschmidt, Kastenschmidt, Kleinschmidt, Messerschmidt, Nagelschmidt, Reinschmidt, Schaarschmidt, Schmidtschneider, Uldschmidt, Waldschmidt

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