Appendix talk:Jewish surnames
I don't think this is the newest version. Please revive all of the edits, complete version, fast!
- --Sheynhertz-Unbayg 09:44, 4 April 2007 (UTC)
Does Scherer is?
- Suárez means son to Suero, being Suero a phased out medieval personal name (for instance, Suero de Quiñones). Same for Juárez, from the the outdated script Xuárez, I think.
This list is full of dupes and unclassifieds
Please delete or move items out of the last 2 miscellaneous categories to where they belong, if you are etymologically certain.
I have regularized gross category format, but this list is full of dupes and items out of alphabetical order as it seems to have been, necessarily, hand sorted, and many people who added names about which they were interested had no idea, it seems, where to put them. Pandelver 05:58, 6 March 2011 (UTC)
would it be possible to agrre on a typography like the one I used in the section "Germanised or German surnames (Ashkenazic) with "meaning" in German"? otherwise this article appears quite choatic to me..--Der Spion 15:03, 3 August 2011 (UTC)