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Goldfarb is German for golden color and is the surname of:

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Musser is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

Snyder is an Anglicized occupational surname derived from Dutch Snijder "tailor", related to modern Dutch Snijders and Sneijder. It may also be an Anglicized spelling of the German Schneider or Swiss German Schnyder, which both carry the same meaning. A less common Anglicized spelling of the Dutch Snijder is Snider.

Small is an English and Scottish surname, and it derives from the Old Norse Smålig meaning someone who is narrow or thin. Notable people with the surname include:

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Lowell is a surname, see "Lowell family" for name origin. Notable people with the surname include:

Atwood or Attwood is the surname of: