The surname Tichy may refer to:
Huber is a German-language surname. It derives from the German word Hube meaning hide, a unit of land a farmer might possess, granting them the status of a free tenant. It is in the top ten most common surnames in the German-speaking world, especially in Austria and Switzerland where it is the surname of approximately 0.3% of the population.
Schindler is a German surname that is derived from the German word "schindel", which means "shingle". This suggests that the original bearers of the name were in the roofing business. Variations and alternate spellings of the name include: Shindler, Schindel, and Schindelle.
Spielmann or Spielman is a German occupational surname, which means "jester", from the Middle High German spilære. The name may refer to:
Oppenheimer is a surname. Most uses refer to J. Robert Oppenheimer (1904–1967), the American physicist who headed the Manhattan Project. Other notable people with the surname include:
Kunz, Künz, or Kunze is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Leitner is an Austrian-German surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Breuer is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Metzger is a German/Yiddish (German-Jewish) occupational surname, meaning "butcher". Notable people with the name include:
Scherer and Scherrer is a German language surname widespread in German speaking Europe since the Middle Ages. With the beginning of colonization it also came to North and South America. Notable people with the surname include:
Schaefer is an alternative spelling and cognate for the German word schäfer, meaning 'shepherd', which itself descends from the Old High German scāphare. Variants "Shaefer", "Schäfer", the additional alternative spelling "Schäffer", and the anglicised forms "Schaeffer", "Schaffer", "Shaffer", "Shafer", and "Schafer" are all common surnames.
Schmitz is a common German surname (smith).
Lederer is a surname of German origin, meaning "leatherworker". Notable people with the surname include:
Strauss, Strauß or Straus is a common Germanic surname. Outside Germany and Austria Strauß is usually spelled Strauss. In classical music, "Strauss" most commonly refers to Richard Strauss or Johann Strauss II.
Lehner is a surname. It derives from the Middle High German verb lehen "to hold land as a feudal tenant", and was once used to indicate a person's status as a land-holder.
Fabri is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Neff is a surname of German, Swiss Czech or Ashkenazi Jewish origin. It may refer to:
Spitz is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Pfeifer is a German-language occupational surname meaning "whistler" or "pipe-" or "fife-player" and etymologically akin to English Piper and Fifer; other spellings include Pfeiffer. The spelling Pfeifer may refer to:
Abraham is a surname. It can be of Jewish, English, French, German, Dutch, Irish, Welsh, Cornish, Breton, Lebanese, Syrian and other origins. It is derived from the Hebrew personal name Avraham, borne by the biblical patriarch Abraham, revered by Jews as a founding father of the Jewish people, and by Muslims as founder of all Semitic peoples. The name is explained in Genesis 17:5 as being derived from the Hebrew av hamon goyim "father of a multitude of nations". It was commonly used as a given name among Christians in the Middle Ages, and has always been a popular Jewish given name. The English name Abram is often a short form of Abraham, but it can also be a shortened version of Adburgham, which comes from a place name. As an Irish name, it was adopted as an approximation of the Gaelic name Mac an Bhreitheamhan "son of the judge". The German name Brahm is often a short form of Abraham, but it can also be a topographic name signifying someone who lived near a bramble thicket. The name Braham has been used as an Anglicization of both Abraham and its patronymic Abrahams by Ashkenazi Jews in the British Isles. Abraham has also been used as an Anglicization of the equivalent Arabic surname Ibrāhīm.
Rabe is a German surname meaning "raven" and may refer to: