Tietz is a surname, and may refer to:
Schwarz is a common surname, derived from the German schwarz, pronounced [ˈʃvaʁts](listen), meaning the color black. Notable people with the surname include:
Horowitz is a Levitical Ashkenazi surname deriving from the Horowitz family though it can also be a non Jewish surname as well. Other variants of the name include Harowitz, Harrwitz, Harwitz, Horovitz, Horvitz, Horwicz, Horwitz, Hourwitz, Hurewicz, Hurwicz, Hurwitz, Gerovich, Gurovich, Gurevich, Gurvich, Gourevitch, Orowitz and Urwitz.
Kohler is a surname of German origin. The name was first found in Saxony. It means, "charcoal burner" so the first "Kohlers" were most likely of that occupation. Notable people with the surname include:
Schlesinger is a German surname meaning "Silesian" and may refer to:
Löw is a surname of German and Yiddish origin. Another romanization of the Yiddish name לייב is Leib. It may refer to:
Meier may refer to:
Rabinovich or Rabinovitch, is a Russian Ashkenazi Jewish surname, Slavic for "son of the rabbi" or "son of Rabin". The Polish/Lithuanian equivalents are Rabinowitz or Rabinowicz.
Helms is an English and Danish Patronymic Surname and means son of Helm, which derives from the Old Norse name Hjelm or Hjälm meaning 'helmet'. The name may also be a short form of the English Toponymic Surname Helmsley after the town in North Yorkshire. It may refer to:
Feinstein, Finestein or anglicized as Finestone, meaning "fine stone", that is gemstone, is a compound surname of German and Yiddish origin, similar to names like Goldstein or Rubinstein which is relatively wide spread among Ashkenazi Jews. It may refer to:
Hermann Tietz was a German merchant of Jewish origin, co-founder of the Tietz Department Store. He was buried in the Weißensee Cemetery.
Wolff is a variant of the Wolf surname which is derived from the baptismal names Wolfgang or Wolfram.
Międzychód is a town in Greater Poland Voivodeship, Poland, the administrative seat of Międzychód County. It is located on the southern shore of the Warta river, about 75 km (47 mi) west of Poznań. Population is 10,915 (2009).
The surnames Chajes, Chayes, Hayyot, Hayyut, Hiyyut are from the Hebrew word Hebrew: חיות.
Broder or Bröder is a surname. Notable people with the surname Broder / Bröder include:
Gurvich, Gurwich, Gurwitch, Gurwitsch or Gurevich is a Yiddish surname, a Russian form of the surname "Horowitz" (Гу́рвич), see the latter article about its etymology.
Rosenbaum is a surname of German origin, which translates as "rose tree" and which was given to people living in the proximity of rose bushes. The surname is common among Ashkenazi Jews, but is also associated with various non-Jews of German origin. Notable people with the surname include:
Getz is a surname. Notable people with this surname include:
Oppenheim is a German surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Blau is a German surname meaning "blue". This may have referred to the pale skin, the eyes, or the clothes of the original bearer of the name or the surname may be metonymic, e.g. referring to a dyer or someone who produced bluing in a mill. "Blau" is most commonly an ornamental Jewish (Ashkenazic) surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Caro is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: