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Tillmann is a surname and given name of German and Danish origin. Variants of the name include Tilman, Tillman, and Dillman.Notable people with the name Tillmann include:
Antony is a Danish, English, Finnish, German, Norwegian and Swedish given name that is a form of Anthony in use in North America, Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Peninsular Malaysia, India, Pakistan, England, Scotland, Wales, Republic of Ireland, Northern Ireland, Sweden, Finland, Norway, Republic of Karelia, Estonia, Denmark, Germany, Austria, eastern Switzerland, part of Serbia, part of Romania, Guyana, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Ghana, Namibia, South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya, Sudan, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Cameroon and Nigeria. As a surname it is derived from the Antonius root name. People with this name include the following:
Tillman is a surname and given name of English origin and an Americanized spelling of Tillmann. Other variants of the name include Tilman and Dillman. Notable people with the name Tillmann include:
Bartek is a Polish, Czech and Slovak name and surname, a cognate of Bartholomew. Notable people with this name include:
Brianna, Breanna, Breanne, Briana, Brina, and Bryanna are feminine given names. Brianna is a feminine English language form of the masculine Irish language name Brian as "Briana" is the original spelling. The name is a relatively modern one and was occasionally used in England from about the 16th century and on; Briana is the name of a character in Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene. In recent years, the name has become increasingly popular.
Tiedemann is both a surname and a given name of German origin, a variant of Thiedemann. Notable people with the name include:
Tilman is both a masculine given name and a surname. The German version of the surname is Tillmann. Other variants include Tillman and Dillman.
John Tillman may refer to:
Adrien is a given name and surname, and the French spelling for the name Adrian. It is also the masculine form of the feminine name Adrienne. It may refer to:
Nikolas is a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include the following:
Gorter or De Gorter is a Dutch-language occupational surname for a person growing barley. Notable people with the surname include:
Zawadzki[zaˈvat͡ski] is a Polish and Ukrainian surname. It is a toponymic surname derived from one of the numerous locations named Zawada or Zawady.
Klopp is a German surname, from Middle Low German klopper ‘clapper’, ‘bobbin’, ‘hammer’. C.f. Chlodobert
Ferrari is an Italian occupational surname, the plural form of Ferraro, meaning blacksmith.
Steinbrecher is a German language occupational surname for a person who worked in a stone quarry. Notable people with the name include:
Koval is a Ukrainian surname. The word means "blacksmith", making "Koval" the equivalent of "Smith" in the English-speaking world. Notable people with the name include:
Retzlaff is a surname. Although mainly found in German-speaking countries, it is derived from Slavic personal names Radoslav or Ratislav. Notable people with the surname include:
Rathgeber is a surname of German origin. Notable people with the surname include:
Majcher is a surname and a given name, a vernacular form of "Melchior". Variants: Maycher, Maicher. Notable people with this name include:
Molano is a Spanish language surname. Notable people with the name include:
Gazda is a surname. Notable people include: