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|Timmermans, Timmer, Zimmerman, Simmerman, Carpenter, Charpentier, Carpentier
Timmerman is a Dutch occupational surname with the meaning "carpenter".It may refer to:
Timmerman may also refer to:
Friedman, Friedmann, and Freedman are surnames of German origin, and from the 17th century were also adopted by Ashkenazi Jews. It is the 9th most common surname in Israel and most common exclusively Ashkenazi name. They may refer to:
Cristina is a female given name, and it is also a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Haddad is a primarily Levantine family name originating in Aramaic.
Muller is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Mandel is a surname that occurs in multiple cultures and languages. It is a Dutch, German and Jewish surname, meaning "almond", from the Middle High German and Middle Dutch mandel. Mandel can be a locational surname, from places called Mandel, such as Mandel, Germany. Mandel may also be a Dutch surname, from the Middle Dutch mandele, meaning a number of sheaves of harvested wheat.
Pearse is a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Mohr is a surname of German origin. Notable people with the surname include:
Simons is a surname.
Bray is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Abrams is a surname related to Abrahams, Abram, Abrahm and Abraham. It developed independently in the Jewish diaspora, England, Germany and the Netherlands. The name and its variants have been found in England since the medieval era in the Domesday Book and Hundred Rolls. As of 2014, it is most commonly found in the United States. Notable people with the surname include:
Gans is a Dutch and German noun meaning "goose".
Rosenblum is a Jewish surname of German origin, which means "rose flower". Notable people with the surname include:
The surname Bush is an English surname, derived from either the Old English word "busc" or the Old Norse "buskr," both of which mean "bush," a shrub.
Knutsson is a Norwegian surname that may refer to
Timmermans is a Dutch occupational surname meaning "carpenter's". It is a common name with 11,658 and 6,663 carriers in the Netherlands and Belgium, respectively. People with this surname include:
Jacob is a surname, ultimately from the Biblical figure Jacob. Jakob is the main German form of the name.
Stout is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Ferrara is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Zimmerman is a surname variant of the German Zimmermann, meaning "carpenter". The modern German terms for carpenter are Zimmerer, Tischler, or Schreiner, but Zimmermann is still used. It is also commonly associated with Ashkenazi Jews.
Braden is a surname.