Tittel is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Kowalczyk is the fifth most common surname in Poland. The name comes from the word "blacksmith".
Böttger or Boettger is a German surname. 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.
Carlsson is a Swedish patronymic surname meaning "son of Carl" or "Carl’s son". Variants include Carlson and Karlsson.
Karlson is a patronymic surname meaning "son of Karl". There are other spelling variations.
Schmied is a surname of German origin. Its meaning is derived from the German word Schmied, which is a smith. Common variants are Schmidt, Schmitt, and Schmitz.
Vukčević is a Serbo-Croatian patronymic surname, derived from the male given name Vukac. Notable people with the surname include:
Kowalewski is a Polish surname. It may refer to:
Karlsen is a Danish-Norwegian patronymic surname meaning "son of Karl", an Old German given name. The form Carlsen is cognate. The parallel Swedish forms are Karlsson and Carlsson. People with the surname include:
Kroos is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Carolin may refer to:
Schäffler is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Sepp is a surname. When borne by Estonian-descended people, it is usually derived from sepp meaning "smith".
Kowalik is a Polish surname, a diminutive of Kowal, meaning "smith". Notable people with the surname include:
Kovačec is a Croatian surname. The surname may refer to:
Caroli is a Latin and Italian surname that may refer to:
Antonik Slavic surname according to Slavic naming customs. The name is derived from the root name Antonius. Notable people with this name include the following:
Decarli is an Italian surname first found in Milan. Notable people with the name include the following:
Calle is a Danish, Finnish, Norwegian and Swedish masculine given name, nickname and surname that is a diminutive form of Carl and Karl and an alternate form of Kalle. Calle is a surname with Spanish, English, Irish, Scottish, and German origins. Its Spanish origins are from the Spanish word calle, which means street and traces its origins back to Santander, Spain. a derive Notable people referred to by this name include the following:
Küfner is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: