Unger may refer to:
Unger is a surname of German derivation, and may refer to:
April 15 is the 105th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar; 260 days remain until the end of the year.
May 2 is the 122nd day of the year in the Gregorian calendar; 243 days remain until the end of the year.
Bernstein is a common surname in the German language, meaning "amber". The name is used by both Germans and Jews, although it is most common among people of Ashkenazi Jewish heritage. The German pronunciation is [ˈbɛʁnʃtaɪn](listen), but in English it is pronounced either as or.
Fischer is an Alsatian surname, derived from the profession of the fisherman. The name Fischer is the fourth most common German surname. The English version is Fisher.
Bloch is a surname of German origin. Notable people with this surname include:
Adler is a surname of German and Yiddish origin meaning eagle, and has a frequency in the United Kingdom of less than 0.004%, and of 0.008% in the United States. In Christian iconography, the eagle is the symbol of John the Evangelist, and as such a stylized eagle was commonly used as a house sign/totem in German speaking areas. From the tenement the term easily moved to its inhabitants, particularly to those having only one name. This phenomenon can be easily seen in German and Austrian censuses from the 16th and 17th centuries. The term might have been assigned also as a name descriptive of character or outward characteristics. It is also a common Jewish surname among the Ashkenazi community, where it may have derived from a reference to Psalm 103:5. Many notable people with the surname Adler are of Jewish origin, such as Alfred Adler. Adler is also sometimes used to denote the Jewish origins of fictional characters, such as in Mordechai Richler's Son of a Smaller Hero.
The surname Epstein is one of the oldest Ashkenazi Jewish family names. It is probably derived from the German town of Eppstein, in Hesse; the place-name was probably derived from Gaulish apa and German -stein.
Rosen is a surname. Notable people with this surname include:
Kaufmann is a surname with many variants such as Kauffmann, Kaufman, and Kauffman. In German, the name means merchant. It is the cognate of the English Chapman . Kaufmann may refer to:
Abel is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Klein is the Dutch, German and Afrikaans word for "small", which came to be used as a surname, and thence passed into the names of places, concepts and discoveries associated with bearers of this surname. It is also a common Jewish surname in the United States, Europe and Brazil.
Weiss or Weiß, also written Weis or Weisz, pronounced like "vice", is a German and Jewish surname, meaning 'white' in both German and Yiddish. It comes from Middle High German wîz and Old High German (h)wīz.
Stern is a surname which can be of either German/Yiddish or English language origin, though the former case predominates.
Kramer is an occupational surname of Dutch or Low German origin or it is derived from the High German surname Krämer.
The following is a list of notable deaths in 1996. Names are listed under the date of death and not the date it was announced. Names under each date are listed in alphabetical order by family name.
Gabriele is both a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include: