Watzke is the surname of:
Hans Watzke was a German politician of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU). From 1975 to 1990 he was a member of the Landtag of North Rhine-Westphalia.
Hans-Joachim Watzke is a German entrepreneur and football official. He currently serves as CEO of Borussia Dortmund.
Helen Rachel Slater is an American actress, singer and songwriter. She played the title role in the 1984 film Supergirl, and returned to the 2015 TV series of the same name, this time as Supergirl's adoptive mother. In the following years, she starred in several comedy-drama films such as Ruthless People (1986), The Secret of My Success (1987), and City Slickers (1991). She additionally found work as an actress in television, and stage projects, including three guest appearances on the series Smallville (2007–2010). She was a series regular for the two-season run (2011–2013) on the ABC Family series The Lying Game.
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Berger is a surname in both German, and French, although there is no etymological connection between the names in the two languages. The French surname is an occupational name for a shepherd, from Old French bergier. The German surname derives from the word Berg, the word for "mountain" or "hill", and means "a resident on a mountain or hill", or someone from a toponym Berg, derived from the same. The pronunciation of the English name may sometimes be BUR-jər following the French phonetics. Notable people with this surname include:
Wenzel is a male given name as the German and Old English form of the Czech given name Václav or Venceslav, meaning "praised with glory". Variations are Вячеслав, Vencel (Hungarian), Wacław, Więcław, Wiesław (Polish), Venceslas/Wenceslas (French), Venceslao (Italian), Venceslau (Portuguese), Wenceslao (Spanish).
Sommer is a surname, from the German and Scandinavian languages word for the season "summer".
Eberle is a Southern German diminutive form of the surname Eber. Notable people with the surname include:
Vázquez, in non Spanish-speaking countries often as Vazquez or Vasquez, is an originally Galician surname, in use not only in Galicia but all over Spanish-speaking world.
Austria competed at the 1948 Summer Olympics in London, England. 147 competitors, 115 men and 32 women, took part in 79 events in 17 sports.
Schmid is a German surname that is a cognate of "Smith", an occupational surname for a blacksmith. The spelling is more common in Switzerland than Schmidt or Schmitt. Notable people with the surname include:
Růžička is a Czech surname. Ružička is a Slovak surname. Notable people include:
Winkler is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Moravec is a relatively common Czech surname. "Morava" (Moravia) is the root of the surname. Notable persons with that surname include:
Luby is a Czech Republic town located in the Cheb District. Before 1946, it was known as Schönbach. It is well known for its violin-making industry, and was once dubbed the "Austrian Cremona" when Bohemia was part of Austria-Hungary.
Mimoň is a town in the Czech Republic.
Kratochvíl is a Czech and Slovak surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Vacek is a Czech surname, also found in Slovakia. It is derived from the name "Vaclav", being a diminutive or nickname thereof, or denoting "son of Vaclav". The feminine form is "Vackova".
Jedlička is a surname. Pronounced YED-lych-ka, n.: Czech, 1. A small Fir Tree. 2. Family name common to area between Pisek and Tabor, Bohemia, Czech Republic. 3. Czech slang for "tall man."
Sládek is a Czech surname meaning a maltster. Notable people with the surname include:
Josef Vacke, born Josef Watzke, was a Czech artist and painter.
Josef is the surname of the following people: