Recognizing Jewish Names

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Recognizing Jewish Names

Post by Wade Hampton III » Sun Feb 09, 2020 2:31 pm

While this list may never be complete, it will cover most of the
Jewish names one is likely to encounter in everyday Western life.
Unlike many Gentile names, there is such a thing as a 'Jewish name.'
Many Jewish persons can be recognized as being Jewish by their surname
[last name], although not always--some Jews are adopted, or their
forebears changed the family surname, or their surname simply does not
appear Jewish.

Here are the most common Jewish names likely to be encountered by
Caucasians:

-Names ending in "-berg" (Goldberg, Weinberg, etc.)

-Names ending in "-man" (Goldman, Lightman, etc.)

-Names ending in "-stein" (Einstein, Perlstein, etc.)

-Names that sound "precious" (Gold, Silver, Diamond, etc.)

-Names ending in "-ler" (Adler, Midler, etc.)

-Names ending in "-ner" (Asner, Lardner, etc.)

-Names ending in "-lin" (Gitlin, Sheindlin, etc.)

-Names ending in "-witz" (Horowitz, Rabinowitz, etc.) or "-
itz" (Kravitz, etc.)

-Names ending in "-baum" (Teitelbaum, Metzenbaum, etc.)

-Names ending in "-off" (Chartoff, Berkhoff, etc.)

-Names ending in "-nik" (Resnik, Mitnik, etc.)

-Names ending in "-thal" (Blumenthal, Rosenthal, etc.)

-Names ending in "-ling" (Spelling, Sperling, etc.)

-Names ending in "-sky" (Barshefsky, Linsky, etc.)

-Names ending in "-farb" (Himmelfarb, Goldfarb, etc.)

-Names ending in "-feld" (Seinfeld, Rosenfeld, etc.)

-Names ending in "-stone" (Wellstone, Firestone, etc.)

-Some, but certainly not all, names ending in "-son" (Abelson,
Josephson, etc.)

-Surnames that sound "Biblical," e.g., David, Joseph, Abram or
Abraham, Moses, Benjamin, Isaac, etc.

Some other common Jewish names:

-Berg
-Miller
-Davis
-Ross
-Lewis
-Roth
-Morris
-Davidson
-Green
-Wolf
-Newman
-Gross
-Harris
-Sherman
-Myers
-Mayer
-Jacobs
-Aaron
-Michael
-Hirsch
-Raphael
-Tobias
-Levy
-Cohen
-Kaplan
-Weiss
-Nathan
-Leo
-Levine
-Simon
-Levin
-Samuel
-Falk
-Wise
-Gottfried
-Gottlieb
-Mann
-Mathis
-May
-Mars
-Marx
-Marks
-Saul
-Gould
-Fink
-Loeb
-Loew
-Rubin
-Stern
-Shapiro
-Klein
-Cohn
-Singer
-Frank
-Schwartz
-Rich
-Kahn
-Kramer

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Re: Recognizing Jewish Names

Post by Will Williams » Sun Feb 09, 2020 3:26 pm

All of those hints of Jewishness by their names are a good indicator, except that so many try to hide their Jewishness by changing their names. Identifying the individual's parents and grandparents by names, or association to Jewry helps. For example, 2.6 million Polish Jews changed their names after WWII: https://forum.codoh.com/viewtopic.php?t=10219

The image you display, showing Jew physiognomy is also good, until they change their facial features to hide their Jewishness.
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Perhaps the best indicator is if Jews claim them as one of their own, as in reference books like Who's Who in World Jewry: A Biographical Dictionary of Outstanding Jews Also, to some extent, DNA will identify certain Jewish identifying markers. This science will advance to identify percentages of racial admixture -- not geographical origins as some of the Jew-owned DNA testers do today.
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Re: Recognizing Jewish Names

Post by FolkishFreya » Sun Sep 18, 2022 8:37 am

This is helpful thank you!
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Re: Recognizing Jewish Names

Post by fluxmaster » Sun Sep 18, 2022 10:24 am

Wade Hampton III wrote:
Sun Feb 09, 2020 2:31 pm
Here are the most common Jewish names likely to be encountered by
Caucasians:
You left out the link to the article that you got that list from. Here it is:

Is My Surname Jewish?

And here is the first paragraph of that article:
Many of the names that people think "sound" Jewish are, in fact, simple German, Russian, or Polish surnames. You generally can't identify Jewish ancestry by a surname alone. Actually, there are really only three surnames (and their variations) that are generally specifically Jewish: Cohen, Levy, and Israel. Yet, even variations of these common Jewish-specific surnames may not be Jewish in origin. The surnames Cohan and even Cohen, for example, could instead be an Irish surname, derived from O'Cadham (descendant of Cadhan).
The lists you provided are not lists of Jewish surnames, but rather of surnames are often used by Jews. If we were to take that list as a definitive list of Jewish surnames, then both Adolf Hitler and Alfred Rosenberg would be Jewish.

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Re: Recognizing Jewish Names

Post by Will Williams » Wed Sep 21, 2022 10:34 am

Thanks for linking to the source, Flux. You're right. Like I wrote earlier:
Perhaps the best indicator is if Jews claim them as one of their own, as in reference books like Who's Who in World Jewry: A Biographical Dictionary of Outstanding Jews. Also, to some extent, DNA will identify certain Jewish identifying markers. This science will advance to identify percentages of racial admixture -- not geographical origins as some of the Jew-owned DNA testers do today.
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