Where comes the surname Quixbelt comes from?
I think this surname is rarely occurred in Dutch and German-American peoples.
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When I typed in Quixbelt, Google thought that I meant Quixberg or Quixberger. Even though it vaguely recognises those surnames, there are no results for any of them! They're certainly German.
I wonder of they are related (distantly) to Quixote, Quixada, or Quoxano. Its not likely...I'll tell you what, Quixbelt might be a variant of a more common surname. If the original form was spelled with a K, then it might've been converted to a Q..?I know practically nothing about German or Dutch etymology, but I hope that you eventually find answers from someone who's smarter than me!
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