Subject: Re: origin of surnames Groner and Lottmann
Author: Andy ;---)   (guest)
Date: May 28, 2006 at 10:39 PM
Reply to: origin of surnames Groner and Lottmann by Tony Bettfuehr

For GRONER check out this:


LOTTMANN is not in my books. But for LOTTER I found this:
Occupational name or byname from Middle High German "lot(t)er" meaning "good-for-nothing, rascal, juggler, buffon".
Or else it could be from the given name LOTHAR or maybe LUDWIG.
"-mann" is often found as an addition to a name, giving no specific additional meaning.

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