Mandel מאַנדל German, Yiddish
in German, an occupational name for a grower or seller, or a topographic name for a person who lived near an almond tree. As a Jewish name it is ornamental.
Pasternak פּאַסטערנאַק, פּסטרנק Polish, Ukrainian, Russian, Yiddish
in various Slavic languages, ultimately from Latin pastinaca
. A famous bearer was Boris Pasternak (1890-1960), author of Doctor Zhivago
Denoted a person who came from Penzig, the German name for Pieńsk, a town in southwest Poland. It is derived from Polish pień
meaning "stump, tree trunk".
Wallach װאַלאַך, וולך Yiddish
From Middle High German walch
meaning "foreigner (from a Romance country)"
Wang 4 Yiddish
Name for a Jew from Hungary, ultimately from Russian Венгрия (Vengriya)
Weiss German, Yiddish
From Middle High German wiz
or Yiddish װייַס (vais)
. This was originally a nickname for a person with white hair or skin.