Alsatian Submitted Surnames

Alsatian names are used in Alsace, eastern France, by speakers of Alsatian, an Upper German dialect.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Andres German, Alsatian
Derived from the given name Andreas.
Brot Alsatian
Derived from German Brot "bread", this surname was given to someone who sold or baked bread.
Gindt German, Alsatian
From the Germanic personal name Gundo, from gund meaning "war", "battle".
Grumbach German (Swiss), Alsatian
From the name of various places in Switzerland and Germany, for example the municipality of Grumbach in Rhineland-Palatinate.
Hans German, Dutch, Alsatian, Romansh
Derived from the given name Hans.
Jenny German (Swiss), Alsatian
Derived from the given name Johannes.
Lautenschläger German, Alsatian
Derived from Middle High German lutenslaher meaning "lute player".
Lienhard Upper German, German (Swiss), Alsatian
Upper German and Alemannic form of the given name Leonhard.
Mathis German, German (Swiss), Flemish, Alsatian, English
Derived from the given name Matthias.
Munsch Alsatian
Alsatian variant of Monge and Münch.
Oberlin German, German (Swiss), Alsatian
Derived from an Alemannic diminutive of the given names Albrecht and Albert.
Reb Alsatian
Of debated origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from the given name Raban and a variant of the surname Reber.
Schnee German, Jewish, Alsatian
from German schnee "snow" Middle High German sne sneo a nickname for someone with white hair or an exceptionally pale complexion... [more]
Stofflet Alsatian (Rare)
Derived from the given name Stoffel in combination with the diminutive suffix -et.