ארכיון פוסטים 2 ביוני, 2013

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אלבז,אלבאז,ELBAZ, ELBAS   Many Jewish family names are derived from places of origin or residence. Literally Arabic for falcon, Elbaz is associated with Albacyn, a district of the Spanish city of Granada, whose Arabic name was El Bayazin, that is Falcons or Falconers, because falcons were bred there; or with Elbas/El Baz, the Jewish quarter of the Saharan town of Guerrara founded in the 16th century in central Algeria. Elbaz is recorded as a Jewish  [ המשך קריאה ]

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אוקנין,וקנין,ועקנין,וואקנין    OKNINE, VAKNIN, WAKNIN, A'QNIN, AQNINE, AKNIN, AKNINE, OUAKNIN   Many Jewish family names are derived from biblical given names. Waknine is derived from Aqnin/Aknin, which is the Berber diminutive of the biblical male given name (in English: Jacob). The traditional etymology of the name Yaacov ("held the hill [of his twin brother at birth]" is given in Genesis 33,26. Jews in the Diaspora often transformed Hebrew names into vernacular sounding names. This enabled  [ המשך קריאה ]

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אסולין,בן אסולין, ASULIN, ASSOULIN, ASSOULINE, ASSOULY, ESSANLY, ASSOLEN, BEN ASULIN, BENASULIN, BENASSOULIN, BENASULY, BENASSOULY These names are probably derived from the Berber geographical term meaning "the rocks/stones", the root of names of numerous places or tribes. As a Muslim name, it is spelled El-Assouli. As a Jewish name, Azulin is a toponymic surname (i.e. derived from a place of origin or residence), associated with the branch of the Glaoua tribe called "Ait Tizguin Ouasouline", located  [ המשך קריאה ]

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אזולאי,בן אזולאי, AZULAY, AZOULAY, AZOULAI, AZOULI, BEN AZULAY Many Jewish family names are derived from more than one source. Azulay is a Jewish family name of Spanish origin. In some cases it was originally a personal nickname. The root of the name is the Berber word "izil" which, in the dialect of the middle Atlas region of Morocco, means "good". In some cases Azulay is a toponymic surname (i.e. derived from a place of origin  [ המשך קריאה ]

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אסייג,סייג,בן אסייג,אל סייג,אסייה,בן אסייה   ASSAYAGH, BENASSAYAGH, ESSAYAG, SAYAG, EL SAIG, ASSAYA, BEN ASSAYA Many Jewish family names were originally personal or occupational nicknames. The Jewish surname Assayagh is associated with the Arabic term for jeweler, goldsmith, or silversmith. Occupational surnames denoting these trades are first found in the bible. In the 6th century, the Jewish tribe of Kainuka in North Arabia was famous for its goldsmiths and silversmiths. In the middle ages, several cities  [ המשך קריאה ]

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  ארביב  ARBIB, ARBIV, ARVIV MANY JEWISH FAMILY NAMES WERE ORIGINAY PERSONAL NICKNAMES. THE SURNAME ARBIB IS DERIVED FROM REVIVO/REBIBO, WHICH IS DERIVED FROM THE ARABIC R’BIBO, WHICH MEANS “SON IN LAW”. DISTINGUISHED BEARERS OF THE NAME INCLUDE THE ISRAELI FILM MAKER, RAPHAEL REBIBO. IN THE 19TH CENTURY, ARBIB IS RECORDED AS A JEWISH FAMILY NAME IN A KETUBAH FROM TUNIS DATED 3 MARCH 1863, WITH ISAAC, SON OF MARDOCH ARBIB, AND HIS WIFE ANNA,  [ המשך קריאה ]