Liebmann


Liebmann
Recorded in several spellings including Leverman, Liberman, Liebmann, Liepmann, Lipman, Lipmann, Lippman and Lipmanovicz, this is an English, German, Polish, and sometimes Jewish surname of German origins. It is derives from the pre 8th century word and baptismal given name "Lieb" or "Lib" meaning good or beloved, plus the suffix "man or mann" which in this context means friend or servant of Lieb. The words lieb and lib are to be found in both ancient German and Hebrew, making it even more difficult to decide the precise origin. The first recording of the surname in any spelling is that of Conrad Liepmann, in the charters of the town of Vaihengen, Germany, in the year 1394, making it one of the earliest of German surname reordings.Later examples taken from the authentic registers of the relevant period include Anna Justina Lipman, the daughter of Michael Lipman, baptised at Dresden, on November 19th 1661, Anna Elizabeth Liebmann, recorded at Leipzig, on August 8th 1700, and Carl Gottfrid Lippmen, also of Dresden, recorded there on November 22nd 1801.Surnames were first recorded from the 13th century in most European countries, although record keeping varied greatly from good in England to rare and erratic in Poland. Given that before the 20th century local dialects in most countries were very "strong" and that education standards were low, this often resulted in the spelling of the surname being subjected to continual change, even within the same family.

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  • Liebmann — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Albert Liebmann (1865–1924), deutscher Arzt und Spezialist für Sprachstörungen Curt Liebmann (1881 1960), deutscher General der Infanterie Frederik Michael Liebmann (1813–1856), dänischer Botaniker… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Liebmann — is a surname that may refer to:* Barry Liebmann, comedy writer for MAD Magazine * Frederik Michael Liebmann, Danish botanist * Helen Liebmann, British cellist, member of Penguin Cafe Orchestra * Otto Liebmann, German philosopher * Steve Liebmann …   Wikipedia

  • Liebmann — Liebmann,   1) Irina, Schriftstellerin, * Moskau 1943; kam mit den Eltern, deutsche Emigranten, 1945 nach Berlin (Ost), war nach Sinologiestudium Redakteurin, siedelte 1988 nach Berlin (West) über. Liebmann begann mit literarischen Reportagen… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Liebmann — Liebmann, Otto, philosoph. Schriftsteller, geb. 25. Febr. 1840 zu Löwenberg in Schlesien, studierte in Jena, Leipzig und Halle, wurde 1866 Privatdozent der Philosophie in Tübingen, 1872 ordentlicher Professor an der Universität Straßburg, 1882 an …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Liebmann — Liebmann, Otto, Philosoph, geb. 25. Febr. 1840 zu Löwenberg, 1872 Prof. in Straßburg, 1882 in Jena; schrieb: »Analysis der Wirklichkeit« (3. Aufl. 1900) u.a …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Liebmann — Porté en Alsace, c est un nom composé (Mann = homme) formé sur Lieb, nom pour lequel deux interprétations sont possibles : soit l adjectif allemand lieb (= aimé, aimable), soit une forme courte des noms de personnes Liebrecht ou Gottlieb (voir… …   Noms de famille

  • Liebmann — Erweiterung von Lieb mit dem Suffix mann …   Wörterbuch der deutschen familiennamen

  • Liebmann — Hört up Liefmann1! Kennt gy nit de grote Konig Bosan? – Pistor., III, 10. 1) Buhler, Courtisan. Lat.: Abstine amator, annon magnum regem Basanum nosti? …   Deutsches Sprichwörter-Lexikon

  • LIEBMANN, ESTHER SCHULHOFF AARON (c. 1645–1714) and JOST — (Judah Berlin; c. 1640–1701), Court Jews in Berlin. Esther Schulhoff, born in Prague, first married Israel Aaron (d. 1673), Brandenburg court supplier and founder of the Berlin Jewish community. Jost Liebmann s first wife, Malka, was the niece of …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • LIEBMANN, OTTO — (1840–1912), German philosopher. Liebmann, who was born in Loewenberg, Silesia, was appointed lecturer at Tuebingen in 1865, in 1872 professor at Strasbourg, and in 1882 professor at Jena. In 1870–71 he was in the Prussian army at the siege of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism


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