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Some of the most common last names that are unforgettable are Graf, Einstein, Becker, Kahn, Klose, Ballack, Bach, and so on. In Germany, last names, or surnames are usually referred to as Nachname, and each of them have been derived either from the person’s profession, or on the basis of the person’s physical characteristics. Here are a few interesting facts about German surnames.What are the most popular boy names in Germany?
The name is a German and Scandinavian variation of Elisabeth ... in 2007 and Remy has since continued to become more and more popular, becoming the most popular boys on-screen moniker of the last two decades on our list.