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Re: origins of the word "barthel"
Posted by: Roger Roberto Barthel Date: October 29, 2001 at 10:43:25
In Reply to: origins of the word "barthel" by Luz Barthel of 180

I discovered this about Barthel. Im studing my genealogy tree that comes from France. Escuse my English.
Roger from Brazil

Bartol is a cognate of Bartholomew, from the medieval given name from Aramaic bar-Talmay (son of Talmay) whose name meant 'having many furrows' in the sense of having much land. Bartlam is an English variation of Bartholomew. Cognates include Bartelmy, Barthelmy, Barthelemy, Berthelemy, Berthelmy , (French); Bartholomieu, Bartomieu, Berthomieu, Bertomieu, Berthome, Berthomier (Provencal); Bartolommeo, Bartolomeo, Bortolomei, Tolomei, Tomme, Tommei, Tolomio, Meo (Italian); Bartolome (Spain); Bartomeu, Bertomeu (Catalan); Bartolomeu (Portugal); Bartholomaus, Bartoloma, Bartolomaus (German); Barthelme, Barthelmes, Meus, Mebius, Mebus,
Mebis, Mobius, Miebes (Low German); Bartolomivis, Mewe, Mewis, Meeus, Mees, Meys, Mebes (Flemish, Dutch); Bartosch (German, Slav origin); Barta, Bartak, Bartos, Barton (Czech); Bartlomiej (Polish); Barta, Bartal (Hungarian). Diminutive forms include Bartlett, Bartleet, Bart, Bartle, Barty, Bartie (English); Berthelemot,
Bertelemot, Bartholin, Bartol, Bartolin, Bertolin, Bartel, Barthelet, Bartelet, Berthel, Barthot, Bartot, Bertot, Berthot, Barthod, Bartod (French); Bartolomeotti, Bartolomucci, Bartolini,Bartoli, Bartalini, Bartali, Bartoletti, Bartaletti, Bartolozzi,Bartalucci, Bartelli, Barocci, Bartolotti, Bortolini, Bortolutti, Bortoluzzi, Tolussi, Tolomelli, Tolumello,Tolotti, Tolossi, Tolussi (Italian); Bart, Barth, BARTHEL, Bartel, Bartl (German); Baert, Bartolijn, Bartoleyn (Flemish, Dutch); Bartke, Bartek, Bachura, Bacha, Bachnik (German, Slav origin); Gartosek, Bartusek, Bartunek (Czech); Bartlomiejczyk, Bartoszek, Bartosik (Polish); Bartok,
Bertok (Hungarian). Patronymic forms also exist in several languages.


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