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Re: the origin of Rosner
Posted by: Willard Rosener (ID *****5634) Date: May 22, 2006 at 20:05:32
In Reply to: the origin of Rosner by Dianna of 50

Many people told me that it means "of Roses", but I found a more logical origin is from the old German word "hros" which means horse. Rosner could derive from having an occupation involving horses.


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