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Surname Braun

Surname Braun (Brown United States United Kingdom Canada Germany, Braun United States United Kingdom Canada Germany, براون Sudan Yemen Egypt Iraq Algeria, along with others...) , in the world, is an extremely common last name. Surname Braun is characteristic to Guyana, where it is an extremely common surname, Jamaica, and the United Kingdom, where it is a common surname (explore name in all countries). In absolute terms this name is the most popular in the United States, the United Kingdom, and Canada. Much less frequently, Braun is the forename as well as a last name.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Braun

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VARIANTCOUNTRY
Brown, Braun United States, Canada, Germany, United Kingdom
براون Egypt, Algeria, Sudan, Yemen, Iraq
برون Egypt, Sudan, Yemen, Iraq, Iran
Браун Ukraine, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Kazakhstan
ブラウン Japan
בראון Israel

Last names said to be same

Barna, Braune, Braunek, Brauns, Braún, Brūn, Von Braun, บราวน์, and 布朗

Notable namesakes

Braun Hermann (b. 1407) link
Konrad Braun German jurist, Germany (b. 1491) link
Anton Braun roman-catholic bishop (b. 1500) link
Erasmus Braun German sculptor, Germany (b. 1505) link
picture of Nicolaus Braun Nicolaus Braun Nicolaus Braun German physicist, Germany (b. 1558) link
Georg Braun German cleric, canon, dean, Germany (b. 1542) link
Valentin Braun (b. 1550) link
Sixtus Braun (b. 1550) link
Hiernonymus Braun 1566 in Nürnberg - 1620 Also known as: H. B. (b. 1566) link
Bartholomäus Braun (b. 1560) link
Augustin Braun painter, draftsman, printmaker (b. 1570) link
Hieron. Braun (b. 1566) link
Samuel Braun Swiss explorer, CH (b. 1590) link
Barbara Braun (b. 1590) link
Nicolas Braun 17th-century physician (b. 1601) link
Regina Braun (b. 1599) link
Susanne Braun (b. 1600) link
Christophorus Braun (b. 1604) link
Christoph Braun (b. 1611) link
picture of Matthias Braun Matthias Braun Matthias Braun Czech sculptor, Germany (b. 1684) link
Salomon Braun (b. 1639) link
Sebald Braun (b. 1644) link
Johann Georg Braun Braun, Johann Georg b. 26 June 1656, Wertheim d. 17 April 1687, Hanau German poet, writer on music, musician, singer, Germany (b. 1656) link
Lars Braunerskiöld Swedish naval physician, SE (b. 1657) link
Philipp Braun (b. 1654) link
David Braun (b. 1664) link
Reginald Braun Prague dominican, librarian and hagiographer, Habsburg Monarchy (b. 1676) link
Anton Braun German mathematician and mechanic, Germany (b. 1686) link
picture of Heinrich Braun Heinrich Braun Heinrich Braun (b. 1732) link
Joannes Braun (b. 1701) link
Antonín Braun (b. 1709) link
Josef Adam Braun (b. 1712) link
Jean Daniel Braun French composer, France (b. 1728) link
Matthäus Braun German author, Germany (b. 1737) link
E. E. Braun (b. 1728) link
picture of Théodore Braun Théodore Braun Théodore Braun French jurist, France (b. 1805) link
picture of Alexander Braun Alexander Braun Alexander Braun German botanist and university teacher, Königreich Bayern (b. 1805) link
Placidus Braun German historian, Germany (b. 1756) link
picture of Karl Braun Karl Braun Karl Braun German jurist and politician (b. 1807) link
picture of Kaspar Braun Kaspar Braun Kaspar Braun German artist, Königreich Bayern (b. 1807) link
picture of Ferdinand Braun Ferdinand Braun Ferdinand Braun French writer and teacher, France (b. 1812) link
picture of Adolphe Braun Adolphe Braun Adolphe Braun French photographer, France (b. 1812) link
picture of Antoine-Nicolas Braun Antoine-Nicolas Braun Antoine-Nicolas Braun French catholic priest, France (b. 1815) link
picture of Isabella Braun Isabella Braun Isabella Braun German writer, Germany (b. 1815) link
Joseph Braun (b. 1759) link
picture of Carl Braun Carl Braun Carl Braun Austrian obstetrician, Austrian Empire (b. 1822) link
picture of Karl Braun Karl Braun Karl Braun German politician and writer, Germany (b. 1822) link
Ulrica Braun (b. 1765) link
Moritz Braun (b. 1765) link
picture of Peter-Victor Braun Peter-Victor Braun Peter-Victor Braun Catholic priest and founder, France (b. 1825) link
Anton Braun 19th century German organ builder, Germany (b. 1776) link
picture of Gustav Braun Gustav Braun Gustav Braun physician, Austria (b. 1829) link
picture of Auguste Braun Auguste Braun Auguste Braun French soldier and officer, France (b. 1831) link
Gottfried Joseph Braun (b. 1773) link
picture of Louis Braun Louis Braun Louis Braun German artist, Württemberg (b. 1836) link
Carl Braun Swedish composer, SE (b. 1788) link
Rudolf Braun Zwitsers amateurschilder 1788 1857 (b. 1788) link
picture of Rosalie Braun Rosalie Braun Rosalie Braun German writer, Germany (b. 1840) link
Gottlieb Braun (b. 1783) link
Jakob Braun Austrian teacher, Austria (b. 1795) link
picture of Alexandre Braun Alexandre Braun Alexandre Braun Belgian lawyer and politician, Belgium (b. 1847) link
Rudolph Braun (b. 1788) link
Godehard Braun German auxiliary bishop, Germany (b. 1798) link
picture of Émile Braun Émile Braun Émile Braun Belgian politician, Belgium (b. 1849) link
Augustyn Tomasz Braun (b. 1789) link
Fedor Braun Russian architect, Russian Empire (b. 1799) link
picture of Ferdinand Braun Ferdinand Braun Ferdinand Braun German inventor and physicist, Germany (b. 1850) link
Wilhelm Braun Germany (b. 1790) link
Theodor Braun politician and civil servant, Deutsches Reich (b. 1802) link
Julius Braun German politician, Germany (b. 1808) link
Martin Braun organ builder, Germany (b. 1808) link
Katinka Braun (b. 1799) link
Cecile Braun German artist, painter and scientific illustrator, Germany (b. 1809) link
Maksymilian Braun 🇵🇱 (b. 1800) link
picture of Heinrich Braun Heinrich Braun Heinrich Braun German surgeon, Germany (b. 1862) link
picture of Sara Braun Sara Braun Sara Braun Latvian-Chilean businesswoman and entrepreneur, Russian Empire (b. 1862) link
picture of Josef Braun Josef Braun Josef Braun Czech educator and writer (b. 1864) link
Leopold Braun (b. 1805) link
picture of Lily Braun Lily Braun Lily Braun German writer, editor, Germany (b. 1865) link
picture of Benedikt J Braun Benedikt J Braun Benedikt J Braun researcher (b. 1867) link
Paul Braun German jurist, Germany (b. 1820) link
picture of Emil Braun Emil Braun Emil Braun Swiss cellist and music educator, CH (b. 1870) link
Reinhold Braun BRAUN, Reinhold, Deutscher Bund (b. 1821) link
Gottlieb Braun botanist (b. 1821) link
picture of Otto Braun Otto Braun Otto Braun German politician, Germany (b. 1872) link
Blasius Braun organ builder, Germany (b. 1823) link
Hermann Braun German politician, Germany (b. 1824) link
Julius Braun German historian (b. 1825) link
picture of Thomas Braun Thomas Braun Thomas Braun Belgian jurist and lawyer, Belgium (b. 1876) link
Carl-Friedrich Braun swiss politician, CH (b. 1826) link
picture of Oskar Braun Oskar Braun Oskar Braun Austria-Hungary (b. 1867) link
picture of Ma Braun Ma Braun Ma Braun Dutch swimming coach, Kingdom of the Netherlands (b. 1881) link
Theodor Braun German theologian, Germany (b. 1833) link
picture of Max Braun Max Braun Max Braun Olympic tug of war competitor, USA (b. 1883) link
Simon Braun Person male Painter, draughtsman and lithographer printmaker painter/draughtsman German 1834-1875 (b. 1834) link
picture of Felix Braun Felix Braun Felix Braun Austrian writer, Austria (b. 1885) link
picture of Karl Braun Karl Braun Karl Braun German aviator, Germany (b. 1885) link
picture of Hanns Braun Hanns Braun Hanns Braun German athlete, Deutsches Kaiserreich (b. 1886) link
picture of Carl Braun Carl Braun Carl Braun German opera singer, Germany (b. 1886) link
Christoph Braun (b. 1828) link

Characteristic forenames

David, Robert, Thomas, John, Maria, James, Daniel, Richard, Mary, and William