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Surname Fisker

Cognomen Fisker (Fisker Denmark China United States Greenland) , all around the world, is quite a rare family name. Last name Fisker is characteristic to Greenland, where it is quite a common surname, Denmark, and Sweden, where it is a rare surname. In absolute terms it commonest in Denmark, China, and the United States.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Fisker

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Fisker United States, China, Denmark, Greenland

Notable namesakes

Lorentz Fisker Danish judge, Denmark (b. 1684) link
picture of Lorentz Fisker Lorentz Fisker Lorentz Fisker Danish Admiral, Denmark (b. 1753) link
Henrik Fisker Denmark (b. 1720) link
Lorentz Fisker Norway (b. 1731) link
Hans Fisker Denmark (b. 1793) link
picture of Kay Fisker Kay Fisker Kay Fisker Danish architect, Denmark (b. 1893) link
Peder Andersen Fisker Danish entrepreneur, Denmark (b. 1875) link
N.P. Fisker Denmark (b. 1886) link
Annie Fisker Denmark (b. 1898) link
picture of Henrik Fisker Henrik Fisker Henrik Fisker Danish automobile designer, Denmark (b. 1963) link
Robert Fisker Danish writer, Denmark (b. 1913) link
picture of Sisse Fisker Sisse Fisker Sisse Fisker Danish journalist, Denmark (b. 1976) link
picture of Marie Fisker Marie Fisker Marie Fisker Danish musician, Denmark link
Jens Peter Fisker Danish politician, Denmark (b. 1930) link
Morian Hansen Danish speedway rider, Denmark (b. 1905) link
picture of Kasper Fisker Kasper Fisker Kasper Fisker Danish footballer, Denmark (b. 1988) link
Knud Erik Fisker Danish football referee, Denmark (b. 1960) link
Jesper Fisker Denmark (b. 1960) link
John Bull Fisker Denmark (b. 1964) link
Ane Baerent Fisker researcher link
Eli Fisker researcher link
Geeta Gupta-Fisker CFO of car manufacturer Fisker link
Annette Fisker researcher link
Pernille Fisker Danish handball player, Denmark (b. 1982) link
Michael Fisker Danish association football player, Denmark (b. 1989) link
Maria Fisker Danish handball player, Denmark (b. 1990) link

Characteristic forenames

Anders, Sofie, Orathai, Emil, Christina, Jens, Mette, Peter, Henrik, and Mathias