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Surname Fiszer

Cognomen Fiszer (Fischer Germany United States Switzerland Austria Brazil, Fiszer Germany United States Brazil France Canada, Фишер Russia Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Belarus) , worldwide, is a very common last name. Cognomen Fiszer is characteristic to Western Europe, particularly Switzerland, where it is a common surname, Germany, and Austria (explore name in all countries). In absolute terms the name is most common in Germany, the United States, and Switzerland.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Fiszer

Nomographic illustration
Fischer United States, Brazil, Switzerland, Germany, Austria
Fiszer United States, Canada, Brazil, France, Germany
Фишер Kyrgyzstan, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Russia

Last names said to be same


Notable namesakes

picture of Franciszek Fiszer Franciszek Fiszer Franciszek Fiszer Polish philosopher, 🇵🇱 (b. 1860) link
picture of Aleksander Fiszer Aleksander Fiszer Aleksander Fiszer (b. 1897) link
picture of Ksawery Fiszer Ksawery Fiszer Ksawery Fiszer (b. 1900) link
Stanisław Fiszer Polish architect, 🇵🇱 (b. 1898) link
Józef Fiszer 🇵🇱 (b. 1925) link
Stanislas Fiszer French/Polish architect, France (b. 1935) link
Włodzimierz Fiszer (b. 1930) link
picture of Konstanty Fiszer Konstanty Fiszer Konstanty Fiszer link
picture of Lotan Fiszer Lotan Fiszer Lotan Fiszer (b. 1990) link
Ewa Mańkowska Polish poet, 🇵🇱 (b. 1926) link
Michał Fiszer Officer of the Polish Army (b. 1962) link
Urszula Fiszer researcher link
Agnieszka Fiszer Polish researcher, 🇵🇱 link
Jakub Fiszer Polish actor, 🇵🇱 link
Ruwa Fiszer holocaust victim, birth date unknown link
Maciej Fiszer (b. 1976) link
Karol Ludwik Fiszer Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth link
Oton Fiszer link

Characteristic forenames

Anna, Karolina, Agnieszka, Tomasz, Victor, Patryk, Magdalena, Katarzyna, and Paweł