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Buder Surname - General Considerations, Etymology

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Update: Buder Surname - General Considerations, Etymology

Posted: 12 Feb 2005 4:09AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 16 Aug 2005 10:57AM GMT
Surnames: Buder, Butter, Putter, Pudter
In my 2002 posting I assumed at least three different roots of the Buder surname, among them the Slavic "bud-".
This last assumpion is supported by the German surnames database http://ahnenforschung.net/cgi-bin/mdbase/mdb.cgi?db=nachname...
saying that the surname Buder is derived from the North and Eastern Sorbian profession name "budar" meaning "owner of a "Bude" (hut, dwelling). Sorbian is a Western Slavic language spoken in Upper and Lower Lusatia in the German Länder of Saxony and Brandenburg.
On another note: my e-mail address has changed, see above.
Karl
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
irresberger 3 Sep 2002 12:19PM GMT 
K_Irresberger 12 Feb 2005 11:09AM GMT 
K_Irresberger 16 Aug 2005 4:46PM GMT 
jbuetter 15 Jul 2009 7:04AM GMT 
K_Irresberger 8 Aug 2009 5:41PM GMT 
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