Statistics and meaning of name Jaeschke

Usage: 3% firstname, 97% surname.
Jaeschke first name was found 12 times in 2 different countries. (USA,Germany)
Surname Jaeschke is used at least 336 times in at least 13 countries.
Name written with Chinese letters: 耶施克 (pinyin: yé shī kè)

      Surname Jaeschke
Given names
Bogumil Jaeschke (3)
Sabina Jaeschke (2)
Julie Jaeschke (2)
Konstantin Jaeschke (2)
Kristian Jaeschke (2)
Helen Jaeschke (2)
Danuta Jaeschke (2)
Zygmunt Jaeschke (2)
Magdalena Jaeschke (2)
Telesfor Jaeschke (2)
Andrzej Jaeschke (2)
Elzbieta Jaeschke (1)
Pawel Jaeschke (1)
Ryszard Jaeschke (1)
Grzegorz Jaeschke (1)
Erik Jaeschke (1)
Sofie Jaeschke (1)
Hans Jaeschke (1)
Georg Jaeschke (1)
Irene Jaeschke (1)
Louise Jaeschke (1)
Kajsa Jaeschke (1)
Gunilla Jaeschke (1)
Christina Jaeschke (1)
Darlene Jaeschke (1)
Herbert Jaeschke (1)
Katharina Jaeschke (1)
Paul Jaeschke (1)
Helena Jaeschke (1)
Benedict Jaeschke (1)
Walter Jaeschke (1)
William Jaeschke (1)
Alexandra Jaeschke (1)
Philip Jaeschke (1)
Theresa Jaeschke (1)
Ingo Jaeschke (1)
Jeannette Jaeschke (1)
Joanna Jaeschke (1)
Baubetreuung Jaeschke (1)
Manfred Jaeschke (1)
Valerie Jaeschke (1)
Dominique Jaeschke (1)
Nicolas Jaeschke (1)
Adam Jaeschke (1)

Family names
Jaeschke Walter (1)

Surname Jaeschke in Poland   Surname Jaeschke in USA   

Jaeschke reversed is Ekhcseaj
Name contains 8 letters - 37.50% vowels and 62.50% consonants.

Anagrams: Kajeshec
Misspells: Joeschke Jaesschke Iaeschke Jaeschkea Jeaschke Jaeschek Jaesckhe

Rhymes: desk burlesque grotesque arabesque statuesque

Meaning of this name is unknown.

Christoph Jaeschke says: several possibilities for origin. Jeschke, Jäsche,frequent slavonic/German abbreviation for Johannes (i.e.John). Early examples: 1372 Liegnitz, Silesia: Jesco Beme (i.e. from Bohemia); Matthes Jeschke 1420 in Breslau. It could perhaps also be a place name which people took with them,see Silesian place name Jeschkendorf. There is a mountain range separating Bohemia and Silesia called Jaeschkengebirge in German. Jeschek in Czech means hedgehog, and the mountainrange overgrown with pines perhaps resembled a hedgehog. See: Bahlow, Hans: Deutsches Namenlexikon. Bindlach 1993

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Writers: A. Jaeschke, Barbara Jaeschke, Wolfgang Jaeschke, Walter Jaeschke, Anne Jaeschke, Rex Jaeschke, H. A. Jaeschke, Brian S. Jaeschke

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