Statistics and meaning of name Vierheller

Usage: 2% firstname, 98% surname.
Vierheller first name was found 6 times in 1 different countries. (USA)
Surname Vierheller is used at least 229 times in at least 5 countries.

      Surname Vierheller
Given names
Werner Vierheller (5)
Peter Vierheller (3)
Andreas Vierheller (3)
Willi Vierheller (3)
Sabine Vierheller (2)
Irene Vierheller (2)
Heinz Vierheller (2)
Margot Vierheller (2)
Kurt Vierheller (2)
Frank Vierheller (2)
Christian Vierheller (2)
Bernhard Vierheller (2)
Waltraut Vierheller (1)
Maria Vierheller (1)
Monika Vierheller (1)
Paul Vierheller (1)
Norman Vierheller (1)
Wilfried Vierheller (1)
Leonarda Vierheller (1)
Manfred Vierheller (1)
Marga Vierheller (1)
Wolfgang Vierheller (1)
Margarete Vierheller (1)
Reiner Vierheller (1)
Siegfried Vierheller (1)
Ursula Vierheller (1)
Ute Vierheller (1)
Vanessa Vierheller (1)
Sebastian Vierheller (1)
Sascha Vierheller (1)
Reinhard Vierheller (1)
Reinhold Vierheller (1)
Rudolf Vierheller (1)
Walter Vierheller (1)
Volker Vierheller (1)
Iris Vierheller (1)
Dietmar Vierheller (1)
Dieter Vierheller (1)
Edgar Vierheller (1)
Engelbert Vierheller (1)
Erna Vierheller (1)
Erhard Vierheller (1)
Christiane Vierheller (1)
Birgit Vierheller (1)
Marie Vierheller (1)
Jordan Vierheller (1)
Mireille Vierheller (1)
Anja Vierheller (1)
Anna Vierheller (1)
Georg Vierheller (1)
Gerd Vierheller (1)
Herbert Vierheller (1)
Helmut Vierheller (1)
Hermann Vierheller (1)
Cindy Vierheller (1)
Jakob Vierheller (1)
Irmgard Vierheller (1)
Heinrich Vierheller (1)
Heiko Vierheller (1)
Gunter Vierheller (1)
Gerhard Vierheller (1)
Gustav Vierheller (1)
Hedi Vierheller (1)
Heike Vierheller (1)
Klaus Vierheller (1)

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Vierheller reversed is Rellehreiv
Name contains 10 letters - 40.00% vowels and 60.00% consonants.

Anagrams: Rhivleerle Rilveeherl Hlervelrie Rreveihell Rheverilel Elelevrihr
Misspells: Vielheller Vierrheller Vyerheller Bierheller Vjerheller Veerheller Vierhellera Veirheller Vierhellre Vierhelelr

Rhymes: Geller Heller Keller Mueller Rockefeller Teller Weller seller cellar cerebellar stellar feller

Meaning of this name is unknown.

Georg Vierheller says: The name 'Vierheller' has it's origin in the today called 'Vogelsberg' mountain in the German Land of 'Hesse'. It refers to the 4 Helgen brothers who governed the Land of Hesse in opposition to Bonifatius and the conquest by Charles the Great who put the Germans into bondage by forcing them to tithe to the Roman-Catholic Church. 'Helg' means 'holy man' ('heilig' in German).From this word the word 'Heliant' was derived which became 'Heiland' in German, which is the German word for Saviour, Jesus. 'Vier' means 4 in German. The 4 Helgen (holy men) were early Christians, they had been christianized by Irish monks, who had been brought to this region by the Frankonian Queen Brunichilde after the year 600.This was an early Christian free church. Brunichilde had been an Arian Christian visegothic princess, married to the most powerful man at that time, the Frankonian King Siegbert I. The pope was strongly opposed to her because she had allowed the Christian Frankonian people to celebrate the Easter holidays together with the Jews. After the murder of Brunhilde (A.D.613) the rulers of Hesse, family offsprings of the 'Staufer' which had come the Hesse with the early Merowingans tried to separate themselves from the Frankonian Kingdom which had been usurpated by the Roman-Catholic Church by then. (Centuries later another branch of the 'Staufer' became Emperors of the Holy Roman Empire of the German Nation.The last (Hohen)Staufer was decapitated 1268 in Italy. This comes from disobedience with the interests of the Vatican.) This wish of independance of the Vier Helgen in Hesse ended in the year 777 (The Catholics claim it was 778 but nobody knows exactly because even Catholic records about these incidents were written decades after the battles.) in the double battle of Laisa and Battenfeld (at Mountbatten near the small town of 'Frankenberg' today.) when last free Christian resistance tried to survive in alliance with the pagan Saxonians. Afterwards the surviving remnants of the 4 Helgen lived in their holy place, the highest peak of the Vogelsberg mountain in the village of Breungeshain. Once they had been rulers of the Land of Hesse and the place which is the city of Frankfurt today. There is a district of Frankfurt called Preungesheim. There are hints that the names of the 2 places (Breungeshain+Preungesheim) refer to the Frankonian Queen Brunichilde who had founded them. (Brun,Breun and Preun mean 'brown' in ancient German dialects) The first document about Preungesheim says that the 'Huswert' gave Preungesheim as a gift to the Catholic Church. The Catholics probably wrote the title deed themselves like they often did. According to the accent of the city of Frankfurt 'Huswert' means 'Hauswirt' which means ’landlord' or ’ house owner' in modern English. Who had been the unnamed landlord of the city which is called Frankfurt today ? After the defeat of the 4 Helgen the Catholic Church claimed that those early Christians were the devils themselves, like they did everywhere were they destroyed non-catholic Christian communities. Roman-Catholics claimed to have to drive the devil out of these early Christian churches.They didn't accept other baptizm than Roman-Catholic baptizm. So they forced these already baptized Christians to be baptized by Roman-Catholics again. The Vatican Catholic Inquisition of today, the so-called Congregation of the Doctrine of the Faith still considers the Vierhellers as offsprings of the devil. Like the pope is the deputy of God on earth, the Vierheller is the deputy of the devil on earth. Why is all this hatred against the poor devil Vierheller ? The Roman-Catholic church wants to present Bonifatius, (Livetime ~673 - ~755, who lived decades in Fulda in the Land of Hesse) as 'the Apostel of the Germans'. Fact is that even according Roman-Catholic records Christian faith had already spread in Hesse before Bonifatius. All he brought to Hesse afterwards was forcing Christians to pay the tithe to the Roman-Catholic church, which consequently put the people into bondage for Roman-Catholozism. This was the root of all wealth of the Roman-Catholic church, the root of all evil.

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