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    Mizrahi and Cohen are the most common jewish surnames in my town.


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    Quote Originally Posted by alfieb View Post
    Where I live, any German-sounding name is automatically assumed to be Jewish.
    LOL@NEW YORK CITY.


    Here in the west, German surnames dominate along with the Anglo.

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    Russian surnames and names that starts with "Lev" or "Lew".

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    Salom, Cansino, Bassat, Barjuan, Benarroch, Maim...these are Jewish surnames.

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    Cohen, Levy, Askenazi, Elia.

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    every surname who ends with ''vic'' or ''ic''

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    Here, it is mostly arabic-, berber- and spanish-derived besides the usual hebrew ones. There are also the usual german names.

    French surnames are rare and are often restricted to names of cities (from southern France) with old and major jewish communities like Narbonne, Avignon...

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    We don't have any jewish surnames here.

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    Well to start some info about our local jews lol, there's some 10-15K jews in Morocco and more than 1.5M outside Morocco, mostly in Israel, the US, UK, Canada and France.
    they share almost the same surnames with Moroccans (Non-Jews) here some surnames:

    Levy, Cohen, Sepharty, Fassy"from Fez", Castillio "from Castillia", Azulay"Blue eyed", Toledano, Tlemceny, Tounsy, Azuelo, Ankri, Benon, Skaly"Sicilian", Ezerzer, Himi, Haco, Wizgan, Zafrany and name starting by Ben like Ben Aim, Ben Aksas, Ben Davis ...

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    Many Jews in my area have changed their surnames.

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