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Müller



The miller (Der Müller), the surname is derived from the profession, craft. The miller means owner of the mill, or one that works on grinding. The miller is one that produces flour or peels wheat, corn, oats, barley, groats, rice, producing selected for the preparation of sweets and for the fermentation of beer (Grütze) grains. In the middle ages, in every village there was at least one mill (Mühle). Consequently, he, Müller, is known throughout Germany.
Mill, Latin Molinu and Mühle, the Old High German [i]; The mill is the mill (machinery) for grinding grain; Is the machine to shred certain substances such as p. former. to grind coffee.


Mill (Mühle)


Mill, Latin Molinu and Mühle, the Old High German [i]; The mill is the mill (machinery) for grinding grain; Is the machine to shred certain substances such as p. former. to grind coffee.


Variations of the Surname

    Müller = originating the High German spoken in the west (area of Augsburg) in Swabia. In low-German, the Moeller, Möller forms as originally also Müllner (frequent form in Vienna), (Dutch: Molenaer, English: Miller, Italian: Molinari); Central Central Latin: Molinarius; the old High German: Mulinari, the High Middle German; Mulnaere, the average West German and Muellner way, the old High German; Mulinari the High Middle German; Central Mulnaere variation of Latin, and the Molendinarius, Moeldener, Mueldner, Mildener forms; molinarius;

    Muellner name appears on the list of trade Marburger in 1691: Stieler "Muellner". Older documents are still forms without n. Nicolaus Hogenmolner, dating from the year 1377, in Greifswald. One of the earliest references to this name is the knight Conrad v. Husen, called "Mueller", ie approximately around 1282, in Swabia, where this noble, owned a mill.

    There are numerous compositions to determine the place or type of mill, more specifically. Such as: Obermüller, Riedmüller, Windmüller, Stegmüller, Teichmüller, Bachmüller, Holzmüller.
Frequency

    The frequency of the surname is due to the numerous mills and existing urban middle age villages. The Surname Müller is the most frequent in the German language. More than 320,000 people having this name and its various spellings, according to a survey conducted in 1996, in Germany. Moreover, there are still about 40,000 on the compositions of this surname. (see: List of the most frequent German surnames).


Frequency


    The frequency of the surname is due to the numerous mills and existing urban middle age villages. The Surname Müller is the most frequent in the German language. More than 320,000 people having this name and its various spellings, according to a survey conducted in 1996, in Germany. Moreover, there are still about 40,000 on the compositions of this surname. (see: List of the most frequent German surnames).



 
 
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