Eötvös

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Eötvös is an old spelling of the Hungarian word ötvös, meaning "gold- and silversmith".

Eötvös
Family name
Pronunciation Hungarian: [ˈøtvøʃ]
Meaning silversmith, goldsmith, etc.
Region of origin Hungarian-speaking area (primary Hungary)
Language(s) of origin Hungarian
Related names Faber, Fabri, Fabricius; Goldschmidt (German: Goldschmied), Silberschmidt; Polish: Złotnik, Zlotnik (e.g. Asher Zlotnik); Hebrew: צורףtzôrēf, e.g. Joshua Heschel Zoref, Amir Tzoref (he), etc.

Family name[edit]

Eötvös can refer to one of several Hungarian people:

Ötvös[edit]

  • Fülöp Ö. Beck (Hungarian: Beck Ötvös Fülöp; 1873, Pápa - 1945, Budapest), a Hungarian sculptor, medal maker

Otvos[edit]

Other[edit]

Eötvös can also refers to several concepts and a place, all named for Loránd Eötvös: