Bernstein

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Bernstein is a Jewish surname meaning "amber". The German pronunciation is [ˈbɛʁnʃtaɪn], but in English it is often /ˈbɜːrnstn/. Notable people with this surname include:

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Fictional people[edit]

  • Rugal Bernstein, a major villain in the King of Fighters video game series
  • Adelheid Bernstein, the son of Rugal, making a debut appearance in King of Fighters 2003
  • Mr. Bernstein, the business partner of Charles Foster Kane in the 1941 film Citizen Kane
  • Judith Bernstein, pseudonym of the character Janine Butcher in the British soap opera EastEnders

Places[edit]

  • Bernstein im Burgenland, a village near the Austrian-Hungarian border
  • Pełczyce, a town in the Polish West Pomeranian Voivodeship, which was part of Germany until 1945 and is known as Bernstein in German (and Bersztén in Kashubian)

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