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Jellinek is a Germanized variant of the Czech name Jelinek meaning "little deer" (diminutive of jelen). When used as a kinnui, it refers to the Biblical allusion to Naphtali. Notable people with the surname include:
- Adolf Jellinek (1821 – 1893), an Austrian rabbi and scholar.
- E. Morton Jellinek (1890 – 1963) a psychologist and researcher into alcoholism
- Georg Jellinek (1851 – 1911), philosopher
- George Jellinek (1919 – 2010), broadcaster, expert in classical music, especially vocal
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