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Kirschenbaum is a German surname of Lutheran or Ashkenazic origin meaning "cherry tree", written Kirschbaum in modern German (Kirschen means "cherries"; Baum means "tree"). It is uncommon as a given name.
An orthographic variation of the name is Kirshenbaum.
People named Kirschenbaum or Kirshenbaum include:
- Alan Kirschenbaum, American television producer and writer
- Binnie Kirshenbaum, American novelist and short story writer
- Evan Kirshenbaum, for whom an ASCII-IPA system is named
- Faina Kirschenbaum, Israeli politician
- Gayle Kirschenbaum, American film and television producer
- Marc Kirschenbaum, American origami artist
- Moti Kirschenbaum, Israeli media personality and documentarian
- Richard Kirshenbaum, American advertising executive and author
- Susan Kirshenbaum, American television writer
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