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Mandel is a surname that occurs in multiple cultures and languages. It is a Dutch, German and Jewish surname, meaning "almond", from the Middle High German and Middle Dutch mandel.[1] Mandel can be a locational surname, from places called Mandel, such as Mandel, Germany.[1] Mandel may also be a Dutch surname, from the Middle Dutch mandele, meaning a number of sheaves of harvested wheat.[1]

Notable people with the surname include:

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  1. ^ a b c Dictionary of American Family Names. "Mandel Family History", Oxford University Press, 2013. Retrieved on 18 January 2016.