Schmied

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Schmied
Origin
Language(s)German
Meaningsmith
Other names
Variant(s)Schmidt, Schmiedt,[1] Schmitt, Schmitz

Schmied is a surname of German origin[1]. Its meaning is derived from the German word Schmied, which is a smith (of tin, gold, silver, or other metal). Common variants are Schmidt, Schmitt, and Schmitz.[2]

People[edit]

  • Wieland der Schmied ("Wieland the Smith"), a draft by Richard Wagner for an opera libretto based on the Germanic legend
  • Uli Schmied (born 1947), a German rower
  • Kenneth Allen Schmied (1911–1973), a Republican, served as Mayor of Louisville, Kentucky
  • Kurt Schmied (1926–2007), a goalkeeper for First Vienna FC and Austria national football team

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