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Seligmann (sometimes Seligman) is a German word meaning "blessed man." It may refer to:
- Arthur Seligman (1873–1933), an American businessman and politician
- Charles Gabriel Seligman (1873–1940), a British anthropologist
- Chris Seligman, a keyboardist in Canadian band Stars
- Edgar Seligman, a British 2-time Olympic fencing champion
- Edwin Robert Anderson Seligman (1861–1939), an American economist
- George Seligman (born 1927), American mathematician
- Germain Seligman (1893–1978) French-born American art dealer based in New York
- Isaac Seligman, (1834–1928), a German-American merchant banker and philanthropist
- Jacques Seligmann (1858–1923), an antiquarian and art dealer active in Paris and New York
- Joel Seligman, the tenth president of the University of Rochester
- Johann Michael Seligmann (1720–1762), German artist and engraver
- Joseph Seligman (born Seligmann) (1819–80), a German-American banker, founder of J. & W. Seligman & Co.
- Kurt Seligmann (1900–1961), a Swiss painter, writer
- Matthew Seligman (born 1955), is an English bassist who took part in the New Wave scene in the 1970s and the 1980s.
- Martin Seligman (born 1942), an American psychologist and author, father of modern positive psychology movement
- Reade Seligmann, a student involved in 2006 Duke University lacrosse case
- Scott Seligman (born 1951), American real estate developer and bank founder
- Walter Herbert (conductor), ne Seligmann, American conductor
- Werner Seligmann (1930–98), architect, urban designer, and educator
- Kurt Lothar Seligman PH.D (1922-201), Holocaust Survivor, Chemist, and Inventor
- Seligman Crystal, an award of the International Glaciological Society
- J. & W. Seligman & Co., investment bank founded in 1862
- Jacques Seligmann & Company, French and American company dealing in antiques and modern art
- M. Seligman & Co., Israeli law firm
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