Wehner

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Wehner
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Origin
Region of origin Middle Germany
Language(s) Middle German
Meaning coachman, or wagon maker
Other names
Variant(s)

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Wehnert, Wahner, Weiner; Wegener, Wegner, Wägener, Wägner (Low German forms); Wagener, Wagner (High German forms), Wagenaar, Waagner; Stellmacher;[1] Wagenmann (Wagemann), Wagenbreth, Wagenführ, Wagenführer, Wagenknecht, Wagschal (= German: Waagschale), Wagenseil, Fuhrmann; Rademacher; Woźnik, Woźniak, Woźnicki; Wagoner, Waggoner, Wainwright, Carter, Cartwright, Wheelwright

Similar formed surnames
Waage, Wagenbach, Wagenhals (Waghals, "daredevil"), Wagenitz (Wagnitz)

Wehner is a surname that refers to:

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