For Paffrath-Pfeuffer there are 2 on Yasni with different names.
Among the most common last names on Yasni Paffrath-Pfeuffer is on position 4680.
According to my guesses are in the Middle High German the way to High German "soft" shifted to "Paff" two terms are set. The first syllable of "Puff" is probably the same phonetically but its content terms of "Puff" -> Pabb -> Pabba -> dad -> Pabst (-> Pope, Greek for geistl. father, English for Pabst) -> Pfaff - > priest point, all in the role of Father. Christian monks called and call themselves "fathers" and left and let them call themselves, in contradiction to the teachings of Jesus, which expressly forbade it. In this sense the aim of the first syllable of "Puff" in the sense of spiritual father to the second syllable name "RATH". They, too, was the way to High German moved too soft -> rad (e) -> rod (s) -> grub - grubbing.> Paffrath, Popenroth, Popp Roth, Pfaffenrod, Pfaff Rath, Papenrade to call in this sense, probably all the places where early Christians to Missionaries monk, hermit monks and monastery founders for their settlement, a forest area cleared and where people have settled the people called such an area then transferred High German "Pfaff grubbing." Theodor Alexander Paff Trautner
(Sent from: Paffrath Trautner)
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