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Bischoff
Family name
Pronunciation BISH-off
Meaning bishop;
Region of origin German-speaking area ― Germany, Switzerland, Alsace & Lorraine, United States
Related names Bischoff; Bisschop, Bischop, Bischops (Lowe German/Dutch/Frisian languages), Bishop (English), Episcopius > Biscopus (Latin), Episkopos (Greek), Biscop (Anglo-Saxon), Biskop (Scandinabian), Biskup (Slavic, Scandinabian), Püspök (Hungarian); Romanian: Episcop, Spanish: Obispo, etc.
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Bischof (German: bishop) is a surname, and may refer to:

  • Gustav Bischof, German chemist
  • Hugo Bischof (1882-1971), German politician
  • Norbert Bischof (b.1930), psychologist
  • Peter Bischof (b.1954), German canoeist
  • Werner Bischof (1916-1954), Swiss photographer
  • Mike Bischof (b.1964), American Musician
  • Kerstin Bischof (b.1980), German singer, vocalist of Xandria.

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Up to date as of January 15, 2010

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Contents

German

Etymology

Old High German biscof

Pronunciation

Noun

Bischof m

  1. bishop

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