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  • Dora Reisel Dewora Affenkraut (1884 - aft.1942)
    Eintrag im »Gedenkbuch« des Bundesarchivs: Affenkraut, Dora Reisel Dewora geb. Ungar geboren am 31. Oktober 1884 in Wiznitz (rum. Vinjita)/Bukowina wohnhaft in Leipzig EMIGRATION 14. Ju...
  • Miriam Ungar (Halberstam ch.#2) (deceased)
    Miriam was the 2nd daughter of R'Chaim Halberstam, ADMOR of Sanz
  • Nathanael Ungar (1763 - 1843)
    Nethanael Ungar settled in Bonn in 1793. Records as to where he was born vary, but agree that it was in Moravia. He lived at no 793 1/2 Judengasse, a house he shared with Manasse Moises. By 1808 he and...
  • Otto Ungar (1901 - 1945)
    Painter in Theresienstadt:

About the Ungar surname

There are several tribes all over the world called ungar,for example ava-ungara - related to ba'abu-ungera - ,niungar abo and dzhu-ungar,and the similarity between them may be their descendance from Awar-Ak-ha-Ma'ala,ancestor of maur that is méd nation now partly called magyar (modyor),and of his sons Ar-Ran-Ma ,and Aba-ya-na-ha for the yabaana.

Ar-ran-ma,ancestor of márranos and in them of king David had three sons : A-mag-red-sa , Eg-re-kara and Wam-mawa-na.

Khalkha mongol tribe and their relatives also linguistically closely related to banthus speaking a later variation of his arawak language may come from the first one,of whom A'al-a-wan-ma-lek-ke ,brother-in-law of A-Neg-ra-Mawa from the city of A-Bawa-te-Lag-Hamma descended,while Dzhu son of Shaokhang is chinese name from Awahayaddaha,their general ancestor and that of all tribes now called in english for example after his name jew.

This is also the origin of bulagat (bulgar) and sar'dtuul tribes.

Anegramawa herself may have been member of hiagás nation if mongollo and kateathoy tribes in South-America are indeed related to each other in their origins and they are an offspring of Awarakhama'ala's uncle called A'ash-Ag-Haya-Ra and of his son At-te-Ka-yar-Ga having spoken perhaps yukagir / kirgiz language,that of Kogyryo state.

Jews and christians read their names Yerakhme'el,Ram,Buna,Maats,Akar,Yamin,Elimelek,Naomi,Beytlekhem,Yehudah,Ashkhur andTekoa.

See Csángó,Magyar,Unger !

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