Lutz

Lutz may refer to:

People with the surname Lutz

*Adolfo Lutz, Brazilian physician

*Alois Lutz, Austrian figure skater, for whom the Lutz jump is named
*Al Lutz, American internet journalist
*Berta Lutz, Brazilian scientist and feminist
*Bob Lutz, American tennis player
*Bobby Lutz, American basketball coach
*Carl Lutz, Swiss vice-consul to Hungary during WWII
*Christopher Lutz, German chess grandmaster
*Elizabeth Lutz, French mathematician
*Friedel Lutz, German football player
*Gary Lutz, American writer of poetry and fiction
*George Lutz and Kathy Lutz, basis for the family depicted in "The Amityville Horror"
*Giles A. Lutz, American author of Western novels
*Hans Lutz, German track and road cyclist
*Hartmut Lutz, German professor of Canadian and American Studies
*Jack Lutz, American computer scientist
*John Lutz, American author of mystery novels
*John Lutz (television writer), American television writer and actor
*Mark Lutz, Swiss-born economics professor
*Mark Lutz (actor), American actor
*Meyer Lutz, 19th century German composer
*Otto Lutz, designer of a swing-piston engine
*Robert Lutz, V.P. of General Motors
*Russell Lutz, American science fiction author
*William Lutz, American linguist

People with the forename Lutz

*Lutz Altepost, German flatwater canoer
*Lutz Dombrowski, German track & field athlete
*Lutz Goepel, German politician
*Lutz Graf Schwerin von Krosigk, German politician
*Lutz Rathenow, German dissident writer and poet
*Lutz D. Schmadel, German astronomer

Places

*Lutz, Florida, a small community in the United States
**Old Lutz Elementary School, historic schoolhouse
*Lütz, a municipality in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

Other uses

*Lutz-Jeanselme syndrome, a severe medical condition
*Lutz jump, a figure skating jump
*Lutz Kelker bias, bias applied to measurements of astronomical distance
*Nagell–Lutz theorem, a mathematical theorem


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  • Lutz — Lugar designado por el censo de los Estados Unidos …   Wikipedia Español

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  • Lutz — Lụtz 〈m.; , ; Sp.; Eis , Rollkunstlauf〉 Drehsprung rückwärts mit Landung auf dem anderen Bein [nach dem österr. Eiskunstläufer A. Lutz] * * * Lụtz, der; , [nach dem österr. Kunstläufer A. Lutz (1899–1918)] (Eiskunstlauf, Rollkunstlauf): mit… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • lutz — ● lutz nom masculin (de Lutz, nom d un patineur autrichien) En patinage artistique, saut piqué, l appel se faisant en arrière, la réception également en arrière, sur l autre jambe et sur une courbe opposée à celle du départ. (Le patineur effectue …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Lutz — Lutz, FL U.S. Census Designated Place in Florida Population (2000): 17081 Housing Units (2000): 6596 Land area (2000): 21.470034 sq. miles (55.607130 sq. km) Water area (2000): 2.056305 sq. miles (5.325805 sq. km) Total area (2000): 23.526339 sq …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Lutz, FL — U.S. Census Designated Place in Florida Population (2000): 17081 Housing Units (2000): 6596 Land area (2000): 21.470034 sq. miles (55.607130 sq. km) Water area (2000): 2.056305 sq. miles (5.325805 sq. km) Total area (2000): 23.526339 sq. miles… …   StarDict's U.S. Gazetteer Places

  • Lutz — (Lucius), 1) Samuel, geb. 1674 in Bern, wurde 1703 deutscher Prediger in Yverdon, dann in Amsoldingen u. st. 1750 als Pfarrer zu Dießbach bei Thun; er gehört zu den Repräsentanten des älteren Pietismus in der Schweiz, welche bes. gegen die… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • lutz — type of skating jump, 1932, from the name Alois Lutz, an obscure Austrian skater of the 1920s [James R. Hines, Historical Dictionary of Figure Skating, 2011], who is said to have first performed it in 1913 …   Etymology dictionary

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