Kramer


Kramer

Kramer in English, a surname, is commonly pronounced [IPA|'kɹeɪ.mə(ɹ)] , and is from the German surname Krämer or Dutch Surname Kramer , pronounced [IPA|ˈkʁɛː.mɐ] or [IPA|ˈkʁeː.mɐ] .

The name derived from the old German appellation "krâmer" for the profession of travelling merchants in the Late Middle Ages, the meaning later changed to "merchants trading with different, rather small things".

People with this name

* Alexander Kramer, New Zealand visual effects artist
* Billy J. Kramer (1943–), British merseybeat singer
* Burton Kramer (1932–), Canadian graphic designer and artist
* Charles Kramer, (20th century), American economist, spy for the Soviet Union in the 1940s
* Christina Kramer, (contemporary), U o T Professor of Slavic and Balkan languages
* Clare Kramer (1974–), American actress
* David Kramer South African singer ("Bakgat", "Klassic Kramer" and other albums)
* Clifford Kramer Multimillionaire / retired athletic trainer - Cleveland
* Eddie Kramer (contemporary), audio engineer and producer, worked with musical groups such as The Beatles, The Rolling Stones
* Edward E. Kramer (1961–), American editor and author of science fiction, fantasy, and horror works
* Eiling Kramer (1914–1999), Canadian Politician
* Erik Kramer (1964–), Former NFL & CFL quarterback
* Gorni Kramer (1913–1995), Italian songwriter, musician, and band leader
* Felix Kramer, CalCars founder.
* Heinrich Kramer a.k.a Heinrich Institor (c. 1430–1505), Alsatian churchman and inquisitor
* Hilton Kramer (1928–), art critic
* Jack Kramer (tennis player) (John Albert Kramer) (1921–), American champion tennis player
* Jerry Kramer (1936–), American professional football player
* Joey Kramer (1950–), American musician with the group Aerosmith
* Josef Kramer (1906–1945), German commander of Bergen-Belsen concentration camp
* Kenny Kramer (contemporary), real-life model for the character of Cosmo Kramer in the sitcom Seinfeld
* Kent Kramer (1944–), American professional football player
* Larry Kramer (1935–), American dramatist, author and gay rights activist
* Dame Leonie Kramer, (1924–) Australian academic and commentator
* Mark Kramer (1958–), American musician, producer and founder of the record label Shimmy Disc, known professionally as Kramer
* Martin Kramer (1954–), American author on Islam and Arab politics
* Max Kramer (20th century), German scientist, developed Ruhrstahl X-4 missile (1943-1945)
* Michiel Kramer, Dutch footballer
* Peter D. Kramer (contemporary), American psychiatrist and author
* Philip Taylor Kramer (1952–1995), American physicist and musician with the group Iron Butterfly
* Samuel Noah Kramer (1897 - 1990), historian
* Stanley Kramer (1913–2001), American movie director and producer
* Susan Kramer (1950–), English politician, Liberal Democrat Member of Parliament
* Sven Kramer (1986–), Dutch speed skater
* Stepfanie Kramer (1956–), American actress and singer
* Tommy Kramer, former American football quarterback
* Wayne Kramer (contemporary), American musician with the group MC5
* Wolfgang Kramer, German game designer

Fictional people

* Cosmo Kramer, a character in the television series "Seinfeld"
* John Kramer, a fictional character in the "Saw" film series.
* Tromp Kramer, Afrikaner Detective in James McClure's "Kramer and Zondi" novels

Places

* Kramer, North Dakota, USA
* Kramer, Indiana, USA

Others

* Kramer of New York (1943–1980) Jewellery company based in New York City
* "Kramer vs. Kramer", 1979 American film, Academy Award winner for Best Picture
* "Shelley v. Kraemer" (334 U.S. 1) (1948), important United States Supreme Court civil rights case
* Kramer Guitars, Kramer Musical Instruments, an American guitar company

ee also

* Krämer (Kraemer)
* Cramer
* Kremer, Cremer


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