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The Hebrew name always was, and still is, “X son of Y” where Y is the Hebrew name of the father.
Prior to the adoption of surname, Jews used nicknames or sobriquets to distinguish among those in the same community who carried the same given name.
Some of those in our database use that spelling, although they originally were probably just Amdur. The suffixes -sky and -er both mean “from.” Amdursky and Amdurer mean “from Amdur.” The town that Jews called Amdur is Indura (53'27"N / 23'53"E), a small town southeast of Grodno near the western border of Belarus (refer to the page tab above called Amdur Europe for maps).
Prior to that time, Jews had just secular (Yiddish) and sacred (Hebrew) names.
It's contents have been put together based on information supplied by members of the Amdur family 'olumi'.
Its purpose is to give us a history, roots, and to allow all of us a sense of belonging. Please add to it by forwarding missing or corrected information, stories you heard from your grandparents about the old countries, and most important - photos, both of your generation as well as of those no longer with us.
This Web site has been designed to share all of that information.
We hope that Amdurs everywhere will find their families here and will add information to it, in the process enriching everyone’s knowledge.
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As far as we know, no one assumed the last name of Amdur while still living in Indua.