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Breyer Meaning and Origin

Breyer is a boy’s name meaning “a person who made and sold ale or beer, to break” and is of English and German origin. The name Breyer is derived from the Old High German word “brehhan,” which means “to break” or “to fracture.” It can also be associated with the German word “brechen,” which carries the same meaning. Breyer has its roots in Germanic languages and is likely to have been used as a surname before it became a given name. Surnames often originated from occupations, nicknames, or characteristics associated with a particular individual or family. The name Breyer was not among the most popular names in the United States. Famous People Named Breyer: Stephen Breyer: Stephen Breyer is an American jurist and an associate justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. Breyer is a distinctive and uncommon name with a strong Germanic heritage. 

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