Is there Jewish surnames ?
For a very long time, the Jews did not have any family name and were referred to by their father's given name
Jews have been sometimes referred to by the name of the country, the province, the city, the village or the hamlet they come from..
A few words about kinnuim (plural of kinnui), a very interesting Jewish peculiarity.
The use of alternative names by Jewish families
There are relatively few specifically Jewish trade names which became surnames.
Surnames arbitrarily given.
A few books and websites to go further
Décret de 1808 concernant les noms de famille des Juifs.
The database of Avotaynu contains a huge number of names
Our member Peter STEIN built a table of correspondence between different given names
Equivalence of Jewish given names in Alsace, Switzerland and Bade
Recherche sur le patronyme ARON et ses variantes dans plusieurs sources