Meaning and Origin of: Kohlmann

Family name origins & meanings

  • German and Jewish Ashkenazic : from a compound Middle High German kol ‘coal’, German Kohle or kōl, German Kohl ‘cabbage’ + Middle High German man, German Mann ‘man’, hence an occupational name for a coal miner or for a cabbage farmer.
  • German (Austria) : from the personal name Koloman, which was borne by an 11th century saint.