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-'''Schaefer''' is an alternative spelling and [[Wikipedia:Cognate|cognate]] for the [[Wikipedia:German language|German word]] "Schäfer", meaning , which itself descends from the [[Wikipedia:Old High German|Old High German]] .+'''Schaefer''' is an alternative spelling and [[Wikipedia:Cognate|cognate]] for the [[Wikipedia:German language|German word]] "Schäfer", meaning [http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/shepherd shepherd], which itself descends from the [[Wikipedia:Old High German|Old High German]] .
"Shaefer", "Schäfer" (a standardized spelling in many German-speaking countries after 1880), the additional alternative spelling "Schäffer", and the [[Wikipedia:Anglicisation|anglicised]] forms "Schaefer", "Schaeffer", "Schaffer", "Shafer", and "Shaffer" are all in common use as [[Wikipedia:Surname|surname]]s. "Shaefer", "Schäfer" (a standardized spelling in many German-speaking countries after 1880), the additional alternative spelling "Schäffer", and the [[Wikipedia:Anglicisation|anglicised]] forms "Schaefer", "Schaeffer", "Schaffer", "Shafer", and "Shaffer" are all in common use as [[Wikipedia:Surname|surname]]s.

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Schaefer is an alternative spelling and cognate for the German word "Schäfer", meaning shepherd, which itself descends from the Old High German .

"Shaefer", "Schäfer" (a standardized spelling in many German-speaking countries after 1880), the additional alternative spelling "Schäffer", and the anglicised forms "Schaefer", "Schaeffer", "Schaffer", "Shafer", and "Shaffer" are all in common use as surnames.