How to pronounce Bratcher?

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Pronunciation of Bratcher in Desoto, TX, United States of America

Bratcher is pronounced as: Phonetic Spelling:[ b r ae t ch er ]
b r ae t ch er
bat rat at to chin hurt


Type of Name:

Last Name

Origin:

Likely a variation of a Saxon of Bavarian

Alternate Spelling(s):

Numerous

Meaning:

Uncertain

Additional Information:

Bratcher is most commonly found in the United States. However, there are numerous Welsh and Australians with that same last name. Most family lore indicates the name is German but it is apparent that no German records of a name with that spelling can be found to originate from Germany. Various alternative spellings are known and could be the precursor of this name. There are some indications the name could be of English origin thus the possible Saxon connection. It is interesting to note that the English origin theory indicates the name is geographical relating to broken soil or the break in a wall or hedge. The name’s spelling is similar to the modern German word for break, Bruch. Conceivably the name may derive from a now extinct dialect of German.


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Pronunciation of Bratcher

Brat'cher (ch is proununced as in "cherry")



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Pronunciation of Bratcher in Desoto, TX, United States of America

brat-cher



Type of Name:

Last Name

Origin:

Likely a variation of a Saxon of Bavarian

Alternate Spelling(s):

Numerous

Meaning:

Uncertain

Additional Information:

Bratcher is most commonly found in the United States. However, there are numerous Welsh and Australians with that same last name. Most family lore indicates the name is German but it is apparent that no German records of a name with that spelling can be found to originate from Germany. Various alternative spellings are known and could be the precursor of this name. There are some indications the name could be of English origin thus the possible Saxon connection. It is interesting to note that the English origin theory indicates the name is geographical relating to broken soil or the break in a wall or hedge. The name’s spelling is similar to the modern German word for break, Bruch. Conceivably the name may derive from a now extinct dialect of German.


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