Joffe ("Joffé", Иоффе, "Ioffe", "Yoffe") is a surname. It may refer to the following people:
* Stephen Joffe
* Abraham Z. Joffe, Soviet and then Israeli mycologist
* Abram Fedorovich Ioffe, Russian physicist
* Adolph Joffe (Adolf Joffe), Russian Marxist revolutionary and Soviet politician
* Anastasia GloushkovInna Yoffe, see Synchronized Swimming at the 2004 Summer Olympics
* Charles H. Joffe, American film producer
* Philip Lewis Joffe, 1958- Industrial Artist, Philosopher. Musician, Songwriter, Professional Bum & Disables Hobbyist.
* Emily Yoffe, American journalist
* Joel Joffe, Lord Joffe, British life peer, former head of Oxfam, former lawyer to Nelson Mandela
* Josef Joffe, German and American journalist and international studies scholar
* Mordecai Yoffe, East European rabbi and Judaism scholar
* Nadezhda Joffe, Soviet Trotskyist
* Roland Joffe, British film director

The word Joffe may also refer to:
* Ioffe (crater)
* Ioffe Physico-Technical Institute

See also

* Jaffe

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  • Joffe — Joffe, Joffé, Ioffe oder Yoffe ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Abraham Z. Joffe (1909–2000), israelischer Mykologe und Mykotoxologe Abram Fjodorowitsch Ioffe (1880–1960), sowjetischer Physiker Adolf Abramowitsch Joffe (1883–1927),… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Joffé —   1) [ feː], Jọffe, Iọffe, Abram Fjodorowitsch, sowjetischer Physiker, * Romny (Gouvernement Poltawa) 29. 10. 1880, ✝ Leningrad 14. 10. 1960; Schüler von W. C. Röntgen, ab 1918 Professor in Leningrad, später Direktor des Instituts für… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Joffé — Roland Joffé (* 17. November 1945 in London, England) ist ein französisch britischer Regisseur und Produzent. Joffé studierte Englisch und Dramaturgie in Manchester. Nach Abschluss des Studiums gründete er mit anderen theaterbegeisterten… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Joffe — This very interesting name is Russian Ashkenarsic in origin. It derives from Japhet, itself a patronymic form of Jaffe, and translates as the son of the handsome one . It is also possible that the name is a developed form of Jephthah , described… …   Surnames reference

  • JOFFE, ABRAHAM FEODOROVICH — (1880–1960), Russian physicist. Joffe was born in Romny, Ukraine. Between 1907 and 1913, he conducted intensive research on the quantum theory of light. In 1913 he was appointed professor extraordinary of physics at the Polytechnic Institute, an… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • JOFFE, ADOLPH ABRAMOVICH — (1883–1927), Russian revolutionary and diplomat. Born in Simferopol to a very rich merchant, he studied medicine at the universities of Berlin and Vienna. Joffe joined the Mensheviks in 1903, lived abroad, and was a member of the committee of the …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • JOFFE, ELIEZER LIPA — (1882–1944), Ereẓ Israel pioneer; father of the idea of the moshav ovedim . Joffe was born in Yanovka (Ivanovka), Bessarabia, and in 1902 published a call to young Jews to settle in Ereẓ Israel (in the Hebrew daily, Ha Meliẓ). He went to the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Joffe et associés — Joffe Associés est un cabinet d avocat français de droit des affaires, fondé en 1996 par Christophe Joffe et Philippe Bardet. Son siège social est situé 5 rue de l Alboni, dans le 16ème arrondissement de Paris. Depuis sa création, Joffe Associés… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • JOFFE, JUDAH ACHILLES — (1873–1966), Yiddish philologist. Born in Bakhmut (southern Russia), Joffe excelled from earliest youth in his linguistic abilities. As a musicologist and expert on Slavic languages, he was a contributor to such publications as New International… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • JOFFE, HILLEL — (1864–1936), Ereẓ Israel pioneer, doctor, and specialist in malaria. Born in Bristovka, Ukraine, he was educated at a Russian high school in Berdyansk. Under the influence of his brother in law, the writer M. Ben Ami, he became an adherent of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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