Sachs


Sachs

Sachs is a German surname meaning "man from Saxony" and may refer to:

;Real people:
* Albie Sachs (born 1935), a South African Constitutional Court Justice
* Andrew Sachs (born 1930), a German-British actor
* Bernard Sachs (1858-1944), an American neurologist
* Curt Sachs (also Kurth Sachs, 1881-1959), a music historian
* Eddie Sachs (1927-1964), an American racecar driver
* Evan Sachs (1984-Present), always pulls a pargo
* George Sachs (1896-1961), a Russia-born German and US metallurgist
* "Hans Sachs (disambiguation)"
** Hans Sachs (1494-1576), a German poet
** Hans Sachs (serologist) (1877-1945), a German serologist
* Harvey Sachs (born 1946), an American-Canadian conductor and writer
* Horst Sachs, a German mathematician, an expert in graph theory
* Ignacy Sachs (born 1927), a Polish, naturalized French economist and ecosocioeconomist
* Jeffrey Sachs (born 1954), an American economist
* Julius von Sachs (1832-1897), a German botanist
* Maurice Sachs (1906-1945), a French author
* Mendel Sachs (born 1927), an American physicist
* Nelly Sachs (1891-1970), a German poet
* Rainer Sachs (born 1932), German-born American scientist known for his work in astrophysics and biophysics
* Robin Sachs (born 1951), a British actor
* Wolfgang Sachs, Ph.D., a German researcher and author of books such as "Fair Future", "Environment and Human Rights", and "Jo'burg Memo"; and the editor of the "Development Dictionary"

;Fictional characters:
* Andrea Sachs, created by Lauren Weisberger
* Daniel Sachs, from an online graphic novel "Demonology 101"
* Amelia Sachs, an NYPD police officer in the Lincoln Rhyme series of crime/mystery novels by Jeffery Deaver.

;Companies:
* Goldman Sachs, a bank
* ZF Sachs AG, a company
* Sachs Motorcycles

;Locations:
*Sachs Patera

See also

* Sax, Saxe, Sacks


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  • SACHS (M.) — SACHS MAURICE (1906 ? 1944) Crapule misérable ou archange maléfique, Maurice Sachs laisse sur une époque troublée un témoignage irremplaçable. Les étapes de son itinéraire singulier, on les suit à travers des œuvres autobiographiques, inégales… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Sachs [2] — Sachs, Hans, deutscher Dichter, geb. 5. Nov. 1494 zu Nürnberg, Schuhmacher das., gest. 19. Jan. 1576. Seine durch die Fülle des Inhalts, Mannigfaltigkeit der Formen und glückliche Behandlung ausgezeichneten Dichtungen umfassen: Meistergesänge… …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

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  • Sachs [1] — Sachs, 1) Schärfe, Schneide; 2) Messerklinge, Messer; 3) kleines Schwert; 4) (Herald.), das Inwendige, den großen Federn Entgegengesetzte am Flug, s.d. 1) …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon


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