Harold H. Katz, MD
Katz is a common German Ashkenazi surname. Graduate Faculty Philosophy Journal 6: Pontificia, , S. Russell Jacoby , "Marcuse and the New Academics: Verlag Andreas Achenbach, , 75 p. Fredric Jameson , "Herbert Marcuse:
It contained a page oral history of the making of the film, the most extensive series of interviews yet conducted on Harold and Maude. Colin Higgins later adapted the story into a stage play. A French adaptation for television, translated and written by Jean-Claude Carrière , appeared in Higgins expressed interest in about both a sequel and prequel to Harold and Maude. Higgins also imagined a prequel showing Maude's life before Harold, Grover and Maude had Maude learning how to steal cars from Grover Muldoon, the character portrayed by Richard Pryor in Higgins' film Silver Streak.
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Well-child visit Checkup of child's growth and development. Katz is a common German Ashkenazi surname. Germans with the last name Katz may originate in the Rhine River region of Germany , where the Katz Castle is located. The name of the castle does not derive from Katze , "cat", but from Katzenelnbogen , going back to Latin Cattimelibocus , consisting of the ancient Germanic tribal names of the Chatti and Melibokus. Where it is a Jewish surname , Katz is an abbreviation Hebrew: It has been used since the seventeenth century, or perhaps somewhat earlier, as an epithet of the descendants of Aaron.
The collocation is most likely derived from Melchizedek "king of righteousness" , who is called "the priest kohen of the most high God" Genesis xiv. The use of the abbreviated and Germanicized Katz likely coincided with the imposition of German names on Jews in Germany in the 18th or 19th centuries.