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Jürgens is a German surname.

Origin and meaning

The patronymic name is derived from the given name Jürgen.

Variants

  • Juergens, Jürgensen, Jürgenson
  • in Danish, Norwegian: Jørgensen

Name bearer

  • André Jürgens (* 1977), German basketball official and referee
  • Andrea Jürgens (1967-2017), German singer
  • Andreas Jürgens (* 1956), German politician (The Greens)
  • Anton Jürgens (painter) (1823-1883), also: Anton Daniel Jürgens, German decorative and court coat of arms painter
  • Carl Heinrich Jürgens (1801-1860), German Lutheran theologian, editor, publicist and politician
  • Christian Jürgens (physician) (* 1951), German surgeon
  • Christian Jürgens (chef) (* 1968), German chef
  • Cornelia Jürgens (* 1955), German politician from GAL-Hamburg
  • Curd Jürgens (1915-1982), German actor
  • Delia Jürgens (* 1986), German artist
  • Edward Jürgens (1824-1863), Warsaw merchant, January insurgent
  • Eiko Jürgens (* 1949), full professor at the University of Bielefeld
  • Elmar Jürgens (* 1954), German football player
  • Ernst Jürgens (* before 1952), German director, media scientist and university lecturer
  • Erwin Jürgens (1895-1974), German politician (DP, later CDU)
  • Franz Jürgens (1895-1945), resistance fighter
  • Franz-Heinrich Jürgens (1924-1989), German politician (SPD)
  • Friedrich Jürgens (1825-1903), German gardener and bank director
  • Fritz Jürgens (1888-1915), German composer
  • Georg Heinrich Bernhard Jürgens (1771-1846), German algae scientist
  • Georg Müller-Jürgens (1883-1971), German lawyer, mayor of Jever and senior church councillor
  • Gerd Jürgens (* 1949), German developmental biologist, Director at the Max Planck Institute for Developmental Biology
  • Gerda-Maria Jürgens (1917-1998), German popular actress
  • Gertrud Jürgens, German chess player
  • Grethe Jürgens (1899-1981), German painter
  • Günter Jürgens (* 1928), German administrative lawyer
  • Hanna Jürgens (* 1976), German actress
  • Hans-Joachim Jürgens (* 1972), German subject didactician
  • Hans Peter Jürgens (1924-2018), German captain, marine painter and author
  • Hans Wilhelm Jürgens (* 1932), German anthropologist
  • Hartmut Jürgens (1955-2017), German mathematician and philanthropist
  • Heinrich Jürgens (1924-2006), German politician (FDP)
  • Helmut Jürgens (1902-1963), German stage and costume designer
  • Heribert Jürgens (* 1949), German pediatrician and oncologist
  • Hermann Jürgens (1847-1916), German Jesuit, Archbishop of Bombay
  • Hermann Jürgens (painter) (1914-1967), German painter and graphic artist
  • Hildegard Jürgens (* 1953), German politician (SPD)
  • Jenny Jürgens (* 1967), German actress
  • Jens Jürgens, pseudonym of Karl Weinländer (1870-1946), German teacher as well as anti-Semitic and conspiracy-theorist publicist
  • Jesper Jürgens (* 1987), German comic artist and pop singer
  • Johann Jürgens (* 1985), German actor and musician
  • Johann Wilhelm Jürgens (1848-1906), German painter
  • John Jürgens (* 1964), German actor and DJ
  • Jürgen Jürgens (politician), German politician, mayor of Neustadt Hildesheim
  • Jürgen Jürgens (conductor) (1925-1994), German choirmaster and conductor
  • Jürgen Jürgens (presenter) (1952-2018), German radio presenter
  • Kai U. Jürgens (* 1966), German publicist and illustrator
  • Kerstin Jürgens (* 1970), German sociologist
  • Klaus-Peter Jürgens (1933-2006), former District Administrator of the Hochtaunuskreis (CDU)
  • Liis Jürgens (* 1983), Estonian composer
  • Ludwig Jürgens (1893-1966), German writer
  • Malte Jürgens (* 1954), German motoring journalist
  • Manfred W. Jürgens (* 1956), German painter
  • Marcus Jürgens (* 1973), German singer and member of the rock band Pump
  • Martin Jürgens (* 1944), German writer
  • Norbert Jürgens (* 1953), German biologist and professor for biodiversity, evolution and ecology of plants
  • Otto Jürgens (archivist) (1862-1929), German archivist and librarian
  • Otto Jürgens (pastor) (1895-1979), German pastor
  • Paul Jürgens (1864-1927), German librarian
  • Peer Jürgens (* 1980), German politician (Die Linke)
  • Peter Jürgens (* 1969), German DJ and music producer
  • Renate Jürgens-Pieper (* 1951), German politician (The Greens, SPD)
  • Rudolf Jürgens (physician) (1898-1961), German physician and pathfinder
  • Rudolf Jürgens (mathematician) (1900-1937), German mathematician, physicist and university lecturer
  • Rudolph Jürgens (1850-1930), horticultural engineer, landscape gardener and merchant
  • Sonja Jürgens (* 1978), German politician (SPD)
  • Stefan Jürgens (* 1963), German actor and cabaret artist
  • Stefan Jürgens (theologian) (* 1968), German Roman Catholic author, clergyman and theologian
  • Steffen Jürgens (actor) (* 1967), German actor
  • Steffen Jürgens (singer) (* 1968), German pop singer
  • Udo Jürgens (civil name Udo Jürgen Bockelmann, 1934-2014), an Austrian singer and composer
  • Ulrich Jürgens (* 1962), German geographer
  • Vera Jürgens (* 1969 as Wera Pejtschewa), German-Bulgarian chess grandmaster and book author
  • Volker Jürgens (1936-2013), Lutheran theologian, regional superintendent
  • Voodoo Jürgens (civil name David Öllerer, born 1983), Austrian singer-songwriter
  • Wilhelm Jürgens (1892-1963), German politician (SPD)