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  • proper n. A German family surname, a modern form of the surname "Gogreve".


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The name originates from German, Lower-Saxony. Until now, the oldest document with the name Gogreve comes out of the year 1172: Luithewicus and his brother, priest Thomas, in Medebach. The name derives from the title Gaugraf magistrate.


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