An Ethnically-Patrilineal and/or -Matrilineal Jew who believes that the historical Jesus
of Nazareth (Yeshua
HaNotzri) is the Messiah and that the New Testament is a part of TaNaKH(i.e., Torah
, Nevi'im, Ketuvim, Hadashah-- literally "New" or "News").
An Ashkenazic Jewish and Slavic surname, "Czernikowski" (pronounced "T'sh-er-nee-kov-skee") is a name related to "Black" ("Czarny" or "Czarna") or a place name (e.g., "Czarnia" for the Czarna or Czarnia River in Northeastern Poland).
Unfortunately, a number of Holocaust victims bore the name "Czernikowski" (according to YadVashem.org). The Czernikowski family often cited by Yad Vashem seems to come from the Lodz and Kielce, Poland regions (among other places).
Figurative for a hard-driven person with a mean streak.
An infamous nun in the Seton Keough community in Baltimore County, Maryland was actually called "Hell on Wheels"-- because of her name (Sister Helen Mercedes, which was obviously to pun) and her reputation for cruelty toward students at Seton Keough High School (which was two separate schools while "Hell on Wheels" was there).