Variant of "Yeshua" or "Yushke" used in Hebrew- or Yiddish-speaking and other Jewish communities. Sometimes derogatory, "Yeshu" is usually just used by Non-Messianic Jews who just don't know better.
The derogatory use of "Yeshu" is an acronym to refer specifically to the Messianic Jewish
) and historical figure Yeshua
in terms of "Yemach shemo
uv'zichrono"-- literally, "May his name and memory be wiped out."
Slavic and especially-Ashkenazic Jewish surname. Variant of "Anderson" or "Andrews".
In 1906, a Buzhanka, Zvenigorodka, Kiev (now Buzhanka, Cherkas'ka Oblast)-based Jew named Vilgelm Andrulevich (Wilgelm Andrulewicz) voted in the Duma elections. His voting record for 1906 appears on JewishGen.org and Ancestry.com.
A Hispanic and Jewish last name, such as folk singer Joan Baez has. An infamous bearer of the "Baez" surname is an unethical and immoral Puerto-Rican New Yorker named Jose "Juanie Cochran" Baez; who shamed the Hispanic, New Yorker (including Hispanic New Yorker), and legal and law-enforcement communities by conspiring to perjure and witness tamper in order to help acquit a infantocidal sociopath named Casey Marie Anthony.
"Look; at least that guy wasn't a Jose Baez-- so you can't down the legal system completely. Cochran, Baez-- who cares? At least he recused himself from representing Levi Aron when he knew that he murdered Leiby Kletzky."