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Klemperer is a family name of Yiddish origin. The writer and philologist Victor Klemperer writes in LTI - Notebook of a Philologist (Chapter XII, "Punctuation") that "Klemperer" originally meant the "knocker" in the Eastern Jewish community, the community servant who in the morning at the doors of the pious knocks to remind her of her early prayer.

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