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Lützel ( Middle High German lützel , lützelig = small, little) refers to localities and flowing waters as well as a part of the mountains in Germany:

Lützel or French Lucelle means in France and Switzerland:

  • Lützel (river) , Lützel river, French Lucelle, in the French-Swiss border region
  • Lützel Abbey, Lützel (or Grosslützel) abbey located on this river, French Lucelle, Haut-Rhin department, France
  • Two settlements on the former landmarks of this monastery:
    • Lucelle (Haut-Rhin) , municipality of Lucelle, German Lützel, Haut-Rhin department, France
    • Lucelle JU , district of Lucelle, German Lützel, municipality of Pleigne, Swiss canton of Jura
  • Kleinlützel , also on the Lützel municipality Kleinlützel, French Petit-Lucelle, Swiss canton Solothurn

Lützel is the family name of the following people:

  • Jakob Heinrich Lützel (1823–1899), German composer, choir director, elementary school teacher and organist
  • Karl Lützel (1859–1929), German master baker and member of the Reichstag

See also:

Wiktionary: lützel  - explanations of meanings, word origins, synonyms, translations