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Sanz

The Sanz (or Tsanz) Hasidic dynasty was founded by Rabbi Chaim Halberstam (1793–1876) who was the rabbi of Nowy Sącz (Sanz, ) and the author of the work Divrei Chaim by which name he is known as well. He was a son-in-law of Rabbi Boruch Frankel Thumim (1760–1828), the rabbi of Lipník nad Bečvou ( Leipnik) and author of the work Boruch Taam.

Sanz (disambiguation)

Sanz is a Hasidic Judaism dynasty. Sanz may also refer to:

  • Nowy Sącz or Sanz, a town in Poland
  • Sanz (Hof I, III, IV, V, VI, VII), part of Groß Kiesow, Germany
  • Sanz (surname)
  • Kiryat Sanz (disambiguation)

Sanz (surname)

Sanz is a Spanish surname that may refer to

  • Ainara Sanz (born 1995), Spanish professional racing cyclist
  • Aitor Sanz (born 1984), Spanish professional footballer
  • Alejandro Sanz (born 1968), Spanish pop musician
  • Ángel Sanz Briz (1910–1980), Spanish diplomat
  • Antonio Sanz (born 1968), Spanish lawyer and politician
  • Carlos Sanz, American actor
  • Cayetano Escudero Sanz, Spanish politician
  • Enrique Sanz (born 1989), Spanish professional cyclist
  • Ernesto Sanz (born 1956), Argentine politician
  • Fernando Sanz (1881–1925), French cyclist
  • Fernando Sanz (born 1974), Spanish footballer
  • Francisco Sanz, Spanish actor
  • Francisco Sanz Fernández (born 1952), Spanish politician
  • Gaël Sanz (born 1977), French football defender
  • Gaspar Sanz (1640–1710), Spanish composer and priest
  • Henri Sanz (born 1963), French rugby union player
  • Horatio Sanz (born 1969), Chilean-born American actor and comedian
  • Ignacio Sanz (born 1955), Spanish Olympic judoka
  • Jacobo Sanz Ovejero (born 1983), Spanish footballer
  • Javier Sanz (born 1953), Spanish sprint canoer
  • Jenna Sanz-Agero, American singer
  • Jesús María Sanz-Serna (born 1953), Spanish mathematician
  • Jorge Sanz (born 1969), Spanish actor
  • Jorge Sanz (basketball) (born 1993), Spanish basketball player
  • José Antonio de Artigas Sanz (1887–?), Spanish engineer
  • Laia Sanz (born 1985), Spanish sportswoman
  • Lorenzo Sanz (born 1943), Spanish businessman
  • Mariano Sanz (born 1989), Spanish footballer
  • Marta Sanz (born 1967), Spanish writer
  • Marta Sanz-Solé (born 1952), Catalan mathematician
  • Miguel Sanz (born 1952), Spanish politician
  • Miguel José Sanz (1756–1814), Venezuelan lawyer and journalist
  • Miguel Sanz, Spanish politician, President of the autonomous community of Navarre
  • Paul L. Oostburg Sanz (born 1969), United States General Counsel of the Navy
  • Pedro Sanz Alonso (born 1953), Spanish politician
  • Peter Sanz (1680–1747), Catalan Dominican friar
  • Rita Sanz-Agero (born 1991), modern pentathlete from Guatemala
  • Rocío Sanz Quirós (1934–1993), Costa Rican composer
  • Rubén Sanz (born 1980), Spanish professional footballer
  • Salvador López Sanz (1924–2009), Spanish politician
  • Santiago Sanz, Paralympic athlete from Spain
  • Victor Sanz (born 1973), American country music artist
  • Vidal Francisco Soberón Sanz (born 1953), admiral of the Mexican Navy

Usage examples of "sanz".

Sans Sanz and the Balanjo and, of course, the Bar Americain, where girls can be paid to keep you company.