The roots of the distinguished German surname Fluck lie in the former duchy of Swabia. The name derives from the Middle High German word "vlicken," meaning "to patch," and was most likely originally borne by someone who patched shoes or fabric.
The surname Fluck was first found in the duchy of Swabia. Martin Fluekk was one of the earliest recorded bearers of the name, residing in the city of Überlingen in 1294. The young Fluck family was instrumental during this early period, playing an important role in the development of the region's society.
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