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Lapidus (including its variant spellings) is:

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  • a surname which derived from the Latin word lapideus, meaning 'made of stone'; 'stony', also from the Latin lapis meaning 'stone'. It could also be derived from the Latin adjective lepidus meaning pleasant or charming. A branch of the Roman gens Aemilia was cognominated Lepidus. Marcus Aemilius Lepidus was a member of the Second Triumvirate, with Octavius (later Caesar Augustus) and Marcus Antonius.
  • a surname which perhaps has a Bible origin and going back to the book of Judges 4,4: "Now Deborah, a prophetess, the wife of Lapidoth, was judging Israel at that time", and hence probably derived from lapidot, the Hebrew word for torches, yet is not exclusive to one religion or nationality.
  • People

  • Adam I. Lapidus (born 1963), American television writer
  • Azary Lapidus (born 1958), Russian civil engineer
  • Ira M. Lapidus (born 1937), American historian, author and educator
  • Jens Lapidus (born 1974), Swedish lawyer and author
  • Jay Lapidus (born 1959), American tennis player
  • Kirill Lapidus (born 1991), Russian footballer
  • Leon Lapidus (1924–1977), American chemist
  • Mark Lapidus (born 1995), Estonian chess player
  • Morris Lapidus (1902–2001), American architect
  • Ted Lapidus (1929–2008), French fashion designer
  • Isaac Lapidus (IMMI) (1991–), Latino Songwriter and Artist
  • In popular culture

    There is a character named Frank Lapidus, a pilot played by Jeff Fahey, on the ABC television show Lost.

    There is also a character named Merc Lapidus, a producer played by John Pankow, on the television show Episodes.

    References

    Lapidus Wikipedia


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