Flach Family History
Flach Name Meaning
German: nickname (especially in the Silesian-Bohemian area) from Czech Vlach ‘foreigner’ denoting specifically someone who spoke a Romance language in particular an Italian (see Vlach ). German: topographic name for someone living in flat terrain from a variant of Middle Low German vlak ‘flat’ or a nickname for a person with an even voice or plain in appearance. German: metonymic occupational name for a blacksmith from Middle High German vlach ‘smooth straight’. Czech: nickname for a person plain in appearance from Middle High German vlach flach ‘smooth flat’.
Source: Dictionary of American Family Names 2nd edition, 2022