Prno negro vs kanibal
Anyway, this site give an alternative meaning to Ahhnahld's moniker--not Schwartze Negger, but Schwartzen Egger, i.e. I think I can confirm the "black plowman" interpretation. I remember hearing him translate the name on the Arsenio Hall Show (hey, I was young). In your comment about "negger" in "Schwartzenegger" you state: "'Negger' with two Gs doesn't seem to have any meaning in standard German, so it seems extremely likely to be a dialect form of 'Neger', especially with 'Schwarze' before it.etc., etc." Subsequent postings then suggested the "egger" meaning, which seems logical, and with which you concurred.(Perhaps not absolutely redundant: I was about to write "as if there were any other kind", but I suppose the name would exclude albinos of sub-Saharan African ancestry.) So how did the visibly white Mr. From his father, presumably, who got it from his father, who got it from his father, and so on.
Terry Oglesby of Possumblog gives a link showing that the name is not Schwarze-Negger, with a mysterious extra G, but Schwarzen-Egger, "black plowman". "black bone") Katzenellenbogen seems to be a Jewish surname (to be precise, the people bearing it are presumed to be Jewish in Russia, Ukraine or Kazakhstan), and, as most Jewish surnames, must have been artificially created.
Of course the name has nothing to do with pimples, just dark hair. giving the "Black Plowman" definition on Letterman a long time back, prompting this exchange: Letterman: "Do the Kennedys mind having a... Only in the 19th century was it replaced with "negr" -- "Negro" or "black".
Sorry to be such an idiot--I didn't mean to post this to the entry above, but, well, you know... Interestingly, Gannibal's (second) wife and Pushkin's great-grandmom was a German lady, ne von Schoeberg, so the national poet was also one-eighth German.
'Negger' with two Gs doesn't seem to have any meaning in standard German, so it seems extremely likely to be a dialect form of 'Neger', especially with 'Schwarze' before it.
In sum, it looks as if 'Schwarzenegger' is redundantly emphatic and means 'black Negro'.