Jastrow may refer to:As a surname it may refer to:
Kozak is a Slavic surname literally meaning Cossack. Notable people with the surname include:
Konopka is a Polish surname. People with this name include:
Wladimiro may refer to:
Ernst Degner
Ernst Degner (born Ernst Eugen Wotzlawek on 22 September 1931 in Gleiwitz, Upper Silesia, Germany - died 10 September 1983 in Arona, Tenerife, Spain) was a German Grand Prix motorcycle road racer. Deg...
Nowotny is the German spelling of the common Czech surname Novotný, also widespread in Austria and Germany.People with this surname include:
Minkowski or Mińkowski (Polish feminine: Minkowska, Mińkowska; plural: Minkowscy, Mińkowscy), (Hebrew: מינקובסקי‎, Russian: Минковский) is a surname. It may refer to:
Hermann Kulke
Hermann Kulke (born 1938 in Berlin) is a German Historian and Indologist, who was Professor of the South and Southeast Asian History at the Department of History, Kiel University (1988-2003). After r...
Morawetz may refer to:
Slavic surnames
A family name (in Western contexts often referred to as a surname or last name) is typically a part of a person's personal name which, according to law or custom, is passed or given to children from o...
Claudia Kristofics-Binder
Claudia Kristofics-Binder (born 5 October 1961) is an Austrian former figure skater. She is a two-time World bronze medalist (1981, 1982) and the 1982 European champion. She represented Austria at the...
Polack (surname)
Polak, aka Polack, Poláček or Pollack is a surname common in Germany, Denmark, the Czech Republic, and the United States. One of its meanings may be Polish man. It may refer to:
Poliakoff is a surname, and may refer to:
Rabinowitz (also Rabinowicz) (רבינוביץ), is a Polish Ashkenazi Jewish surname, Slavic for "son of the rabbi". The Russian equivalents are Rabinovich or Rabinovitch.It may refer to:
Petrovsky (masculine), Petrovskaya (feminine), or Petrovskoye (neuter) may refer to:
Polak is the Polish noun for a Pole. It is also a surname - notable people with the surname Polak include:
Pollak is a surname, and may refer to:
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Haugwitz (Graf von Haugwitz, Czech: (Czech branch) Haugvicové z Biskupic) is a Meissen-origin nobility and refers to:
Haugwitz - Wikipedia
Malkovich (Ukrainian: Малкович) is a family name of Slavic origin. Notable people with the surname include:
Malkovich - Wikipedia
Pasternak or Pasternack (Russian: Пастернак: Russian, means Parsnip (Pastinaca sativa Linn.)). Notable people with the last name "Pasternak" include:
Laura Pasternack, American brain surgeon
Pasternak - Wikipedia
Balabanov (Balaban, Balabanoff, Ballabon, etc.) and their derivatives (-ovs, -ich, etc.) are common last names in Serbia, Bulgaria, Ukraine and Russia.
Balabanov - Wikipedia
Levitzki or Levitsky (Ukrainian: Левицький Łevyćkyj, Russian: Левицкий Levickij, Polish: Lewicki, Hebrew: לויצקי‎) is a surname, which is derived from the Hebrew name Levi meaning "j...
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Volkov (surname)
Volkov (Russian: Волков), or Volkova (feminine; Волкова) is a common Russian last name, which is derived from the word volk (волк, or wolf), and may refer to:
Josipović is a Croatian surname, and may refer to:
Vengerov (Russian: Венге́ров):