Gąska coat of arms

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Gąska
Gąska Coat of Arms
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Alternative names Budzisz, Paparona
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Families Budziłowicz, Budzisz, Budziszewski, Budźko, Budźco, Bujnowski, Burych, Chodowski, Choduski, Chołodowski, Dawibiński, Galin, Gorliszewski, Gąska, Hanaszewski, Jachlicki, Jaczyc, Jarogłowski, Kałuwur, Kamionomojski, Nienidzki, Niewodzki, Papara, Parpura, Parzniewski, Parzniowski, Pstrokoński, Rawil, Rzekioki, Rzekocki, Szydłowski, Wadoracki, Wodziniecki, Wojudcki, Wuydzyn

Gąska - is a Polish coat of arms. It was used by several szlachta families in the times of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

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