Gierałt coat of arms

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Gierałt
Gierałt Coat of Arms
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Alternative names Cicierza, Gerald, Gieralt, Hosmorog, Osmarog, Osmioróg
Earliest mention 9th century
Towns none
Families 51 names altogether: Bełcznicki, Dobromirski, Dobromyski, Dymieński, Fasciszewski, Fastykowski, Faściszewski, Gerald, Gerlach, Giec, Gieralt, Gierałt, Gierzyński, Ginejt, Gniewek, Jaguczyński, Janikowski, Kentrzyński, Kętrowicz, Kętrzyński, Koczonowski, Kostech, Krzystkowski, Magnus, Mozgawa, Mozgawski, Osmoróg, Ośmioróg, Reszyński, Rosław, Rzeszyński, Siemiechowski, Skrętowski, Słonecki, Surgut, Surkont, Surzycki, Szadziewicz, Timka, Towiański, Wężycki, Wierzchosław, Wieścki, Wiszycki, Wolski, Wrobliski, Wróbliński, Wróbliski, Wyrzycki, Wyżycki, Zemleszczery

Gierałt - 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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