Głowacki

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Głowacki, Glovatsky, Hlovatskyi, Golovatsky, or Holovatskyi is a surname derived from golva (Slavic for "head"). Its Ukrainian and Belarusian forms are generally transcribed beginning with an 'H' but may also be written with a 'G'.

Language Masculine Feminine Plural
Polish Głowacki
([ɡwɔˈvat͡ski])
Głowacka
([ɡwɔˈvat͡ska])
Głowaccy
([ɡwɔˈvat͡st͡sɨ])
Belarusian
(Romanization)
Галавацкі
(Halavacki, Halavatski)
Главацкі
(Hlavacki, Hlavatski)
Галавацкая
(Halavackaja, Halavatskaya, Halavatskaia)
Главацкая
(Hlavackaja, Hlavatskaya, Hlavatskaia)
Russian
(Romanization)
Головацкий
(Golovatsky, Golovatskiy, Golovatskij)
Гловацкий
(Glovatsky, Glovatskiy, Glovatskij)
Головацкая
(Golovatskaya, Golovatskaia, Golovatskaja)
Гловацкая
(Glovatskaya, Glovatskaia, Glovatskaja)
Ukrainian
(Romanization)
Головацький
(Holovatskyi, Holovatskyy, Holovatskyj)
Гловацький
(Hlovatskyi, Hlovatskyy, Hlovatskyj)
Головацька
(Holovatska)
Гловацька
(Hlovatska)

People[edit]

Notable people with the surname include:

Belgian Drunk

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