Garmash (or Harmash in Ukrainian, Belarusian), (Cyrillic: Гармаш) — is a Ruthenian (Ukrainian and Belarusian) last name derived from the word гармата (Ukr., Bel. harmáta, "gun, cannon"). It was originally the name given to Cossack gunners (artillerymen) as well as gunsmiths (cannon founders) at the Zaporozhian Sich.
A possible alternative origin is the Prussian word Garme (Gorme), “heat, warm”. Cf. Skr. ghṛṇa, Gk. thermos (θερμός), Av. garəma, O.Pers.garmapada, Pers. garme, Phryg. germe, Thrac. germas, Arm. jerm, O.Pruss. goro, Lith. garas, Ltv. gars, Russ. žar, O.Ir. fogeir, Welsh gori, Alb. zjarr, Kashmiri germi, garū'm.
- Oleksandr Andriyovych Harmash (1890–June 1940) (Ukrainian: Олександр Андрійович Гармаш) - the Ukrainian soviet scientist in the field of technology of construction operations, professor of the Dnipropetrovsk Building Institute.
- Serhiy Leonidovych Harmash (Ukrainian: Сергій Леонідович Гармаш Russian: Серге́й Леонидович Гармаш) (b. September 1, 1958, Kherson, Ukraine) is a Russian film and stage actor.
- Tatiana Garmash-Roffe (In Russian Татьяна Гармаш-Роффе) born November 4, 1959 in Moscow, Russia author of detective stories, who also published under the pseudonym Tatiana Svetlova.
- Denys Harmash, footballer
- Ukrainian Soviet Encyclopedia: in 17 vol. – Vol.2. – 1978. – P. 484.
- BAZISKAS PRÛSISKAI–MASKÔWITISKAS WIRDEÎNS PER TALAISIN LAKSIKIS REKREACIÔNIN (SEMBAS DIALAKTS). - P. 81, 292.
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