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Grażyna [ɡraˈʐɨna] is a Polish feminine given name. The name was created by the Polish poet Adam Mickiewicz for the main character of his 1823 poem Grażyna. The name is derived from the Lithuanian adjective gražus, meaning "pretty", "beautiful".[1]

Diminutives/hypocoristics include Grasia, Grazia, Grażynka, Grażka, Grażusia.

In Polish tradition, the name days for Grażyna are April 1[1] and July 26.[2]

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  1. ^ a b April 1, a name day for Grażyna (in Polish)
  2. ^ July 26, a name day for Grażyna (in Polish)