Grabowski

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Grabowski, Grabovsky, Grabauskas, Hraboŭski, or Hrabovskyi is a surname with forms in various languages. The Belarusian and Ukrainian variants are generally transcribed beginning with an 'h' but may also be written with a 'g'.

Grabowski is the 20th most common surname in Poland (59,052 people in 2009).[1]

Language Masculine Feminine Plural
Polish Grabowski
([ɡraˈbɔfski])
Grabowska
([ɡraˈbɔfska])
Grabowscy
([ɡraˈbɔfst͡sɨ])
Belarusian
(Romanization)
Грабоўскі
(Hraboŭski, Grabouski)
Грабоўская
(Hraboŭskaja, Hrabouskaya, Hrabouskaia
Grabouskaja, Grabouskaya, Grabouskaia)
Lithuanian Grabauskas Grabauskienė (married)
Grabauskaitė (unmarried)
Russian
(Romanization)
Грабовский
(Grabovsky, Grabovskiy, Grabovskij)
Грабовская
(Grabovskaya, Grabovskaia, Grabovskaja)
Ukrainian
(Romanization)
Грабовський
(Hrabovskyi, Hrabovskyy, Hrabovskyj
Grabovskyi, Grabovskyy, Grabovskyj)
Грабовська
(Hrabovska, Grabovska)

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  1. ^ "Statystyka najpopularniejszych nazwisk występujących w Polsce in 2009" [The most popular surnames in Poland in 2009] (PDF) (in Polish). Ministry of Interior (Poland). Retrieved August 19, 2013.