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Jablonski

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Jabłoński (Polish pronunciation: [jaˈbwɔɲski]; feminine: Jabłońska; plural: Jabłońscy) is a Polish surname derived from the noun jabłoń (apple tree). It appears in various forms when transliterated from Cyrillic alphabets.

Corresponding surnames
Language Masculine Feminine
Polish Jabłoński Jabłońska
Belarusian
(Romanization)
Яблонскі
(Jablonski, Yablonski, Iablonski)
Яблонская
(Jablonskaja, Yablonskaya, Iablonskaia)
Russian
(Romanization)
Яблонский
(Yablonsky, Yablonskiy, Iablonski, Jablonskij)
Яблонская
(Yablonskaya, Yablonskaia, Iablonskaia, Jablonskaja)
Ukrainian
(Romanization)
Яблонський
(Yablonskyi, Yablonskyy, Jablonskyj)
Яблонська
(Yablonska, Iablonska, Jablonska)

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  • Jablonski diagram, diagram that illustrates the electronic states of a molecule and the transitions between them
  • Jablonski by Pahls v. United States, a landmark court case that helped to define the ethical duties of mental health professionals with respect to potentially violent individuals.
  • Wola Jabłońska, village in west-central Poland