Kalinowski

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Coat of arms of Kalinowski noble family

Kalinowski is a Polish surname. It comes from place names such as Kalinowa, Kalinowo, and Kalinów, which are derived from the word kalina ("Viburnum").[1] It is most frequent in north-eastern Poland.[2][3]

Language Masculine Feminine Plural
Polish Kalinowski
([kaliˈnɔfski])
Kalinowska
([kaliˈnɔfska])
Kalinowscy
([kaliˈnɔfst͡sɨ])
Belarusian
(Romanization)
Каліноўскі
(Kalinoŭski)
Каліноўская
(Kalinoŭskaja, Kalinouskaya, Kalinouskaia)
Lithuanian Kalinauskas Kalinauskienė (married)
Kalinauskaitė (unmarried)
Russian
(Romanization)
Калинский
(Kalinovsky, Kalinovskiy, Kalinovskij)
Калиновская
(Kalinovskaya, Kalinovskaia, Kalinovskaja)
Ukrainian
(Romanization)
Калиновський
(Kalynovskyi, Kalynovskyy, Kalynovskyj)
Калиновська
(Kalynovska)

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kalinowski". ancestry.com. 
  2. ^ "Kalinowski". moikrewni.pl. 
  3. ^ "Kalinowska". moikrewni.pl.