Kankaraš

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Kankaraš
Language(s)Serbo-Croatian
Origin
Region of originnorthern Montenegro
Meaning"Brotherhood" (from Turkish words каn = blood, каrdash = brother)
Families
Голија (Црна Гора)

Kankaraš (Montenegrin, Serbian Cyrillic: Канкараш) is a Montenegrin surname found mostly in Montenegro. Its bearers are Orthodox Christian. There is an old Kankaraš brotherhood (pl. Kankaraši) of the Голија (Црна Гора) tribe near Nikšić (in northwestern Montenegro). A part of the Kankaraši settled Plovdiv, Bulgaria and changed their surname to Černogorski ("Montenegrin"). At least seven individuals with the surname died in the Holocaust in Croatia.[1]

It may refer to:

  • Gorica Kankaraš, best Serbian female weightlifter 58 kg, 71 kg and 84 kg.[2]
  • Miodrag Kankaraš, former mayor of Tivat, Montenegro, and current general consul of Montenegro in Serbia.[3]
  • Sreten Kankaraš, owner of Grand Travel Agency in Montenegro,[4] and Aikido trainer.[5]
  • Anto Kankaraš, Serbian mercenary. Also known as the Publisher of Posavina
  • Petar Kankaraš, Liberal politician and lawyer from Podgorica.[6]
  • Milivoje Kankaraš (d. 28 August 2000), Serbian local politician killed in Marovac, Serbia in 2000 during the Insurgency in the Preševo Valley.[7][8] He and his wife were abducted and shot by five Albanians.[9]
  • Duka Kankaraš (fl. 1855), Montenegrin serdar, from Golija.[10] Served Danilo I, Prince of Montenegro.[11]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Jasenovac Research Institute. "Victim Search: Kankaraš".
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-11-26. Retrieved 2011-11-11.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "Kankaraš generalni konzul Crne Gore u Srbiji".
  4. ^ http://www.vijesti.me/vijesti/neki-su-imali-i-vremena-i-para-za-putovanje-127349. Vlasnik Turističke agencije “Grand” Sreten Kankaraš Missing or empty |title= (help)
  5. ^ "Crnogorski Aikido Savez - Aikido Union of Montenegro". Sa svojim učiteljem Mirkom Jovandićem, Predrag Burić i Sreten Kankaraš.
  6. ^ "1995/11/07 23:03 IS THE HAGUE TO BLAME?". www.aimpress.ch.
  7. ^ Odbor Milivoj Kankaras ubijen
  8. ^ "Www.glas-javnosti.co.yu". Ono što posebno ohrabruje je činjenica da u zoni zaštite poslednjih meseci nije bilo nikakvih ispada albanskih nacionalista i separatista. Ranije se događalo da upadnu sa Kosmeta, pokradu stoku ili poseku drva i onda se ponovo prebacuju na područje Kosmeta. Najteži incident se dogodio lane u rejonu sela Marovca kada je ubijen Milivoje Kankaraš, a njegova supruga teško ranjena, ali je preživela.
  9. ^ http://articles.latimes.com/2000/sep/05/news/mn-15708. In one of the latest reported attacks in the buffer zone, a candidate in a coalition with Serbia's ruling Socialist Party was abducted and shot dead by five ethnic Albanians on Aug. 28, the party said in a statement. The candidate, Milivoje Kankaras, and his wife were kidnapped from their home in Serbia, near the Kosovo border, and forced onto a tractor. As they approached the village of Velja Glava, the abductors threw the couple off the tractor and opened fire, killing Kankaras and seriously wounding his wife, the party statement said. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  10. ^ Narodno stvaralaštvo: Folklor. Nauchno delo. 1977. Спадали су тада у процрногорску струју кнез Васиљ Баћовић, Шћепан Сарић из Бањана, голијски јунак, доцнији сердар и племенски капетан Дука Канкараш и други.
  11. ^ Crnogorske anegdote: Antologija. Grafički zavod. 1967. КГЬАЗ ДАНИЛО И СЕРДАР ДУКА КАНКАРАШ Када се оженио књаз Данило пође сердар Дука на Цетиње да честита юьазу књегињу и да, исто- времено, од њега прими упутства како ће се др- жати према гатачким Турцима. У веде ...