Kiełbasa

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Kiełbasa
Pronunciation [kʲɛwˈbasa]
Origin
Region of origin Poland
Language(s) Polish
Meaning sausage

Kiełbasa[1][2] ([kʲɛwˈbasa]) or Kielbasa[3] ([kiːlˈbasa]) is a Polish surname which is most frequent in the south eastern Lublin, Subcarpathian and Lesser Poland voivodeships[1] and also present in the Polish diaspora.[4][5][3] It was first recorded in 1370 and is derived from the Polish noun kiełbasa meaning "sausage".[6] Notable people with the name Kiełbasa/Kielbasa include:

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Kompletny podział dla 'Kiełbasa' (A complete breakdown for 'Kiełbasa')". moikrewni.pl. Retrieved 3 September 2017. W Polsce jest 7818 osób o nazwisku Kiełbasa. (In Poland there are 7818 people named Kiełbasa.) 
  2. ^ "Kiełbasa Surname Meaning & Statistics". forebears.io. Retrieved 3 September 2017. Approximately 1,532 people bear this surname. Most prevalent in: Poland; Highest density in: Poland. 
  3. ^ a b "Kielbasa Surname Meaning & Statistics". forebears.io. Retrieved 3 September 2017. Approximately 1,767 people bear this surname. Most prevalent in: Poland; Highest density in: Poland. 
  4. ^ "Absolute Verteilung des Namens 'Kielbasa'". verwandt.de. Retrieved 3 September 2017. In Deutschland gibt es 35 Telefonbucheinträge zum Namen Kielbasa und damit ca. 93 Personen mit diesem Namen. (In Germany there are 35 phone book entries with the surname Kielbasa and approximately 93 persons with this name.) 
  5. ^ "Statistics and meaning of name Kielbasa". namespedia.com. Retrieved 3 September 2017. Surname Kielbasa is used at least 2207 times in at least 16 countries. 
  6. ^ "Nazwiska na literę Kan–Kię". stankiewicze.com. 27 October 2009. Retrieved 3 September 2017. Kiełbasa – 1370 od ‘kiełbasa’.