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Although its literal meaning is cat, the surname origin is probably Polish mediaeval name of a person who starts settling people in a village or in a town. The first mention of the name was in the 13th century.
Notable persons with Kot surname
- Igor Kot (born 1980), Russian football player
- Jakub Kot (born 1990), Polish ski jumper
- Maciej Kot (born 1991), Polish ski jumper (brother of Jakub)
- Stanisław Kot (1885–1975), a Polish scientist and politician, member of the Polish Government in Exile
- Tomasz Kot (born 1977), Polish actor
- Wincenty Kot (c. 1395 – 1448) Archbishop of Gniezno and Primate of Poland, vice-cancellarius regni Poloniae.
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