Krol

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Krol is a surname of several possible origins.

It may be a Dutch surname. It originally was a nickname of someone with curly hair (krul still means "curl" in Modern Dutch).[1]

The name may also be a simplification of the Polish surname Król, the Belarussian/Ukrainian surname Krol', both literally meaning "king", or the German surname Kroll.

Notable people with the surname include:

Krol[edit]

Król[edit]

Król (Polish pronunciation: [krul]) is a Polish surname meaning "king" and may refer to:

Krol'[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Krol at the Database of Surnames in The Netherlands