List of Aromanians

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This is a list in progress of world famous or important Aromanians and people having Aromanian ancestry.




Clergy and missionaries[edit]

Commerce and business[edit]

  • Sotirios Bulgaris, from Kalarrytes, Epirus, founder of the Bulgari jewelry house[citation needed]
  • Mocioni family, also spelled as Mocsony (Hung.), were Barons, famous philanthropists and Austrian Imperial bankers[citation needed]. One branch established in Romania, one in Belgrade, Serbia and another in Pest, Hungary.
  • Emanoil Gojdu, Romanian-Hungarian lawyer and philanthropist[citation needed]
  • Nicolae Malaxa, was a Romanian engineer and industrialist.
  • Arghir, merchant family and philanthropists, established in Pest (Budapest)
  • Derra, merchant family established in Pest (Budapest)
  • Grabovsky, merchant family established in Pest (Budapest)
  • Lyka, merchant family established in Pest (Budapest)
  • Manno, merchant family and philanthropists, established in Pest (Budapest)
  • Naco or Nacu, also spelled as Nako (Hung.), merchant family established in Pest (Budapest)
  • Karamata, merchant family established in Zemun, now-day Serbia
  • Zoe Cruz, former co-president of Morgan Stanley, USA.
  • Jamie Dimon, CEO, Chairman and President at JP MORGAN Chase, USA.
  • Naum Krnar (d. 1817), leather and fur merchant, associate of Karađorđe
  • James Milleew, insurance executive, NY



Science and Engineering[edit]







  1. ^ Born in Galaţi, Ressu originated from an Aromanian family that migrated to Romania from Macedonia at the start of the 19th century.
  2. ^ Glasnik Etnografskog instituta 52. Научно дело. 2004. p. 174. Донка је имала рођаке међу Цинцарима у Зајечару, од којих је потицао и познати глумац Та- шко Начић 
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  4. ^ Lloshi, Xhevat (2008). Rreth Alfabetit te shqipes. Logos. pp. 273–276. ISBN 9989582688. Retrieved 2010-06-01. 
  5. ^ Ѕвездите ќе пеат за „Златно славејче“, Дамјана Ивановска, Време, број 2134, 14.12.2010.
  6. ^ Тоше Проески - А1 Телевизија
  7. ^ Tose Proeski Timeline, Legacy & History
  8. ^ Tapping another ethnic group, in The New York Times, October 17, 1988
  9. ^ Arno Tanner (2004). The Forgotten Minorities of Eastern Europe: The History and Today of Selected Ethnic Groups in Five Countries. East-West Books. pp. 213–. ISBN 978-952-91-6808-8. 
  10. ^ Ethnologia Balkanica. LIT Verlag Münster. pp. 150–. GGKEY:ES2RY3RRUDS. 
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