Mieczysław

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Mieczysław
Gendermale
Origin
Word/nameSlavic
Meaningmiecz (from "miecz", "sword") + sław ("glory, famous")
Other names
Alternative spellingMečislovas
Variant form(s)Mieczysława (f)
Nickname(s)Mietek, Miecio, Mieszko
Related namesMieszko
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Mieczysław (Polish pronunciation: [mʲɛtʂɨˈswaf]) or Mečislovas (Lithuanian) is a Slavic name of Polish origin and consists of two parts: miecz "sword", and sław "glory, famous". Feminine form: Mieczysława. Alternate form: Mieszko.[citation needed]

This name may refer to:

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Mečislovas
  • Mečislovas Gedvilas, Lithuanian Soviet politician, first Prime Minister of the Lithuanian SSR
  • Mečislovas Reinys, was the Lithuanian Roman Catholic archbishop of the Vilnius, Minsk and Tiddi dioceses, a professor at Vytautas Magnus University
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