Nowicki

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Nowicki (Polish pronunciation: [nɔˈvit͡ski]; feminine: Nowicka; plural: Nowiccy) is a Jewish[1] and Polish surname. It comes from place names such as Nowice, which are derived from the Polish adjective nowy ("new").[2] The surname is somewhat more frequent in central Poland.[3][4] It has many forms in other languages.

Language Masculine Feminine
Polish Nowicki Nowicka
Belarusian
(Romanization)
Навіцкі
(Navicki, Navitski)
Навіцкая
(Navickaja, Navitskaya, Navitskaia)
Czech, Slovak Novický Novická
Latvian Novickis Novicka
Lithuanian Navickas, Navickis
Novickas, Novickis
Navickienė (married), Navickaitė, Navickytė (unmarried)
Novickienė (married), Novickaitė, Novickytė (unmarried)
Russian
(Romanization)
Новицкий
(Novitsky, Novitskiy, Novitski, Novickij)
Новицкая
(Novitskaya, Novitskaia, Novickaja)
Ukrainian
(Romanization)
Новицький
(Novitskyi, Novitskyy, Novickyj)
Новицька
(Novitska, Novicka)
Other Nowitzki, Nowizki, Nowitzky, Novicki

People[edit]

Nowicki may refer to:

Nowicka may refer to:

References[edit]

  1. ^ Guggenheimer, Heinrich Walter (1992). Jewish Family Names and Their Origins: An Etymological Dictionary. United States of America: Ktav Publishing House, Inc. p. 554. ISBN 0-88125-297-2. 
  2. ^ "Nowicki". ancestry.com. 
  3. ^ "Nowicki". moikrewni.pl. 
  4. ^ "Nowicka". moikrewni.pl.