Woźniak (feminine: Woźniak/Woźniakowa, plural Woźniakowie; English pronunciation: // WAWZ-nee-ak; Polish pronunciation: [ˈvɔʑɲak]) is the tenth most common surname in Poland (89,015 people in 2009).
The origin of the name probably comes from the caretaker – or the driver – the person in charge of horse-drawn carriages.
Notable people with the Woźniak surname:
- Aleksandra Wozniak, Canadian tennis player
- Angela Wozniak, New York state assemblywoman
- Dagmara Wozniak, American Olympic fencer
- John Wozniak, American musician
- John Wozniak (Pennsylvania), Pennsylvania state senator
- Max Wosniak, football (soccer) player and manager
- Mike Wozniak, British comedian
- Paulina Woźniak, Polish swimmer
- Paweł Woźniak, hurdler
- Piotr Woźniak (researcher), lead programmer of the SuperMemo learning software
- Piotr Woźniak (politician), Polish politician
- Radim Wozniak, Czech footballer
- Steve Wozniak, American computer engineer and co-founder of Apple Computer
- Troy Wozniak, Australian rugby league player
- Ministry of Interior (Poland). Statystyka najpopularniejszych nazwisk występujących w Polsce in 2009 (The most popular surnames in Poland in 2009). Retrieved August 18, 2013.
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