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by William F. Hoffman
Author: William F. Hoffman
Publisher: Polish Genalogical Society; First edition (June 1, 1993)
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Polish Surnames: Origins & Meanings. William F. Hoffman Book Description Polish Genealogical Society of America,, Chicago, 1993. Condition: Very Good. Published by Polish Genealogical Society of America,, Chicago (1993). ISBN 10: 0924207000 ISBN 13: 9780924207006. Book Description Polish Genealogical Society of America,, Chicago, 1993.
William F. "Fred" Hoffman, Author, Polish Surnames: Origins and Meanings. Basic Explanation of Surname Endings. Discussion of Surname Origins.
Sowa is a surname of Polish origin. Polish name expert Kazimierz Rymut mentions the name in his book Nazwiska Polaków (The Surnames of Poles)
Sowa is a surname of Polish origin. Polish name expert Kazimierz Rymut mentions the name in his book Nazwiska Polaków (The Surnames of Poles). Rymut says the name appears in records as early as 1404 and comes from the noun sowa, which means "owl". Even today, this word may be found in any common Polish dictionary, as well as Belorussian, Russian and Ukrainian.
Learn the fascinating origin of the Hoffman surname; its meaning & distribution. Hoffman Surname Definition: (from an ancestor's occupation) or (an invented surname) The German word Hofman is a farmer who owns his land. Possibly, a Jew taking this name was such a farmer. Unlock your family history in the largest database of last names. Other Jews selected the name Hoffman from their employment at the court (Hof) of a prince or duke. Hoffman Surname Distribution Map. By incidence. By incidence By frequency By rank.
If you have a Polish or Eastern European name in your ancestry, this is the work that will offer some clues as to what the name means and where it may have originated. Fred isn’t just known as a name expert thoug. e’s also an expert in translating genealogical documents!
Learn the meaning of the Hoffmann surname, find out where the surname . References: Surname Meanings & Origins. Penguin Dictionary of Surnames.
The Hoffmann surname originated as a nickname for a farmer who owned his land rather than rented, from the Middle High German Hofman, meaning "person working on a farm. The name eventually came to denote a steward (manager) of a manor farm; as such, it was widespread throughout central and eastern Europe, in both German and non-German-speaking countries. Baltimore, MD: Penguin Books, 1967.
Krzyzanowski: Origin and Meaning. According to William F. Hoffman the author of Polish Surnames: Origins and Meanings. The New World Book of Krzyzanowskis published by Halbert's Family Heritage. Your Family Name, Krzyzanowski: Polish Family of Notable Dignitaries. 1980 Twin Circle Article. 1. The ultimate root is krzyz , "cross" (I use z to stand for the Polish dotted Z, pronounced much like "zh" in "Zhivago").