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Subject: Meaning of name
Category: Family and Home > Families
Asked by: mlot-ga
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Posted: 08 Dec 2005 02:13 PST
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Question ID: 603073
What the Polish meaning for the name Mlotkowski is
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Subject: Re: Meaning of name
From: jacunjo-ga on 17 Apr 2006 08:38 PDT
"mlot" is a big hammer, "mlotek" is a regular hammer, "mlotkowski"
would be "hammerSKI" -ski is a polish regional ending for lots of last
names: it does not have any meaning, "grammatically suggestive",makes
a word more of an adjective that noun
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Subject: Re: Meaning of name
From: amp9-ga on 02 May 2006 07:25 PDT
There is a meaning to ending on "ski". It designates a male. For a
female the ending would be "ska" (Mlotkowska). For more info see
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Subject: Re: Meaning of name
From: jacunjo-ga on 05 May 2006 11:59 PDT
it is a grammar thing, not meaning in the semantic sense of it: but
you are right, it is "male ending" for the name: although you would
meet polish women using male -ski ending with their surnames

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