Polish Surnames

Polish names are used in the country of Poland in central Europe. See also about Polish names.
There are 141 names matching your criteria.

ADAMCZAK     Polish
Derived from the given name ADAM.
ADAMCZYK     Polish
Derived from the given name ADAM.
ANDRYSIAK     Polish
Means "son of Andrys", Andrys being an archaic form of ANDRZEJ.
AUTTENBERG     English, German, Polish
Possibly means "dweller at Ealdwine's hill" from the Germanic name Ealdwine meaning "old friend" and berg meaning "hill, mountain".
BARTOSZ     Polish
Derived from the given name BARTOSZ.
BERNARD     French, English, Polish, Czech
From the given name BERNARD.
BOBIENSKI     Polish
Indicated a person from Bobien, Poland.
BOSKO     Polish, Czech, Slovak
Derived from the Slavic bosy "barefoot".
BROŻ     Polish
Derived from Broz, a diminutive of Ambrozy, Ambrozy being the Polish form of AMBROSE.
BRZEZICKI     Polish
Means "by the birch trees" in Polish.
BUDNY     Polish, Ukrainian
Possibly means "dweller in a hut, cabin" from the Polish and Ukrainian word buda... [more]
BUKOSKI     Polish
Variant of BUKOWSKI
BUKOWSKI     Polish
Name for someone who lived in a place called Bukowo, Bukowec or others that began with buk "beech".
CHLEBEK     Polish
Means "small loaf of bread" from Polish chleb "bread"... [more]
CHMIEL     Polish
Polish cognate of CHMELA, from Polish chmiel.
CZAJKA     Polish
Means "lapwing" in Polish.
CZAJKOWSKI     Polish
Originally indicated a person from Czajka, Poland.
DUBANOWSKI     Polish
Originally indicated a person from Dubanowo, Poland.
DUBICKI     Polish
Means "a person from Dubica, Poland".
DUNAJSKI     Polish
Derived from Dunaj, the Polish name for the river Danube.
DZIEDZIC     Polish
Derived from Polish dziedzic "landowner".
FABIAN     English, French, Polish
Derived from the given name FABIAN.
FILIPEK     Polish, Czech
Derived from a diminutive of the given name FILIP.
FILIPOWSKI     Polish
Either a patronymic from the given name FILIP, or a habitational name for a person from Filipow, Poland.
GAJOS     Polish
Derived from an old Slavic term gaj or gajdol which meant "to drone" or "to drone out".
GNIEWEK     Polish
Derived from Gniewek, a diminutive of ZBIGNIEW, JAROGNIEW, or other names containing gniew "anger".
GOMOLKA     Polish
Derived from Polish gomolka, a type of round cheese... [more]
GOMULKA     Polish
Variant of GOMOLKA
GORECKI     Polish
Originally indicated a person from Górka, a town in Poland... [more]
GÓRKA     Polish
Variant of GORECKI
GORSKI     Polish
From the Slavic word gora "mountain".
GRZESKIEWICZ     Polish
Derived from the given name GRZEGORZ.
GWOZDEK     Polish
Derived from either gwozd, an archaic Polish word for "forest", or gwozdz "nail".
JAGODA     Polish
Means "berry" in Polish.
JANDA     Polish, Czech
Derived from the given name JAN (1).
JANOWSKI     Polish
Habitational name for a person from a town named Janowo, Janow or Janowice.
JASKOLSKI     Polish
Originally indicated a person from Jaskolski in Poland... [more]
JASKULSKI     Polish
Variant of JASKOLSKI
JEDYNAK     Polish
Means "only child" from the Polish jedynak.
JELEN     Polish, Czech, Slovak
Means "stag" in the Slavic languages.
JEZ     Polish
Means "hedgehog" in Polish... [more]
JORDAN (1)     English, French, German, Polish
Derived from the given name JORDAN.
KACZKA     Polish
Means "duck" in Polish.
KALUZA     Polish
Means "a puddle" in Polish.
KAMINSKI     Polish, Russian, Ukrainian, Jewish
Name for someone who came from a town called Kamien... [more]
KASPRZAK     Polish
Means "son of KASPAR".
KAVA     Polish
Derived from Polish kawa "coffee", perhaps originally denoting one who worked in the coffee trade.
KEDZIERSKI     Ukrainian, Polish
From a nickname meaning "curly", describing a person with curly hair.
KIJEK     Polish
Means "a small stick" in Polish.
KLIMEK     Polish
Derived from the name Klimek, a diminutive of KLEMENS.
KOSMATKA     Polish
Derived from Polish kosmaty meaning "shaggy, hairy".
KOWALCZYK     Polish
Patronymic from Polish kowal "blacksmith".
KOWALSKI     Polish
From the Polish word kowal meaning "blacksmith".
KOZIOL     Polish
Means "goat" in Polish, probably used to denote a goatherd.
KOZLOW     Polish
From the Polish place name Kozlow, ultimately derived from koziol "goat".
KOZLOWSKI     Polish
Originally a name for a person from Kozlow, Kozlowo, or any other place whose name was derived from Polish koziol "goat".
KRAKOWSKI     Polish, Jewish
Habitational name for a person of the city of Kraków in southern Poland.
KRÓL     Polish
Means "king" in Polish... [more]
KUMIEGA     Polish
Derived from a Polish word meaning "friend".
LAWNICZAK     Polish
Means "juror" from Polish lawnik.
LIS     Polish
Means "fox" in Polish. It is a nickname for a sly person.
MAJEWSKI     Polish
Derived from Polish maj "the month of May"... [more]
MALINOWSKI     Polish
Means "dweller by raspberries" from the Polish malina.
MALY     Polish, Czech
Means "small" in the Slavic languages.
MAREK     Czech, Polish, Hungarian
Derived from the given name MAREK.
MARSZALEK     Polish
Means "a marshal" in Polish.
MASLANKA     Polish
Derived from Slavic maslo "butter"... [more]
MENCHER     Polish, Jewish
Occupational surname for a miller or flour dealer (derived from Polish maczarz).
MIAZGA     Polish
Derived from Polish miazga "pulp".
MICHEL (1)     French, German, Dutch, Basque, Polish
Derived from the given name MICHEL, MITXEL or MICHAŁ.
MIKOLAJCZAK     Polish
From the Polish given name MIKOŁAJ.
MOZDZIERZ     Polish
Means "mortar" in Polish... [more]
MUSIL     Polish, Czech
Means "the one who had to", from the past participle of the verb must.
NIEMCZYK     Polish
Means "son of the German" from Polish niemec "German" and the patronymic part czyk.
NIEMEC     Polish
Means "German" in Polish.
NOSEK     Czech, Polish
Means "a small nose" in Czech and Polish.
NOVAK     Czech, Polish, Slovak, Slovene, Jewish
Derived from Slavic novy "new", originally a name for someone who was new to a village.
NOWAK     Polish
Derived from Polish nowy "new", originally a name for someone who was new to a village.
PAKULSKI     Polish
Originally denoted a person from Pakuly, Poland.
PASTERNACK     Polish, Russian, Ukrainian, Jewish
Means "white turnip" or "parsnip".
PASZEK     Polish
Derived from a Polish diminutive of PAUL.
PIATEK     Polish
Means "Friday" in Polish, ultimately derived from the Slavic word pjaty "fifth".
PIONTEK     Polish
Variant spelling of PIATEK.
POKORNY     Czech, Slovak, Polish
Derived from the Slavic word pokorny "tame".
POPLAWSKI     Polish
Means "from the water meadow" from the Polish poplaw.
RÓG     Polish
Derived from rog "animal horn".
RUDASKI     Polish
Variant of RUDAWSKI
RUDAWSKI     Polish
Means "a person who lives near Rudawa". Rudawa is a river in Poland.
RUSNAK     Polish
Means "Russian" in Polish.
RUTKOWSKI     Polish
Means "from Rutki, Poland".
SADOWSKI     Polish
Name for someone who lived in Sadowo, Sadowice or other place whose name began with sad- "garden".
SALOMON     English, French, Italian, German, Danish, Norwegian, Polish, Jewish, Hungarian
Derived from the given name SALOMON.
SERAFIN     Polish, Italian
Variant of SERAFIM
SIENKIEWICZ     Polish
Patronymic from the given name Sienko, a diminutive of the archaic name Siemion, a form of SIMON... [more]
SIERZANT     Polish
Means "sergeant" in Polish.
SITKO     Polish
Means "a small sieve" from Polish sito "sieve".
SKALA     Polish, Czech
Means "rock" in the Slavic languages.
SLASKI     Polish
Cognate of SLAZAK.
SLAZAK     Polish
Polish cognate of SLEZAK.
SLUSARCZYK     Polish
Diminutive form of SLUSARSKI.
SLUSARSKI     Polish
Means "ironworker" or "locksmith" from the Polish slusarz.
SMOLÁK     Czech, Polish
Derived from the Slavic word smola "pitch".
SNIEGOWSKI     Polish
Habitational name for a person from Sniegow, Sniegowo or other place whose name was derived from snieg "snow".
SOBOL     Polish, Jewish
Derived from either the Polish sobol meaning "marten" or the Old High German zobel meaning "sable".
SOKAL     Polish
Variant of SOKOL
SOKOLOF     Polish, Jewish
Means "son of SOKOL".
SOKOLOFF     Polish, Bulgarian, Russian, Jewish
Means "son of SOKOL".
SOKOLOFSKY     Polish
Means "of SOKOLOF".
SOKOLOWSKI     Polish
Usually refers to the city of Sokolow Podlaski, Poland... [more]
SOKOLSKY     Polish, Jewish
Means "of SOKOL".
SÓWKA     Polish
Means "a small owl" from Polish sowa "owl".
STANEK (1)     Polish
Derived from Stanek, a diminutive of the name STANISŁAW.
STAREK     Polish
Means "an old man" from Polish stary "old".
STAWSKI     Polish
Derived from Polish staw "pond".
STOLARZ     Polish, Jewish
Occupational name meaning "joiner" from Polish stolarz.
SZCZEPANSKI     Polish
Derived from the Polish given name SZCZEPAN.
SZEWC     Polish
Means "shoemaker" in Polish.
SZWARC     Polish
Polish phonetic spelling of the German last name SCHWARTZ.
SZWEDA     Polish
Derived from Polish szwed "Swede".
SZWEDKO     Polish
Means "Swedish" in Polish.
WALENTOWICZ     Polish
Means "son of WALENTY".
WARSZAWSKI     Polish
Place name for someone from the city of Warsaw, which became the capital of Poland after the destruction of Kraków by fire.
WAWRZASZEK     Polish
Means "son of WAWRZYNIEC".
WIATER     Polish
Derived from Polish wiatr "wind".
WINOGRAD     Polish
Means "vineyard" in Polish... [more]
WINOGRODZKI     Polish
Derived from Polish winograd "vineyard"... [more]
WOJDA     Polish
Variant of WOJEWÓDKA.
WOJEWÓDKA     Polish
Derived from the Polish wojewóda "voivode".
WOJEWÓDZKI     Polish
Derived from Polish wojewóda "voivode".
WRONSKI     Polish
Derived from the Russian name Vorona "crow".
WYRICK     Polish
Americanized form of WYRZYK.
WYRZYK     Polish
Derived from the given name Wyrzyk which is of unknown etymology.
ZABEK     Polish
Means "little tooth" from the Polish zab and the diminutive suffix -ek.
ZAWISZA     Polish
Derived from the Old Polish given name Zawisza which may mean "jealous".
ZDUNOWSKI (1)     Polish
Means "person from Zduny, Poland".
ZDUNOWSKI (2)     Polish
Means "worker or dweller at the potters" from the Polish zdun.
ZIELINSKI     Polish
Means "green" from the Polish zielen... [more]
ZIEMNIAK     Polish
Means "potato" in Polish.
ZIENTEK     Polish
From a diminutive of Polish ziec which means "son-in-law".
ŻURAW     Polish
Means "crane" in Polish.
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