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Re: Pollack- Pollak? meaning?
Posted by: Miklós Szebenyi Date: July 19, 2001 at 02:15:55
In Reply to: Pollack- Pollak? meaning? by Liz of 199

Pollack, Pollak and Polák they comes from the Polish word "Polak" which means a Polish male.

On the other hand I know only one Pollak in my family- Samuel Pollak- who married Regina (Rachel) Epstein in 16. April 1865 in Budapest. No further info of any Pollaks.


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