Tiso is a surname. Notable people with this name include:
Lukács is a Hungarian surname, derived from the given name Lukács, which is the Hungarian equivalent of Lucas. Alternative spellings and derivative forms in neighboring languages include Lukacs, Lukáč, Lukač, Lukach, Lucaci and Lukačić. Slovakised variant of this surname, Lukáč is the 10th most common surname in Slovakia. The surname may refer to:
Kovač, meaning "blacksmith" in South Slavic languages, is a common surname in Croatia, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Slovenia and Serbia.
Kovačić, alternatively spelled Kovačič in Slovene and Slovak, Kovacsics in Hungarian, or transliterated as Kovacic/Kovacich/Kovachich in English, is one of the most common surnames in Croatia, Slovenia, as well as Hungary and Serbia. Etymologically it is a patronymic derivative of the surname Kovač, which is a Slavic cognate of the English surname Smith, and as such is closely related to the similar surname Kovačević.
Kaminsky is a surname with various origins. It may be derived from Czech/Slovak Kaminský, Ukrainian: Камінський, Russian: Каминский, Belarusian: Камінскі, or Polish Kamiński. Feminine forms include Kaminská, Kaminska, and Kaminskaya. Its Lithuanian-language counterpart is Kaminskas.
Adamec is a surname of Czech and Slovak origin. It comes from the personal name Adam and the Czech/Slovak suffix -ec. Pronounced "a-da-mets", it is occasionally Germanized as Adametz.
Kratochvíl is a Czech and Slovak surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Pavlík is a Czech and Slovak surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Kollar is a surname of German origin. Kollár is the Slavic and Hungarian variant. The name may refer to:
Kubiš, feminine Kubišová, is a Czech and Slovak surname, derived from the given name Kuba, which is a variant of Jakub. An alternative spelling is Kubis and a similar surname is Kubisz. The name may refer to:
Ledecký is a Czech surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Hornyak or Hornyák is a surname. Its origin is Slavic, meaning "mountain dweller." Its counterpart, Dolniak, means "valley dweller." Ukrainian form is Горняк. Notable people with the surname include:
Suchý is a Czech and Slovak surname meaning "dry". Notable persons with that name include:
Homola is a Czech and Slovak surname. The surname may refer to:
Kuzma is a Slavic-language surname. Notable people with this surname include:
Svitek is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Kovacik is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Char is a French feminine given name that is a variation of Chardonnay, Charlene, and Charlotte and a feminine form of Charles. Char is also used as a variation of Charmaine. Notable people with this name include the following:
Hucko or Hučko is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Stohl or Štohl is a surname. Notable people with this surname include:
Danko is a surname. Literally it is a diminutive of Daniel in some Slavic languages. Notable people with this surname include: