Tomáš (Czech pronunciation: [ˈtomaːʃ] ) is a Czech and Slovak given name, equivalent to the name Thomas.
It may refer to:
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Prostějov is a city in the Olomouc Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 44,000 inhabitants. Today the city is known for its fashion industry and AČR special forces unit 601. skss based there. The centre of the town is historically significant and is protected by law as urban monument zone.
Zajac is a common Slavic name, meaning “hare”. Variants include Zajtich, Zaek, Zając, Zajec, Zajić, Zajíc, Zayak, Zayats, Zayets, and Zajonc. A related Russian surname is Zaytsev. Notable people with the surname include:
Šternberk (Czech pronunciation: [ˈʃtɛrnbɛrk]; is a town in Olomouc District in the Olomouc Region of the Czech Republic. It has about 13,000 inhabitants.
Pospíšil is a Czech surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Hájek is a Czech surname, which means "a person from a grove". Its feminine equivalent is Hájková. The surname may refer to:
Jana is the spelling of several unrelated given names.
Mucha is a Slavic surname, derived from mucha, meaning a "fly". It was originally a nickname for someone very important, mostly from noble families and the political class. known to be very intelligent.. Mucha is the standard form for males in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, and for people of both genders in Poland. In other countries, the surname may appear as Mukha or Muha. It may refer to:
Marek is a West Slavic masculine given name, the equivalent of Mark in English. It is also 46th popular masculine given name in Estonian. Notable people bearing the name Marek include:
Kral, Král or KRAL may refer to:
Kučera is a Czech and Slovak surname.
Mattias is a masculine given name found most prominently in Northern Europe. It is a cognate of Matthew and Matthias, and may refer to:
Matej is a given name that originates from the Slavic nations of Central and Eastern Europe. It's one of the most common male names in Slovakia and Slovenia. It is also common in Croatia. The name is originally derived from Matthew the Apostle.
Doležal is a Czech family name, becoming Dolezal, or Doleschal in German. It may refer to:
Štefan is a Slavic given name and surname. Notable people with the name include:
Svoboda is a common Czech surname. Svobodová is a feminine form of the surname. For more than century it is one of the three most common Czech surnames.
Straka is a Czech and Slovak surname, it may refer to:
Tomas is a Swedish and Lithuanian given name.
Lenka is a Czech and Slovak feminine given name. Independently, it is also a diminutive of another female name, Lena.
Karol is a Basque, Danish, Finnish, Norwegian, Polish, Slovak, Slovene, and Swedish masculine given name that is a form of Karl or Karolus. Notable people with the name include the following:
Karolina, Karolína or Karolīna is a feminine given name. Karolina is a Croatian, Danish, Faroese, Finnish, German, Hungarian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Slovene, and Swedish name. Karolína is a Czech, and Icelandic name that is a form of Karolina and Carolina and a diminutive form of Karola and Carola. Karolīna is a Latvian name. Notable people with the name include the following: