Trotsky (surname)

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The surname Trotsky, Trotskiy, or Trotski Russian : Троцкий is a toponymic surname derived from the Polish name Troki of the Lithuanian city of Trakai, literally meaning "of Troki" or "from Troki". It may be either the Russified form of the Polish noble name Trocki or a Jewish toponymic surname.

The surname may refer to:


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