Malec

Recorded in over fifty spellings froms including Maly, Malec, Malak, Malata. Malov, Malicki, Maltsev, Malenkov, Malyj, Maliszewski, and found as well in Poland, Russia, The Ukraine, Hungary, and Croatia, this is a surname of Czech origins. It derives from the pre medieval word "maly" meaning small, and hence was either a nickname for a person of small stature (or given the robust humour of the period, the complete reverse!), or it was a personal name of endearment given as a baptismal name to a child, which later developed as a surname. It is said that in Poland the name translated as "young man" and it may be that this meaning also applied in other countries. What is certain is that in its many and varied forms this is one of Eastern Europes most popular names. Sadly early records from these countries are either non existent or when they occur at all, much later than equivalent British records or even German registers, which can often be traced with reasonable accuracy back to at least the 15th century. These recordings from surviving registers of Czechoslovakia (as was) upto 1992, include Symon Maly, the son of Jan Maly, who was christened at Busisov, Trebic, on October 20th 1699, and Matej Malyj, who married Anna Czierna, at Zaroice, Kyjov, on January 10th 1703.

Surnames reference. 2013.

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  • Malec — ist der Familienname folgender Personen: Ivo Malec (* 1925), französischer Komponist kroatischer Herkunft Jiří Malec (* 1962), tschechoslowakischer Skispringer Siehe auch: Maletz, Malek Diese Seite …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • malec — {{/stl 13}}{{stl 8}}rz. mos IIb, W. maleclcze || maleclcu; lm M. maleclcy {{/stl 8}}{{stl 7}} mały chłopiec; chłopczyk, szkrab, smyk, pędrak : {{/stl 7}}{{stl 10}}Pięcioletni malec. {{/stl 10}} …   Langenscheidt Polski wyjaśnień

  • Malec —   [ malɛts], Ivo, französischer Komponist kroatischer Herkunft, * Zagreb 30. 3. 1925; studierte an der Musikakademie in Zagreb und ab 1955 in Paris (O. Messiaen), trat mit P. Schaeffer in Verbindung, beteiligte sich an der Groupe de Musique… …   Universal-Lexikon

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  • Malec — Màlec, Ivo (1925) DEFINICIJA prvi hrv. skladatelj konkretne glazbe, glazbeni eksperimentator i pedagog, stekao međunarodni ugled; djeluje u Parizu …   Hrvatski jezični portal

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  • Malec — Buster Keaton Demande de traduction Buster Keaton → …   Wikipédia en Français

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