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  • Prof. Cyril Domb (Dombrowski) (1920 - 2012)
    Cyril Domb FRS (9 December 1920 – 15 February 2012) was an internationally recognized theoretical physicist best known for his lecturing and writing on the theory of phase transitions and critical phen...
  • Jan Henryk Dabrowski (1755 - 1818)
    Jan Henryk Dąbrowski ; also known as Johann Heinrich Dombrowski in German and Jean Henri Dombrowski in French (1755-1818) was a Polish general and statesman, widely respected after his death for his pa...
  • Dombrowski (1881 - d.)
    GEDCOM Source ===@R-1798718378@ Wisconsin, Births and Christenings Index, 1826-1908 Ancestry.com Online publication - Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc., 2011.Original data - "Wisconsin Birt...

About the Dombrowski surname

Meaning Polish ; oak grove

Dombrowski, a surname of Polish origin, is a transcribed form of the Polish name Dąbrowski.

Related names Dabrowski, Dombrowsky, Dobrowski, Dobrosky

Dąbrowski (feminine: Dąbrowska, plural Dąbrowscy) or Dabrowski is the 11th most common surname in Poland (87,304 people in 2009);[1][2] this is down from an apparent rank of 4th in 1990.[3] Dąbrowski is a habitational name derived from the placename 'Dąbrowa' or 'Dąbrówka', which is used for several specific places in Poland or generically as "oak grove", the English meaning for these Polish words.[4][5] The surname Dobrowski is a variant of Dabrowski,[6] and Dobrosky is a transitive variant.[7] Dobrowski also has an independent origin as a habitational name derived from the placename 'Dobrów'.[6] The text-figure below summarizes the relationships among these various words. Dąbrowa (or) Dąbrówka → Dąbrow(ski/ska/scy) → Dabrowski → Dobrowski → Dobrosky ↑ Dobrów Due to the Polish pronunciation of Dąbrowski /dɔmˈbrɔfskʲi/ The ą letter is roughly pronounced 'ahn', so this is why you have the 'dombrowski' spelling (also, remember the 'w' is pronounced as a 'v').

People with the name include:

Jan Henryk Dąbrowski (1755 – 1818), Polish general and national hero

Andreas Dombrowski (1894–unknown), Czech WWI flying ace

Brandyn Dombrowski American professional football player

Daniel Dombrowski (born 1953), American philosopher and university professor

Dave Dombrowski (born 1956), American businessman; president and general manager of the Detroit Tigers Dombrowski brothers of Wisconsin, USA: Chad Dombrowski (born 1980), American professional soccer player Neil Dombrowski (born 1984), American professional soccer player Tighe Dombrowski (born 1982), American professional soccer player Zeke Dombrowski (born 1986), American professional soccer player James A. Dombrowski (1897–1983), American Methodist minister active in the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s Jim Dombrowski (born 1963), American professional football player Lutz Dombrowski (born 1959), German Olympic track and field athlete Joe Dombrowski (born 1991), American cyclist of Team Sky.