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From: Vitaliy Vandrovych <>
Subject: Re: Hnat (was: [UKR-GENSEARCH] Help)
Date: Sun, 7 Dec 2003 18:02:14 -0500
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Hi Chrystyna,

Hnat is more common as the first name; at least it used to be in 1800-1900s.
It is short version of Ignat, Ignatiy.
As a surname it has commonly some suffix, like Hnatenko, Hnatjuk, Hnatyk,
Hnatchuk and so on.
Vitaliy

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Vitaliy Vandrovych

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Quoting Philip Semanchuk <>:

> Chrystyna wrote:
> > sorry to bother you but is hnat listed in your dictionary
>
> Hi Chrystyna,
> I have no idea how common the Hnat surname is, but I've seen it among
> the Ukrainians (Lemkos) near Bukowsko, Poland in an area I call the
> Bukowsko Triangle:
> http://semanchuk.com/gen/places/BukowskoTriangle.html
>
>
> HTH
> Philip
>
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