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    Post Re: Charles Bronson

    "-sky" names are used in all Eastern Europe, but predominantly by Jews ; if the name is particularly common in Poland, it is because of the history of that country, which was particularly favorable to the Jews, to the point that a fair amount of Polish population is at least partly Jewish

    yeah.... right... and polar bears walk on the streets of polish cities...

    My name is Cybulski. Lots of my friends have the "ski" names and belive me, we have nothing to do with the jews. In Poland jews that left after WWII have the German sounding names like Wildstein, Goldberg etc. So cut off that "fair amount of Polish population is at least partly Jewish" stuff....

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    Post Re: Charles Bronson

    Rollon, if you don't know, you ask. Don't make such stupid statements, please.

    The -ski suffix is common among all Slavic peoples. Jews always took the surnames similar to those of their host nations, thus you have Germanic-like surnames among German Jews, Slavic-like surnames among Jews in Slavic countries, etc. etc.

    The -ski is a common slavic suffix, meaning "of someone, something".
    For example, if something is from the sea ( sea = more ), the suffix would be 'morski', 'morsko', morska ( depending on the gender ).

    @Northern Tiger:

    His surname means that his paternal lineage is from Eastern Europe, there's no telling what a mix can appear in USA from the female side.

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    Post Re: Charles Bronson

    Quote Originally Posted by Kaledfwlch
    My name is Cybulski. Lots of my friends have the "ski" names and belive me, we have nothing to do with the jews. In Poland jews that left after WWII have the German sounding names like Wildstein, Goldberg etc. So cut off that "fair amount of Polish population is at least partly Jewish" stuff....
    Be more careful when reading. I was talking about names in "sky", not names in "ski". Monica Lewinsky was not Monica Lewinski. Nor Mr Cybulski to be confused with the Jew Cybulsky.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Awar
    Rollon, if you don't know, you ask. Don't make such stupid statements, please.

    The -ski suffix is common among all Slavic peoples. Jews always took the surnames similar to those of their host nations, thus you have Germanic-like surnames among German Jews, Slavic-like surnames among Jews in Slavic countries, etc. etc.

    The -ski is a common slavic suffix, meaning "of someone, something".
    For example, if something is from the sea ( sea = more ), the suffix would be 'morski', 'morsko', morska ( depending on the gender ).

    @Northern Tiger:

    His surname means that his paternal lineage is from Eastern Europe, there's no telling what a mix can appear in USA from the female side.
    Same comment.

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    Post Re: Charles Bronson

    The -sky and -ski difference that you somehow perceived
    doesn't have anything to do with the source, rather the interpretor.
    I've seen Stravinski and Tarkovski in both -ski and -sky versions, depending on who uses it.

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    Post Re: Charles Bronson

    His real name is Casimir Buchinski and his parents were immigrants from Lithuania.

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    Post Re: Charles Bronson

    First off, I have read that Mr. Bronson's real surname ended in a "ski" and not a "sky," and second of all, both his father and his mother were Lithuanian immigrants to the coal mining and steel producing regions of the American state of Pennsylvania. (Source: imdb.com) Hey, we all know the Jews run Hollywood, but I sincerely doubt Mr. Bronson is Jewish; not that I would really give a flying f^ck if he was or not. I like his movies all the same.

    However, let's get back on topic here. What sub-racial classification would we put him in? I'd say he has a most interesting face. The asiatic features are strong, which makes me think there is a lot of either deep interior Russian Ladoganism in him or possibly Hungarian Turkic elements in his background.

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    I would think he is something along the lines of a Pontid-Ostbaltid mixture. I can't see any Armenid or Orientalid, that to me, signifys significant Jewish ancestry.






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    Post Re: Charles Bronson

    "Be more careful when reading. I was talking about names in "sky", not names in "ski". Monica Lewinsky was not Monica Lewinski. Nor Mr Cybulski to be confused with the Jew Cybulsky."

    In that case, in Poland there are no jews.. I never met anyone who has "sky" name.
    I think that "sky" name cannot be consider typical for jews. Not in Poland.
    Of course some jews could have such a name. But again - not in Poland.

    As I said before polish jews usually have german sounding names like Stoltzman, Wildstein. OF course there are some jew with polish names like Roman Polanski.
    Some eastern European people could change their name during their emmigration. It is becouse slavic names are sometimes hard to pronounce to foreginers. But again I still think that changing to "sky" indicates nothing.

    PS. And I felt offended by: "a fair amount of Polish population is at least partly Jewish". Statistics shows that there are around 5.000 jews in Poland.
    Last edited by Kaledfwlch; Saturday, February 19th, 2005 at 07:20 AM.

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