Piotr


Piotr

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Piotr ( IPA2|ˈpjɔtr) is a Polish given name, equivalent to English "Peter." Its diminutive forms include Piotrek, Piotruś, Piotrusiek, Pietruszka.

It is also used in Russian as an alternative spelling of Pyotr.

Name days

Individuals named Piotr may choose their name day from the following dates:
* January 3, 5, 9, 10, 16, 18, 28, 31
* February 2, 5, 8, 21, 23, 24
* March 2, 10, 12, 14, 23, 30
* April 6, 15, 26, 28, 29, 30
* May 3, 7, 8, 13, 15, 19, 22
* June 2, 3, 7, 23, 29
* July 2, 7, 8, 12, 25, 30
* August 1, 2, 3, 6, 11, 18, 27, 29, 30
* September 2, 9, 10, 12, 17, 23, 25
* October 3, 18, 19
* November 7, 16, 21, 24, 26
* December 4, 6, 9, 21, 25

People and characters with the name Piotr

Real people

*Piotr Adamczyk (b. 1972) - Polish actor
*Piotr Andrejew (b. 1947) - Polish film director
*Piotr Fyodorovich Anjou (1796-1869) - Russian admiral, explorer
*Piotr Anweiler (b. 1961) - software entrepreneur
*Piotr Bagnicki (b. 1980) - Polish football player
*Piotr Bania (b. 1973) - Polish football player
*Piotr Bartkowiak (b. 1975) - Polish football player
*Piotr Ignacy Bieńkowski (1865–1925) - Polish scholar, archaeologist, professor
*Piotr Bikont (b. 1955) - Polish journalist
*Piotr Brożek (b. 1983) - Polish football player
*Piotr Celeban (b. 1985) - Polish football player
*Piotr Cybulski (b. 1955) - Polish politician
*Piotr Czerniawski (b. 1976) - Polish poet
*Piotr Dolgov (?-1962) - Soviet soldier
*Piotr Drzewiecki - Former President of Warsaw
*Piotr Dziewicki (b. 1979) - Polish football player
*Piotr Feliks (1883 - 1941) - Polish political activist
*Piotr Firlej (?-1553) - Polish nobleman
*Piotr Fronczewski (b. 1946) - Polish singer and actor
*Piotr Gadzinowski (b. 1957) - Polish politician
*Piotr Gamrat (1487-1545)- Polish clergy (former Primate of Poland)
*Piotr Gawryś (b. 1955) - Polish champion of contract bridge
*Piotr Gembicki (1585-1657) - Polish politician
*Piotr Giza (b. 1980) - Polish football player
*Piotr Haczek (b. 1977) - Polish athlete (track)
*Piotr Ikonowicz (b. 1956) - Polish politician
*Piotr Iwanicki (b. 1984) - Wheelchair dancing world champion
*Piotr Jaroszewicz (1909-1992) - Polish politician
*Piotr Krzywicki (b. 1964) - Polish politician
*Piotr Lato (b. 1979) - Polish singer
*Piotr Markiewicz (b. 1973) - Polish Olympian (kayak)
*Piotr Michał Czartoryski (1909-1993) - Polish noble
*Piotr Michałowski (1800-1855) - Polish painter
*Piotr Mieszkowski (?-1648) - Polish clergy
*Piotr Misztal (b. 1965) - Polish politician
*Piotr Misztal (b. 1987) - Polish football player
*Piotr Mowlik (b. 1951) - Polish football player
*Piotr Murdzia (b. 1975) - Polish chess champion
*Piotr Naszarkowski - Polish engraver
*Piotr Nowak (b. 1964) - Polish football player
*Piotr Nowina-Konopka (b. 1949) - Polish politician
*Piotr Nowosielski (b. 1988) - Polish football player
*Piotr Opaliński (1586-1624) - Polish noble
*Piotr Ożarowski (1725-1794) - Polish noble
*Piotr Piekarski (b. 1964) - Polish athlete
*Piotr Półtorak - Polish guitarist
*Piotr Reiss (b. 1972) - Polish football player
*Piotr Rubik (b. 1968) - Polish composer
*Piotr Rysiukiewicz (b. 1974) - Polish sprinter
*Piotr Shabelsky-Bork (b. 1893) - Russian assassin
*Piotr Skarga (1536–1612) - Polish Jesuit
*Piotr Skrobowski (b. 1961) - Polish football player
*Piotr Skuratowicz (1891-1940) - Polish soldier
*Piotr Smoleński (?-1942) - Polish mathematician, cryptographer
*Piotr Sobocinski (1958-2001) - Polish cinematographer
*Piotr Stolyarsky (1871-1944) - Ukrainian violinist
*Piotr Sztompka (b. 1944) - Polish professor
*Piotr Ślusarczyk (b. 1979) - Polish politician
*Piotr Świerczewski (b. 1972) - Polish football player
*Piotr Il'yich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) - Nineteenth century Russian composer
*Piotr Tokarski (b. 1971) - Polish actor
*Piotr Trochowski (b. 1984) - German football player (Polish origin)
*Piotr Nikolaievich Troubetzkoy (1773-1801) - Russian prince
*Piotr Trubecki (?–1644) - Polish prince
*Piotr Ugrumov - Latvian cyclist
*Piotr Wach - Polish politician
*Piotr Wadecki (b. 1973) - Polish cyclist
*Piotr S. Wandycz - Polish-American historian
*Piotr Wawrzeniuk - Polish vocalist, drummer
*Piotr Wawrzyniak (1849-1910) - Polish priest and economist
*Piotr Wilniewczyc (1887-1960) - Polish engineer and arms constructor
*Piotr Wiwczarek (b. 1965) - Polish guitarist and vocalist
*Piotr Woźniak (b. 1956) - Polish politician
*Piotr Wysocki (1797-1875) - Polish soldier
*Piotr Włostowic (ca. 1080-1153) - Polish noble
*Piotr Zaev (b. 1953) - Soviet boxer
*Piotr Zbylitowski (1569-1659) - Polish poet
*Piotr z Bogorii i Skotnik (?-1283) - Polish noble
*Piotr z Goniądza (ca. 1525-1573) - Polish politician, religious writer
*Piotra Sych (1912-1963) - Belarusian writer, journalist

Fictional

*Piotr Skut - fictional comic book character
*Piotr Rasputin - fictional Marvel superhero in the X-Men, better known as Colossus.
*Piotr Zak - fictional Polish composer
*Piotr Vorkosigan - fictional nobleman and general in the Vorkosigan Saga

ee also

* Polish name
* Piotrków Trybunalski


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