Witold (given name)

Witold (given name)

Witold is a male given name used mostly in Germany and Poland.

It may refer to:

*Vytautas the Great (1350–1430), ruler of the Grand Duchy of Lithuania from 1392 to 1430
*Witold Baran (born 1939), Polish middle distance runner
*Witold Gombrowicz (1904–1969), Polish novelist and dramatist
*Witold Hurewicz (1904–1956), Polish mathematician
*Witold Lutosławski (1913–1994), Polish composer
*Witold Małcużyński (1914–1977), Polish pianist
*Witold Pilecki (1901–1948), founder of the Secret Polish Army (Tajna Armia Polska)
*Witold Pruszkowski (1846–1896), Polish painter
*Witold Rybczynski (born 1943), professor of Urbanism at the University of Pennsylvania
*Witold Tomczak (born 1957), Polish Member of the European Parliament
*Witold Wojtkiewicz (1879–1909), Polish painter

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