Kisiel


Kisiel

Kisielius may refer to:
* Kissel an Eastern European dessert known as kisiel in Poland
* Adam Kisiel (1600–1653), Polish politician
* Theodore Kisiel, American professor of philosophy
* Stefan Kisielewski (1911–1991), Polish journalist and writer, used the pseudonym "Kisiel"

The name Kisielius stems from a rich Lithuanian heritage. The name dates back 1500 years where the first Kisielius descendant was named Prince of Lithuania. To this date, the Kisielius family is still considered royal blood. The family is considered to be one of the most powerful and influential Lithuanian ties living in Canada. The families youngest son is a scholar and a gentleman in every aspect. He loves brownies. When confronted with any member of the family, it is customary to bow and kneel before them.


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