Trąby coat of arms

Trąby coat of arms
Trąby
Trąby Coat of Arms
Battle cry: various
Details
Alternative names Brzezina, Trąby II, Trąby Odmienne, Tuba
Earliest mention 1398
Towns Jordanów, Dukla, Węgrów, Gmina Przygodzice, Krnov (cz)
Families 188 altogether: Baraniecki, Birzanski, Bleszynski, Boleslawski, Brzezinski, Chaszajdarowicz, Chaszajewicz, Chwalczewski, Ciarnowski, Ciazynski, Ciborowski, Ciecicza, Cyryna, Czaszawski, Czaszynski, Czasnicki, Dawidowicz, Dewicz, Dobinski, Dogiel, Doluski, Dowgielt, Dowgielt, Dowiakowski, Dyakowski, Dzieczkowski, Dziewaltowski, Dziewialtowski Gintowt, Dziokowski, Falczewski, Gasciewicz, Gekowicz, Gintowicz, Gintowt, Gintowtt, Gorzkowski, Grobicki, Hawryllo, Horoch, Hreczycha, Hreczyna, Hryczyna, Hrydziewicz, Iskrzycki, Iwankiewicz, Iwaszkiewicz, Iwaszkowicz, Janakowski, Jardanowski, Jaszczold, Jaszkiewicz, Jaszkowicz, de Johne Jordan z Zakliczyna, Jonakowski, Jordan, Jordanowski, Jurgiowski, Jurhiewicz, Karaszewicz, Kielkiewicz, Kierdej, Kirklewski, Klichnowski, Klichowski, Kolecki, Kolinski, Kolnicki, Kolek, Komajewski, Konkowski, Kosmowski, Kowienicki, Kowinicki, Kownicki, Kowzan, Krakowka, Krakowski, Krzykawski, Kumajewski, Kumanowski, Kumorowski, Kurylowski, Lewkowski, Lutowienski, Lakorski, Letowienski, Michniewski, Michniowski, Michnowski, Mielakowski, Mielakowski, Miekicki, Miekiski, Milakowski, Mleczko, Narbut, Narbutt, Niewier, Niewodzinski, Ocicki, Oczycki, Ostyk, Ostykowicz, Oscik, Oscikowicz, Oscikowski, Osnialowski, Osmialowski, Otffinowski, Otfinowski, Oticz, Otwinowski, Pankiewicz, Pankowicz, Piecek, Pieckiewicz, Piecko, Piekiewicz, Piekiewicz, Pienkiewicz, Pienkowski, Pietkiewicz, Pietkiewicz, Piwka, Piwko, Plowienski, Plowinski, Ponkiewicz, Prot, Pszonka, Radziwill, Rogulski, Romaszkiewicz, Rozwadowski, Rusanowski, Rusianowski, Russagowski, Russanowski, Sadkowski, Sierski, Sirewicz, Siruc, Skop, Skopnik, Sobocki, Sobeslaw, Sobczak, Sosniecki, Sosnicki,Spytkowscy, Stanczykiewicz, Stanczykiewicz, Stecher, Stojowski, Stojowski Jordan, Strzalka, Swiatorzecki, Swierczowski, Swierszczowski, Swietorzecki, Swierczowski, Swietorzecki, Tokaczewski, Tokara, Tokarzewski, Traba, Tromba, Truszowski, Walawski, Waniorski, Warzycki, Wierszul, Wierszul, Wierszult, Wiesicki, Winiarski, Wincza, Wloczewski, Wojna, Wojno, Wojnowicz, Wolda, Woyna, Woyno, Wylam, Zbrawski, Zwiachelski, Zwiacholski, Zagiel, Zebrawski, Zorawski Jordan,

Trąby (Polish pronunciation: [ˈtrɔmbɨ], Horns) is a Polish coat of arms. It was used by several szlachta (noble) families under the Kingdom of Poland and the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth.

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History

Traby coat of arms in Baranow-Sandomierski castle

The origin of the horn motif lies in the extent of lands conceded being determined by the distance a horn could be heard in all directions.

Blazon

Argent three bugle horns in triangle the mouthpieces conjoined in fess point Sable garnished, virolled and corded Or.

Notable bearers

Notable bearers of this Coat of Arms have included:

See also


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