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Free Czech Genealogy Terms Download

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Free Czech genealogy terms form.

Researching your Czech ancestry can be difficult, especially if you aren’t familiar with the language. Keep this glossary of common genealogy terms handy as you research to save both time and frustration.

Grab your free PDF download of our Czech Genealogy Word List by clicking the button below this list.

EnglishCzech
baptismkrest, krestni
birthnarození, rodný
burialpohreb
Catholickatolický
childdítě, děcko, dět’áko
churchcírkev
countyokres
daughterdcera
deathúmrtí, smrt
farmerhospodár, chlap
fatherotec, táta
femaležena
first namekrestni jméno
godparent(s)kmotri
husbandmanžel, chot’, muž
Jew/Jewishžid, židové/židovsky
malemužký
marriagesnatek
mothermatka,máma
parentsrodice
registry/recordmatrika
servantsluha/služka
sonsyn
surnameprîjmení
townměsto
villageves, vesnice
wifemanželka, chot’

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