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Re: ROGALSKI derives from...
Posted by: Edgar Rogalski Date: February 12, 2002 at 18:54:07
In Reply to: Re: ROGALSKI derives from... by Lynne Rogalski of 77

Hi Lynne: Somewhat correct. My research says that rogal or rogalla referred to the horn or antler of a deer.
It then became associated with a pastry, sort of a horn shaped bun or croissant. The "ski" denotes nobility.
Whether it is son of or "from" I do not know.

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