@zasiedko The suffix -ko is also used for making diminutives and there are also surnames that were created this way, for example Kňažko (from kňaz). There are also Pročko, Tlučko, etc. They’re not solely Belarusian.
I suppose Belarusian surnames ending with -ko mean something like junior or like Nordic -son, meaning the first bearer of the surname was a child of someone that was named like that surname without the -ko suffix.


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