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László

László (Hungarian pronunciation: ) is a Hungarian male given name and surname after the King-Knight Saint Ladislaus I of Hungary (1077–1095). Other versions are Laszlo, Lazlo or Laszly and it is frequently anglicized as Leslie. It originates from the original Slavic version of the name, Vladislav, which means 'one who commands glory'.

People with this name are listed below by field.

Contents

  • Given name 1
    • Science and mathematics 1.1
    • Politics and the military 1.2
    • Music 1.3
    • Film 1.4
    • Sports 1.5
    • Other 1.6
    • Fictional characters 1.7
  • Surname 2
    • Science and mathematics 2.1
    • Music 2.2
    • Film 2.3
    • Sports 2.4
    • Other 2.5
    • Fictional characters 2.6
  • See also 3

Given name

Science and mathematics

Politics and the military

Music

Film

Sports

Other

Fictional characters

Surname

Science and mathematics

Music

Film

  • Andrew Laszlo (b. 1926) Hungarian-American cinematographer
  • Ernest Laszlo (1898-1984), Hungarian-American cinematographer and Academy Award winner

Sports

Other

Fictional characters

  • Victor Laszlo, from the 1942 film Casablanca, played by Paul Henreid

See also

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