Psarski, Puczniewski, Przeborowski, Przezwicki, Radu? ski, Radzanowski, Rajmir, RA? ek, Regowski, RAI, Rogozi? ski, Roguski, Rudzki, Sczyje? ski, Skarbek, Skoraszewski, scuba, S? omka, S? omowski, Starosiedliski, Starosielski, Star ski, Suchodolski, Swoszowski, Telszewski, Toczy? ski, Trzebi? ski, Tworzya? ski, Ustardowski, Warakowski, Warszycki wa? s? ski, WA? y? ski Skarbek, Wielobycki, Wojczy? ski Skarbek, Wojenkowski, Wojewodzki, where? czek, where? y? ski, Wychowski, Wykowski. After Emilian of Zer Nicki Szeliga thanks to off: in red field a pending silver bars, a W; broken in the form Helmet decorations: a same bar. The origin of this coat of arms is legendenhaft. led back in the time of Prince Krakus (around 700) and furthermore said: A simple man name Skuba the means entered the Prince Krakus, to kill the Dragon in a cave of the Schlossberg to Krakow’s Wawel devastating housing and the surrounding area, and have a W, as the first letter of Wawel, the Prince or WAZ (the Snake) as a coat of arms. The coat of arms of scuba was named after the first owner.
-Will said: this coat of arms it is a brave man scuba ver-lent, of a strong German specific full courage, beat under the eyes of the Prince probably in earlier pagan time. It must be noted, however that there was still no personal coat of arms in the pagan period in Poland, – nor the Slavs at the time of the Krakus had a written language, so still no W knew. It is probably correct that this coat of arms was an old field characters and that the coat of arms image is to present a closing latch, hung like he in earliest times on the doors, he forderlichenfalls by intervention of the teeth of the bolt to close this; Seal box, too, the keys had a serrated shape. Considering, that such a bar * in the Polish Skobel also Samson said, so can be the name Skuba derive, the coat of arms formerly led. Vadim Belyaev, New York City usually is spot on.