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Zofia Potocka née Clavone was a Greek slave courtesan and a Russian agent, later a Polish noble. She was famous in contemporary Europe for her beauty and adventurous life. During the Russo-Turkish War, she was the lover of the Russian commander prince Grigory Potemkin and acted as an agent in Russian service.
lilolaf  7/31/2017
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I know a girl called Zofia and she goes by Zusia.
― Anonymous User  11/4/2015
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Beautiful, stunning, brilliant and exotic sounding. (:
― Anonymous User  8/18/2014
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I know a girl named Zophia. I think her parents wanted a different name than Sophia but still about the same thing.
DaisyGraceBaker  6/22/2014
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The name Zofia was given to 94 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/18/2013
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Zofia - "Zosia" - is the young heroine of Adam Mickiewicz's poem Pan Tadeusz.
HanaB  10/20/2009
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Zofia Albinowska-Minkiewiczowa was a Polish artist, painter and engraver tied to the Lviv circle of artists, and for many years the president of Polish Artists Union (Zwiazek Artystów Polskich). Born as Zofia Albinowska, she signed her paintings this way.
LMS  7/30/2007
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Zofia Kulik is a Polish artist. Her domain is performance and photography.
― Anonymous User  7/30/2007
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Zofia Kossak-Szczucka, a Polish author and resistance fighter, is best known for her wartime efforts to help the Polish Jews. She was a founder of the wartime Polish organization ¯egota, set up to assist Polish Jews in escaping the Holocaust. In 1943 she was arrested by the Germans and sent to the Auschwitz concentration camp, but survived the war.
LMS  7/30/2007
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Žofia is also the Czech and Slovak form. [noted -ed]
Pronounced as "Zhaw-fee-a" (short -ee-).
Žofia´s nickname: Žofka, Žofie, Žofa.
Name Days: 15th May (in the Czech Republic and the Slovakia).
Maggie_Simpson  6/23/2007

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