Origin: Slavic; Also a common surname among Latvian Roma (Gypsies).
Meaning: Derived from the Russian "козёл" (kozyol) meaning "goat" as well as a variety of offensive slang terms.
Old Spellings: Koslowski, Kozlowski, Kozlovski
Cyrillic Spelling: Козловскис, Козловский
Handwritten Cyrillic: To be added
Variations and Alternate Spellings: Kozlovska, Kozlovs, Kozlova, Kozlovka
Related Surnames: Unknown
Possible place name borrowing? Yes
Attested Locations: Ikšķile, Istra, Kaunata, Kurmāle, Saldus, Šķaune
Famous individuals with this surname: Unknown