Family name origins & meanings
- Polish (Jagiełło) : from the personal name Jagiełło, Polish form of Lithuanian Jogaila. The Jagiellonian royal house of Poland was founded by the Lithuanian Władysław Jagiełło (Vlodislav Jogaila; 1348–1434), whose dynasty ruled the Kingdom of Poland and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania from 1386 to 1572. In most cases Jagiełło was adopted by Poles as a family name to suggest a connection with the dynasty, or in honor of royalty and the glorious period of Polish history that they represent.
- Polish (Jagiełło) : habitational name for someone from Jagiełła in Przemyśl voivodeship, or Jagiełły (Jogiliai), in Lithuania.