- A former monastery and a former village north-east of the city of Olomouc, nowadays a quarter of Olomouc.
The name Hradisko is from hradisko (“fortified settlement”), which had probably lied near the place already before the monastery was founded. Alternative theory suggests that the monastery started to be called this way because of the way in which it had been built.
The first evidence of the name is from 1126 when it was mentioned in a Latin text as Gradisch, which seems to be derived from a predecessor of the Czech hradiště (“fortified settlement”). Written evidence of the Czech name comes e. g. from 1515, when it was written as Hradisscze, later in 1526 it was spelled as Hradistie and in 1599 Hradisstie, all the forms corresponding to the modern spelling of the term for the fortified settlement hradiště. Later forms with central Moravian dialect ending -isko started appearing, such as Gradisko in 1633, and finally prevailed.
- Klášterní Hradisko (a former monastery and a former village north-east of the city of Olomouc, nowadays a quarter of Olomouc)
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