Tikhomirov (Russian : Тихомиров, female Tikhomirova (Тихомирова)) is a Russian surname, which may refer to:
Nikolayev, also spelled Nikolaev, or Nikolayeva, is a Russian last name that is derived from the male given name Nikolay and literally means Nikolay's. It may refer to:
Volkov, or Volkova, is a common Russian surname. It is derived from the word волк.
Dmitriyev or Dmitriev is a common Russian surname that is derived from the male given name Dmitry and literally means Dmitry's. It may refer to:
Novikov, Novikoff or Novikova is one of the most common Russian surnames. Derived from novik - a teenager on military service who comes from a noble, boyar or cossack family in Russia of 16th-18th centuries. It may refer to:
Ulyanov, or Ulyanova is a common Russian last name and may refer to several people:
Davydov, or Davydova, is a surname common in Russia and Ukraine.
Martynov, or Martynova is a common Russian last name. It is derived from the male given name Martyn and literally means 'Martyn's'. It may refer to:
Kravchenko, also Krawchenko, Krawczenko or Kravtchenko is a common Ukrainian surname, widely found in the former Soviet Union and respective diasporas abroad. It is an occupational surname of patronymic derivation, based on the occupation of kravets (кравець), or 'tailor' and literally meaning "child of tailor". Other Ukrainian surnames of similar derivation are Kravchuk and Kravets.
Vladimirov or Vladimirova is a Russian and Bulgarian surname, that is derived from the male given name Vladimir and literally means Vladimir's.
Vorobyov, Vorobiev, Vorobyev and Vorobyova is a common Russian surname derived from the Russian word воробей.
Sergeyev is a common Russian last name that is derived from the male given name Sergey and literally means Sergey's. It may refer to:
Osipov, Osipova, or Ossipoff is a Russian surname that is derived from the male given name Osip and literally means Osip's. Notable people with the surname include:
Dobrovolsky, sometimes spelled Dobrovolskiy or Dobrovolski, or Dobrovolskaya, is a Russian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Yefimov, sometimes spelled Efimov, or Yefimova is a Russian last name and may refer to:
Ponomaryov, also spelled Ponomariov or Ponomarev, or Ponomaryova is a Russian language patronymic surname derived from the nickname Ponomar ("sexton"), and literally meaning "sexton's son". The nickname "Ponomar" has also become a surname. The Ukrainian language counterpart is "Ponomarenko".
Zuyev, sometimes spelled as Zuev, or Zuyeva, is a Russian last name derived from the word зуй. It may refer to:
Kiselyov/Kiseliov/Kiselev or Kiselyova/ Kiseleva is a Russian surname, derived from the word "kissel". It may refer to:
Yevdokimov (Евдокимов), alternatively spelled as Evdokimov (masculine), or Yevdokimova is a Russian surname. Notable people with it include:
Plotnikov is a Russian-language occupational surname derived from the occupation of carpenter. Sometimes it may be transliterated as Plotnikoff.
Klimov is a Russian male surname, its feminine counterpart is Klimova (Климова). It may refer to