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Tikhonov (Russian: Ти́хонов; masculine), sometimes spelled as Tychonoff, or Tikhonova (Ти́хонова; feminine) is a Russian surname that is derived from the male given name Tikhon, the Russian form of the Greek name Τύχων (Latin form: Tycho), and literally means Tikhon's. It may refer to:


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