Timofey or Timofei (Russian : Тимофе́й) is a male Russian first name, derived from the Ancient Greek "Τιμόθεος"—Timotheos, "honoring a god". Timofey is a Russian variation of the name Timothy.
The male patronymic derived from this name is Timofeyevich (Тимофе́евич), and the female form is Timofeyevna (Тимофе́евна).
Alexey, Alexei, Alexie, Aleksei, or Aleksey is a Russian and Bulgarian male first name deriving from the Greek Aléxios (Αλέξιος), meaning "Defender", and thus of the same origin as the Latin Alexius.
Stepanov (Степанов), female Stepanova is a common Russian and Serbian surname that is derived from the male given name Stepan and literally means Stepan's. The Latvianized form is Stepanovs. Notable people with the surname include:
Semyonov (masculine), also transliterated as Semenov, Semenoff, and Semionov, or Semyonova is a common Russian last name. It is derived from the Russian male name Semyon and literally means Semyon's. It is transliterated in Estonian and Latvian as Semjonov.
Syomin (masculine) or Syomina (feminine), alternatively spelled Semin/Semina, is a Russian surname that is derived from Syoma, a diminutive of the male given name Semyon, and literally means Syoma's. It may refer to:
Arkhipov, or Arkhipova is a Russian surname that is derived from the male given name Arkhip and literally means Arkhip's.
Yuryev, sometimes spelled as Yuriev, or Yuryeva/Yurieva, is a Russian last name that is derived from the male given name Yury and literally means Yury's. It may refer to:
Ilyin or Ilin is a Russian masculine surname that is derived from the male given name Ilya and literally means Ilya's. its feminine counterpart is Ilyina or Ilina. It may refer to
Frolov, or Frolova is a Russian surname that is derived from the male given name Frol and literally means Frol's. It may refer to:
Artyom (Russian: Артём) is a male given name common in Russia and other Slavic-speaking countries. The name uses the "ё" letter, which can be transcribed to English as "e" but still has the "yo" sound. The Belarusian spelling is Арцём. A common diminutive form of the name is Tyoma (Тёма).
Abakumov or Abakumova is a Russian surname. Variants of this surname include Abakishin/Abakishina (Абаки́шин/Абаки́шина), Abakulov/Abakulova (Абаку́лов/Абаку́лова), Abakumkin/Abakumkina (Абаку́мкин/Абаку́мкина), Abakushin/Abakushina (Абаку́шин/Абаку́шина), Abakshin/Abakshina (Аба́кшин/Аба́кшина), Abbakumov/Abbakumova (Аббаку́мов/Аббаку́мова), Avakumov/Avakumova (Аваку́мов/Аваку́мова), Avvakumov/Avvakumova (Авваку́мов/Авваку́мова), and possibly Bakulin/Bakulina (Баку́лин/Баку́лина) and Bakunin/Bakunina (Баку́нин/Баку́нина).
Ageyev or Ageyeva is a Russian surname. Variants of this surname include Aggeyev/Aggeyeva (Агге́ев/Агге́ева), Ageyenko (Аге́енко), Ageyenkov/Ageyenkova (Аге́енков/Аге́енкова), Ageykin/Ageykina (Аге́йкин/Аге́йкина), Agin/Agina (А́гин/А́гина), Agish (Аги́ш), Agishev/Agisheva (Аги́шев/Аги́шева), Agishin/Agishina (Аги́шин/Аги́шина), Agishchev/Agishcheva (Аги́щев/Аги́щева), Agushev/Agusheva (Агу́шев/Агу́шева), Ogiyenko (Огие́нко), and Ogishin/Ogishina (Оги́шин/Оги́шина).
Gorbachev is a Russian surname. It derived from a word meaning "Hunchback". The Ukrainian equivalent is Horbanenko and the Belarusian equivalent is Harbachow.
Bocharov and Bocharova are respectively male and female Slavic occupational surnames derived from Bochar (бочар) which means cooper.
Timofeyev or Timofeyeva is a common Russian surname that is derived from the male given name Timofey and literally means Timofey's. It is shared by the following people:
Makarov/Makarova (masculine/feminine) is a Russian surname that is derived from the male given name Makar and literally means Makar's. It is the 29th most common Russian surname.
Myasnikov or Miasnikov is a Russian language family name. It derives from the Russian word myasnik or from the Armenian male name derived from the Persian name Misagh.
Yevsyukov or Yevsyukova is a Russian last name. Variants of this last name include Yevsikov/Yevsikova (Е́всиков/Е́всикова), Yevsyunin/Yevsyunina (Евсю́нин/Евсю́нина), Yevsyutin/Yevsyutina (Евсю́тин/Евсю́тина), Yevsyutkin/Yevsyutkina (Евсю́ткин/Евсю́ткина), Yevsyukhin/Yevsyukhina (Евсю́хин/Евсю́хина), Yevsyushin/Yevsyushina (Евсю́шин/Евсю́шина), and Yevsyushkin/Yevsyushkina (Евсю́шкин/Евсю́шкина).
Lapshin is a Russian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Lapshina. It may refer to
Mikhaylov or Mikhaylova, also transliterated as Mikhailov or Mihaylov, is a surname that is derived from the male given name Mikhail and literally means Mikhail's.
Yeryomin, Eryomin, Yeremin or Eremin is a Russian masculine surname. Its feminine counterpart is Yeryomina, Eryomina, Yeremina or Eremina. The surname is derived from the male given name Yeryoma and literally means Yeryoma's. People with this surname include: