Tishchenko, Tischenko or Tyshchenko (Ukrainian : Тищенко) is a gender-neutral Ukrainian surname that may refer to
Yefremov or Efremov and Yefremova or Efremova is a common Russian surname. It is derived from the male given name Yefrem and literally means Yefrem's. Yefrem is the Russian form of the Hebrew name Ephraim, first used by the Israelite patriarch of that name. In Hebrew, the name means "fruitful, fertile and productive". The following individuals refer to Yefremov.
Moroz is a surname meaning "frost" in Ukrainian and Russian. The surname is particularly common in Ukraine and, to a lesser extent, in Russia. It is a cognate of Maroz (Belarusian), Mróz (Polish), and Mráz. Morozs is the Latvian adaptation of the surname.
Popov, or Popova, is a common Russian, Bulgarian, Macedonian and Serbian surname. Derived from a Slavonic word pop. The fourth most common Russian surname, it may refer to:
Yurchenko is a Ukrainian patronymic surname that comes from the name Yuriy (George). It may refer to:
Baranov (masculine) or Baranova (feminine) is a common Russian surname. It is derived from the sobriquet "баран". Notable people with the surname include:
Kovalyov, often written as Kovalev, or its feminine variant Kovalyova, Kovaleva (Ковалёва), is a common Russian surname, an equivalent of the English surname Smithson. Due to the ambiguous status of the Cyrillic letter yo, the surname may be written with the Cyrillic letter ye instead, though literate Russian speakers always pronounce it yo.
Nazarov, or Nazarova is a Russian family name of Rurik stock. The surname derives from the given name Nazar (for Slavic peoples） or Nazarbay.
Polyakov or Poliakov,, or Polyakova, Paliakova is a Slavic surname. It may be transliterated as Poliakoff. Notable people with the surname include:
Trofimov is a Russian family name derived from the first name Trofim and literally meaning "Trofim's". The Ukrainian-language form is transliterated in the same as Russian; the Belarusian-language form is Trafimau/Trafimaw.
Kravtsov is a Russian language surname, of Western Slavic origin "krawc" coming from Polish form for krawiec/kravets, "tailor". The official transcription for time of Russian Empire and during Russian Civil War was Krawtzoff.
Kovalevich is a Slavic surname used in Russian and Ukrainian, Belarusian, and Polish cultures.
Lysenko or Lisenko is a Ukrainian surname. It most often refers to:
Kononenko is a surname. It may refer to:
Turchin or Turchyn is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Yemelyanov or Emelyanov is a Russian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Yemelyanova or Emelyanova. It may refer to
Kirichenko is a gender-neutral Ukrainian surname.
Klimov is a Russian male surname, its feminine counterpart is Klimova (Климова). It may refer to
Stepanenko is a gender-neutral Ukrainian surname. It may refer to:
Sidorov or Sidorova is a common Russian last name derived from the male given name Sidor and literally means Sidor's.