Tishkov (Russian : Тишко́в) is a Russian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Belyayev (masculine) or Belyayeva (feminine) is a Russian patronymic surname derived from the nickname Belyay/Belyai (Беляй), for white (blond) hair.
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.
Chebotaryov (masculine) or Chebotaryova (feminine) is a Russian surname. It is also spelled "Chebotarov", "Chebotarev", "Tschebotaröw", "Чеботарёв" (Russian), "Чоботарьов" (Ukrainian). 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.
Terentyev, or Terentyeva, is a Russian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Kovalenko is a very common Ukrainian surname.
Chernykh is a Russian surname that may refer to:
Kovalevich is a Slavic surname used in Russian and Ukrainian, Belarusian, and Polish cultures.
Lysenko is a Ukrainian surname. It most often refers to:
Belyakov or Belyakova, is a Russian surname, also transliterated as Beliakov and Beliakoff. It may refer to:
Volchek is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Antonov is a masculine Russian surname that is derived from the male given name Anton and literally means Anton's. I.e., it is a patronymic surname derived from the Antonius root name. Its feminine counterpart is Antonova. It may refer to:
Sapozhnikov or Sapozhnikova is a Russian surname, derived from the Russian word "сапожник" (cobbler/shoemaker/bootmaker). Notable people with the surname include:
Belenky, feminine: Belenkaya is a Russian-language surname, typically of people of Jewish origin. In 1972 it was the 14th most common Jewish surname in Moscow and the 16th in Leningrad.
Povarov is a Russian-language occupational surname derived from the word povar, "cook". Notable people with the surname include:
Portnov is a Russian-language occupational surname derived from the occupation of portnoy, "tailor" and literally meaning "<child> of the tailor".
Shevtsov is a Russian-language surname derived from the Ukrainian term shvets for "cobbler/shoemaker", literally meaning "child of cobbler".
Antonova is a feminine Russian surname that as the female version of Antonov is derived from the male given name Anton and literally means Anton's. I.e., it is a patronymic surname derived from the Antonius root name. It may refer to:
Karlovich is a surname. Notable people with this name include the following:
Petrovsky (masculine), Petrovskaya (feminine) is a Russian-language surname. Notable people with his surname include: