Titarenko (Ukrainian or Russian: Титаренко) is a gender-neutral Ukrainian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Zaytsev or Zaitsev is a common Russian last name. It stems from the word заяц and is related to the Slovak/Polish surname Zajac and to the Bulgarian/Macedonian surname Zaychev or Zaytchev (Зайчев). Zaytseva or Zaitseva (За́йцева) are the feminine versions of this surname.
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.
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.
Petrenko is a patronymic surname of Slavic origin derived from the first name Petro and effectively means of Peter/Peter's. Notable people with the surname include:
Voronov, Voronoff, Woronoff, or Voronova, is a common Russian surname derived from the word voron (raven). It may refer to the following notable people:
Tkachenko is a common Ukrainian surname. Tkachenko is the central and eastern Ukrainian version of the western Ukrainian surname Tkachuk, meaning "weaver". Like other Ukrainian names ending in -ko or -chenko, their heritage is rooted in the Polyans tribe that lived near modern-day Kyiv.
Bondarenko is a Ukrainian surname, used by the following people:
Biryukov and Biryukova is a common Russian surname derived from the word "бирюк".
Pavlichenko, Paulichenka or Paŭličenka is a Ukrainian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Lysenko or Lisenko is a Ukrainian surname. It most often refers to:
Pavlenko is a patronymic surname of Ukrainian origin. The surname is a derivative of the given name Pavlo.
Melnychenko or Melnichenko is a surname of Ukrainian-language origin. Derived from мельник, it means descendant of a miller. It is common in Ukraine, Russia, and Belarus. Notable people with the surname include:
Rudenko is a Ukrainian surname, derived from the adjective Ukrainian: рудий, which means 'red'. Notable people with the surname include:
Danylenko or Danilenko is a Ukrainian-language surname. Notable people with this surname include:
Kravets is a Ukrainian-language and Yiddish-language occupational surname meaning "tailor".
Shevtsov is a Russian-language surname derived from the Ukrainian term shvets for "cobbler/shoemaker", literally meaning "child of cobbler".
Stepanenko is a gender-neutral Ukrainian surname. It may refer to:
Stetsenko is a Ukrainian surname. Outside of Ukraine, it is also prevalent in Russia and found in the United States.
Petrovsky (masculine) and its feminine form Petrovskaya are Russian-language surnames. People with the surname include:
Pavlovsky is a Russian-language surname. The Ukrainian-language variant is Павловський, Pavlovskiy. Notable people with the surname include: