Titov (Russian : Тито́в), or female form Titova (Russian : Тито́ва) is a Russian surname. It may refer to:
Gherman Stepanovich Titov was a Soviet cosmonaut who, on 6 August 1961, became the second human to orbit the Earth, aboard Vostok 2, preceded by Yuri Gagarin on Vostok 1. He was the fourth person in space, counting suborbital voyages of US astronauts Alan Shepard and Gus Grissom. A month short of 26 years old at launch, he was the youngest person to fly in space until 2021 when Oliver Daemen flew on Blue Origin NS-16 at the age of 18. Since Daemen flew a suborbital mission, Titov remains the youngest man to fly in Earth orbit.
Alexandrov or Aleksandrov, Alexandroff, Aleksandrow or Alexandrova/Aleksandrova (feminine) is a Slavic surname derived from the name Alexander and common in Bulgaria and Russia. It is shared by the following people:
Vinogradov or Vinogradoff is a common Russian last name derived from the Russian word виноград. Vinogradova is a feminine version of the same name. Notable people with the surname include:
Nikolayev, also spelled Nikolaev, or Nikolayeva, is a Russian last name that is derived from the male given name Nikolay and literally means Nikolay's. It may refer to:
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:
Solovyov, Solovyev, Solovjev, or Soloviev is a Russian masculine surname, its feminine forms are Solovyova, Solovyeva or Solovieva. It derives from the first name or nickname Solovei (соловей), which also means nightingale in Russian. The surname may refer to the following people:
Belousov, feminine: Belousova is a Russian-Polish patronymic surname formed from the nickname Belous derived from Belye Usy, "White Moustache".
Berkovich is an Ashkenazi Jewish surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Bondarenko is a Ukrainian surname, used by the following people:
Serov is a Russian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Serova. Notable people with the surname include:
Romanenko is a Ukrainian surname which is derived from the first name Roman (Роман). It can refer to the following people:
Varlamov is a Russian or Ukrainian masculine surname, derived from the saint's name Barlaam. Its feminine counterpart is Varlamova. It may refer to:
Kotov and Kotova is a Russian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Novitsky or Novitskaya (feminine) is a surname of Slavic origin. It may refer to:
Titova may refer to:
German is a given name, often the Slavic form of Herman. For the Spanish given name pronounced with stress in the second syllable see Germán.
Kononenko is a surname that may refer to:
Dyomin or Demin is a Russian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Dyomina or Demina. It may refer to
Kartashov is a Russian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Kartashova. It may refer to:
Usachyov or Usachov is a Russian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Usachyova or Usachova. It may refer to