Todorov (Bulgarian : Тодоров), feminine Todorova (Bulgarian : Тодорова) is a Bulgarian surname. Notable people with the name include:
Markov, Markova, and Markoff are common surnames used in Russia and Bulgaria. Notable people with the name include:
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:
Stoykov – with its female form Stoykova – is a Bulgarian surname which is derived from the male given name Stoyko, which in itself comes from the imperative form стой of the Bulgarian verb стоя "to stand", "to stop."
Alexeyev, Alekseyev, Alexeiev, Alexeev or Alekseev is a common Russian surname that is derived from the male given name Alexey (Алексей) and literally means Alexey's. Often the same name appears in English in several different transliterations. Similarly, Alexeyeva, Alekseyeva, Alexeeva and Alekseeva are female versions of the same last name.
Melnikov is a surname of Russian origin. Like many surnames, it derives from an occupation. The root "мельник" (melnik) meaning miller, means 'one who mills grain'.
Andreyev is a common Russian surname. It derives from Andrei, the Russian form of "Andrew", making it roughly equivalent to "Andrews" or "Anderson". The name is also sometimes spelled Andreev, Andreeff, or Andrejew. Its feminine form is Andreyeva, which is also sometimes spelled Andreeva.
Nikolov, feminine Nikolova, is a Macedonian and Bulgarian patronymic and family name, derived from the personal name Nikola and may refer to:
Velikite Balgari was the Bulgarian spin-off of the 2002 program 100 Greatest Britons produced by the BBC. Aired on the Bulgarian National Television's Kanal 1, its first stage began on 9 June 2006 and finished on 10 December, with a show on 23 December announcing the names of the Top 100 as chosen by popular vote. The Top 10 were announced in alphabetical order. In the second stage, which lasted until 17 February 2007, the viewers determined the order in the Top 10. Documentaries dedicated to every Top 10 personality were aired during the second stage.
Ivanov, Ivanoff or Ivanow, or Ivanova is one of the most common surnames in Russia and Bulgaria. The surname is derived from the male given name Ivan and literally means "Ivan's".
Yordan is a given name and less often a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Petrov or Petroff or Petrova, is one of the most common surnames in Russia and Bulgaria. The surname is derived from the first name Pyotr or Petar and literally means Pyotr's or Petar's.
Iliev, feminine Ilieva is a Bulgarian surname derived from the personal name Iliya and may refer to:
Tsvetkov is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Vasilev or Vassilev, feminine Vassileva or Vassileva, is a Bulgarian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Todor Todorov may refer to:
Milanov is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Naydenov, Naidenov or Naydyonov is a Slavic masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Naydenova, Naidenova or Naydyonova. It may refer to