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Toles or Tole is a surname. It is derived from either Greek Tolis (a short form of the personal name Apostolis), from an alternate form of the English surname Tole (from the Old English personal name Tola, or Tolles), or also from Scandinavian origin (Old Norse Toli), or from India.

Notable people with the surname include:

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