Tolmachyov or Tolmachev (Russian : Толмачёв) is a Russian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Tolmachyova or Tolmacheva. It may refer to:
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Kozlov or Kozlova is a Russian surname. It derives from the sobriquet "козёл". Notable people with the surname include:
Rodionov is a common Russian last name, and may refer to several people:
Zinchenko or Зинченко may refer to:
Tatyana Aleksandrovna Tolmachova, néeGranatkina was a former Soviet figure skater, figure skating coach and one of the founders of Soviet figure skating school, Honoured Master of Sports of the USSR. She started skating as single skater and represented the club of Dynamo in the 1930s. Then she moved to pair skating with partner Alexander Tolmachev.
Kuzmin or Kuzmina is a Russian and Ukrainian surname that is derived from the male given name Kuzma and literally means Kuzma's. It may refer to:
Komarov is a Russian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Komarova. It may refer to
Larin or Larín is a given name and a surname. As a surname, in Slavic countries it is used only for men, while the feminine counterpart is Larina. It may refer to
Vladimir Aleksandrovich Tolmachyov is a Russian football player. He plays for FC Zenit Irkutsk.
Nikolai Gurevich Tolmachyov was a Bolshevik, member of the February and October Revolutions, the Civil War, a political worker of the Red Army, one of the first military commissars.
Vladimir Tolmachyov may refer to: