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Tonev (Bulgarian : Тонев) is a Bulgarian masculine surname, its feminine counterpart is Toneva. It may refer to

Bulgarian language South Slavic language

Bulgarian, is an Indo-European language and a member of the Southern branch of the Slavic language family.

Aleksandar Tonev Bulgarian footballer

Aleksandar Antonov Tonev is a Bulgarian professional footballer who plays as a winger for Botev Plovdiv and the Bulgarian national team.

Dimo Tonev is a former Bulgarian male volleyball player. He was part of the Bulgaria men's national volleyball team at the 1988 Summer Olympics, 1994 FIVB Volleyball Men's World Championship and 1996 Summer Olympics. During the opening ceremony of the 1996 Summer Olympics he was the flag bearer for Bulgaria. He played for Olympiacos in Greece.

Irina Toneva Russian musician

Irina Ilyinichna Toneva is a Russian singer, one of three vocalists of girl group Fabrika. In 2002 she took part in first Star Factory project where Fabrika was formed and finished second.

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Petya Toneva Strashilova is a retired Bulgarian middle-distance runner who specialized in the 800 and 1500 metres.

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Nikola Tonev is a Macedonian football defender, who last played for Tobol.

Milen Tonev is a Bulgarian footballer who currently plays for Botev Lukovit as a forward.

Tsvetelin Tonev is a Bulgarian footballer who currently plays as a midfielder for Hebar Pazardzhik.

Plamen Tonev Iliev is a Bulgarian footballer currently playing as a winger for Spartak Pleven.

Petya Gavazova is a Bulgarian former competitive figure skater. As a single skater, she represented Bulgaria at two European Championships, three World Championships, and the 1988 Winter Olympics in Calgary. She later partnered with Nikolay Tonev to compete in ice dancing. The duo appeared at two Worlds and one Europeans.

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Gospodin Tonchev Tonev is a Bulgarian teacher, translator, and politician. He also lectures at seminars on the social market economy and the value foundations of politics. He is founder, owner and editor of the site "Values and Community".

Dimo may refer to the following people: