Trofimenko or Trofymenko (Трофименко) is a Ukrainian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Berezovsky or Berezowski is a surname of Slavic-language origin. Family nest of Berezovsky (gentry) is Bereziv village in Ivano-Frankivsk region, Ukraine.
Stepanov (Степанов) is a common Russian and Serbian surname that is derived from the male given name Stepan and literally means Stepan's. Notable people with the surname include:
Slutsky is a Belarusian, Russian, and Ashkenazi Jewish surname that derived from Slutsk in Belarus. The Jewish family name 'Slutsky' is an Ashkenazized form of It is shared by the following people:
Voloshin, Woloshin, Voloshyn or Woloshyn is a Ukrainian and Russian masculine surname. It comes from the dated exonym Volokh. Its feminine forms are Voloshina, Woloshina, Voloshyna or Woloshyna.
Zaytsev or Zaitsev is a common Russian last name. It stems from the word заяц and is related to the Slovak/Polish surname Zajac and to the Bulgarian/Macedonian surname Zaychev or Zaytchev (Зайчев). Zaytseva or Zaitseva (За́йцева) are the feminine versions of this surname.
Kovalyov, often written as Kovalev, or its feminine variant Kovalyova, Kovaleva (Ковалёва), is a common Russian surname, an equivalent of the English surname Smithson. Due to the ambiguous status of the Cyrillic letter yo, the surname may be written with the Cyrillic letter ye instead, though literate Russian speakers always pronounce it yo.
Doroshenko is a Ukrainian surname and a village name. The surname and village may refer to:
Bondarenko is a Ukrainian surname, used by the following people:
Matviyenko, sometimes transliterated Matviienko, Matvijenko, or Matvienko, is a patronymic surname of Ukrainian origin. It is derived from the first name Matviy, equivalent to English Matthew.
Kovalenko is a very common Ukrainian surname.
Paulauskas is the masculine form of a Lithuanian family name. Of Slavic origin; Polish counterpart: Pawlowski, Russian and Ukrainian: Pavlovsky. Its feminine forms are: Paulauskienė and Paulauskaitė.
Volobuev, Volobuiev, or Volobuyev is a surname, and may refer to:
Panchenko is a common Ukrainian surname. It may refer to:
Zelenko is a Ukrainian language surname that is derived from the word "zeleny" ("зелений"), which means "green".
Buryak is a Ukrainian surname that may refer to:
Pavlenko is a patronymic surname of Ukrainian origin. The surname is a derivative of the given name Pavlo.
Danylenko or Danilenko is a Ukrainian-language surname. Notable people with this surname include:
Melnik, Melnick or Melnyk is a gender-neutral Slavic occupational surname literally meaning "miller". The surname may refer to:
Brusilovsky, Brussilovsky, Brusilovskiy or Brusilovski is a Ukrainian masculine surname; its feminine counterpart is Brusilovskaya, Brussilovskaya or Brusilovska. It is also an adjective derived from the closely related Russian surname Brusilov. The origin of both surnames was traced to the verb брусить meaning mumble;. According to other sources the immediate origin of surname Brusilovsky is the Ukrainian town Brusilov.
Kachur is a surname. Notable people with the surname include: