Sokolov

Sokolov ( _ru. Соколов, masculine) or Sokolova ( _ru. Соколова, feminine) is one of the most common Russian last names. It is derived from the Russian word " _ru. сокол" ("sokol", falcon). It may refer to the following:

Places

*Sokolov (Sokolov District), a city in the Karlovy Vary Region of the Czech Republic; capital of Sokolov District
*Sokolov (village), a village ("khutor") in the Republic of Adygea, Russia

People

*Aleksandr Sergeyevich Sokolov (b. 1949), Russian politician
*Alexander Sokolov (b. 1955), Spanish sculptor
*Andrei Sokolov (b. 1963), French, ex-Russian chess player
*Andrei Vasilyevich Sokolov (1898-?), Soviet agrochemist
*Arsenij Sokolov (1910-1986), Russian physicist, coauthor of Sokolov-Ternov effect
*Boris Vadimovich Sokolov (b. 1957), philologist and historian
*Boris Sergeyevich Sokolov (1914-?), Soviet geologist, paleontologist, and academician
*Boris Pavlovich Sokolov (1897-?), Soviet plant breeder and selectionist, Hero of Socialist Labor
*Efrem Sokolov, former leader of the Byelorussian SSR
*Georgi Sokolov, Bulgarian footballer
*Grigory Sokolov (b. 1950), Russian pianist
*Dmitry Sokolov (1788-1852), Russian geologist
*Fyodor Sokolov (1841-1909] , Russian historian and philologist
*Ilya Sokolov (1777-1848), Gypsy singer and song writer
*Ivan Sokolov (b. 1968), Yugoslav-born Dutch chess player
*Ivan Glebovich Sokolov (b. 1960), Russian-born pianist and composer
*Ivan Mikhailovich Sokolov (1900-?), Soviet military leader
*Ivan Sokolov-Mikitov (1892-1975), Soviet writer
*James Sokolove (1944-), pioneer in legal television advertising in the U.S.
*Lazar Sokolov, Macedonian academic
*Lydia Sokolova, English ballerina
*Lyubov Sokolova, Russian actress (imdb-name|0812492|Lyubov Sokolova; [http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0812492/bio bio] )
*Maxim Sokolov, Russian hockey player
*Nahum Sokolow (1859-1936), Jewish Hebrew language writer and Zionist leader
*Natalia Sokolova, Russian model and actress
*Nikolay Sokolov, name of several people
*Oleg Sokolov, member of the Odessa Group
*Pavel Sokolov (1764-1835), Russian sculptor
*Pavel Sokolov-Skalya (1899-1961), Soviet painter and graphic artist
*Pyotr Fyodorovich Sokolov (1791-1848), Russian painter
*Pyotr Petrovich Sokolov (painter) (1821-1899), Russian painter and graphic artist
*Pyotr Petrovich Sokolov (soccer player) (1890-1971), Russian football player and spy
*Raymond Sokolov (b. 1941), American culinary journalist
*Sasha Sokolov (b. 1943), Russian writer
*Sergei Sokolov (b. 1911), Russian military leader
*Sergei Yakovlevich Sokolov (1897-1957), Soviet physisist
*Stanislav Sokolov (b. 1947), Russian animator
*Lay-ascetic Theodore Sokolov
*Vasili Sokolov (1874-1959), Russian revolutionary and party journalist
*Victor Sokolov, Russian-American dissident journalist and a priest
*Vladimir Sokolov (1928-?), Soviet poet
*Vladimir Dmitriyevich Sokolov (1855-1917), Russian geologist and hydrogeologist
*Vladimir Yevgenyevich Sokolov (1928-?), Soviet zoologist and academician
*Vladislav Sokolov (1908-?), Soviet choir conductor and composer, People's Artist of the USSR
*Yegor Sokolov (1750-1824), Russian architect
*Elena Sokolova, Russian figure skater
*Yuri Sokolov, Russian folklorist

Fictional characters

*Nikolai Stephanovich Sokolov from "Metal Gear Solid 3"

Animals

*Polyrhachis sokolova, a species of ants

ee also

*Sokoloff
*Sokolow


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