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Baranov

Baranov (masculine) or Baranova (feminine) , also spelt Baranof, Baranoff, is a common Russian surname. It is derived from the sobriquet "баран" (argali, lamb). Notable people with the surname include:

  • Alexander Andreyevich Baranov, first governor of Russian Alaska
  • Alexander Ivanovich Baranov, Russian Army Colonel General
  • Alyaksandr Baranaw, Belarusian footballer
  • Anastasia Baranova, Russian American actress
  • Eduard Baranov, governor general of the Baltic provinces
  • Elena Baranova, Kyrgyzstan-born professional basketball player in America
  • Fedor I. Baranov, Russian fisheries scientists
  • Lyubov Baranova, Soviet cross-country skier
  • Mikhail Dmitriyevich Baranov, Soviet army officer, Hero of the Soviet Union
  • Mikhail Semyonovich Baranov, Soviet army officer, Hero of the Soviet Union
  • Natalia Baranova-Masolkina, Russian cross-country skier
  • Nikolay Varfolomeyevich Baranov, Soviet architect
  • Nikolay Baranov (politician), Russian politician
  • Nikolay Baranov (sprint canoer), Soviet sprint canoer
  • Oleksandr Baranov, Soviet and Ukrainian football player and coach
  • Pavel Baranov, Russian botanist
  • Pyotr Baranov, Russian military leader
  • Sergei Baranov (figure skater), Ukrainian ice dancer
  • Sergei Andreyevich Baranov, Russian volleyball player
  • Valery Baranov, Russian Colonel General
  • Veera Baranova, Estonian triple jumper
  • Victoria Baranova, Russian track cyclist
  • Viktor Baranov, Soviet army officer, Hero of the Soviet Union
  • Vitaliy Baranov, Ukrainian ice dancer
  • Vladimir Baranov, Russian astronomer and gravimetrist
  • Vladimir Baranov-Rossine, Russian Avant-garde artist
  • Yevgeni Viktorovich Baranov (b. 1985), Russian footballer
  • Yevgeni Zakharovich Baranov (1869–1934), Russian historian, see :ru:Баранов, Евгений Захарович
Baranov (disambiguation)

Baranov is a Russian surname.

Baranov or Baranof may also refer to: