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Barsky (masculine), Barskaya (feminine), or Barskoye (neuter) may refer to:

  • Barsky (surname) (Barskaya), a surname
  • Barsky (rural locality) (Barskaya, Barskoye), several rural localities in Russia
  • Barsky Forest, a forest in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia
Barsky (surname)

Barsky is a mostly Jewish (and, more rarely, Ukrainian) surname. It is derived from the name of the town of Bar in Vinnytsia Oblast, Ukraine. The single masculine suffix -sky imparts the meaning "of Bar" or "from Bar". The feminine counterpart of this suffix is -skaya but this form is only used in Slavic-speaking countries. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Amie Barsky (born c. 1984), American reality television show contestant
  • Brian A. Barsky, American Professor of Computer Science and Vision Science
  • Edward K. Barsky (1885-1975), American surgeon and political activist
  • Ivan Hryhorovych-Barskyi (1713-1785), Ukrainian architect
  • Joseph Barsky (d. 1943), Russian Jewish architect
  • Paul Barsky, American talk radio personality
  • Rick Barsky, Canadian Green Party politician
  • Robert Barsky, American university professor
  • Tim Barsky, American musician
  • Vladimir Barsky (1889–1936), Russian film director and actor

Category:Russian-language surnames

Barsky (rural locality)

Barsky (; masculine), Barskaya (; feminine), or Barskoye (; neuter) is the name of several rural localities in Russia.