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  Sokolov ( , masculine) or Sokolova ( , feminine) is one of the top ten most common Russian family names and has Cossack roots.Никонов Ð’. А. "Словарь русских фамилий". Соколов. Сост. Е. Л. Крушельницкий. Москва, Школа-Пресс, 1993. 224 с.
The name derives from the Russian word " " (sokol, meaning "falcon"). It may appear in Germanized form as Sokoloff or Sokolow.

Geographical distribution

As of 2014, of all known bearers of the surname Sokolov, the following countries had, as residents, the following shares of the international population of persons bearing the name:
  • 79.8% - Russia (where the frequency was 1 in 763)
  •  5.8% - Ukraine (1 in 3,335)
  •  3.8% - Uzbekistan (1 in 3,435)
  •  2.6% - Belarus (1 in 1,524)
  •  2.4% - Kazakhstan (1 in 3,004)
  •  1.1% - Turkmenistan (1 2,119)
  •  1.0% - Bulgaria (1 in 2,947)
*The worst case limit of the error attributable ‘’solely’’ to the effect of the rounding of the percentages attributed to each country (to the nearer multiple of the two adjacent multiples of 0.1% -- i.e., to nearest tenth of 1.0%) is for total collective share for these 7 countries being high or low by 3.5 “percentage points”, i.e., that the effect of rounding errors can be guaranteed with certainty only to the extent that the total of these seven countries‘ shares lies within the range 93.0% and 100% -- though the 96.0% to 97.0% range is far likelier than such extreme results.
Within Russia, the frequency was higher than the population-proportionate contribution to the national average 76.3% share, in each of the following constituents of the Russian Federation:Sokolov surname distribution
  1. Kostroma Oblast (1 in 179)
  2. Vologda Oblast (1 in 251)
  3. Tver Oblast (1 in 260)
  4. Ivanovo Oblast (1 in 269)
  5. Yaroslavl Oblast (1 in 270)
  6. Mari El (1 in 303)
  7. Altai Republic (1 in 368)
  8. Kurgan Oblast (1 in 397)
  9. Vladimir Oblast (1 in 433)
  10. Nizhny Novgorod Oblast (1 in 494)
  11. Leningrad Oblast (1 in 494)
  12. Saint Petersburg (1 in 526)
  13. Moscow Oblast (1 in 559)
  14. Murmansk Oblast (1 in 597)
  15. Irkutsk Oblast (1 in 626)
  16. Tula Oblast (1 in 631)
  17. Moscow (1 in 649)
  18. Saratov Oblast (1 in 658)
  19. Oryol Oblast (1 in 661)
  20. Volgograd Oblast (1 in 662)
  21. Sakhalin Oblast (1 in 665)
  22. Republic of Karelia (1 in 672)
  23. Arkhangelsk Oblast (1 in 683)
  24. Khakassia (1 in 703)
  25. Sverdlovsk Oblast (1 in 735)
  26. Chelyabinsk Oblast (1 in 740)
  27. Kaluga Oblast (1 in 746)
  28. Kaliningrad Oblast (1 in 747)
  29. Smolensk Oblast (1 in 758)

People

  • A–D given names
    • Aleksandr Sokolov (disambiguation), several people
    • Andrei Sokolov (born 1963), French, ex-Russian chess player
    • Andrei Sokolov (born 1972), Latvian chess player
    • Arseny Sokolov (1910–1986), Russian physicist, coauthor of Sokolov–Ternov effect
    • Boris Sokolov (disambiguation), several people
    • Denis Viktorovich Sokolov (born 1983), Russian rifle shooter
    • Denis Yurevich Sokolov (born 1977), Russian ice hockey defenceman
    • Dmitri Sokolov (disambiguation), several people
  • E–G given names
    • Elena Sokolova (born 1980), Russian figure skater
    • Eugene Sokolov (1920–2008), Russian neuroscientist
    • Eva Sokolova (born 1961), Russian hurdler
    • Evgenia Sokolova (1850 – 1925), Russian dancer and educator
  • Evgeny Sokolov (born 1984) Russian cyclist
  • Fedor Sokolov (born 1984), Israeli pair skater
    • Fred Sokolow (born 1945), American multi-instrumentalist.
    • Georgi Sokolov (1942–2002), Bulgarian footballer
    • Grigory Sokolov (born 1950), Russian pianist
  • I given names
    • Igor Sokolov (born 1958), Soviet sport shooter and Olympic champion
    • Ivan Sokolov (born 1968), Yugoslav-born Dutch chess player
    • Ivan Sokolov (born 1960), Russian composer
    • Ivan Glebovich Sokolov (born 1960), Russian-born pianist and composer
  • K–L given names
    • Lale Sokolov (1916–2006), the tattooist of Auschwitz
    • Larisa Sokolova, Russian musicologist
    • Lydia Sokolova (1896–1974), English ballerina
    • Lyubov Sokolova (volleyball) (born 1977), Russian volleyball player
    • Lyubov Sokolova (1921–2001), Soviet and Russian actress
    • Konstantin Sokolov (born 1991), Russian ice hockey player
  • M–O given names
    • Maksim Sokolov (born 1968), Russian economist and former Minister of Transport of Russia
    • Maxim Sokolov (born 1972), Russian ice hockey goaltender
    • Mikhail Sokolov (1885–1947), Russian painter, graphic artist and illustrator
    • Nahum Sokolow (1859–1936), Jewish Hebrew-language writer and Zionist leader
    • Natalia Sokolova (model) (born 1976), Russian model and actress
    • Nikolay Sokolov (disambiguation), several people
    • Oleg Sokolov, Russian historian and member of the Odessa Group
  • P–T given names
    • Pavel Sokolov (disambiguation), several people
    • Pyotr Sokolov (disambiguation), several people
    • Raymond Sokolov (born 1941), American culinary journalist
    • Sasha Sokolov (born 1943), Russian writer
    • SaÅ¡ka Sokolov, Serbian athlete
    • Sergei Sokolov (disambiguation), several people
    • Stanislav Sokolov (born 1947), Russian animator
    • Tsvetan Sokolov (born 1989), Bulgarian volley player
  • V given names
    • Valeriy Sokolov (born 1986), Ukrainian violinist
    • Vasili Sokolov (1874–1959), Russian revolutionary and party journalist
    • Victor Sokolov (1947–2006), Russian-American dissident journalist and a priest
    • Victor Sokolov Alias name of espionage agent Anatoly Gurevich
    • Viktor Sokolov (disambiguation), several people
    • Vladimir Sokolov (disambiguation), several people
    • Vladislav Sokolov (1908–1993), Soviet choir conductor and composer, People's Artist of the USSR
  • Y given names
    • Yefrem Sokolov (born 1926), former leader of the Byelorussian SSR
    • Yegor Sokolov (1750–1824), Russian architect
    • Yevgeny Sokolov (born 1931), Lithuanian middle-distance runner
    • Yevgeny Gavrilovich Sokolov (1880–1949), Russian artist
    • Yordan Sokolov (1933–2016), Bulgarian jurist and former Minister of Interior of Bulgaria
    • Yurii Dmitrievich Sokolov (1896–1971), Russian mathematician

Fictional characters

  • Sokolov, former Russian Spetsnaz in Neal Stephenson's novel Reamde
  • Dr.Sokolov, a character in Ivan Vazov's novel Under the Yoke
  • Game characters:
    • Nikolai Stepanovich Sokolov from Metal Gear Solid 3
    • Anton Sokolov, Head of the Academy and Royal Physician in the game Dishonored
    • Ivan Sokolov, a Russian Greco-Roman wrestler from Buriki One

See also

  • Variants of the surname:
    • Sokolow
    • Sokoloff
    • Sokolović
  • Similar surnames:
    • Sokolić
    • Sokol (surname)

Category:Russian-language surnames
Category:Bulgarian-language surnames
 
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