Andreyev

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Andreyev (Russian: Андреев) is a common Russian surname. It derives from Andrei, the Russian form of "Andrew", making it roughly equivalent to "Andrews". The name is also sometimes spelled Andreev, Andreeff, or Andrejew. Its feminine form is Andreyeva (Russian: Андреевa), which is also sometimes spelled Andreeva.

Mentions of the surname may refer to:

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  • Catherine Andreyev (born 1955), British historian at Christ Church Oxford, daughter of Nikolay E.Andreyev

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  • Daniil Andreyev (1906–1959), Russian writer, author of ´The Rose of The World´, son of the writer Leonid Andreyev

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  • Igor Andrejew (1915–1995), Polish lawyer, author of the Polish Criminal Code from 1969
  • Igor Andreev (born 1983), Russian tennis player
  • Iuliia Andreeva (born 1984), Kyrgyzstani long-distance runner

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  • Olga Andrejew Carlisle (born 1931), American writer, granddaughter of the writer Leonid Andrejew, daughter of the poet Vadim Andreyev

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  • Unbegaun, B. O. (1972). Russian Surnames. Oxford University Press. 

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