Borys

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Borys is a name of Bulgarian origin, equivalent to the Bulgarian-derived spelling Boris.

It may refer to:

  • Boris I of Bulgaria (852-889), Bulgarian czar who imposed Christianity and introduced the Cyrillic alphabet in Bulgaria
  • Borys Baranets (born 1986), professional Ukrainian football midfielder who plays for FC Lviv in the Ukrainian Premier League
  • Borys Buryak (born 1953), Ukrainian painter
  • Borys Chambul (born 1953), retired discus thrower, who represented Canada at the 1976 Summer Olympics
  • Borys Derkach (born 1964), retired Soviet and Ukrainian professional football player
  • Borys Hrinchenko (1863–1910), classical Ukrainian prose writer, political activist, historian, publicist, ethnographer
  • Borys Kolesnykov (born 1962), Ukrainian politician and of the 50th richest man in Ukraine
  • Borys Lankosz (born 1973), Polish film director
  • Borys Lyatoshynsky (1895–1968), Ukrainian composer, conductor and teacher
  • Borys Miturski (born 1989), Polish speedway rider who was a member of Poland U-21 national team
  • Borys Mykolaiovych Martos (1879–1977), public and political activist, pedagogue, economist
  • Borys Orlovskyi (born 1993), Ukrainian football midfielder
  • Borys Paton (born 1918), the long-term chairman of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine
  • Borys Szyc (born 1978), Polish theatre and movie actor
  • Borys Tarasyuk (born 1949), Ukrainian politician
  • Borys Taschy (born 1993), professional Ukrainian football midfielder
  • Borys Tereshchuk (born 1945), Ukrainian former volleyball player who competed for the Soviet Union in the 1968 Summer Olympics
  • Borys Wrzesnewskyj (born 1960), Canadian politician who represents the riding of Etobicoke Centre in the Canadian House of Commons

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