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Soloway (also Salovey, Solovey, Solovay, Solovyei, Solovei, and Solloway) is a Russian and Jewish surname (Russian: Соловей, "Nightingale"; Yiddish: סולוביי). It may refer to:
- Ernest Solvay (1838-1922), Belgian chemist, industrialist and philanthropist; inventor of the Solvay process
- David Solway, Canadian poet
- Larry Solway, Canadian actor and broadcaster
- Amanda Solloway, British Conservative Party politician, Member of Parliament (MP) since 2015
- Robert M. Solovay (born 1938), American mathematician
- Sarah Solovay (born 1994), American singer-songwriter
- Faith Soloway, American folk rock musician
- Jill Soloway, American playwright
- Paul Soloway (1941–2007), American bridge champion
- Robert Soloway (born 1980), American founder of Newport Internet Marketing and alleged "Spam King"
- Peter Salovey, American social psychologist and Provost and President-Elect of Yale University
- Georgie Soloway, main character in the 1971 film Who Is Harry Kellerman and Why Is He Saying Those Terrible Things About Me?
- Solovei the Brigand, a figure in Slavic folklore
- The Nightingale (opera) (Solovyei), an opera by Stravinsky based on the Hans Christian Andersen story
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