Vsevolod or Wsewolod (Russian: Все́волод [ˈfsʲevələt]; Ukrainian: Все́волод [ˈʍsɛwɔlɔd]) is a Slavic male first name. Its etymology is from Slavic roots 'vse' (all) and 'volodeti' (to rule) and means 'lord-of-everything/everybody', (similar to another princely name, "Vladimir" or "Volodymyr"). It is equivalent to the Belarusian Usievalad, Polish Wsiewołod, Lithuanian Visvaldas, Latvian Visvaldis and German Wissewald. The corresponding Russian patronymic is Vsevolodovich.
Vsevolod may refer to:
- Vsevolod Vladimirovich (ru:Всеволод Владимирович) (c. 983-1013), Prince of Volyn', son of Vladimir I of Kiev
- Vsevolod I of Kiev (Yaroslavich) (1030–1093), Grand Prince of Kievan Rus'
- Vsevolod Mstislavich (disambiguation)
- Vsevolod II of Kiev (Olegovich) (d. 1146), Grand Prince of Kievan Rus'
- Vsevolod III Yuryevich aka Vsevolod the Big Nest (1154–1212), Prince of Vladimir
- Vsevolod IV of Kiev (Svyatoslavich the Red) (d. 1215), twice Grand Prince of Kievan Rus' and Prince of Chernigov
- Visvaldis of Gerzike (d. 1239), prince of Gerzike, later vassal of the Bishop of Riga
- Vsevolod (1769; 74 guns) - Baltic Navy ship of the line burnt 1779
- Vsevolod (1796; 74 guns) - Baltic Navy ship of the line destroyed in the action near Baltiyskiy Port during the Anglo-Russian War (1807–1812)
- Vsevolod (1809; 66 guns) - Baltic Navy ship of the line hulked 1820
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