Semyonov (masculine), also transliterated as Semenov, Semenoff, and Semionov ( _ru. Семёнов), or Semyonova (Semenova, Semionova) (feminine) is a common Russian last name. Its etymology is the "son of Semyon" or "belonging to Semyon", where "Semyon" is a Russian given name that corresponds to Simeon, Simon.

The following people share this last name:
*Alexei Semenov, a Russian-born NHL player
*Alexei Semyonov, a leader of peasant rebellions in Kiev guberniya in the 1820s
*Andrei Semenov, a Russian actor and mixed martial arts fighter
*Fyodor Semyonov, a Russian astronomer
*Grigory Semyonov, a Commander of the White Army, an ataman
*Ivan Semyonov, a Russian graphic artist, People's Artist of the USSR
*Marina Semenova, a Russian prima ballerina
*Nikolay Semyonov, a Russian/Soviet physicist and chemist
*Piere Semyonov, a fictional personality in the Noon Universe
*Semyon Semyonov, a Russian KGB Case Officer
*Svetlana Semyonova, a Soviet athlete (rowing)
*Tatiana Semenova, a Russian-American ballet dancer
*Vladimir Magomedovich Semyonov (b. 1940), first President of the Karachay-Cherkess Republic, Russia
*Vladimir Semyonovich Semyonov, a Soviet diplomat and party figure
*Yulian Semyonov, a Russian writer of spy fiction----
*Andrey Semyonov-Tyan-Shansky, a Russian/Soviet entomologist and explorer
*Pyotr Semyonov-Tyan-Shansky, a Russian geographer and explorer

Semyonov also refers to
*Semyonov (town), a town in Nizhny Novgorod Oblast, Russia

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