Dmytro


Dmytro

Dmytro (accent on the second syllable) is a Ukrainian name, derived from the Greek Demetrios, and therefore may refer to any number of people whose given names are Dmytro, such as:

  • Dmytro Antonovych (1877–1945), a Ukrainian politician and art historian
  • Dmytro Babenko (born 1979), a Ukrainian footballer
  • Dmytro Bezotosnyy (born 1983), a Ukrainian footballer
  • Dmytro Boiko (born 1986), a Ukrainian sabre fencer
  • Dmytro Boyko (born 1981), a Ukrainian professional footballer
  • Dmytro Brovkin (born 1984), a professional Ukrainian football striker
  • Dmytro Chernyak (born 1990), a professional Ukrainian football midfielder
  • Dmytro Chumak (born 1980), a Ukrainian épée fencer
  • Dmytro Chyhrynskiy (born 1986), a Ukrainian footballer
  • Dmytro Dontsov (1883–1973), a Ukrainian nationalist writer, publisher, journalist and political thinker
  • Dmytro Doroshenko (1882–1951), a Ukrainian political figure during the revolution of 1917–1918
  • Dmytro Grabovskyy (born 1985), a Ukrainian professional road bicycle racer
  • Dmytro Hlushchenko (born 1981), a Ukrainian sprinter who specializes in the 100 and 200 metres
  • Dmytro Hnatyuk (born 1925), a famous Ukrainian baritone opera singer, and later parliament member
  • Dmytro Hordiyenko (born 1983), a professional Ukrainian football striker
  • Dmytro Hrachov (born 1983), an athlete from Ukraine
  • Dmytro Hryshko (born 1985), a professional Ukrainian football defender
  • Dmytro Hrytsai (1907–1945), a leader in the Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists
  • Dmytro Hunia, elected hetman of the Zaporozhian Host in 1638
  • Dmytro Khovbosha (born 1989), a professional Ukrainian football defender
  • Dmytro Klyachkivsky (1911–1945), colonel of the UPA, commander of the Ukrainian Insurgent Army (UPA)-North
  • Dmytro Korchynskyy, a famous Ukrainian public figure, poet and publicist
  • Dmytro Koshevy, future rowing Olympic Gold Medalist
  • Dmytro Kozachenko, a Ukrainian professional football goalkeeper
  • Dmytro Kozban (born 1989), a professional Ukrainian football striker
  • Dmytro Levytsky (1877–1942), a lawyer and major political figure in western Ukraine between the two world wars
  • Dmytro Lyopa (born 1988), a Ukrainian football midfielder
  • Dmytro Lysenko (born 1981), a Ukrainian diver
  • Dmytro Mykhaylenko (born 1973), a Ukrainian midfielder
  • Dmytro Nazarov (born 1977), a Ukrainian football defender
  • Dmytro Nevmyvaka (born 1984), a professional Ukrainian football player
  • Dmytro Parfenov (born 1974), a retired Ukrainian footballer
  • Dmytro Pavlychko, a Ukrainian poet, translator, scriptwriter, culturologist, political and public figure
  • Dmytro Semochko (born 1979), a Ukrainian footballer
  • Dmytro Shutkov (born 1972), a Ukrainian footballer
  • Dmytro Stoyko (born 1975), a Ukrainian football goalkeeper
  • Dmytro Tereshchenko (born 1987), a Ukrainian professional footballer
  • Dmytro Tiapushkin (born 1964), a retired Ukrainian professional footballer and a current coach
  • Dmytro Topchiev (born 1966), a retired Russian born Ukrainian professional footballer
  • Dmytro Topchiyev (born 1966), a retired Russian born Ukrainian professional footballer
  • Dmytro Tyapushkin (born 1964), a retired Ukrainian professional footballer and a current coach
  • Dmytro Vitovsky (1887–1919), a Ukrainian politician and military leader
  • Dmytro Vladov (born 1990), a Ukrainian football midfielder
  • Dmytro Voloshyn (born 1986), a Ukrainian football Defender
  • Dmytro Vorobey (born 1985), a Ukrainian footballer
  • Dmytro Vorobyov (born 1977), a Ukrainian football goalkeeper
  • Dmytro Vyshnevetsky, a Hetman of the Ukrainian Cossacks
  • Dmytro Yakimischak (born 1888), a politician in Manitoba, Canada
  • Dmytro Yavornytsky (1855–1940), a Ukrainian historian, archeologist, ethnographer, folklorist, and lexicographer
  • Dmytro Yesin (born 1980), a professional Ukrainian football midfielder
  • Dmytro Zabirchenko (born 1984), a professional basketball player
  • Dmytro Zhdankov (born 1984), a professional Ukrainian football goalkeeper
  • Voivode Dmytro, appointed military commander of Kiev by Prince Danylo of Galicia in 1239, charged with defending the city from the Mongols

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