Pavlov


Pavlov

Pavlov and its feminine form Pavlova are common Russian (Па́влов, Па́влова) and Bulgarian family names. Their Ukrainian variant is Pavliv. All stem from Christian name Paul (Russian: Pavel; Ukrainian: Pavlo). These names may refer to many people and things:

Pavlov/Pavliv

People

*Alexander Pavlov (1880–1937), Soviet military leader
*Aleksandr Pavlov (b. 1973), Belarusian wrestler
*Alexey Pavlov (1854–1929), Russian geologist and paleonthologist
*Alexey Pavlov (b. 1976), Russian mathematician, currently works at NTNU. Specializes in nonlinear output regulation theory.
*Cyril Pavlov (b. 1919), Russian Orthodox hieromonk and archimandrite, confessor of Russian patriarchs
*Dmitry Pavlov (1897–1941), Soviet general
*Fyodor Pavlov (1892-1931), Russian writer and composer
*Georgy Pavlov (1915–1976), Russian architect
*Igor Pavlov (athlete) (b. 1979), Russian pole vaulter
*Igor Pavlov (programmer), Russian freelance programmer, creator of 7-zip
*Igor Pavlov (ice hockey player) (born 1965), Latvian ice hockey player, ice hockey coach in Germany
*Igor Mikhaylovich Pavlov (1900–1985), Russian scientist in the field of metallurgy
*Iliya Pavlov (1960–2003), Bulgarian businessman
*Ivan Fomich Pavlov (1922–1950), Soviet pilot, twice Hero of the Soviet Union
*Ivan Nikolayevich Pavlov (1872–1951), Russian engraver
*Ivan Petrovich Pavlov (1849–1936), Nobel prize winning Russian physiologist noted for his classical conditioning experiments with dogs
*Jo Pavlov, Green Party Candidate, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
*Mark Pavliv, American architect of Ukrainian descent
*Mikhail Pavlov (1863–1958), Russian metallurgist and academician
*Mikhail Grigoryevich Pavlov (1793–1840), Russian philosopher and scientist
*Nikifor Pavlov (1867–1929), Russian military geodesist
*Nikolay Pavlov (1805–1864), Russian writer
*Nikolay Viktorovich Pavlov, Russian diplomat, current Ambassador to Armenia
*Nikolay Pavlov-Silvansky (1869–1908), Russian historian
*Oleg Pavlov (b. 1970), Russian writer
*Pavel Pavlov (wrestler) (b. 1953), Bulgarian wrestler
*Pavel Pavlov (athlete), Bulgarian sprinter
*Pavel Pavlov (military) (1892–1924), Soviet military leader
*Platon Pavlov (1823–1895), Russian historian
*Sergey Pavlov, Russian science fiction author, most famous with his "Moon Rainbow" novel series
*Sergey Pavlovich Pavlov (1929–?), Soviet statesman
*Timofey Pavlov (1860–1932), Russian dermatologist and venerologist
*Todor Pavlov Dimitrov (1890–?), Bulgarian marxist philosopher
*Valentin Pavlov, Prime Minister of the Soviet Union
*Vasily Pavlov (1854–1924), Russian religious figure and one of the founders of the Union of Russian Baptists
*Viktor Pavlov (1940–2006), Soviet/Russian actor
*Vitaly Grigorievich Pavlov, Russian spy
*Vladimir Pavlov (1923–?), Soviet statesman and diplomat
*Vsevolod Pavlov (1898–1972), Russian art critic and egyptologist
*Yakov Pavlov (1917–1981), Soviet platoon commander

Places

* in the Czech Republic:
**Pavlov (Břeclav District)
**Pavlov (Havlíčkův Brod District)
**Pavlov (Jihlava District)
**Pavlov (Kladno District)
**Pavlov (Pelhřimov District)
**Pavlov (Šumperk District)
**Pavlov (Žďár nad Sázavou District)
*Pavliv, a village in Berezhany district, Ternopil oblast, Ukraine

Other

*Pavlov (crater), a large lunar crater on the far side of the Moon
*Pavlov's Dog, a 1970s American rock band

Pavlova

People

*Alla Pavlova (b. 1952), Russian composer
*Anna Pavlova (1881–1931), Russian ballet dancer
*Anna Pavlova (gymnast) (b. 1987), Russian artistic gymnast
*Evelina Pavlova, a Bulgarian television personality
*Olga Pavlova, a Belarusian waterskiier
*Pepa Pavlova, a Bulgarian sprinter
*Petya Pavlova, a Bulgarian singer
*Vera Pavlova, a Russian writer
*Yelena Pavlova, a Kazakhstani volleyball player
*The Contesa Pavlova, a character in the film "Buenos Aires me mata"

Places

*I. P. Pavlova, a metro station in Prague, Czech Republic
*Pavlova, Russia, a settlement in Moscow Oblast, Russia
*Pavlová, a village in Slovakia
*Pavlova Huť Nature Reserve in the Czech Republic
*Pavlova Ves, a village in Slovakia

Other

*Pavlova (food), a type of meringue dessert
*Pavlova (algae), a genus of algae
*The Half Gallon Quarter Acre Pavlova Paradise, a book by Austin Mitchell

ee also

*Pavel
*Pavlof
*Pavlovsk (disambiguation)
*Pavlovsky
*Pavlovo


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  • PAVLOV (I. P.) — Pavlov, dont le nom reste attaché à la découverte des réflexes conditionnels , a été véritablement l’initiateur des recherches sur ce qu’il a appelé la «physiologie de l’activité nerveuse supérieure», et, à ce titre, son influence a été grande… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Pavlov — heißen die Orte in Tschechien: Gemeinde Pavlov u Unhoště im Okres Kladno, Gemeinde Pavlov u Ledče nad Sázavou im Okres Havlíčkův Brod, Gemeinde Pavlov u Stonařova im Okres Jihlava, Gemeinde Pavlov u Rynárce im Okres Pelhřimov, Gemeinde Pavlov u… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Pavlov — (izg. pȃvlov), Ivan Petrovič (1849 1936) DEFINICIJA ruski fiziolog, otkrio i proučavao prirođene i uvjetovane reflekse; Nobelova nagrada za medicinu 1904 …   Hrvatski jezični portal

  • Pavlov — Pavlov, Ivan Petrović …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Pavlov — (Ivan Petrovitch) (1849 1936) médecin et physiologiste russe. En 1903, il exposa ses théories sur le réflexe conditionné, découverte capitale; ensuite, il étudia la fonction cérébrale. P. Nobel 1904 …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Pavlov — [pav′lôv΄; ] Russ [ pȧ′vlō̂f΄] Ivan Petrovich [i vȧn′ pye trō̂′vich] 1849 1936; Russ. physiologist Pavlovian [pav lô′vē ən, pavlō′ē ən] adj …   English World dictionary

  • Pavlov —  Cette page d’homonymie répertorie des personnes (réelles ou fictives) partageant un même patronyme. Patronyme Pavlov (masculin ; Павлов) ou Pavlova (féminin ; Павлова), également Pavloff (transcription désuète), est un patronyme… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Pavlov —    , PAVLOVIAN    Ivan Petrovich Pavlov (1849 1936) was a Russian physiologist who is eponymously remembered because of his attempts to prove that an automatic conditioned reflex can be artificially induced. Pavlov was born the son of a priest in …   Dictionary of eponyms

  • Pavlov — Pạvlov,   deutsch Pọllau, Dorf am Fuß der Pollauer Berge, Südmährisches Gebiet, Tschechische Republik. Bei Pavlov befindet sich eine Freilandstation der jüngeren Altsteinzeit. Bei Untersuchungen seit 1952 in mehreren Grabungsaktionen wurden… …   Universal-Lexikon

  • Pavlov — noun Russian physiologist who observed conditioned salivary responses in dogs (1849 1936) • Syn: ↑Ivan Pavlov, ↑Ivan Petrovich Pavlov • Derivationally related forms: ↑Pavlovian • Instance Hypernyms: ↑physiologist …   Useful english dictionary


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