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Nikitin (Russian: Никитин), or Nikitina (feminine; Никитина) is a common Russian surname that derives from the male given name Nikita and literally means Nikita's. It may refer to:

Artists, musicians, authors[edit]


Scientists, engineers and architects[edit]


There are at least five botanists with this surname, shown here followed by their standard author abbreviations :

Nikitin and Some Emigrations World-wide[edit]

The Nikitin surname spread from Russia to the rest of the world, including Europe, Canada, USA, and South America, it is also present in the 1913 New Israel migration from Voronezh to San Javier, Uruguay.