- Xenia Borisovna Godunova
(Russian: Ксения Борисовна Годунова) (1582–1622) was a Russian
of Tsar Boris
Godunov, and sister
of Tsar Feodor...
- Tatyana Borisovna Yumasheva
(Russian: Татьяна Борисовна Юмашева; born January
17, 1960; former
also Dyachenko, née Yeltsina) is the younger daughter
- Maria Borisovna
of Tver (Мария Борисовна in Russian) (1442 – 1467) was Grand Princess consort
of Muscovy, married
in 1452, to Grand Prince
Ivan III and...
- Tatiana Borisovna Potemkina
(Russian - Татья́на Бори́совна Потёмкина; née Golitsyna
/ Голицына; 30 January
1797, St Petersburg
- 1 July 1869, Berlin)...
- Anna Borisovna Chipovskaya
(Russian: А́нна Бори́совна Чипо́вская; born 16 June 1987) is a Russian actress
and singer, who has appeared
in theater, television...
- Irina Borisovna Ratushinskaya
(Russian: Ири́на Бори́совна Ратуши́нская, 4 March
– 5 July 2017, Moscow) was a Russian Soviet
- Kira Borisovna Povarova
3, 1933) is a Russian material
scientist, professor, doctor
of a number
- Nadezhda Borisovna Trubetskaya
(1812 – 1909), was a Russian noblewoman
and courtier. She was noted
for her philanthropy, and was one of the most known...
- Olga Borisovna Kormukhina
(Russian: О́льга Бори́совна Корму́хина, born 1 June 1960, Gorky, RSFSR) is a Russian
singer. Honored Artist
of the Russian
- Yevdokiya Borisovna Yusupova
(Russian: Евдоки́я Бори́совна Юсу́пова; May 5 (NS: May 16) 1743, Moscow
– July 19 (NS: July 8) 1780, Saint