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Gleb is a Russian, Belarusian and Ukrainian male name derived from the Old Norse name ''Guðleifr'', which meant "heir of god." Despite its Nordic origins it has seen steady use in Slavic countries due to an early martyr Saint Gleb who is venerated by the Eastern Orthodox churches.

Gleb may refer to:
  • Gleb, Slavic name of Norse origin
  • Gleb Svyatoslavich, the ruler of Tmutarakan (XIst. century)
  • Gleb of Kiev (died 1171), Prince of Kursk (1147), Kaniv (1149), Pereyaslavl (1155–1169), and Grand Prince of Kiev (1169–1171)
  • Gleb Svyatoslavich (Prince of Chernigov) (1168–1215), Rus' prince (a member of the Rurik dynasty)
  • Narimantas (1299–1348)
  • Gleb Shishmaryov (1781–1835), rear admiral of the Imperial Russian Navy
  • Gleb Uspensky (1843–1902), Russian writer
  • Gleb Kotelnikov (1872–1944), the Russian-Soviet inventor of the knapsack parachute
  • Gleb Krzhizhanovsky (1872–1959), Soviet economist and a state figure
  • Gleb Verhovskiy (1888–1935), Russian Orthodox converted to Catholicism of Byzantine Rite
  • Gleb W. Derujinsky (1888–1975), Russian-American sculptor
  • Gleb Struve (1898–1985), Russian poet and literary historian
  • Gleb Wataghin (1899–1986), Ukrainian-Italian experimental physicist and scientific leader
  • Gleb Botkin (1900–1969), the son of Dr. Eugene Botkin, the court physician who was murdered at Ekaterinburg by the Bolsheviks in 1918
  • Gleb Krotkov (1901–1968), Canadian academic and plant physiologist
  • Gleb Lozino-Lozinskiy (1909–2001), Russian engineer, General Director and General Designer of the JSC NPO Molniya
  • Gleb Strizhenov (1923–1985), Soviet actor, Honoured Artist of the RSFSR
  • Gleb Axelrod (1923–2003), Russian pianist
  • Gleb Yakunin (born 1934), Russian priest and dissident who fought for the freedom of conscience in the Soviet Union
  • Gleb Panfilov (born 1934), Russian film director noted for a string of mostly historical films starring his wife, Inna Churikova
  • Gleb Pavlovsky (born 1951), pro-Kremlin political scientist
  • Gleb Vladimirovich Nosovsky (born 1958), Russian mathematician
  • Gleb Panfyorov (born 1970), retired Russian professional footballer
  • Gleb Shulpyakov (born 1971), Russian poet, essayist, novelist and translator
  • Gleb Pisarevskiy (born 1976), Russian weightlifter and Olympic medallist
  • Gleb Galperin (born 1985), Russian diver

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