Mikhail Vasilyevich Frunze (Roushie: Михаи́л Васи́льевич Фру́нзе; Romanie: Mihail Frunză; an aa kent bi the pseudonyms Арсе́ний Три́фоныч–Arseniy Trifonych, Серге́й Петро́в–Sergei Petrov, А. Шу́йский–A. Shuiskiy, М. Ми́рский–M. Mirskiy; 2 February [O.S. 21 January] 1885–31 October 1925) wis a Bolshevik leader durin an juist prior tae the Roushie Revolution o 1917.
In 1926, the ceety o Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, wis renamed Frunze in his honour. It revertit back tae its umwhile name in 1991; nivertheless, Frunze hissel is still commemoratit in the ceety: a street an a museum in the centre o the ceety are named efter him. The museum contains the cottage in which he grew up, fully intact inside a lairger modren structure.
The Soviet 2nt Rifle Diveesion wis an aa in the past kent as 2nt Belaroushie Red Banner Rifle Diveesion in the name o M.V. Frunze.
A Moscow Metro station wis named Frunzenskaya in his honour, an a stane carvin o his likeness staunds at ane end o the station. Shuya is hame tae a memorial museum dedicatit tae Frunze. Streets in mony Roushie ceeties are named efter him.
An aa, efter his daith, the first name for boys Frunzik (roughly "Little Frunze") became quite popular in Caucasie an Soviet Turkestan, the maist famous name-bearer probably being Frunzik Mkrtchyan.
The Roushie battleship Poltava wis renamed Frunze in his honour in Januar 1926.