Nizhny (russian: Ни́жний; masculine), Nizhnyaya (; feminine), or Nizhneye (russian: Ни́жнее; neuter), literally meaning "lower", is the name of several Russian localities. It may refer to: * Nizhny Novgorod, a Russian city colloquially referred to as "Nizhny" * Nizhny, Republic of Bashkortostan, a '' khutor'' in Chishminsky District of the Republic of Bashkortostan * Nizhny, Samara Oblast, a settlement in Isaklinsky District of Samara Oblast * Nizhnyaya, Kirov Oblast, a
village A village is a clustered human settlement or Residential community, community, larger than a hamlet (place), hamlet but smaller than a town (although the word is often used to describe both hamlets and smaller towns), with a population t ...
in Pizhansky District of Kirov Oblast * Nizhnyaya, Leningrad Oblast, a village in Gatchinsky District of Leningrad Oblast * Nizhnyaya, Perm Krai, a village in Alexandrovsky District of Perm Krai * Nizhneye, Bryansk Oblast, a '' selo'' in Starodubsky District of Bryansk Oblast * Nizhneye, Kaluga Oblast, a ''selo'' in Zhukovsky District of Kaluga Oblast {{SIA, populated places in Russia