|A.K.A.||Khomyakov, Nikolay Alekseevich Khomyakov, Nikolaj Chomjakov|
|Birth||19 January 1850, Moscow|
|Death||28 June 1925, Dubrovnik (aged 75 years)|
Nikolay Alekseevich Khomyakov (Russian: Никола́й Алексе́евич Хомяко́в; January 19, 1850, Moscow – June 28, 1925, Dubrovnik) was a Russian politician.
Khomyakov was the son of Aleksey Khomyakov, a well-known Slavophile and poet. He was a graduate of Moscow University and served in the Ministry of Agriculture.
Khomyakov was active in zemstvo work. He was elected to the Second, Third, and Fourth State Dumas as an Octobrist.
Khomyakov was elected a member of State Council (1906–1907). He was Chairman of the Third Duma (1907–1910) and member of the Progressive Bloc in the Fourth Duma.
During the Russian civil war he was in the Red Cross and worked with Denikin's forces. Khomyakov emigrated to Yugoslavia where he died.