Synonyms for fokas or Related words with fokas

dimitriadis              nikolaou              sakellariou              vasileios              christoforos              papazoglou              stamatis              konstantinou              andreou              antoniadis              nikitas              konstantaras              stergiou              rizos              papantoniou              alkis              diamantis              panagiotopoulos              thodoros              michailidis              charalambos              michaelides              panayiotis              vasileiou              vlachos              symeonidis              daskalopoulos              aristidis              paraskevas              fotis              vasilopoulos              grigoriou              nikolopoulos              panagiotidis              michalakis              manthos              georgiadis              arvanitis              konstantinidis              aristeidis              argiris              aimilios              dionysis              pantazis              kalogirou              athanasiadis              makridis              constantinos              lambros              kostis             



Examples of "fokas"
Fokas is married to Regina Fokas and they have three children: Alexander, Anastasia, and Ioanna.
Nikos Fokas () is a Greek poet, essayist and translator.
Named after him was the crater Fokas (Focas) in the southern hemisphere of the Moon, with a diameter of 22 km, as well as the crater Fokas (Focas) in the northern hemisphere of Mars with a diameter of 76,5 km.
In mathematics, the Calogero–Degasperis–Fokas equation is the nonlinear partial differential equation
Fokas received the Naylor Prize from the London Mathematical Society in 2000.
"Agiographic calendar" of painter Marilena Fokas(2017).He curate the calendar and wrote critic prologue.
There is a heliport close to Aghios Fokas beach, some from Tinos town.
This equation was named after F. Calogero, A. Degasperis, and A. Fokas.
"Agiographic calendar" of painter Marilena Fokas (2016).He curate the calendar and wrote critic prologue.
Fokas earned a BS in Aeronautics from Imperial College in 1975 and a PhD in Applied mathematics from Caltech in 1979. His dissertation, "Invariants, Lie-Backlund Operators and Backlund Transformations", was written under the direction of Paco Lagerstrom. Fokas subsequently attended University of Miami School of Medicine, earning an MD in 1986.
On 19 November 2004, the Hellenic Navy named its tenth Kortenaer class frigate in his honour as "Nikiforos Fokas" F-466 (formerly HNLMS "Bloys Van Treslong" F-824). Also, in the Rethymno regional unit in Crete, a municipality (Nikiforos Fokas) is named after him, as are many streets throughout Greece.
"Individual judges scores in the chart below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Alexis Kostalas, Errika Prezarakou, Giannis Latsios and Fokas Evaggelinos."
Athanassios Spyridon Fokas (; born June 30, 1952) is a Greek mathematician, known for work in the field of integrable nonlinear partial differential equations.
Prines () is a municipal section of the municipality Nikiforos Fokas (Νικηφόρος Φωκάς) within the Rethymno regional unit, Crete, Greece. It lies 5 km W-SW of the town of Rethymno.
"Individual judges scores in the chart below (given in parentheses) are listed in this order from left to right: Galena Velikova, Alexis Kostalas, Katia Dandoulaki, Giannis Latsios and Fokas Evaggelinos."
Gerani is a local community of the Rethymno Municipality in the Rethymno (regional unit) of the region of Crete established by Kallikratis reform. Previously, it was part of municipality of Nikiforos Fokas. Capital of the new municipality is Rethymno.
3 km west you can gaze out to the cape of Agios Fokas, where foundations and columns stubs remain of the temple of Dionysos and an early Christian basilica.
Atsipopoulo is a local community of the Rethymno Municipality in the Rethymno (regional unit) of the region of Crete established by Kallikratis reform. Previously, it was part of municipality of Nikiforos Fokas. Capital of the new municipality is Rethymno.
Anametri(s)i (, "Unmeasured", accented form: Anamétris(s)i, also under the name "Epikindoni Pehnidi" ("Επικίνδυνο Παιχνίδι")) is a 1982 Greek mystery film directed by Giorgos Karypidis and starring Zoi Laskari, Aris Retsos, Stefanos Stratigos and Spyros Fokas.
Giannis Latsios, Fokas Evaggelinos, Galena Velikova-Chaina and Alexis Kostalas were the judges of the first season. In the second season, Errica Prezerakou, the winner of the first season, replaced Velikova-Chaina. In the third season, Prezerakou was replaced by Katia Dandoulaki and Velikova-Chaina returned.