Synonyms for gjini or Related words with gjini

dedaj              gjoka              gjergji              jelica              marku              saimir              prifti              lucijan              arapi              tafaj              xhepa              smilevski              joze              sedej              stavri              glavan              julijana              marjeta              majda              gjoni              judita              jerko              arnaudov              xhafa              stamati              radovani              minja              debela              marjana              glavina              iovan              rajmonda              pregelj              smiljana              aliaj              xhevdet              djukic              gazmend              lubonja              filimon              nikolla              stefanija              nikolin              panchev              arben              dervishi              xhacka              dechko              yosif              vangjel             

Examples of "gjini"
Lucie Gjini (born 2 May 1994) is an Albanian football midfielder currently playing for KF Vllaznia Shkodër.
The origins of the family's branches are not clear. According to Gibb, family history dates back to the Crusades: the Dukagjini name came from Duka-Gjini, Duke Gjini (Jean), and Dukagjini tribe's name comes from its founder, a Norman noble left behind during the Crusades who settled with his people in Dukagjini geographical space, mingling with Albanians.
Some of his most achieved roles are those of Kharitonov, Shpend Gjeta, The Old Man ("Plaku"), MacDonald, Miller, Zabeliku, Klaudi, King Lear, Gjini, Ali Pasha of Gucia, ecc.
Vincenc Gjini (born 1935) is a composer who graduated in pedagogy and music theory at the Academy of Music in Belgrade , Skopje studied and graduated in composition.
Damian Gjini (born 6 April 1995) is an Albanian professional footballer who plays as a Midfielder for Greek club Kallithea,on loan from Panionios.
Ferizaj, in southeastern Kosovo, is its third-largest city and has a number of cultural attractions and activities. Composer Lorenc Antoni worked in the city during the early 1940s; another composer is Venqenc Gjini.
The AAK's eleven current members of parliament are: Ardian Gjini, who is the leader of the parliamentary caucus, Ahmet Isufi, Daut Haradinaj, Kimete Bajraktari, Burim Ramadani, Bali Muharremaj, Donika Kadaj, Blerim Shala, Teuta Haxhiu, Ramiz Kelmendi and Time Kadrijaj
The band was formed in 1980 by Migjen Kelmendi (vocals, rhythm guitar), the son of the writer and journalist Ramiz Kelmendi, inspired by new wave music. The lineup also included Armando Gjini (piano, synthesizer), Tomor Kurshumliu (vocals, bass guitar), Petrit Riza (drums) and Bekim Dyla (lead guitar). During the same year, the band recorded the first new wave song in SAP Kosovo.
Klodeta Gjini (born August 20, 1964), is a retired Albanian athlete and the current women's Albanian record holder in the high jump. Her national record of 1.92 cm, lasts since 1989. In 1992 she emigrated to Italy, where she has lived since.
The development of art and culture in Kosovo is closely related to the cultural and artistic society (CAS). The composer Lorenc Antoni lived in Ferizaj in the early 40s, and the composer Venqenc Gjini from Ferizaj has also made many contributions to culture and is respected countrywide, especially for his creative idioms inspired by the popular fountain.
In 1190 the first Albanian medieval state, the Principality of Arbër was founded by "archon" Progon in the region of Kruja. Progoni was succeeded by Gjini and then by Dhimiter. Arbanon extended over the modern districts of central Albania, with its capital located at Kruja. Throughout its existence, the principality was an autonomous dependency of its neighbouring powers, first Byzantium and, after the Fourth Crusade, its successor, the Despotate of Epirus, while it also maintained close relations with Serbia.
There are quite a lot of Kosovar and Albanians musical composers who spent most of their career in Pristina, some of which are: Rauf Dhomi([Kosovo, 1945), Zeqirja Ballata (Kosovo, 1943), Rafet Rudi (Kosovo, 1949), Lorenc Antoni(Kosovo, 1909–1991), Vinçenc Gjini (Kosovo, 1935), Rexho Mulliqi(Montenegro, 1923–1982), Esat Rizvanolli(Kosovo), Fahri Beqiri(Kosovo, 1936), Akil Mark Koci(Kosovo, 1936), Mendi Mengjiqi(Kosovo, 1958), Bahri Mulliqi (Kosovo), Baki Jashari (Kosovo), Valton Beqiri (Kosovo, 1967) etc.
The Principality of Arbanon (1190–1255) was the first Albanian state during the Middle Ages. The proclamation of the feudal state of Arbanon, in the north of Albania, with Kruja as the capital took place in 1190. As the founder of this state is known Progoni and later on Gjini and Dhimiter. Nderfandina is known as the most important center of this principality. For this was spoken clearly by the emblem of Arber found carved on a stone in the Catholic Church of Saint Maria. After the fall of Progon Dynasty the principality came under Grigor Kamona and Gulam of Albania. Finally the principality was dissolved in 1255. The best period of the principality was under Dhimiter Progoni.
Following his good performances with Albania under-17, Çekiçi received a call up highery at Albania national under-19 football team by the coach Foto Strakosha, for the 2014 UEFA European Under-19 Championship qualifying round. He debutted with Albania under-19 playing in the starting line up in the opening match against Greece on 12 November 2013 and got substituted off in the 69th minute for Mario Kame, as the match finished in the 1–0 loss with a lately goal scored by Dimitris Popovic in the 89th minute. Then for the two other matches he played only as a substitute of the second half, coming on in the 90th minute for Bruno Lulaj against Slovakia on 14 November, finished in the 1–1 draw with the goal scored from Albania within Ardit Prendi in the 90'+1 minute soon as Çekiçi had come in, and for the closing match against Bulgaria on 17 November coming on in place of Damian Gjini in the 59th minute and the match finished for the second consecutive time as a 1–1 draw with Albania U19 scoring again with Ardit Prendi in the 74th minute, 15 minutes after Çekiçi had come in.
Albanian Catholic families Ferizaj became a very attractive place for those who learned' for its foundation, because it created new opportunities for work and it was an environment where there weren't national or religious separations. Because of that it became attractive for catholic families too, that came here since the beginning. Most of the catholic families were Handcrafts. They had different experiences to visit the most well-known handcrafts, economic, and cultural centers. The headers of those families were: Anton Kurti, Pharmacists, the father of Vilson and Marse Kurti, Merchant: Leon Kurti the father of Kolë and Franc Kurti both of them mechanical engineers, Violeta Kurti-Pufjes, education veteran; Anton Gjoni, baker and painter; Bate Kajtazi, officer, the father of Marsel and Viktor; Dede Gjini; Dede Pren Palaj, baker, Ded's father, teacher; Dedush Ndou, worker; Franc Dedushi, shopkeeper, Gap Gllasniqi, Merchant, Kole Gllasniqi's father, doctor of professional orientation; Gjon Serreqi, professor, politically confined, sentenced to death as a leader of Albanian National Democratic Organization for national activities.