Synonyms for ioanna or Related words with ioanna

irini              konstantina              papadopoulou              angeliki              dimitra              fotini              eirini              panagiota              aggeliki              nikoleta              evdokia              evangelia              natassa              karagianni              ilieva              stikoudi              natasa              antigoni              afroditi              giota              aikaterini              theodoridou              todorova              anthi              hristiana              nikoletta              arvaniti              protopappa              neli              evagelia              athina              desislava              hristina              darina              stamatis              koleva              vasileva              pantelidi              dimova              tzeni              konstantopoulou              ismailova              christoforou              julija              giannopoulou              tsvetelina              ralitsa              areti              georgiadou              galani             



Examples of "ioanna"
Feminine forms are Γιάννα (Yianna, Gianna) and Ιωάννα (Ioanna).
Ioanna Dafermou - Alternate Trustee, (President, Board of Governors, NATAS Southeast)
Ioanna Roumeliotis is a CBC News reporter currently featured on the Canadian television newscast "".
Ioanna Tantcheva (born ) was a Bulgarian group rhythmic gymnast. She represents her nation at international competitions.
Donna Ioanna, a model agent, discovered her while she was shopping at a mall.
In 1957, he married Lila Altitzoglou. They had four daughters, Aikaterini, Demetra, Maria and Ioanna.
Fokas is married to Regina Fokas and they have three children: Alexander, Anastasia, and Ioanna.
He is married to Ioanna Marosouli, with whom he has two children.
Ioanna Kondouli is a Greek politician and topographer engineer who is leader of the Ecologist Greens party.
Ioanna Fotiadou (born 22 November 1977) is a Greek handball player who competed in the 2004 Summer Olympics.
Ioanna Karystiani (Greek. Ιωάννα Καρυστιάνη; (born 8 September 1952 in Chania, Crete) is a Greek screenwriter and winner of the Greek National Book Award.
He is married to Ioanna Kolokota, the daughter of Greek actress Nitsa Marouda, and they have two daughters. He is fluent in English as well as Greek.
Ioanna Kucuradi is a holder of UNESCO Chair of Philosophy of Human Rights since 1998 at Hacettepe University and since 2009 in Maltepe University.
Ioanna Kuçuradi (born October 4, 1936) is a Turkish philosopher. She is currently the president of Philosophical Society of Turkey and a full-time academic of Maltepe University.
Even though his appearance in the show did not receive positive reviews, he was praised for his humor. "Cosmo"s Niki Hagia and Ioanna Pahouli named him as their least favorite coach with the first saying that she would imagine him as a friend of her but not as a coach. Ioanna Mami said that the way he was talking, it was not suitable for a television show even though he loves him as a singer.
The name's origins lie in the ancient Hebrew names Yohanah/Yohanan (feminine/masculine), meaning "Yahweh (God) is gracious". The name spread to Greece along with Christianity, and became Ioanna/Ioannes. In the original, Greek version of the Bible both John the baptist and John the apostle are referred to as "Ioannes", and the feminine version of the name appears in "Ioanna, the wife of Chuza". The names then, through Latin Vulgate, became Joanna/Johanna/Johanne (feminine), and Johannes (masculine).
Yovanna (born Ιωάννα Φάσσου Καλπαξή – "Ioanna Fassou Kalpaxi", 1940, Amaliada) is a Greek singer and writer, known for her participation on behalf of Switzerland in the 1965 Eurovision Song Contest.
The main attraction of the monastery is the Trinity Cathedral, which was constructed in 1679 on the project of architect Ioanna Baptist. The cathedral is topped off with seven cupolas.
Ioanna Papantoniou (Greek; "Ιωάννα Παπαντωνίου", b. 1936) is a Greek author, scenic designer, costume designer and folklorist. She is the founder and president of the Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation in Nafplio, winner of the 1981 European Museum of the Year Award.
Ioanna (Joan) Sfekas-Karvelas (; born 1950) is a Greek American dramatic soprano who has sung leading roles in both the United States and Europe. She is the founder and Director of Opera Lesvos which she established in 2000.