Synonyms for ioannidou or Related words with ioannidou

afroditi              tsouri              panagiota              karagianni              kanellopoulou              aggeliki              iliadi              panagiotou              anthoula              christofidou              elisavet              sapfo              evija              angeliki              vrettos              loukia              asimakopoulou              evanthia              kezele              kaire              papadopoulou              marsida              valtinos              vanou              anagnostou              konstantina              kalmer              arvaniti              natassa              vourtsi              nikolaidou              giannopoulou              rizou              logoreci              tzeni              grigorova              papastavrou              marjana              yazgan              aleksieva              zaneta              stefanija              roumpesi              galani              irini              papadaki              zdravkova              aroni              styliani              nenova             



Examples of "ioannidou"
Irini Ioannidou is a German football midfielder of Greek descent, currently playing for SG Essen-Schönebeck in the German Bundesliga.
With his wife, Aikaterini Ioannidou, he had two children, a daughter Elli and a son, Iason, who also became a naval officer.
Vera Douka is a fictional character on the ANT1 television series "Erotas", played by Noni Ioannidou. Vera Douka is one of the show's leading characters.
Mairi Ioannidou (born 25 April 1952) is a Greek former swimmer. She competed in two events at the 1972 Summer Olympics.
Ioannidis or Ioannides () is a Greek surname. The female version of the name is Ioannidou. "Ioannidis" is a patronymic surname which literally means "the son of Ioannis (Yannis)". Notable people with surname Ioannidis or Ioannides include:
Noni Ioannidou (Greek: Νόνη Ιωαννίδου) (born 15 April 1958) is a Greek theatre and stage actress and model, that recently switched to television roles. She is best known for Antigoni in the 1992 television series "Vammena kokkina mallia", as Aggela Solomou on 17 episodes of "Me thea sto pelago" and for playing Vera Douka on the first two seasons of Erotas.
To kafe tis Charas (Greek: Το καφέ της Χαράς) was a Greek comedy-drama TV series that broadcast on ANT1 and ran for three seasons from September 2003 until mid-2006, its timeslot was at 21:00 local time right after "Ta Nea tou ANT1" which was the same timeslot for other ANT1 stations outside Greece, within the Greek diaspora in 2007, the show broadcast at 19:00 on one of ANT1 stations. Its producer is Kostas Lychnaras and the directors were Charis Romas and Anna Chatzisofia. The show stars Haris Romas (of "Mama Mia", "Oi Men Kai Oi Den" and "Konstantinou kai Elenis" fame), Renia Louizidou, Joyce Eveidi, Vassilis Chalakatevakis, Kostas Flokatoulas, Christina Tsafou, Foteini Demiri, Haris Grigoropoulos, Stelios Goutis, Rania Ioannidou, Sofia Moutidou, Periklis Lianos, Dimitris Tsakalas, Hara/Chara Ismirou/Ismyrou, Dimitrios Macheras and Giannis Papathanas(s)is.
Armida Publications is an independent publishing house based in Nicosia, Cyprus. Founded in 1997 by Panos Ioannides, their primary goal is to promote high-level English-language publications from Cyprus and from Cypriot authors based abroad, or authors connected to Cyprus; they carry titles from authors based in the United States, the United Kingdom, Greece, Serbia, Sweden and from all over the EU. Over the course of their history, they have won and have been nominated for awards for literature from the European Union and also the International Rubery Book Award. Their title "To Peirama" (The Experiment) by Myrto Azina Chronides won the European Union Prize for Literature for Cyprus in 2011. They have translated works from the likes of Roger Willemsen and Emine Sevgi Ozdamar, and have published titles by, among others, Rory Maclean, Nick Danziger, Kevin Sullivan, Miltiades B. Hatzopoulos, Paul Stewart, Andreas Karayan, Nora Nadjarian, Elmos Konis, Lina Ellina, Klitos Ioannides, Chrysanthos Chrysanthou, Eve Meleagrou, Richard Romanus, Colette Ni Reammon Ioannidou, Jenny Benjamin, Yiangos P. Kleopas, Stefanos Evangelides, Mona Savvidou Theodoulou, Panos Ioannides, and Baret Yacoubian.