Synonyms for kert or Related words with kert

kopriva              kerekes              sroka              kozar              stefana              plachta              mikula              cukier              marinkovic              gurra              ndrenika              tereba              madaras              bozic              kwiatkowska              vladimira              szulc              svete              cazan              kirjonen              gamburg              stuhr              moskwa              karpowicz              rojek              salka              eppel              marjana              kabos              trzaska              godec              kasperski              grzelak              wachowiak              niemczyk              kupiec              kaasik              janicki              stoika              ennen              buday              chojnacki              klemola              sinun              holoubek              kalda              savel              olesk              elzbieta              glumac             

Examples of "kert"
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Tir Kert (, also Romanized as Tīr Kert and Tīr Kart; also known as Tī Kert) is a village in Karchambu-e Jonubi Rural District, in the Central District of Buin va Miandasht County, Isfahan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 250, in 45 families.
The call of this species is a nasal "cherrrt" or a rattle and roll, "kert rrruk kert rrruk", and the melodious and complex song is a mix of clear whistles and musical trills.
The suffix "-kert" is frequently found in Armenian toponymy, meaning "built by".
Quzumkənd (, Kert) is a village in the Khojavend Rayon of Azerbaijan.
Georgy Martynovitch Kert (, (February 1, 1923 – September 26, 2009; Petrozavodsk) was a Russian linguist and Kildin Sámi specialist. In addition to a reference grammar on Kildin Sámi written in 1971, and two collections of texts from 1961 and 1988 written together with V. Z. Panfilov and P. M. Zajkov, Kert has also worked with naming questions. Kert has worked at the Institute for Language, Literature and History at the Karelian branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Petrozavodsk.
Anita Kert Ellis (born Anita Kurt; April 12, 1920, Montreal, Quebec, Canada) is a Canadian-born American singer and actress.
The Battle for Height 776, part of the larger Battle of Ulus-Kert, was an engagement in the Second Chechen War that took place during fighting for control of the Argun River gorge in the highland Shatoysky District of central Chechnya, between the villages of Ulus-Kert and Selmentausen.
Johannes Kert (born 3 December 1959) is an Estonian politician and former military officer. He served as the Commander of the Estonian Defence Forces from 1996 until 2000. He retired from the military in 2008. Since 2014, Kert has been a member of the Estonian Reform Party.
Shortly after opening night, Jones withdrew from the show, reportedly due to illness, but actually due to his belief that the show was too nihilistic, spurred on from his ongoing divorce proceedings. He was replaced by his understudy Larry Kert, who had created the role of Tony in "West Side Story". Kert earned rave reviews for his performance when the critics were invited to return. In an unusual move, the Tony Awards committee deemed Kert eligible for a nomination, an honor usually reserved for the actor who originates a role.
He was previously married to Daveda M. Kert, with whom he had a daughter, Lelanea Anne Barry, who died suddenly in 2004 at the age of 35.
Stepanakert meaning the "city of Stepan" is named after the Armenian Bolshevik revolutionary Stepan Shaumian. The name is formed of the words "Stepan" () and "kert" () meaning "town".
Mindaugas Budzinauskas, Larry Daniels, Gert Dorbek, Kert Kesküla, Karmo Allikas, Petri Virtanen, Andre Pärn, Aivar Kuusmaa, Krzysztof Wilangowski, Ivo Uibukant, Leho Kraav, Rauno Pehka (Coach: Heino Enden)
Kert Toobal (born 3 June 1979) is a Estonian volleyball player, a member of the Estonia men's national volleyball team and French club Rennes Volley 35.
The four main characters are played by Diana Dors (Irene Sadini), Brandon deWilde (Hugo), David J. Stewart (Vincent Sadini), and Larry Kert (George Morris).
Kertész is a Hungarian occupational surname, which means gardener, derived from "kert" ("garden"). Alternative spellings include Kertesz and Kertes. The surname may refer to:
According to Arthur Laurents, who wrote the book for "West Side Story", Kert was "a California extrovert, laughing, bubbling, deadly funny, and openly gay." Director-choreographer Jerome Robbins frequently clashed with Kert, publicly chastising him for being a "faggot", despite the fact that Robbins himself, fellow dancer Tommy Abbott, and most of the creative team were gay. Kert did not repeat his role in the 1961 film version of the show because at 30 years old he looked unbelievable as a teenager. The role went to former child actor Richard Beymer, whose vocals were dubbed by Jimmy Bryant. Kert was upset at being passed over for the role, because he had hoped that it would jump-start his film career.
Astra Hungary FC, a.k.a. Astra-Bíró-Kert for sponsorship reasons, is a Hungarian women's football club from Budapest competing in the Hungarian 1st Division.
Kahart (, also Romanized as Kahrt; also known as Kamart, Kert, and Khirt) is a village in Poshtkuh Rural District, in the Central District of Khvansar County, Isfahan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 512, in 157 families.
Christian Kert (born July 25, 1946 in Salon-de-Provence, Bouches-du-Rhône) is a member of the National Assembly of France. He represents the Bouches-du-Rhône department, and is a member of the Union for a Popular Movement.