Synonyms for kristiina or Related words with kristiina

maarit              riikka              siiri              tiina              anneli              pirjo              maija              tuulikki              riitta              tuija              kirsi              sirkka              sinikka              kerttu              pauliina              liisa              pirkko              merja              kauko              marjatta              ritva              karoliina              inkeri              sinisalo              irja              tuula              liina              eila              toini              marjo              olavi              irmeli              eveliina              jouko              ahti              katri              josefin              kristjan              kirsti              juulia              toivanen              niilo              stina              rantanen              kauppi              hilkka              mikkonen              maikki              liisi              kuntola             

Examples of "kristiina"
Salokorpi has written and produced songs for various Finnish artist such as Jenni Vartiainen, Kristiina Wheeler, Kristiina Brask, Sini Sabotage, Robin and Teflon Brothers.
The bottom two: Kristiina Piperal, Norman Salumäe
Play Learn Heal, team leader Kristiina Kumpulainen
Kristiina Rove (born 1990) is a Finnish alpine ski racer.
"Eliminated: Kristiina Freimane, Maria Alanurme, Liisa Orav, Anna Kutšinskaja, "
Kristiina Wheeler (born 1983) is an English-Finnish singer.
Chisu has also written songs for Antti Tuisku, Tarja Turunen, Jippu, Kristiina Brask and Kristiina Wheeler. During her career, Chisu has sold over 230,000 certified records, which places her among the top 80 best-selling artists in Finland.
Kristiina is an Estonian and Finnish feminine given name. It is a cognate of the English and French given name Christine. Tiina is often used as a diminutive of Kristiina.
Kristiina Halttu (born 7 June 1963 in Kuivaniemi, Finland) is a Finnish actress.
Ilse Kristiina Lillak (born 15 April 1961) is a Finnish former javelin thrower, a world champion and an Olympic medalist.
Anna Falchi (; born Anna Kristiina Palomäki; 22 April 1972) is an Italian-Finnish model and film actress.
Kristiina Hannele Mäki (born 22 September 1991) is a Finnish-born runner who represents the Czech Republic in international competitions.
Kristiina Poska (born 12 July 1978 in Türi) is an Estonian conductor. She currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany.
The first Managing Director was Natasha Seeley. She led the organization from 2005 - 2007. Kristiina Helenius was appointed Managing Director (later Chief Executive Officer) in 2007.
Wheeler was born to an English father and a Finnish mother in Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England. The family moved to Tampere, Finland when Kristiina was six years old.
The name Kirsi originated as a short form of Kristiina, Finnish version of Christina or Kirsikka which means "cherry" in Finnish. It also means "frost" in Finnish.
In 1981, Tiit Lilleorg married former ballerina and dance teacher Alla Udovenko. They have one child; a daughter named Kristiina. He currently resides in Tartu.
On 25 September 2003, the Estonian Foreign Minister Kristiina Ojuland and Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe met during the UN General Assembly in New York City.
Kristiina Lassus (born 1966, Helsinki, Finland) is a Finnish product designer and interior architect. Kristiina Lassus graduated from the University of Industrial Arts of Helsinki (UIAH) with a Master of Arts (MA) in Design Leadership in 1992 and further specialized in product development at the Helsinki University of Technology in 1993. She had her second MA in Interior Architecture and Furniture Design from the UIAH in 1995.
Susan Kristiina Kuronen, currently Susan Kristiina Ruusunen (born 25 September 1970), is a divorced mother from Finland who had a relationship with Finland's then prime minister, Matti Vanhanen. The couple had met via an Internet dating service. The relationship lasted less than a year and ended in 2006, reportedly by the sending of an SMS message by Vanhanen. She has been heavily criticised for profiting from the publicity surrounding the brief affair.