Synonyms for ksenija or Related words with ksenija

lidija              vanja              radmila              danijela              biljana              dragana              marijana              sanja              nikolina              nevena              branka              zorica              ljiljana              gordana              julija              jasmina              dijana              hristina              sofija              antonija              zorana              milica              marija              alenka              natasa              dragica              maneva              zvonko              tijana              mojca              ieva              todorova              emilija              natalija              zdenka              vesna              biserka              plamena              anamarija              stupica              vlada              aleksa              jovana              ljuba              damjan              anica              vedrana              vladislava              vasileva              savka             



Examples of "ksenija"
Ksenija Kranjec is 23 and from Slovenj Gradec. Ksenija was evicted on Day 15.
The editor-in-chief is Ksenija Baždarić (University of Rijeka ).
While Ksenija attended the Lyceum, she was also influenced by Nada Stoiljković, her philosophy professor. Stoiljković suggested that Ksenija should take up philosophy with her former professor at Belgrade, Branislav Petronijević, and so, in the autumn of 1918, Ksenija Atanasijevic became Petronijevic's pupil at the University of Belgrade.
Ksenija Balta was from 2009 until 2012 a member of the Estonian Centre Party.
Ksenija Tichonenko (born January 11, 1993) is a Kazakhstani-Russian female professional basketball player.
Ksenija Marinković (born 18 April 1966) is a Croatian film, television and theatre actress.
Ksenija Bulatović, ("Serbian": Ксенија Булатовић; born 5 May 1967) is a Serbian architect.
Vojnović married Tinka Kopač and had two daughters: Marija and Ksenija.
She had one sister named Princess Xenia (aka Ksenija) Nikolaïevna Orlova (1921–1963).
Ksenija Lukich (born 12 February 1990) is an Australian model and television presenter.
Kseniya (also Xeniya, Ksenia, Kseniya, Ksenija or Xena; derived from Greek ξενία "xenia" - "hospitality") is a female name used mainly in Russia, Ukraine and Greece. In Spain, although it started to become more popular during the 1990s, it appears mainly in Galician "Xenia" , and in Catalan "Xènia" where it is a traditional diminutive of "Eugènia". Related names include: "Oksana" (; ), "Axana" (), "Ksenija" (Slovenia, Croatia); "Xénia" (Hungary); "Senja" (Finland), and "Ksenija" (Ксенија) (Serbia, Montenegro and Macedonia)," Аксиния" Bulgaria .
Ksenija Pajić (born 30 June 1961) is a Croatian actress. She appeared in more than fifty films since 1985.
"Kalina, Kamenka, Karanfilka, Katerina, Katina, Kirana, Kira, Kiska, Kita, Klimentina, Konstantina, Kosara, Kostadinka, Krstana, Kruna, Ksenija, Kupenka"
Ksenija Balta (born November 1, 1986 in Minsk, Belarus) is an Estonian long jumper, sprinter and heptathlete.
Ksenija Milošević (Cyrillic: Ксенија Милошевић, born 1982, Belgrade, Serbia, former SFR Yugoslavia) is a Serbian singer and violinist, the member of the girlband Beauty Queens.
Decathlete Mikk Pahapill won European Indoor Championships in 2009 and heptathlete Ksenija Balta won Bronze medal at the European Junior Championships in 2005.
Ksenija Voishal (born 18 October 1994) is a Belarusian basketball player for Olimpia Grodno and the Belarusian national team, where she participated at the 2014 FIBA World Championship.
Meeting Ferenc Rados, Murray Perahia, Leon Fleisher, Arie Vardi, Alexander Lonquich, Ida Levin, Christoph Richter, Ksenija Jankovic, Irena Grafenauer and Sergio Azzolini, was very important for her.
The Jasunje monasteries dedicated to the Virgin of Transfiguration and St. John the Baptist were built in 1499 as an endowment of sister Ksenija.
The Constitution ("Ustav Republike Hrvatske") is a 2016 drama film directed by Rajko Grlić, starring Nebojša Glogovac, Ksenija Marinković, Dejan Aćimović, and Božidar Smiljanić.