Synonyms for panagiota or Related words with panagiota
Examples of "panagiota"
Kariotis (Παναγιώτα Καριώτη)
Top 4: Jean Pierre Falone Stasinopoulos, Fanie Michailidou,
Tsitsela (, born August 1, 1972]) is a retired Greek rhythmic gymnast.
Tsakiri (born in Drama, Greece on ) is a Greek biathlete and cross-country skier.
Tsonis serves as principal, and Linda Jasper is the assistant principal.
Giota Lydia (Yiota Lydia)( )(
Mandaraki() ,February 24, 1934 in Nea Ionia, Greece) is a Greek Laïko singer.
" works are a subset of this series. The idea of time is directly addressed with the "
" pieces. The work visually charts a conversation Penny has with a young woman by rendering her facial expression at different points in their conversation—bringing time-photography directly into sculptural form.
Tsakiri competed for Greece in cross-country at the 2006 Olympics (as a fifteen-year-old) and in biathlon at the 2010 Olympics.
Daskalopoulos is a professor of mathematics at Columbia University whose research involves partial differential equations and differential geometry. At Columbia, she also serves as Director of Undergraduate Studies for mathematics.
At the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, El-Hawary improved her performance from the previous games by hitting a total of 51 targets in women's skeet, finishing in seventeenth place only six points behind Cyprus'
Works by Liana Anastasiadis, Lydia Andrioti,
Apostolopoulos, Leonidas Chalepas, Mark Hadjipateras, Marie Jacotey, Anita King, Esther Lemi, Christos Markogiannakis, Maria Nymfiadi, Costas Picadas, Fotis Sagonas, Cam Santin, Katerina Skassi, Alice Skoulikidis, Lydia Venieri, Iria Vrettos, Tassos Vrettos, Cindy Tower.
"Peny" Karagkouni (Greek: Παναγιώτα Καραγκούνη; born July 1, 1993) is a Greek beach volleyball player. Her debut appearance in beach volleyball tournaments was in 2013, when she replaced Maria Tsiartsiani as Vicky Arvaniti's partner.
For the past 10 years, the Cypriot Ministry of Education has been appointing teachers to Greek Schools throughout the UK through the Cyprus Educational Mission (C.E.M). Our school’s Deputies appointed by the CEM were Maria Genari, Gianna Andreou, Christina Christodoulou, Mattheos Venetsanos, and currently,
From "Panagia" derive the common Greek given names "
" (feminine; pronunciation: "Pah-nah-YAW-tah"; common diminutives: "Ghiota", "Nota") and "Panagiotis" (masculine; pronunciation: "Pah-nah-YAW-tees"; common diminutives: "Panos", "Notis"). Both names signify that the person is named in honor of Mary, mother of Jesus and consequently their name days are celebrated as if they were named Mary or Marios.
Panos Kokkinopoulos after many years of cooperation with Alpha TV he directed the successful series Mavra Mesanychta (Μαύρα Μεσάνυχτα) choosing actors that had worked with him in the past like Stelios Mainas (Στέλιος Μάινας),
Vlanti (Παναγιώτα Βλαντή), Bessy Malfa (Μπέσυ Μάλφα), Gerasimos Skiadaresis ( Γεράσιμος Σκιαδαρέσης) which are the stars of the series.
Panagiotis or Panayiotis (, ), "Παν" (all) "άγιος" (holy or saint) suffix "-της" (which can mean "of the"), is a common male Greek name. It derives from the Greek epithet Panagia or Panayia ("All-Holy") for the Virgin Mary, the mother of Jesus. The feminine form of the name is
or Panayiota (Παναγιὡτα). Both share the name day with Maria, Mario, Mary, Despoina (or Despina) and all their diminutives on the Dormition of the Theotokos on 15 August. There are many diminutives of Panagiotis such as Panos (Πάνος), Panagis/Panayis (Παναγής), Takis (Τάκης, from the diminutive Panagiotakis or Panayiotakis), Panikos (Πανίκος, in Cyprus), while
or Panayiota is commonly reduced to Giota or Yiota (Γιώτα).
Fragiskatos' family is of Greek descent. His grandmother
emigrated from Greece following World War II, and later became an organizer for the New Democratic Party's leaders Tommy Douglas and Stephen Lewis. Fragiskatos later attributed his interest in politics and social justice to her. He attended the University of Western Ontario, Queen's University, and finally the University of Cambridge, where his focus was on Kurdish human rights issues.
Loukia works in a magazine as the manager of her boyfriend Takis but they keep their relationship as a secret at work. Tzovani is an immigrant from Albania with a wealthy job. He is married with Tzouli, ex Miss Albania and they have a daughter Romina who managed to pass the exams in medicine school. Markos and Hristos are a gay couple and Vasiliki(who also is still a virgin),
and Mary are the oldest tenants who are still looking to find their partners.
Upon receiving these news, Greeks became infuriated. A protest strike was called on July 13 in Athens and proved highly successful, paralyzing the city almost completely for 24 hours. Similar protests were organized in Thessaloniki and smaller cities in northern Greece. A second general strike was organized by EAM on July 22, which rallied between 100,000 to 300,000 (or even 400,000 according to some sources) people in central Athens. A massive crowd attempted to march from Omonoia Square towards Syntagma Square along Panepistimiou Street, but came across a barricade put up by mechanized German army forces, Italian cavalry and Greek collaborationist police. The protesters were fired upon during their attempt to breach the barricade and were forced to withdraw, leaving behind 22 dead and several hundred wounded. Workers and university students participated in large numbers in the protest. Several of them were killed, being either run over by armoured vehicles or fired upon. Among them,
Stathopoulou () and Koula Lili () are two of the most remembered today. Soon after the protest, the plans to extend the Bulgarian occupation zone were postponed indefinitely and never materialized.
Participating artists included Nikos Alexiou -Liana Anastasiadi - Lydia Andrioti - Stephen Antonakos -
Apostolopoulou - Avgi-Maria Atmatzidou - Jan Baracz - Pierrot Carillero - Leonidas Chalepas - Manolis Charos - Stanislav Chertenkov - Chiara Clemente - Kristina Colovic - Lydia Dambassina - Venia Dimitrakopoulou - [dNASAb] - Alexis Fidetzis - Karen Finley - Robert Flynt - Yannis Gazetopoulos - Peter Gerakaris - Giullia Ghiani - Theodoulos Gregoriou - Dimosthenis Grivas - Rosalinda Gonzalez - Shalom Gorewitz - Olga Goulandris - Mark Hadjipateras & Christina Katsari - Gregory de la Haba - Heide Hatry - Pato Hebert - Jon Henry - Gary Indiana - Nobuhiro Ishihara - Marie Voyatzis Jacotey - Brad Kahlhamer - Jason Karaindros - Danai Katopodi - Anita King - Andonis Kioukas - Dimitra Kondilatou - Panos Kouros - Tao Kulczycki - Nicaella Kallimenopoulos - Esmeralda Kosmatopoulos - Harris Kondosphyris - Panos Kostouros - Tyrone Lebon - Aleta Lee - Esthir Lemi - Colette Lumiere - Christos Markogiannakis - Silvia Macci and Synergy of art - Marjan Moghaddam - Dean Monogenis - Trine Nedreas - Melina Nicolaides - Maria Nymfiadi - ORLAN - Aga Ousseinov - Anna Pagalou - Maria Papadimitriou - Richard Pasquarelli - Ben Patton - Katie Peyton - Kostas Picadas - Mano Pontikakis - Shashpour Pouyan - Pepa Prieto - Marianna Sangita Røe - Mary Reid Kelly - Konstantinos Rigos - Alfredo Romano - Fotis Sagonas - Lucas Samaras - Camila Santin - Katerina Skassi - Aliki Skoulikidi - Thomas Stavropoulos - Patrick Swirc - Raphaele Shirley - Takis - Philip Tsiaras - Betty Tompkins - Cindy Tower - trapέζῆν collective - George Tsokopoulos - Pedro Tyler - Dimitris Vassilakis - George Vdokakis - Lydia Venieri - Theodoras Vogiatzidis - Adonis Volanakis - Iria Vrettou - Tassos Vrettos - Lee Wells - Alison Williams - Phyllis Yampolsky - Theodoros Zafeiropoulos - Manolis Zaharioudakis - O Zhang - Agni Zotis - Vanessa Zouganeli.
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