Synonyms for petreska or Related words with petreska

rybkina              andjela              miruna              risteska              zdravkova              emilija              baeva              stojanovska              velevska              nozdran              koeva              miculescu              aleksieva              zlatina              boeva              malinova              nizharadze              ilieva              iuliana              biserka              spasovska              damjana              burmaka              leontina              sofija              fidatov              mladenova              sajko              jovanovska              nikolaidi              tvbg              arkhangelskaya              tsoy              debarlieva              vyacheslavovna              lyubo              devecerski              vitalievna              lyusi              zorana              mioara              izolda              vitrichenko              tvzg              brankica              kryuchkova              valerija              ralitsa              evija              romanovskaya             



Examples of "petreska"
Elena Petreska (, born August 1, 1980) is a Macedonian pop singer from Prilep. She started her career singing at children festivals and carried on with her studies on the Music Academy in Skopje. Currently she is working on her second album which has not got a name yet.
Elena finished on the fifth place with 67 points at Skopje Festival 2007 (the Macedonian Eurovision selection) with the song "Peam" ("I sing"). During the Montengrin festival, Budva 2007, Elena Petreska came in ninth place with the song "Kad Leptir Sleti" ("When the Butterfly Flies").
Petreska Vesna posits that myths including trinities of female mythical beings from Central and Eastern European cultures may be evidence for an Indo-European belief in trimutive female "spinners" of destiny. But according to the linguist M. L. West, various female deities and mythological figures in Europe show the influence of pre-Indo-European goddess-worship, and triple female fate divinities, typically "spinners" of destiny, are attested all over Europe and in Bronze Age Anatolia.