Synonyms for sinikka or Related words with sinikka
Examples of "sinikka"
means "blue", and it comes from "Sininen", the Finnish word for "blue". The name Sini originated as a variant of
. It also means bluebird.
Törmänen lives and works in Oulu. He is married to author
Mönkäre (born 6 March 1947) is a Finnish politician who served as minister in different cabinets of Finland.
He married Heidi Maria Suovanen, an actor, in 1959. They had two sons and a daughter. They separated in 1982 and divorced in 1984, after he fell in love with
Koivisto, who was 29 years his junior. In 1984 he married
, who survived him.
The band's founding members were
Sokka, Pekka Aarnio, Kiti Neuvonen and Martti Launis. Later lineups included Monna Kamu, Liisa Tavi and Anu Saari.
The name Sini means "blue". It originated as a variant of the name
, which in turn comes from "Sininen", the Finnish word for blue.
Laine-Törmänen (born 17 October 1945 in Riihimäki, Finland) is a Finnish author primarily of young adult fiction. Her first novel "Ohari" was published in 1982.
John Kellman of the All About Jazz magazine recognized
Langeland Ensemble's appearance at Vossajazz March 2013, as no. 2 of his "Best Live Shows of 2013".
Karu married Elli Kylmänen, at the end of 1915. The couple had two children, Olavi (1916-1992) and
Langeland (born 13 January 1961 in Grue, Norway) is a Norwegian traditional folk singer and musician (kantele), known for combining traditional music with elements of jazz.
Mirjam Kurkinen (born October 3, 1935 in Joutseno, South Karelia) is a Finnish painter. She studied in Helsinki and Paris.
Aila Flöjt is a Finnish ski orienteering competitor. At the World Ski Orienteering Championships in 1975 she won a gold medal with the Finnish relay team, together with Raili Sallinen and
Kukkonen, and placed seventh in the individual contest. At the 1977 World Championships in Velingrad, Bulgaria, she won a gold medal in the relay, with Kaija Halonen and
Kukkonen, and placed fifth in the individual contest.
Kaija Silvennoinen (née Halonen, born May 5, 1954) is a Finnish ski orienteering competitor. At the World Ski Orienteering Championships in 1977 in Velingrad, Bulgaria, she won a gold medal in the relay, with Aila Flöjt and
Kukkonen, and placed fourth in the individual contest. At the World Ski Orienteering Championships in 1980 she won a gold medal with the Finnish relay team, together with Mirja Puhakka and
Kukkonen, and a silver medal in the individual contest.
Halme, née Soppi (4 March 1934, Jääski), is a Finnish singer who performed on Eurovision in 1963 with the song "Muistojeni laulu" ("The Song of My Memories"). She landed a tied 13th place with 0 Points.
Tuomisto (born 17 February 1986 in Tampere) is a Finnish model who won the 2008 Miss Finland competition. She also took part in the Miss Universe 2008 competition.
Bohlin (born 1947), is a Swedish social democratic politician who has been a member of the Riksdag in 1988–2010. She served as President of the Nordic Council in 2009.
Niemelä (Helsinki, 26 December 1936 - Argentina, 18 December 2006) was a leading Finnish Argentine astronomer. She was the second Argentine to be elected for Associate of the Royal Astronomical Society.
Kukkonen (born 1 August 1947 in Tervo) is a Finnish orienteering competitor. She is World Champion in both orienteering and ski orienteering. She became the first World Champion in ski orienteering, in 1975.
In 2008, the first exportation to Finland of registered DNA tested Koolies were orchestrated by members of the Koolie Club of Australia, for Ms
Kumpusalmi of Vehmersalmi, and Mrs Satu Tasanen of Honkilahti, Finland.
In 2009, exactly 23 years later, 13-year-old
Weghamm goes missing from the local fair. Her bicycle is discovered in the same spot where Pia's bike had been found.
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