Synonyms for triin or Related words with triin

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Examples of "triin"
Triin Narva played for Estonia in four Chess Olympiads:
" Advanced to the final: Triin Niitoja, Rosanna Lints, Teele Viira "
Triin Narva (born November 12, 1994) is an Estonian chess player.
„Kaardipakk“ (poetry with Karl Martin Sinijärv, Jürgen Rooste, Triin Soomets, Asko Künnap, published by Näo Kirik 2001),
„Kaardipakk Kaks“ (poetry with Asko Künnap, Karl Martin Sinijärv, Jürgen Rooste, Triin Soomets, published by Näo Kirik 2006),
He is married to an Estonian swimmer Triin Aljand. They have a daughter Brina, who was born in 2015.
Triin is an Estonian feminine given name. It is a form of "Katherine". The name is common in Estonia, and may refer to any of the following persons:
His sisters Triin and Berit are also a swimmers. His father Riho is a swimming coach, and his grandmother, Ulvi Voog (Indrikson), is a former Olympic swimmer.
Her husband Jaan Narva (1958 – ) is a FIDE master (2004). They have two chess-playing daughters Triin Narva (1994– ) and Mai Narva (1999– ). In 2014 and 2016 Mai Narva won the Estonian Women's Chess Championship and she is European U16 Girls Champion 2014. In the 2014 Chess Olympiad in Tromsø, Norway, all three played for the Estonian Women's team: Mai board 1, Triin Board 3, and Regina Board 5 (first reserve).
Haasma's most substantial film role to date was the role of Mattias in the 2016 Triin Ruumet directed tragicomedy "Päevad, mis ajasid segadusse", for Kinosaurus Film. He has also appeared in several film shorts.
Triin Ojaste (born March 14, 1990 in Rakvere) is an Estonian cross-country skier who has competed since 2007. At the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, she finished 16th in the team sprint and 37th in the individual sprint event.
Triin Tobi (born June 3, 1995 in Tartu, Estonia) is an alpine skier from Estonia. She competed for Estonia at the 2014 Winter Olympics in the slalom and giant slalom.
Jürgen Rooste, FS, Elo Viiding, Toomas Liiv, Aleksander Suuman, Kivisildnik, Kalev Keskküla, Asko Künnap, Kristiina Ehin, Triin Soomets, Mats Traat, Hasso Krull, Kalju Kruusa, Fagira D. Morti, Eeva Park, Karl Martin Sinijärv, Aare Pilv, Wimberg. Edited by Harri Rinne, translated by Anu Laitila
Künnap’s publishing house Näo Kirik primarily prints contemporary Estonian poetry, including works by authors Hasso Krull, Karl Martin Sinijärv, Jürgen Rooste, Elo Viiding, Triin Soomets, Jan Kaus, Vahur Afanasjev, Veronika Kivisilla, Kaur Riismaa, Kristiina Ehin, Maarja Kangro, Lauri Saatpalu, Hannu Oittinen, and Liina Tammiste.
Triin Aljand (born July 8, 1985) is a retired Estonian swimmer who won a silver medal at the 2012 European Aquatics Championships in 50 m butterfly. She competed in the 2004, 2008 and 2012 Summer Olympics in the 50 m and 100 m freestyle and 100 butterfly, but never reached the finals. She also participated in multiple FINA World Aquatics Championships.
Triin Narva was born into a chess playing family. She is the granddaughter of Estonian chess champion Boris Rõtov and Woman International Correspondence Chess Grandmaster Merike Rõtova. Her father Jaan Narva is FIDE master, while both her mother Regina Narva and her sister Mai Narva have won the Estonian Women's Chess Championship.
Rõtova is married to an Estonian chess master Boris Rõtov (1937-1987). The couple have a son, Igor Rõtov (1963-) and daughter Regina Narva (WFM, 1970-), who were also chess players. Her granddaughters Triin Narva (WCM, 1994-) and Mai Narva (WIM, 1999-) are also chess players. Mai Narva is two times Estonian Women's Chess Championship winner (2014, 2016) and European U16 Girls Champion (2014).
Mai Narva was born in a chess player's family. She is Estonian chess master Boris Rõtov's and Lady International Correspondence Chess Grandmaster Merike Rõtova's granddaughter. Her father, Jaan Narva, is FIDE master, her mother is Regina Narva and her sister Triin Narva.
Voog graduated from the University of Tartu. She started training in swimming in 1952 and after retirement in 1967 worked as a swimming coach for Dünamo Tallinn (1967–92) and the Soviet swimming team (1977). Around 1960 she changed her name to Indrikson. She is a grandmother of Estonian swimmers Triin, Martti and Berit Aljand. In 1957 she was chosen as the Estonian Sportspersonality of the year.
The Tartu Toy Museum opened on 29 May 1994 under the auspices of the City Government of Tartu. The museum was located in the basement of a private house at the foot of Toome Hill and in a smaller adjoining building at the address 1 Lai St. The founders of the museum were , and Tiia Toomet, the latter became also the first director of the toy museum. Since 2007 the director of the toy museum has been Triin Vaaro.