Synonyms for tsvetelina or Related words with tsvetelina

filipova              jekaterina              reneta              kirilova              anastasiia              volha              alevtina              nastassia              mariia              maevska              mladenova              anzhelika              maryia              sofiya              svitlana              stoyanova              marharyta              katsiaryna              vasileva              nadezda              svetla              oxana              tsvetanka              tetyana              ilieva              iuliia              hristiana              liubov              yordanova              oleksandra              rumyana              liudmila              krassimira              liliya              ignatova              golovatenko              yevheniya              hristina              dimova              valeriia              stanislava              silviya              anzhela              rimma              todorova              borislava              vladislava              ionela              solohub              antoaneta             



Examples of "tsvetelina"
Tsvetelina Naydenova () (born ) is a Bulgarian group rhythmic gymnast.
Tsvetelin () is a Bulgarian masculine given name, its feminine counterpart is Tsvetelina. It may refer to
Todorova was member of the Bulgarian group that competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Together with Lyubomira Kazanova, Mihaela Maevska, Tsvetelina Naydenova, Reneta Kamberova), they won the Group All-around bronze medal. They dedicated their medal to their teammate Tsvetelina Stoyanova, whom attempted to commit suicide and fell from her apartment in Sofia.
Kazanova was member of the Bulgarian group that competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Together with Reneta Kamberova, Mihaela Maevska, Tsvetelina Naydenova, Hristiana Todorova), they won the Group All-around bronze medal. They dedicated their medal to their teammate Tsvetelina Stoyanova, whom attempted to commit suicide and fell from her apartment in Sofia.
Kamberova was member of the Bulgarian group that competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Together with Lyubomira Kazanova, Mihaela Maevska, Tsvetelina Naydenova, Hristiana Todorova), they won the Group All-around bronze medal. They dedicated their medal to their teammate Tsvetelina Stoyanova, whom attempted to commit suicide and fell from her apartment in Sofia.
Maevska was member of the Bulgarian group that competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Together with Lyubomira Kazanova, Reneta Kamberova, Tsvetelina Naydenova, Hristiana Todorova), they won the Group All-around bronze medal. They dedicated their medal to their teammate Tsvetelina Stoyanova, whom attempted to commit suicide and fell from her apartment in Sofia. Maevska was the flag bearer for Bulgaria during the closing ceremony.
Tsvetelina Yordanova Stoyanova (; born in Sofia, Bulgaria) is a Bulgarian group rhythmic gymnast. She is the 2008 European Junior bronze medalist in rope. She won the gold medal in the Group-all around the 2014 World Championships.
Same Sex Mary is an independent rock band from Boulder City, Nevada formed by James Howard Adams with Tsvetelina Stefanova, and are well known members of the Las Vegas indie music scene.
A ERA is a Bulgarian publishing house created by Tsvetelina Decheva (Dečeva; president) in 1996. It publishes mainly translated works by authors such as Jeffery Deaver, Orson Scott Card, Agatha Christie, Katerine Eliot, Stefan Kisyov and Aleksandr Belov.
In Bulgaria, Palm Sunday is known as "Tsvetnitsa" ("tsvete", "flower") or "Vrabnitsa" ("varba", "willow"), or Flower's Day. People with flower-related names (e.g., Lilia, Margarita, Nevena, Ralitsa, Rosa, Temenuzhka, Tsvetan, Tsvetana, Tsvetelin, Tsvetelina, Tsvetko, Violeta, Yavor, Zdravko, Zjumbjul, etc.) celebrate this day as their name day.
Tsvetelina Zarkova () (born in Pernik) is a Bulgarian female volleyball player. She is a member of the Bulgaria women's national volleyball team and plays for CS Știința Bacău. She was part of the Bulgarian national team at the 2014 FIVB Volleyball Women's World Championship in Italy.
Tsvetelina Abrasheva (; born 27 May 1977) is a Bulgarian former competitive figure skater. Having started skating at age three, she represented Bulgaria at the 1994 Winter Olympics, placing 24th, and won the silver medal at the 1996 Ondrej Nepela Memorial. After tearing cruciate ligaments in the knee, she struggled to recover and retired from competition.
Borisov is divorced, but for a number of years lived with Tsvetelina Borislavova, head of Bulgarian American Credit Bank. Borisov has a daughter, Veneta, from his former marriage to the physician Stela. Borisov also has a sister, Krasimira Ivanova. Borisov's great-grandfather was executed in the wake of the Bulgarian coup d'état of 1944.
Naydenova was member of the Bulgarian group that competed at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Together with Lyubomira Kazanova, Mihaela Maevska, Reneta Kamberova, Hristiana Todorova), they won the Group All-around bronze medal. They dedicated their medal to their teammate Tsvetelina Stoyanova, whom attempted to commit suicide and fell from her apartment in Sofia.
Tsvetelina Kirilova () (born July 14, 1977) is a Bulgarian track and field athlete who competes in the 400 metres, the 800 metres and the 400 metres hurdles. Her personal bests are 51.63 in the 400 metres achieved at Ankara on May 22, 1999, 1:59.63 in the 800 metres achieved at Luzern on June 27, 2001 and the 55.22 in the 400 metres hurdles achieved at Beijing on August 17, 2008.
In 2011, according to allegedly leaked U.S. diplomatic documents, "Borisov is alleged to have used his former position as head of Bulgarian law enforcement to arrange cover for criminal deals, and his common-law wife, Tsvetelina Borislavova, manages a large Bulgarian bank that has been accused of laundering money for organized criminal groups, as well as for Borisov's own illegal transactions." The U.S. Embassy in Sofia has, however, denied having such documents.
On April 20, 2016 Krisko announced the single "Dali Tova Lyubov e" citing it as "a bit different project from his other songs with a love theme". The video was recorded in Bali, Indonesia featuring a local Indonesian model as his love interest. In September 2016, Krisko premiered the song "#OET", known as "Oshte Edin Tants", which was also highlighted with a romantic thematic. The video of the song was filmed in the city of Dubai, United Arab Emirates together with his girlfriend Tsvetelina Todorova.
Beloslava, Bilyana, Bisera, Bistra, Blaga, Blagorodna, Blagovesta, Blaguna, Bogdana, Boryana, Borislava, Boyana, Boyka, Bozhana, Bozhidara, Branimira, Darina, Denica, Desislava, Dobra, Dobryana, Dobrinka, Dobromira, Dragana, Elka, Grozda, Grozdana, Iskra, Kalina, Krasimira, Kosara, Luba, Lyubomira, Lyudmila, Lyubka, Lyubov, Malina, Miglena, Mila, Militsa, Milka , Milanka, Milena, Mira, Miriana, Mirolyuba, Miroslava, Nadezhda, Nadia, Neda, Nedelya, Nedyalka, Nevena, Ognyana, Plamena, Preslava, Rada, Radka, Radost, Radostina, Radoslava, Radosveta, Ralica, Rosica, Rostislava, Rumena, Rumyana, Slavena, Slavina, Slavka, Snezha, Snezhana, Snezhanka, Snezhina, Spasena, Spaska, Stanimira, Stanislava, Stanka, Stilyana, Stoyanka, Stoyna, Svetla, Svetlana, Svetoslava, Svetozara, Svilena, Tsveta, Tsvetanka, Tsvetelina, Tsviata, Velika, Velislava, Velizara, Velmira, Vera, Vesela, Veselina, Vyara, Vihra, Vladislava, Zdravka, Zhivka, Zlata, Zlatina, Zora, Zorka, Zornitsa
The first solo Fiki album was released on April 30, 2014 titled "Beshe Obich" (in Bulgarian "Беше обич"). The title song topped Bulgarian "Planet Top 20" chart in May. At the beginning of summer comes the song "Stiga" (in Bulgarian "Стига") with popular music video director Ludmil Illarionov - Lucy. Singer embarked on a "Planeta Summer 2014" tour for the first time promoting his album. In October 2014 he was featured in a song by Tsvetelina Yaneva titled "Strah Me e" (in Bulgarian "Страх ме е"). In same month he released the video for a second duet with Galena called "Boje, Prosti" (in Bulgarian "Боже, прости"). On November 24, 2014 Fiki release a new single "Gore-Dolu" (in Bulgarian "Горе-долу") featuring singer Preslava. The follow up songs for the Christmas and New Year season were "Zaydi, Zaydi" ("Зайди, зайди") and "Yano, mori" ("Яно, мори").
In 1989, when the communism fell, restrictions on broadcasting Chalga or Pop-folk music were lifted. A new generation of musicians adopted the genre and grabbed the public spotlight, performing daring and overtly sexual songs not allowed earlier. Pop-folk also infiltrated the mass media with a string of controversial sensational coverage. Though it was still widely considered "degenerate" and "low level" music, it managed to gain popularity in the following decade. In the first years of the rise of Chalga, the melodies were influenced by Arabic, Turkish and Greek folk music featuring instruments such as zurna, clarinet, accordion and buzuki. The early Pop-folk divas and "kings", such as Toni Dacheva - the singer of Kristal Orchestra - Gloria, Valdes, Rado Shisharkata and Sasho Roman, opened the way for uprising stars such as Sashka Vaseva, Desi Slava, Ivana, Kamelia, Reni, Extra Nina, Tsvetelina, Vesela, Joro Lyubimetsa. Although, some had only several years of success, many of the stars of the early Pop-folk years became icons for the genre. Several recording studios such as Payner Music and ARA Music, pumped out a steady stream of tracks every week on dedicated TV channels.