Synonyms for wenche or Related words with wenche
Examples of "wenche"
Steenfeldt Stang (5 December 1917 – 28 March 2011), better known as
Foss (), was a leading Norwegian actress of stage, screen and television.
Skjæggestad (born 9 September 1943) is a Norwegian judge.
Andersen (born 10 July 1954) is a Norwegian chef.
Kjølås (born 20 December 1962) is a Norwegian businessperson.
Karin Nistad (born 1952) is a Norwegian businessperson and civil servant.
Alver Gløersen (15 May 1892 – 2 March 1982) was a Norwegian smallholder and writer.
Wenke is an alternative spelling of the Norwegian given name
He was a son of Sven Arntzen and father of presiding judge
Among actors who made their stage debut at Søilen Teater were
Wenches jul is a 1991 Christmas album by
Myhre. It was rereleased in 2003.
Cumming (born 2 May 1944) is a Norwegian politician for the Socialist Left Party.
His father married actress
Foss in 1953. Stang was thus a half-brother of politician Fabian Stang.
Lyngholm (born 13 May 1951 in Moss) is a Norwegian politician for the Socialist Left Party.
Stang was born in Oslo. He is the son of Norwegian actress
Foss and entrepreneur Thomas Stang.
Afrikaneren () is a 1966 Norwegian drama film directed by Barthold Halle, starring Earle Hyman and
Foss. It deals with Raymond, a young South African studying in Norway.
Arthur Buchardt (born 15 June 1948), is a Norwegian investor who mainly invests in hotel projects. He has been married to
is a popular female first name in Norway. The name is also spelled Venke, Wenke, Venche, Wencke, Vence or Vencke.
Blomberg (born 23 June 1943 in Tønsberg) is a Norwegian author. She has worked as a journalist, librarian, criminologist and government scholar.
Thomsen has featured on recordings with, among others, Ole Amund Gjersvik,
Gausdal Kvintett, Dag Arnesen, Bergen Blues Band, Ove Thue, Kari Bremnes, Ole Paus, Hans Inge Fagervik.
She was portrayed by Cecilie Graasvold in the play "Rotte på loftet", and by
Foss in the NRK television miniseries "En udødelig mann".
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