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Saints name

A saint’s name is the name of a saint given to individuals at their baptism or confirmation within the Catholic Church. It is believed that the saint whose name is chosen will serve as a special patron to protect, guide, and be the heavenly inter ...

                                               

Aaro

Aaro may refer to: Aaro Shadow of the Eagle, a character portrayed by Mikko Leppilampi in the 2005 Finnish film Kaksipaisen kotkan varjossa. People with the name aaro: Aaro Vainio born 1993, Finnish Formula Renault 2.0 Eurocup driver. Aaro Hellaa ...

                                               

Aatish

Aatish Taseer born 1980, British-born writer-journalist. Aatish Bhalaik born 1991, Indian cricketer. Khwaja Haidar Ali Aatish 1778–1848, Urdu poet from Lucknow, India.

                                               

Aba

Aba Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture, Sichuan, China. Aba, Abia, a commercial city in eastern Nigeria. Aba County, Aba Prefecture, Sichuan, China. Aba, Sichuan, main town in Aba County. Aba, Democratic Republic of the Congo. Aba, Okayama, ...

                                               

Abassi

Abassi may refer to: Abassi Boinaheri born 1976, French footballer. Ines Abassi born 1982, Tunisian poet and journalist. Abassi, the Supreme Creator in the pantheon of the Nigerian Efik people. Abassi cotton, a variety of Egyptian cotton, grown i ...

                                               

Abburi

                                               

Abdias

Abdias may refer to: Obadiah or Abdias, a Biblical theophorical name. Book of Abdias, the shortest book in the Hebrew Bible. Abdias of Babylon, said to have been one of the Seventy Apostles mentioned in the Gospel of Luke. Abdias, a deacon and co ...

                                               

Abdo

A masculine Arabic name, and a nickname for Abdul. Given name Abdo Al-Edresi born 1986, Yemeni football player. Abdou Traore born 1981, Malian football player. Abdo al Tallawi, Syrian general killed in the Siege of Homs in 2011. Abdou Doumbia bor ...

                                               

Abdon

Abdon biblical figure, several minor biblical figures. The son of Micah, one of those whom Josiah sent to the prophetess Huldah, also known as Achbor. Abdon Judges, the son of Hillel, a Pirathonite, the twelfth judge of Israel, also probably Bedan.

                                               

Abdul Rasul

Salah Abdul Rasool Al Blooshi born 1981, Bahraini held in Guantanamo. Abdul Rasul Sayyaf born 1946, Afghan Islamist politician. Abdul Rasul Iraqi scientist died 1983, Iraqi nuclear engineer, reportedly killed by Israel. Abdul Rasul Uyghur, Pakist ...

                                               

Abdul Wali

Abdul Wali may refer to: Abdul Wali torture victim ca. 1975–2003, Afghan who died in US custody. Abdiweli Sheikh Ahmed born 1959, Somali economist, diplomat and politician. Abduwali Muse born ca. 1992, Somali accused of piracy. Abdilwali Hersi Ab ...

                                               

Aben

Aben may refer to: Aben Humeya 1520–1569, Spanish leader who commanded the Morisco Revolt against Philip II of Spain. Aben, Louisiana, an unincorporated community in Ascension Parish, Louisiana. Karl Aben 1896–1976, Estonian-Latvian linguist and ...

                                               

Abie

Abie Nathan, former Israeli humanitarian and peace activist. Cal Abrams nicknamed "Abie", former American Major League Baseball player. Abie Grossfeld, former American Olympic champion gymnast and current American gymnastics coach.

                                               

Abu Musab

Abu Musab may refer to: Mustafa Setmariam Nasar, also known as Abu Musab al-Suri. Mohamedou Ould Slahi, Mauritanian detainee at the Guantanamo Bay detention camp. Ahmad Fadeel al-Nazal al-Khalayleh, also known as Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.

                                               

Abu Omar

Mohammed Mohiedin Anis, Syrian car collector, also known as Abu Omar. Abu Abdullah al-Rashid al-Baghdadi died 2010, also known as Abu Omar al-Baghdadi, Iraqi insurgent. Abu Qatada born 1960, sometimes called Abu Omar, Jordanian militant living in ...

                                               

Abu Salim

Abu Salim actor born 1956, Indian actor in Malayalam movies. Ibrahim ibn Ali of Morocco, Abu Salim, Marinid Sultan of Morocco 1359–1361. Abu Salim comedian born 1929, Lebanese actor and comedian. Abu Salim al-Ayyashi 1628–1679, travel writer, poe ...

                                               

Abu Talha

Abu Talha may refer to: Abu Talha Al-Almani or Denis Cuspert, also known as Deso Dogg 1975–2018, German former rapper and ISIL member. Abu Talhah al Amrikee, or Zachary Adam Chesser born 1989, American convicted in 2010 for aiding al-Shabaab, whi ...

                                               

Abu Talib

Abu Taleb or Abu Talib may refer to: Abu Taleb Rostam 997–1029, Buyid amir of Ray, Iran. Abu Talib ibn Abd al-Muttalib 549-619, Arab leader and head of the Banu Hashim clan. Abu Talib al-Makki died 996, Arab scholar, jurist and mystic. Yousef Abu ...

                                               

Achi

Achi may refer to: Achi language, a Mayan language. Achi people, a Maya people in Guatemala. In places: Achi Nigeria, a town in Enugu State, Nigeria. Achi, Jalal-Abad, a village in Kyrgyzstan. Achi, Ozurgeti Municipality, a village in Georgia. Ac ...

                                               

Achy

Achy may refer to: Stephane Achy born 1988, Gabonese footballer. Suffering from pain. (Страдания от боли) Achy Obejas, born 1956, Cuban-American writer and translator focused on personal and national identity issues. Achy, Oise, commune of France.

                                               

Acton

Acton, California, an unincorporated census-designated place. Acton, Indiana, a community. Acton, Kentucky, an unincorporated community. Acton, Alabama, an unincorporated community. Acton, Maine, a town. Acton Township, Meeker County, Minnesota. ...

                                               

Adah

Adah Belle Thoms 1870–1943, African-American nurse of World War I. Afure Adah born 1997, Papua New Guinean sprinter. Adah Isaacs Menken 1835–1868, American actress, painter, and poet. Adah Almutairi born 1976. Adah Jenkins 1901–1973, Civil rights ...

                                               

Adal

Adal may refer to: Adal Ramones born 1969, Mexican television show host. Adal Maldonado born 1948, Puerto Rican artist. Adal Hernandez born 1973, American tattoo artist. A short form for Germanic names in aþala- Old High German adal-, "nobility, ...

                                               

Adda

Joseph Kofi Adda born 1956, Ghanaian politician. Gruffudd ab Adda fl. mid 14th century, Welsh language poet and musician. Elie Adda fl. 1928, Egyptian fencer. Georges Adda 1916–2008, Tunisian politician and trade unionist. Serge Adda 1948–2004, F ...

                                               

Adelard

Adelard, father of the Frankish saint Herlindis of Maaseik died 745. Adalard of Paris c. 830–890, Frankish nobleman. Adelard of Bath, 12th century English scholar. Adelard of Ghent, 11th-century biographer of Saint Dunstan. Adalard the Seneschal, ...

                                               

Adelardo

Adelardo is a given name. Notable people with the name include: Adelardo Cattaneo died 1214, Italian cardinal. Adelardo Rodriguez born 1939, former Spanish footballer. Adelardo Covarsi 1885–1951, Spanish painter. Adelardo Lopez de Ayala y Herrera ...

                                               

Adema (disambiguation)

Adema is a West Frisian patronymic surname. People with this surname include: Adema Sangale, Kenyan business woman. Adema Santa 1930–1984, Brazilian mixed martial artist.

                                               

Adeodat

Adeodat Boissard 1870–1938, French politician. Adeodat Compere-Morel 1872–1941, French politician. Joseph-Adeodat Blanchette 1893–1968, Canadian politician.

                                               

Adilet

Adilet may refer to Democratic Party Adilet in Kazakhstan. Adilet Kyshtakbekov born 1993, runner from Kyrgyzstan. Adilet Law Academy in Almaty, Kazakhstan.

                                               

Adim

Adim may refer to: Adim Williams, a Nigerian film director. Ibn al-Adim, a biographer and historian from Aleppo. Maadim Vallis, an outflow channel on Mars. A diminished chord, a type of musical triad with root A.

                                               

Admetus (disambiguation)

Admetus of Epirus before 450 BC, king of the Molossians. Admetus of Macedon died 332 BC, General of Alexander the Great. Admetus epigrammatist, 2nd-century Greek poet.

                                               

Adonis (disambiguation)

Adonis Creed, protagonist of the film Creed and its sequel. Adonis, a minor character in the Teen Titans animated series. Adonis, a fictional character from Dyosa.

                                               

ADY

Ady surname. (Фамилия Ады) Ady Williams born 1971, English footballer. Ady Berber 1913–1966, Austrian actor. Ady Jean-Gardy, Haitian journalist. Ady Stern, Israeli physicist. Ady Spencer born 1973, English rugby league player. Ady Schmit born 194 ...

                                               

Aemilius (disambiguation)

Aemilius is the Latin form of the given name Emil. It may also refer to: Structures Pons Aemilius, an ancient Roman bridge. Given name Aemilius Asper, Latin grammarian. Aemilius Irving, Canadian lawyer and politician. Aemilius Jarvis, Canadian bu ...

                                               

Aeron

Given name Aeron Clement 1936–1989, American science fiction author. Fictional characters Aeron Greyjoy, character from the novel series, A Song of Ice and Fire. Aeron Azzameen, only daughter of the Azzameen family from the video game, Star Wars: ...

                                               

Aeschines (disambiguation)

Aeschines was an Athenian orator, one of ten Attic orators. Aeschines or Esquina may also refer to: Aeschines of Sphettus or Aeschines Socraticus, follower of Socrates and author of Socratic dialogues. Aeschines physician, physician who lived in ...

                                               

Aeschrion

Aeschrion may refer to a number of different people in Classical history: Aeschrion of Pergamon, 2nd century physician. Aeschrion of Mytilene, epic poet, possibly identical with Aeschrion of Samos. Aeschrion of Samos, iambic poet. Aeschrion of Sy ...

                                               

Æthelbald

Æthelbald may refer to: Æthelbald of Mercia, King of Mercia, 716–757. Æthelbald of Wessex, King of Wessex, 856–860. Æthelbald of York, Archbishop of York, 900–904. Æthelbald bishop, bishop of Sherborne died between 918 and 925.

                                               

Æthelberht

King Alberht of East Anglia 8th century, also Æthelberht I of East Anglia. Archbishop Æthelbert of York died 780. King Æthelberht II of East Anglia died 794. Æthelbert II of Kent 725–762. King Æthelberht of Hwicce late 7th century. King Æthelberh ...

                                               

Aethelheard

Aethelheard may refer to: Æthelgeard, landowner of Winchester and official during the reign of Eadwig in the 950s. Æthelhard 8th / 9th century, Bishop of Winchester and Archbishop of Canterbury. Æthelheard of Wessex, monarch of Wessex. Æthelheard ...

                                               

Æthelstan (disambiguation)

Athelstan Rendall 1871–1948, English politician. Athelstan Cornish-Bowden 1871–1942, South African surveyor. Athelstan Saw 1868–1929, Australian university administrator. Athelstan Jasper Blaxland 1880–1963, English consultant surgeon. Athelstan ...

                                               

Aetius

Aetios eunuch, early 9th century Byzantine official and general. Sicamus Aetius, Byzantine medical writer possibly identical with the preceding. Aetius bishop, 3rd century AD Arian bishop. Aetius of Amida, 6th-century Byzantine physician. Flavius ...

                                               

AFA

Asian Farmers Association for Sustainable Rural Development.

                                               

Afia

Afia or AFIA may refer to: Afia Charles born 1992, sprinter representing Antigua and Barbuda. Moshik Afia born 1974, Israeli singer. Afia Siddiqui born 1972, Pakistani neuroscientist, convicted in a U.S. court of attempted murder and other offens ...

                                               

Aga

AGA cooker, a cooker currently manufactured by Aga Rangemaster Group. Aga Rangemaster Group. (Ага Сайт Rangemaster Группы) AGA automobile, Autogen Gasaccumulator AG, 1920s German car company. AGA AB, Aktiebolaget Svenska Gasaccumulator, a Swedish ...

                                               

Agah

                                               

Agatho

Agatho may refer to: Pope Agatho 577–681, a pope of the Catholic Church. Agatho, the martyred son of Hor and Susia. Pope Agatho of Alexandria, Pope of Alexandria and Patriarch of the See of St. Mark.

                                               

AGI

Agenzia Giornalistica Italia, an Italian news agency. Alliance Global Group, Inc., a large holding company in the Philippines. American Graphics Institute, an American publisher.

                                               

Agide

                                               

Agnar

Agnar may refer to: Agnar Sandmo born 1938, Norwegian economist. Agnarr Geirrodsson, son of King Geirrodr in the Poetic Edda poem Grimnismal. Agnar Helgason born 1968, Icelandic scientist. Agnar Mykle 1915–1944, Norwegian writer. Agnar Johannes B ...

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