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Attie

Attie Maposa born 1990, South African cricketer. Attie Howard 1871–1945, Canadian ice hockey player. Vanille Attie, French actress. Eli Attie, American politician, son of David and Dotty Attie. Shimon Attie born 1957, American visual artist. Raph ...

                                               

Atul

Atul Kumar disambiguation. (Атул Кумар омонимии) Atul Parchure. (Атул Parchure) Atul Khatri. (Атул Хатри) Atul Kulkarni. (Атул Кулкарни) Atul Agnihotri. (Атул Агнихотри) Atul Bakshi. (Атул Бакши) Atul Punj. (Атул Пандж) Atul Kale. (Атул Кейл) Atu ...

                                               

Aude (disambiguation)

Aude is a department in south-central France named after the river. OD may refer to: Aude river, a river of southwestern France, after which the department is named. Lac dAude, a lake of southwestern France. The former Catholic Diocese of Aude du ...

                                               

Audur

Audur or Audr is an Old Norse-Icelandic female personal name. It also has the variant forms Unnr and Unnur. It is sometimes rendered as Aud, Audr, or Unn in English and in other languages.

                                               

Augusta

Lastovo former name Augusta, a Croatian island. Empress Augusta Bay, Bougainville Island. Isca Augusta "Augustan Isca", Caerleon, Wales. Augusta Euphratensis, Late Roman and Byzantine province in Syrian region. Augusta Traiana "Trajan Augusta", S ...

                                               

Augustine (disambiguation)

Saint Augustine of Hippo, was a Church Father. Augustine or Augustin may also refer to: Augustine given name, the name. Augustin name, a variant of the name.

                                               

Aura

Aura Abbey, Benedictine monastery at Aura an der Saale, Bavaria, Germany. Aura Toronto, a high-rise condominium building in Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

                                               

Aurelio

Aurelio, Honduran musician who sings in the Garifuna language. Aurelio Macedonio Espinosa Sr. 1880–1958, professor on folklore and philology. Aurelio Fierro 1923–2005, Italian actor and singer. Aurelio Buarque de Holanda Ferreira 1910–1989, Brazi ...

                                               

Auti

Auti may refer to: Bhaskar Tukaram Auti fl. 1950s, Indian politician. Vijayrao Bhaskarrao Auti, Indian Shiv Sena politician. Autī, evergreen flowering plant in the Asparagus family. Auti Angel, American entertainer.

                                               

Avalon (disambiguation)

"Avalon" Stargate SG-1, the first two episodes of the ninth season of Stargate SG-1. Avalon, a character from the TV show Winx Club. The Mists of Avalon, a 2001 TV mini-series broadcast on TNT.

                                               

Aviya

                                               

Avon

Avon Products, a manufacturer of various cosmetics and personal care products. Avon Buses, a bus operating company in Wirral, England. Avon Tyres, a UK car, motorcycle and racing-tyre manufacturer, owned by the Cooper Tire & Rubber Company. Avon ...

                                               

Avra

Avra, Pima County, Arizona, a populated place. Avra Valley, Arizona, U.S. Avra Valley, Arizona, a populated place. Avra, Pinal County, Arizona, a populated place. Marana Regional Airport, also known as Avra Valley Airport. Avra, Kozani, in the Gr ...

                                               

Ayah (disambiguation)

Ayah may refer to: Ayah, a verse of the Quran. Ayah Marar born 1980, singer. Paul Abine Ayah 21st century, member of the National Assembly of Cameroon. Ayah meant "nanny" in India during the colonial period. Princess Ayah bint Al Faisal born 1990 ...

                                               

Ayan

Ayan may refer to: Ayan, Russia, a rural locality a selo and a port in Khabarovsk Krai on the Sea of Okhotsk, Russia. Ayan, the word for drummer in the language of the Yoruba people. Derebey, also known as ayan, feudal lord in 18th century Anatol ...

                                               

Ayat (disambiguation)

Ayat is Arabic plural of ayah, the smallest unit of the Quran it may also refer to Places Ayat River in Kazakhstan. Ayat-sur-Sioule, commune in central France. Bni Ayat, town and rural commune in Morocco. Given name Ayat al-Akhras, suicide bomber ...

                                               

Ayden

                                               

Ayelet

Ayelet the Kosher Komic, Orthodox Jewish female stand-up comedian. Ayelet Menahemi, Israeli film director, producer, writer, editor, and actor. Ayelet Shachar born 1966, legal scholar. Ayelet Zurer, Israeli actress. Ayelet Shaked, Israeli politic ...

                                               

Azam

Azam Azih born 1995, Malaysian footballer. Azam Ali born 1970, Iranian singer and musician. Azam Jangravi active 2018, Iranian protester against the compulsory wearing of hijab. Azam Radzhabov born 1993, Belarusian footballer. Azam Taleghani born ...

                                               

Aziza

Aziza Abdelfattah born 1990, Egyptian synchronized swimmer. Aziza Hussein, Paralympian athlete from Egypt. Aziza Brahim born 1976, Sahrawi singer. Aziza Sbaity born 1991, Lebanese sprinter. Aziza Jafarzadeh 1921–2003, Azerbaijani writer. Azize Ta ...

                                               

Azizi

Azizi-ye Sofla, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province, Iran. Azizi-ye Vosta, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province, Iran. Azizi-ye Olya, Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province, Iran.

                                               

Azzo

Azzo or Azzus are variations of the same name. Azo, Atto, and Hatto are other variants. Azo of Bologna Azzo / Azzone fl. 1150–1230, medieval jurist. Azzo V dEste. (Аззо десте в) Pet name for Salvino Azzopardi 1931–2006, S.J. Maltese priest and ph ...

                                               

Baard

Baard Owe 1936–2017, Norwegian-born actor. Bård Eker born 1961, Norwegian industrial designer and entrepreneur. Baard Iversen 1836–1920, Norwegian businessperson and politician. Bård Nesteng born 1979, Norwegian archer. Bård Jorgen Elden, Norwegi ...

                                               

Badal (disambiguation)

Yeghegnut, Armavir, Armenia, formerly Badal. Badal, Uttar Pradesh, a village in India. Badal Barcelona Metro, a station in the subway system of Barcelona. Badal, Punjab, a village in India. Badal, Haryana, a village in India. Badal or Sants-Badal ...

                                               

Baden (disambiguation)

Baden is the western part of the German state of Baden-Wurttemberg, named for Baden-Baden, which was named for its hot springs. Baden may also refer to:

                                               

Badr

Badr, Kerman, a village in Iran. Badr, Saudi Arabia, a city in Saudi Arabia. Sheikh Badr, a depopulated village in Jerusalem. Badr, Libya, a town in Libya. Ash-Shaykh Badr, a city in Syria. Badr Rural District disambiguation, administrative subdi ...

                                               

Baekho

Baekho or Baek-ho may refer to: Baekho-myeon, former township in Hampyeong County, South Jeolla, South Korea. White Tiger China Baekho in Korean, one of the Four Symbols of the Chinese constellations. Baekho also Korean male name. People with thi ...

                                               

Baggio

Baggio may refer to Baggio Rakotoarisoa born 1996, Malagasy football player. Baggio Rakotonomenjanahary born 1991, Malagasy football player. Baggio Wallenburg born 1999, Dutch football player. Baggio Husidic born 1987, Bosnian-American associatio ...

                                               

Baguio (disambiguation)

Baguio is a city in the Philippines. Baguio can also refer to: Baguio Airport, an airport in Baguio, Philippines. University of Baguio, a university in Baguio, Philippines. Metro Baguio, an agglomeration of the city of Baguio and five municipalit ...

                                               

Baiju (disambiguation)

Baiju was a 13th-century Mongol commander. Building bitsui may also refer to: Baiju folk art, a Chinese folk art form involving singing and storytelling. Baiju, Jiangsu 白驹, a town in Yancheng, Jiangsu, China. Baiju Santhosh, Indian film actor a ...

                                               

Bajram

Bajram Curri 1862–1925, ethnic Albanian nationalist from Kosovo. Bajram Kelmendi 1937–1999, Kosovar lawyer and public figure. Bajram Franholli born 1968, former Albanian footballer who played as a left-wing midfielder. Bajram Kosumi born 1960, et ...

                                               

Bakr

Muhammad ibn Abi Bakr, son of Abu Bakr. Abu Bakr, 7th-century companion of Muhammad. Bakr Ben Yahia, son of Yahia Ben Bakr. Bakr bin Laden, 20th- and 21st-century Saudi businessman. Yahia Ben Bakr, 9th-century Portuguese official. Bakr Sidqi, 20t ...

                                               

Bal

Bal may refer to: Balboa High School California, San Francisco, US. A slang term for Balboa dance. Bal surname, a Dutch, Indian, and Turkish surname. Bal, Cornish for mine, as in Bal maiden. Bal, Iran disambiguation. (Бал, Иран значения) 8678 Bal ...

                                               

Bal Chandra

                                               

Balloch

Balloch, Highland Scotland, a residential village located 4 miles east of the city of Inverness.

                                               

Banda

Banda surname. (Банда фамилия) Banda Prakash born 1954, Indian politician. Banda Karthika Reddy born 1977, Indian politician. Banda Kanakalingeshwara Rao 1907–1968, Indian actor. Banda Singh Bahadur 1670–1716, Sikh warrior.

                                               

Banda District

                                               

Bandar

Banda Aceh, Indonesia. (Банда-Ачех, Индонезия) Bandar, Isfahan, Iran. (Бандар, Эсфахан, Иран) Bandar, Kermanshah, Iran. (Бандар, Керманшах, Иран) Bandar Lampung, Indonesia. (Бандар-Лампунг, Индонезия) Bandar, Afghanistan. (Бандар, Афганистан) Ban ...

                                               

Bano

Bano may refer to: Bano railway station, Simdega district, Jharkhand, India. Bano block, a community development block of the Simdega district, Jharkhand, India. Bano novel, by Pakistani novelist Razia Butt.

                                               

Bapi

Bapi–Tutul, one member of the Hindi film singer-songwriter duo. Bapi Das Baul, Baul performer of Bengali mystical folk music. Bapi Debnath, Professional Graphic Designer Of Bangladesh. Bapi Saha born 1991, Indian footballer. Bapi Bose 1909–1977, ...

                                               

Barbie (disambiguation)

Barbie Wilde born 1960, Canadian actress and writer. Kelly born 1987, professional wrestler and model Barbara Jean "Barbie" Blank. Klaus Barbie 1913-1991, SS and Gestapo officer and war criminal. Barbie Hsu born 1976, Taiwanese actress. Barbie Fo ...

                                               

Barker

Barker occupation, a person who attempts to attract patrons to entertainment events. Barker coachbuilder, a builder of horse-drawn coaches and later of bodywork for prestige cars. A person who strips tanbark from trees to supply bark mills.

                                               

Barlaam

Barlaam was originally the name of a Christian saint, St. Barlaam, in a legend of Indian origin where he was a companion to St. Josaphat. It may also refer to: Barlaam Shyshatsky 1750–1820, defrocked Archbishop of Mogilev and Vitebsk. Barlaam of ...

                                               

Barrick

Barrick is a name that may refer to: Companies Barrick Gaming Corporation, a Las Vegas-based gambling company. Barrick Gold, the worlds largest gold mining company. People Dean Barrick, a retired English football player. Barrick Nealy, a football ...

                                               

Barron

Barron, Wisconsin, city, United States. Barron River disambiguation, a name of several rivers. Barron Field, an airfield in Everman, Texas, U.S. Barron, village, Spain. (Баррон, деревня, Испания) Barron County, Wisconsin, United States. Barron to ...

                                               

Barsha

Barsha Rani Bishaya born 1982, Indian actress. Barsha Lekhi born 1994, Nepalese beauty queen. Barsha Priyadarshini born 1984, Indian film actress.

                                               

Bartell

Ron Bartell born 1982, American football player. Jason Bartell, an American musician who records under the name Mythless. Harry Bartell 1913–2004, American actor and announcer. Dick Bartell 1907–1995, American baseball player. Phillip J. Bartell ...

                                               

Bartl

Bartl is a given name and surname that may refer to Surname Daniel Bartl born 1989, Czech association football player. Leopold Bartl 1902–1980, German Wehrmacht officer during World War II. Franz Bartl 1915–1941, Austrian field handball player. J ...

                                               

Basilea (disambiguation)

Basilea may refer to: Basilea queen, first queen of the legendary Kingdom of Atlantis in Ancient Greek folk tradition. Basel, Switzerlands third most populous city Basilea is the Italian and Romansh name. 2033 Basilea, a main-belt asteroid. Basil ...

                                               

Basilio

Basilio de Bragança Pereira born 1945, Brazilian statistician. Basilio Santa Cruz Pumacallao a.k.a. Pumaqallo or Pumacalla, 1635–1710, Peruvian Quechua painter. Basilio Badillo 1885–1935, Mexican educator and politician, served briefly as Governo ...

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Pino - logical board game which is based on tactics and strategy. In general this is a remix of chess, checkers and corners. The game develops imagination, concentration, teaches how to solve tasks, plan their own actions and of course to think logically. It does not matter how much pieces you have, the main thing is how they are placement!

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