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Vinita

Vinita Gupta born 1969, Indian-born American businesswoman, founder of Digital Link Corporation. Vinita Vasu born 1975, Indian artist. Vinita Nair born 1981, American television journalist. Vinita Bali born 1955, Indian businesswoman, Managing Di ...

                                               

Vinton

Vinton, California. (Винтон, Штат Калифорния) Vinton, Iowa. (Винтон, Айова) Vinton, Kansas. (Винтон, Штат Канзас) Vinton County, Ohio. (Округа Винтон, Огайо) Fort Vinton, Florida. (Форт-Винтон, Штат Флорида) Vinton, Nebraska, a ghost town in Vall ...

                                               

Violante

Violante Placido born 1976, Italian actress and singer. Duchess Violante Beatrice of Bavaria 1673–1731, Grand Princess of Tuscany. Violante do Ceo 1601–1693, Portuguese writer and nun. Violante of Vilaragut, Majorcan noble. Violante Beatrice Siri ...

                                               

Viraat (disambiguation)

Viraat is a 2016 Indian film. Viraat may also refer to Viraat Ramayan Mandir, a Hindu temple complex in Kesaria, India. INS Viraat, an Indian aircraft carrier. Viraat Badhwar born 1995, Australian golfer. Operation Viraat, a 1988 anti-insurgency ...

                                               

Virgil (disambiguation)

Virgil and Vergil are the most common modern English names used for the Roman poet Publius Vergilius Maro. Virgil virgilius, or Vergilius may also refer to:

                                               

Virginius

Virginius may refer to: Virginius, the ship at the center of the Affair. A character in The Physicians Tale, one of the Canterbury Tales of Geoffrey Chaucer, written in the 14th century. Virginius Affair, a diplomatic dispute that occurred in the ...

                                               

Viron

Viron may refer to: An alternative form of Vyronas, a suburb of Athens, Greece. Viron, a playable race or their language in the computer RTS game Ground Control II. Viron Transit, a bus company servicing the Ilocos Region, Philippines. Viron, a f ...

                                               

Visconte

Visconte may refer to: Rocky Visconte born 1990, Australian soccer player. Half Visconte, American indie rock group. Viscount. (Виконт) Visconte Maggiolo 1478–1530, Italian cartographer and sailor.

                                               

Vishwanath

Balaji Vishwanath 1680–1719, Peshwas Prime Minister of the Maratha Empire. Paranjape Prakash Vishvanath 1947–2008, Indian politician from Maharashtra. Gundappa Viswanath born 1949, Indian cricketer. Divakar Viswanath born 1971, Indian-American ma ...

                                               

Vivy

Vivy may refer to: Grand-Vivy Castle in Switzerland. Vivy, Belgium, a town in Belgium, now part of the municipality of Bouillon. Vivy Yusof, Malaysian businesswoman. Vivy, Maine-et-Loire, a French municipality in the Maine-et-Loire department. Pe ...

                                               

Vladimir

Uladzimir for a Belarusian version of the name. Waldemar disambiguation for a Germanic version of the name. Volodymyr for a Ukrainian version of the name. Vladimir name, Bulgarian, Croatian, Macedonian, Czech, Romanian, Russian, Slovak, and Serbi ...

                                               

Vojislava

Vojislava is a South Slavic given name, a feminine form of Vojislav, it consists of two parts: "Voj" - which means "war, warrior", and "slav" - which means "glory, fame".

                                               

Volkert

Volkert Overlander 1570–1630, Dutch noble, jurist, ship-owner and merchant. Volkert Kraeft born 1941, German actor. Volkert Simon Maarten van der Willigen 1822–1878, Dutch mathematician and physicist. Stephan Volkert born 1971, German rower. Edwa ...

                                               

Volney

Volney may refer to: Comte de Volney or Constantin-François de Chasseboeuf 1757–1820, French philosopher, historian, orientalist, and politician. Herbert Volney, a politician from Trinidad and Tobago. Volney Prize, an award by the Institut de Fra ...

                                               

Volumnia (disambiguation)

Volumnia is a character in Shakespeares Coriolanus Volumnia With may also refer to: Volumnia gens, family in Ancient Rome. Volumnia, former genus of beetle. Volumnia wife of Coriolanus, historical person in Ancient Rome. Volumnia apicalis, now kn ...

                                               

Von (disambiguation)

Von is a German preposition which approximately means of or from. Background can mean the following: People: Von Freeman 1923–2012, American jazz saxophonist. Ronnie Von born 1944, Brazilian singer and television host. Von Miller born 1989, Natio ...

                                               

Voorhies

Lark Voorhies born 1974, American actress. Voorhies Trahan 1897–1963, American crawfish farming pioneer. Paul W. Voorhies 1875–1952, American lawyer, prosecutor, and Michigan Attorney General. Albert Voorhies 1829–1913, Lieutenant Governor of Lou ...

                                               

Voto latino

Voto latino may refer to: Voto Latino, US organization. Latino vote, a topic. "Voto latino Latin Vote", a song by Molotov on the ¿Donde Jugaran las Niñas? album.

                                               

Vox

Vox website, an American news and opinion website. Vox Media, an American digital media company. Vox video game, 2012. Vox magazine, a defunct British music tabloid. Vox Magazine, produced by the Columbia Missourian.

                                               

Vrbica

Vrbica, Niksic, a village near Niksic, Montenegro. Vrbica Gorazde, a village near Gorazde, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Vrbica, Dubrovnik-Neretva County, a village near Dubrovnik, Croatia. Velika Vrbica Kladovo, a village near Kladovo, Serbia. Mala Vr ...

                                               

Waad

Waad or WAAD may refer to: World Autism Awareness Day, annually on 2 April, declared by the United Nations. National Democratic Action Society or Waad, Bahrains largest leftist political party.

                                               

Waberi

                                               

Wahyu

Given name Wahyu Gunawan b. 1985, Indonesian footballer. Wahyu Aditya b. 1972, animator from Indonesia. Surname F.X. Yanuar Wahyu, Indonesian footballer. AA Ngurah Wahyu, Indonesian footballer.

                                               

Waka

Waka may refer to: Waka taua, a Māori war canoe. Waka poetry, a genre of Japanese poetry. Waka canoe, a Polynesian word for canoe, especially, canoes of the Māori of New Zealand. Wakawaka language of Queensland, Australia extinct. Waka Ethiopia. ...

                                               

Wakanohana

Wakanohana may refer to: Wakanohana Kanji I 1928–2010, sumo wrestler, the 45th Yokozuna. Wakanohana Masaru born 1971, sumo wrestler, the 66th Yokozuna. Wakanohana Kanji II born 1953, sumo wrestler, the 56th Yokozuna.

                                               

Walchelin

Walchelin was a Norman name, which may refer to: Walkelin, Bishop of Winchester. Walkelin de Derby, 12th-century lord of Egginton, Derbyshire. Walchelin de Ferriers, 12th-century lord of Oakham Castle.

                                               

Waldron

Mal Waldron 1925–2002, American jazz pianist, composer and arranger. Waldron Smithers 1880–1954, British politician. Waldron surname. (Уолдрон фамилия) Waldron Fox-Decent born 1937, Canadian academic and political scientist. Adelbert Waldron 1933 ...

                                               

Waleran

Waleran, Galeran, or Walram is a Germanic first name, common in the Middle Ages, that could refer to: Waleran IV of Limburg died 1279. Galeran V de Beaumont, Comte of Meulant also known as Waleran de Meullent died 1191. Waleran de Beaumont, 1st E ...

                                               

Waleska (disambiguation)

Waleska may refer to: Waleska, Georgia. (Валеска, Грузия) Waleska Diaz 1986, Honduran football player. Peggy Waleska born 1980, German female rower. Blanka Waleska 1910 - 1986, Czech actress.

                                               

Walpole

Baron Walpole, a title in the Peerage of Great Britain. Walpole Vidal 1853–1914, 19th century British footballer. Walpole surname. (Фамилия Уолпол) Walpole G. Colerick 1845–1911, American politician.

                                               

Wardell

Brad Wardell, computer and video game designer. William Wardell, Australian architect. Wardell Curry I or Dell Curry born 1964, American retired basketball player. Wardell Curry II or Stephen Curry born 1988, American basketball player, son of De ...

                                               

Warder

Warder, Germany, a municipality in Schleswig-Holstein. Warder, Ethiopia, a town in Somali Region of Ethiopia. Warder, Netherlands, a village in the municipality of Zeevang.

                                               

Warrick

Peter Warrick born 1977, American football wide receiver. Marie Dionne Warrick born 1940 American singer, actress, TV-show host and United Nations Global Ambassador. Bryan Warrick born 1959, American basketball player. Wicket W. Warrick, Star War ...

                                               

Wartislaw

Wartislaw is a Polish name. It may refer to: Wartislaw IV, Duke of Pomerania before 1290–1326. Wartislaw VII, Duke of Pomerania 1363 / 1365–1394 / 1395. Wartislaw VI, Duke of Pomerania 1345-1394. Wartislaw I, Duke of Pomerania c. 1091-1135. Warti ...

                                               

Waveney

Waveney may refer to: Robert Adair, 1st Baron Waveney 1811–1886 British Liberal Party politician. River Waveney, a river that forms the boundary between Suffolk and Norfolk, England. Waveney District, a local government district in Suffolk, Engla ...

                                               

Wayland

Wayland village, New York. Wayland, Michigan. (Вэйланд, Штат Мичиган) Wayland, Ohio. (Вэйланд, Огайо) Wayland, Iowa. (Вэйланд, Айова) Wayland, Massachusetts. (Wayland, Массачусетс) Wayland, Kentucky. (Вэйланд, Кентукки) Wayland, Missouri. (Вэйлан ...

                                               

Webley

Webley may refer to: .455 Webley handgun cartridge. Webley & Scott or Webley, a British arms manufacturer. .45 Webley, an 11 mm caliber revolver cartridge. Webley Revolver. (Уэбли Револьвер) Webley Stinger, an air pistol. .442 Webley revolver car ...

                                               

Weedon

Weedon railway station, a railway station located outside of Weedon Bec. Weedon, Buckinghamshire, a village. Weedon, a locality in Newcastle-under-Lyme, Staffordshire. Weedon Bec, usually called Weedon, a village in Northamptonshire.

                                               

Wend

Wend may refer to: WEND, a modern rock radio station in Charlotte, North Carolina, United States. WEnd, the marker for the end of a while loop in some computer languages. Wends, an ethnic group.

                                               

Wensley

Surname Frederick Porter Wensley 1865 (Венсли Фредерик Портер 1865) - 1949, British police officer. Penelope Wensley, born 1946, Australian state governor and ambassador. Albert Wensley 1898-1970, English cricketer. Pseudonym Shapcott Wensley, ps ...

                                               

Whitley

United Kingdom Whitley, Wigan, Greater Manchester, a location. Whitley, Wiltshire, a village. Whitley, Cheshire, a village near Warrington. Whitley, Coventry, a suburb of Coventry, West Midlands. Whitley, Essex, near Birdbrook. Whitley, Berkshire ...

                                               

Widad

                                               

Wiking

Wiking or Wikings, German for Viking, may refer to: WIKING Helikopter Service, a German helicopter operator. Wiking horse, an Arabian racehorse. 5th SS Panzer Division Wiking, a Waffen SS panzer division. Wiking Modellbau, a German maker of scale ...

                                               

Wilbert

Wilbert, Archbishop of Cologne died 889. Wilbert Harrison 1929–1994, American singer and songwriter. Wilbert Awdry 1911– 1997, English clergyman, railway enthusiast, and childrens author. Wilbert Suvrijn born 1962, Dutch international footballer. ...

                                               

Wilde (disambiguation)

Wilde is a surname. Wilde may also refer to: Wilde film, a film about Oscar Wilde. Wilde Lake, Columbia, Maryland, a reservoir and the surrounding neighborhood. Wilda, Poznan or Wilde, a district of Poland. Wilde, Buenos Aires, a town in Argentin ...

                                               

Wiley

Bob Wiley, a fictional character in the 1991 movie What About Bob.

                                               

Wilkie

Wilkie Wilkinson 1903-2001, British auto mechanic and racing official. Wilkie Clark 1920–1989, American entrepreneur and civil rights activist. Wilkie surname, a surname and list of people with the name. Wilkie Bard 1874–1944, American vaudeville ...

                                               

Wilko

Wilko or Wilkos may refer to: Wilko Johnson, English musician. Wilko de Vogt born 1975, Dutch football goalkeeper, mostly played for Dutch clubs. Wilko Risser born 1982, Namibian-German football forward, mostly played for German clubs, now plays ...

                                               

Willets

Willets may refer to: People: David Willets or David Willetts, PC born 1956, English Conservative Party politician. Willets Outerbridge, sailor from the United States, who represented his country at the 1928 Summer Olympics in Amsterdam, Netherla ...

                                               

Willian

Willian footballer, born 1986, Willian Gomes de Siqueira, a Brazilian football player. Willian footballer, born 1983, Willian Xavier Barbosa, a Brazilian football player. Willian footballer, born 1988, Willian Borges da Silva, a Brazilian footbal ...