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Glenda may refer to:

In storms:

  • Hurricane Glenda, 1963
  • Tropical Storm Glenda, 1965
  • Hurricane Glenda, 1969
  • Tropical Storm Glenda, 1973
  • Tropical Storm Glenda, 1977
  • Severe Tropical Cyclone Glenda, 2006
  • Typhoon Rammasun (2014), known as Glenda in the Philippines, name was retired by PAGASA after dealing extreme damage, replaced by Gardo.


  • Glenda, the Plan 9 Bunny, mascot of Plan 9 from Bell Labs

People with the given name Glenda:

  • Glenda (given name)
Glenda (given name)

Glenda is a feminine given name. Notable people with the name include:

  • Glenda Adams (born 1939), Australian author
  • Glenda Collins (born 1943), English pop singer
  • Glenda Farrell (1904–1971), American actress
  • Glenda Gilmore (born 1949), American historian of the Southern United States
  • Glenda Goertzen (born 1967), Canadian author
  • Glenda Hatchett (born 1951), American television jurist known as "Judge Hatchett"
  • Glenda Hood (born 1950), American politician
  • Glenda Jackson (born 1936), English actress and politician
  • Glenda Linscott (born 1958), Australian actress
  • Glenda Slagg, fictional columnist in Private Eye
  • Glenda Warkentin (21st century), Canadian actress
Glenda (musician)

Glenda López Exposito (born September 3, 1988), better known by her stage name Glenda, is a Cuban born singer, songwriter and flute player. She was born in Havana, Cuba into a musical family. Her mother, Bellita (born 1957), is a well-known jazz pianist and singer. Glenda's mother shares her interest in music and Glenda cites her mother as a powerful influence who encouraged her musical expansion. She started attend musical lessons (piano, singing) at the age of 5. Later, she studied at music school of Alejandro García Caturla and from 2003 on Conservatory Amadeo Roldán, both in Havana. She also perfmormed with Orquesta de Flauta, led by influential flute player José Luis Cortéz and in Sinfónica de la Habana as a first flute player.