Crossword clues for olga
- Fall dead asleep, with "out"
- ___ Korbut, 1972 Olympic gymnastics star
- Chekhov "Sister"
- Chekhovian sister of Masha and Irina
- Actress Kurylenko of "Quantum of Solace"
- One of Chekhov's "Sisters"
- Korbut who starred at the 1972 Olympics
- Sister of the grand duchess Anastasia
- Batman villain known as "Queen of the Cossacks"
- Korbut on a balance beam
- First name of 72 Down
- Minsk miss
- Kafka character
- Actress Petrova
- Kafka heroine
- First name of a star on the bars
- Ukrainan saint
- Former queen of Greece
- Muscovite gal
- Speed skater Pleshkova
- Olympian Korbut
- Ukrainian saint
- Contralto in "Eugene Onegin"
- Chekhov lady
- Actress Fabian of "The Goldbergs"
- Petrova of the silents
- Rival of Nadia
- Miss Korbut
- Saint of the Russian Orthodox Church
- Character in "Three Sisters"
- "Three Sisters" character
- Ms. Korbut
- Nadia's rival
- Girl's name in Omsk
- Pre-Nadia sensation
- Nadia's predecessor
- 2008 Bond girl Kurylenko
- Sister in a Chekhov play
- Gymnast Korbut
- Ballerina Spessivtseva
- Marathoner Markova
- First name in gymnastics
- Actress Baclanova of old films
- "The Three Sisters" sister
- "Eugene Onegin" sister
- One of Chekhov's Three Sisters
- "Eugene Onegin" mezzo-soprano
- Masha and Irina's sister, in Chekhov
- First name at the '72 Olympics
- One of Chekhov's "Three Sisters"
- "Freaks" star Baclanova
- Korbut on the beam
- Russian name meaning "holy"
- "Eugene Onegin" mezzo
- Gold-medal gymnast Korbut
- Mezzo Borodina
- Russian saint
- Actress Petrova, femme fatale of silents
- "Three Sisters" sister
- Olympic gymnast Korbut
- Korbut of the 1972 Olympics
- "Eugene Onegin" girl
- Poet Broumas
- 2000 Olympic hurdles gold medalist ___ Shishigina
- Saint from Kiev
- Popular brand of lingerie
- Sister in Chekhov's "Three Sisters"
- Daughter of Czar Nicholas I or II
- Korbut who was a sensation at the 1972 Olympics
- Grammy-winning merengue singer TaГ±Гіn
- Bond girl Kurylenko
- Kurylenko of "Quantum of Solace"
- ___ Korbut, 1972 Soviet gymnastics star
- ___ Korbut, 1972 Olympic gymnastic sensation
- Pasternak mistress Ivinskaya
- Mrs. VГЎclav Havel, the first first lady of the Czech Republic
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
fem. proper name, from Russian, probably from Norse Helga, literally "holy," from Proto-Germanic *haliaga, from PIE *kailo- (see health). The masc. form is Oleg.
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Olga or Olha is a Slavic feminine given name.
Olga or OLGA may also refer to:
Olga is an Slavic female given name, derived from Old Norse name Helga. It is used in Russia (Ольга), Ukraine (Ольга, transliterated Olha), Belarus (Вольга, transliterated Vol'ha), Bulgaria (Олга transliterated Ólga), Poland, the Faroe Islands, the Czech Republic, Greece and Cyprus (Όλγα, Ólgha), Finland, Hungary, Romania, Serbia, Spain (Olga), Portugal, Iceland, Germany, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, and Latin America. The male equivalent is Oleg (Олeг).
A diminutives include Olya, Olka, Olenka, etc.
Name days (St. Olga of Kiev): Bulgaria, Poland, Czech Republic, Greece and France – July 11, Slovakia – July 23, Russia – July 24, Hungary – July 27.
Olga is an opera in three-acts and eight scenes in singspiel form composed by Jorge Antunes with a libretto by Gerson Valle. It premiered at Theatro Municipal of São Paulo on October 14, 2006. It is based on the life of Olga Benário Prestes.
Category:Operas Category:2006 operas Category:Portuguese-language operas Category:Historical operas
Olga is a 2004 Brazilian film directed by Jayme Monjardim. It was Brazil's submission to the 77th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.
The film was a produced by Nexus Cinema in conjunction with Globo Filmes and Lumiere. Olga was seen by over three million viewers and won more than 20 awards in Brazil and internationally.
OLGA is a modelling tool for transportation of oil, natural gas and water in the same pipeline, so-called multiphase transportation. The name is short for "oil and gas simulator". The main challenge with multiphase fluid flow is the formation of slugs (plugs of oil and water) in the pipelines, which causes large problems at the receiving end at the platform or the onshore plant. The modelling tool makes it possible to calculate the fluid flow and safely bring the flow to the receiving destination on shore, on a platform or a production ship through the pipes.
Usage examples of "olga".
Evgeny and Olga had pressed Ian Young and me to stay for a further ten minutes after Boris had gone, so that if anyone were watching, we should not be connected.
Olga was running again and he turned and followed her, putting distance and angles and walls and more girders between themselves and the dragoons.
Old Olga Schlesinger used to come by regular, offer me a bushel of taters for it.
OLGA ROMANCHANKO KIEV END OF MESSAGE That afternoon Robert was on an Aeroflot Tupolev Tu 154 jet to Paris.
Our crew was Enherrian, his wife Whell, their grown children Rusa and Arrach, my beautiful new bride Olga, and me.
Olga had carped at the kid, what time Olga had had time, till it was a wonder the kid was sane, in between which the kid had been totally on her own with the azi.
Sellars and the boy Cho-Cho were unconscious, maybe dying in the next room, and Catur Ramsey had inherited sole responsibility for the safety of Olga Pirofsky .
His only hope was that Olga Pirofsky and Catur Ramsey could place the data tap and that the Grail network information would somehow provide answers.
Olga Pirofsky's story had sent Catur Ramsey down some disturbing pathways in the past few days, and he was beginning to be frightened by what he had stumbled into.
Anyhow, Olga and I have already sent a signal back confirming that the leaders are up here.
Wentworth, and the two au pairs, Krystal and Olga, have also risen.
He would settle down to read this remarkable work and look on with intense though smiling wonderment as Ottilie strolled demurely through the gardens of Central Germany on Rasputin's arm while Goethe, seated beside a dissolutely aristcratic Olga, went sleighing through wintry St.
She helped Olga find a gray two-piece uniform in the right size from a rack that would have stretched from wingtip to wingtip on a Skywalker jet, then fed her past a series of bored functionaries until Olga had secured both her badge and a locker in one of the changing rooms.
Olga touched a button on the remote control panel, relays clicked, and they found themselves almost at once at the field station.
You know that Duchess of Swingleton, the snooty little jamtart who's supposed to be the daughter of Grand Duchess Olga of Sector Twenty?