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Amason may refer to: Amason Kingi, Kenyan politician. Alvin Eli Amason born 1948, Sugpiaq Alaskan painter and sculptor. Amason band, Swedish music band.


Applied Materials, US semiconductor manufacturing equipment supplier, NASDAQ symbol. Average memory access time, a performance metric in computer architecture. Annie Maunder Astrographic Telescope at the Royal Observatory, Greenwich.

Amato (disambiguation)

Amato is a comune and town in the province of Catanzaro in the Calabria region of Italy. Amato may also refer to: Amato Lusitano 1511-1568, Portuguese Jewish physician. Amato racehorse, winner of the 1838 Derby Stakes. Amato Opera, an American op ...


Sergio Amaury Ponce Villegas born 1981, Mexican soccer player. Amaury Duval 1760–1838, French writer. Amaury Nolasco born 1970, Puerto Rican actor. Amauri Ribeiro, Brazilian volleyball player. Amaury Vassili born 1989, French tenor. Amauri Carval ...


Amaya Spanish-language name lists people with the Spanish given name or surname, Amaya. Amaya Japanese-language name lists people with the Japanese surname, Amaya. Maja Keuc born 1992, Slovenian singer known as Amaya.


Amba, one of the names of the Hindu goddess Durga. Amba Prasad 1860–1950, Indian businessman and philanthropist. Sufi Amba Prasad 1858–1919, Indian nationalist and pan-Islamist leader. Amba Mahabharata, the eldest daughter of King of Kashi in the ...


Ameinias is an ancient Greek name which may refer to the following: Ameinias the Phocian 3rd century BC, a Greek "pirate king" and mercenary leader in the service of Antigonus II Gonatas of Macedon. Ameinias of Athens or Ameinias of Pallene 5th c ...


Americus, Missouri, an unincorporated community. Americus, Kansas, a city with a population of around 900. Americus, Indiana, a small town in Washington Township. Americus Township, Lyon County, Kansas. Americus, Georgia, a city with a population ...


Amerigo Vespucci 1454–1512, Italian merchant, explorer and cartographer. Amerigo Dumini 1894–1967, Italian fascist activist. Amerigo Gazaway born 1986, American musician. Amerigo Petrucci 1922–1983, Italian politician. Amerigo Tot 1909–1984, Hung ...


Amini Silatolu born 1988, American football guard for the Carolina Panthers of the National Football League NFL. Amini surname, a surname family name. Amini Fonua born 1989, Tongan swimmer. Amini Cishugi born 1996, Congolese writer and actor.


Chris Amon 1943–2016, former Formula One driver, 24 Hours of Le Mans winner. Amon Goth 1908–1946, an Austrian concentration camp commandant in the Nazi SS during World War II executed for war crimes. Johann Andreas Amon 1763–1825, German composer ...

Ananda (disambiguation)

Ananda is a disciple of the Buddha. Ananda may also refer to: Ananda album, an album by Paulina Rubio. Ananda, Ivory Coast, a town, commune, and sub-prefecture in Ivory Coast. Ananda College, a school in Sri Lanka. Ananda King of Anxi, a member o ...


Ananias Davisson 1780–1857, American singing school teacher, printer and compiler of shape note tunebooks. Ananias Maidana 1923–2010, teacher and politician in Paraguay. Ananias Eloi Castro Monteiro 1989–2016, Brazilian footballer. Ananias Dare c ...


Anant/Ananta, most popular name in Indonesia and the name of geographical features in Bolivia and Peru, may refer to:


Anar, Iran, the capital of Anar County. Anar, Markazi, a village in Markazi Province, Iran. Anar, Ardabil, a village in Ardabil Province, Iran. Anar County, Kerman Province, Iran.

Ando (disambiguation)

Ando, Chinese Korean transliteration name of Antu County. Ando, Togo. (Андо, Того) Ando, Nara, Japan. (Андо, Нара, Япония) Amdo, traditional Tibetan province alternative transliteration.

Andre (disambiguation)

Andre, character in 1984 film The Adventures of Andre and Wally B. Andre Harris, a character from the Nickelodeon TV series Victorious.

Andriana (disambiguation)

Andriana is both the name of the noble class and a title of nobility in Madagascar. Adrian may also refer to: Andriana Babali born 1976, Greek singer and songwriter. Raisa Andriana born 1990, Indonesian singer, songwriter, and occasional actress. ...


Aneurin may refer to: Aneurin, an alternative name for thiamine vitamin B 1. Aneurin Barnard born 1987, Welsh actor. Aneurin Bevan 1897–1960, Welsh politician. Aneurin Jones 1930–2017, Welsh artist.


Angelico Vieira 1982–2011, Portuguese actor and singer. Angelico Carta 1886–?, Italian military officer. Angelico Chavez 1910–1996, American Franciscan priest, historian, author, poet, and painter. Fra Angelico 1395–1455, early Italian renaissanc ...


Someday Angeline, a childrens novel by Louis Sachar. Angeline, a novella by Emile Zola published in 1898. Angeline Fowl, fictional character from the Artemis Fowl series.


Anjan Dhauri Indian Photographer born 2000. Anjan Chatterjee born 1960, Indian hotelier and founder of Speciality Group of Restaurants. Anjan Chakravartty, American philosopher. Anjan Choudhury 1944–2007, Bengali filmmaker. Anjan Mukherjee, Ameri ...


Anjuman-e-Himayat-e-Islam, an Islamic intellectual and political organisation based in Lahore, Pakistan. Anjuman Khudam-ul-Quran, a Muslim educational organisation on the Indian subcontinent. Anjuman Sunnat-ul-Jamaat Association, a Muslim organis ...

Anlong (disambiguation)

Anlong is a county of Qianxinan Buyei and Miao Autonomous Prefecture, Guizhou, China. Along may also refer to: Anlong meteorite. (Анлунг метеорита) People: Mao Anlong 1927-1931, a son of Mao Zedong. Wang Anlong, Chinese military officer.


Annai may refer to: Annai 2000 film, a Tamil film. Annai 1962 film, a Tamil film. Annai Velankanni, a 1971 Tamil film. Annai, Guyana, a small village in the Upper Takutu-Upper Essequibo Region of Guyana.


Annibal Grimaldi died 1621, Count of Beuil and governor of the County of Nice. Annibal Camoux 1638?–1759, a French soldier noted for his claimed longevity. Annibal de Coconnas died 1574, a co-conspirator of Joseph Boniface de La Mole against King ...


Anousheh is an Iranian given name for males and females. People named Anousheh include: Anousheh Khalili, Iranian-American singer-songwriter. Anousheh Ansari, Iranian-American engineer. Alternative spelling: Anushae, Anusheh, Anushay, Unushay, Anushe


Anselm often refers to Saint Anselm of Canterbury, philosopher, Abbot of Bec, and Archbishop of Canterbury. The usual medieval Lombard name old Germanic for "divine protection", it may also refer to:

ANSI (disambiguation)

ANSI is the American National Standards Institute, a private nonprofit organization that oversees the development of voluntary consensus standards. Annecy can also refer to:


Anson Hu, Chinese singer. Anson G. Henry 1804-1865, American physician and politician. Anson Chan, Hong Kong politician. Anson Jones 1798–1858, last President of the Republic of Texas. Anson Weeks, American dance band leader. Anson W. Pope, Ameri ...


Robert Richard Anstice 1813-1853, English clergyman and mathematician. Joseph Anstice 1808–1836, Classical scholar and sometime a professor of classical literature in Kings College London. John Henry Anstice 1897-?, British Army officer during th ...


Anthousa, Messenia, a settlement in Messenia. Anthousa, Attica, a town in East Attica. Anthousa, Kozani, a town in Tsotyli, Kozani. Anthousa, Preveza, a village in Preveza, Epirus. Anthousa, Trikala, a village in Aspropotamos, Trikala. Anthousa C ...

Antigone (disambiguation)

Antigoni Papadopoulou born 1954, Cypriot politician. Antigone Kefala born 1935, Australian poet and prose-writer of Greek-Romanian heritage. Antigone of Gloucester, Countess of Tankerville fl. 1428–1450, daughter of Humphrey Plantagenet, Duke of ...

Antilochus (disambiguation)

Antilochus was the son of Nestor, king of Pylos, in Greek mythology. Antilochus may also refer to: Antilochus bug, a genus of true bug in the family Pyrrhocoridae. Antilochus historian, Ancient Greek historian. 1583 Antilochus, an asteroid.


Paso Antolin, a village in Colonia Department, Uruguay. Antolin, Lodz Voivodeship, central Poland. Antolin, Biala Podlaska County, Lublin Voivodeship, eastern Poland. Antolin, Janow Lubelski County, Lublin Voivodeship, eastern Poland.


Poland Antonin, Zdunska Wola County, Lodz Voivodeship. Antonin, part of Nowe Miasto, Poznan, Greater Poland Voivodeship. Antonin, Sroda Wielkopolska County, Greater Poland Voivodeship. Antonin, Masovian Voivodeship. (Антонин, Мазовецкое Воеводств ...

Anu (disambiguation)

Queen Anu died 1696, Mongolian noblewoman and warrior. Anu game character or A Nu, a character in the video game The Legend of Sword and Fairy. Anu name, a given name and surname including a list of people with the name. ANU band, a Tibetan rap g ...


Khosrau I 501–579, Khosrau I Anushirvan, Sasanian king. Anushirvan ibn Lashkari, Shaddadid ruler 1049. Anushirwan, Ilkhan died 1356. Anushirvan Sharaf al-Maali 1030–1050, Ziyarid king.


Anushka may refer to: Anushka Shetty born 1981, South Indian actress. Anushka Sharma born 1988, Indian model and Bollywood actress. Anushka Patel, Australian scientist and cardiologist. Anushka Manchanda born 1984, singer.

Apama (disambiguation)

Sepia apama, a species of the Australian giant cuttlefish. For the tree in South America, see Tabebuia rosea. Apama, a synonym of the flowering plant genus Thottea.


Blessed Apollinaris Franco died 1622, Franciscan friar, martyred in Japan, see list of saints and blesseds in the 17th century. Apollinarius governor, Byzantine governor of the Balearic Islands flourished 530s. Sulpicius Apollinaris 2nd century, ...


Apollonius Glaucus, physician. (Главк Аполлоний, врач) Apollonius of Citium fl. 1st century BC, physician. Apollonius of Perga Late 3rd – early 2nd centuries BC, geometer and astronomer. Apollonius of Tyana c. 40 – c. 100 AD, Neo-pythagorean phil ...


Apolo may refer to: Apolo Kivebulaya, Ugandan Anglican priest and evangelist. German Figueroa, also known as Apolo (Немецкий Фигероа, также известный как Аполо) - a Puerto Rican professional wrestler. Apolo Anton Ohno, a US-American Olympic gold ...


Apostol is an East European name and name element derived from Ancient Greek ἀπόστολος "apostle", and therefore found mainly in Christian societies and cultures. People with the name Apostle: Apostol Tnokovski born 1982, a Macedonian product desi ...


Appu 1990 film, a Malayalam film by Dennis Joseph. Appu 2000 film, a Tamil film directed by Vasanth. Appu 2002 film, a Kannada directed by Puri Jagannath.


, a Mexican actress, model and singer. Araceli Erazo Alvarez- Escritora,Poeta,Artista, Cantante,Compositora.De Teloloapan Gro, Mexico. Chicago IL. Obra: Una Voz entre la Gente. Participo en La Escala de la Fama por radio 105.1 con Carlos Rojas De ...

Aramis (disambiguation)

Aramis may refer to: Aramis, one of the title characters in the novel The Three Musketeers by Alexandre Dumas, pere. Aramis personal rapid transit, personal rapid transit test project run by Matra in the 1980s in Paris. Aramis, or the Love of Tec ...


Aran river, in France. Arranmore, also known as Aran Island, off the coast of County Donegal, Ireland. Val dAran, a comarca of Catalonia consisting of the Aran Valley. Aran Island disambiguation. (Аранские острова сокр) Aran Islands, a group of i ...


Aras may refer to: Atherosclerotic renal artery stenosis, a kidney disease. Aras Corp, an American developer and publisher of product development software. Aras mythology, an autochthon in Greek mythology, father of Araethyrea and Aoris. ARAS Lit ...


Arava Institute for Environmental Studies, an Israeli study programme. Arava spider, a huntsman spider found in the southern Arava Valley of Israel and Jordan. Arava Power Company, an Israeli solar energy company. IAI Arava, Short Take-Off and La ...