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Ragini

Ragini actress 1937–1976, Indian film actress, one of the Travancore sisters. Ragini Shamshad Begum 1922–2007, Indian cinema and later Pakistani cinema actress. Ragini Shah born 1958, Indian film, stage and television actress. Ragini Trivedi born ...

Ragnhild

Ragnhildr, mother of Harald I of Norway. Ragnhild Sigurdsdotter, daughter of Sigurd Hart, identified as the mother of Harald I of Norway in the Ragnarssona þattr. Ragnhild saint fl. 1100, Swedish saint. Hildr Hrolfsdottir Ragnhildr Hrolfsdottir, ...

Raimundo

The name Raimundo may refer to: Raimundo Yant, Venezuelan boxer. Raimundo Fernandez Villaverde, Spanish statesman. Ueslei Raimundo Pereira da Silva, Brazilian footballer. Raimundo de Madrazo y Garreta, Spanish realist painter. Raimundo Andueza Pa ...

Raina

Suresh Raina born 1986, Indian cricketer. Mohit Raina fl. 2004-present, Indian actor. Ankita Raina born 1993, Indian tennis player. Alessandro Raina born 1977, Italian singer / songwriter. M. K. Raina born 1948, Indian theatre actor and director.

Rais (disambiguation)

Rais Sitdikov born 1988, Russian footballer. Amber Rais born 1981, American professional cyclist. Rais Bhuiyan, hate crime victim who forgave his shooter. Rais Khan 1939–2017, Indian sitar player. Rais Yatim born 1942, Information, Communications ...

Rajashree

Rajasree born 1945, also known as RajaSri, noted South Indian film actress of the 1960s. Rajashree novelist, Indian novelist and filmmaker. Rajshree born 1944, Indian actress who has acted in Hindi films. Rajshree Thakur born 1981, Indian actress ...

Rajkumar

Rajkumar Sethupathi born 1954, Indian film actor in Malayalam and Tamil movies in the 1980s. Rajkumar Santoshi, Indian producer and director. Raj Kumar athlete born 1962, Indian athlete. Rajkumar politician, Indian politician. Rajkumar actor 1929 ...

Rajon

Rajon Das born 1978, Bangladeshi architect. Rajon Rondo born 1986, American basketball player. Claude Rajon 1866-1932, French politician. Paul Adolphe Rajon 1843–1888, French painter and printmaker.

Raleigh (disambiguation)

Raleigh, Georgia. (Рейли, Грузия) Raleigh, Mississippi. (Рэли, Штат Миссисипи) Raleigh, Memphis, Tennessee, a suburban community. Raleigh, Iowa. (Рэли, Штат Айова) Raleigh County, West Virginia. Raleigh, Florida. (Рэли, Штат Флорида) Raleigh, Nor ...

Ralston

Ralston, Renfrewshire, Scotland. (Ролстон, Ренфрюшир, Шотландия) Ralston, Alberta, Canada. (Ролстон, Альберта, Канада)

Rama (disambiguation)

Nityananda Rama, the Vaishnava saint. Frederick Lenz, a spiritual teacher who used Rama as his teaching name. "The Rama" 1530–1572, Jewish religious teacher Moses Isserles.

Ramachandra (disambiguation)

Ramachandra is the seventh avatar of the god Vishnu in Hinduism. Rāmacandra may also refer to: A fictional alien space ship in Rendezvous with Rama, a book by Arthur C. Clarke. Ramachandran plot, in biochemistry, a diagram visualization of protei ...

Ramakrishna (disambiguation)

Ramakrishna is Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa, a Hindu religious teacher. Ramakrishna may also refer to: Ramakrishna Mission. (Миссия Рамакришны) Ramakrishna Kannada actor born 1954. V. Ramakrishna Polytechnic, a college in North Chennai. Ramakrishn ...

Ramaz

Ramaz may refer to: Moses ben Mordecai Zacuto, 17th century kabbalist. Ramaz School, New York Upper East Side, Jewish prep school. Ramaz Shengelia 1957–2012, Soviet footballer.

Rameau (disambiguation)

Jean-Philippe Rameau was one of the most important French composers and music theorists of the 18th century. Ramo may also refer to: 4734 Rameau 1982 UQ3, a main-belt asteroid. Rameau crater, a crater on Mercury. RAMEAU, a French-language equival ...

Ramel

Dominique-Vincent Ramel-Nogaret, French lawyer and politician. Juliette Ramel, Swedish Olympic dressage rider. Hans Ramel, Swedish landlord, hovjagmastare Master of the Horse and member of parliament. Regis de Ramel, aviation business owner and p ...

Ramone

Ramone can refer to: Joey Ramone 1951 – 2001, vocalist and songwriter. Tommy Ramone, 1949-2014 producer and drummer. C. J. Ramone, bassist. Dee Ramone 1951 – 2002, bassist. Elvis Ramone, stage name of Clem Burke, drummer. Richie Ramone, drummer. ...

Ramu (disambiguation)

The Ramu is a major river in Papua New Guinea. The Duma may also refer to: Nickna Ramu film producer, Indian film producer in Kannada films. Ramu 1987 film, a Telugu film. RAMU album, by drummer Mickey Hart. Ramu Upazila, a upazila subdivision in ...

Ran

Nissim of Gerona, Rabbi Nissim ben Reuven. Sui Ran born 1992, Chinese basketball player. Ran surname, a Chinese surname. Ran Torten born 1966, Israeli Olympic competitive sailor.

Rance

Rance, a commune in eastern France, near Lyon. Rance Belgium, part of the municipality of Sivry-Rance. Rance river, northwestern France. Rance, a small settlement in Slovenia.

Rangell

Rangell may refer to: People Johan Wilhelm Rangell 1894–1982, Finnish banker, prime minister. Nelson Rangell b. 1960, American jazz musician, Bobby Rangells brother. Bobby Rangell b. c 1958, American jazz musician, Nelson Rangells brother. Leo Ra ...

Ranjan

Ranjan is a Hindi name. Ran means Battle and jan means public, in olden days this name was given to generous kings who fight battles for the rights of people. The Ranjan may also refer to: Ranjan Ghosh, Indian screenwriter. Ranjan Madugalle born ...

Ranji (disambiguation)

Ranji or K. S. Ranjitsinhji was a cricketer of the Victorian and Edwardian period. Range may also refer to: Ranji Bush or Acacia pyrifolia, a plant endemic to Australia. Ranji Trophy, a domestic first-class cricket championship in India.

Ranjit Singh (disambiguation)

Maharaja Ranjit Singh of Punjab was the founder of the Sikh Empire. Ranjit Singh may also refer to: Ranjit Singh volleyball, Indian volleyball player. Ranjit Singh athlete born 1957, Indian Olympic athlete. Ranjit Singh cricketer or Ranjitsinhji ...

Ras

RAS Records Real Authentic Sound, a reggae record label. Ras 1, an Icelandic radio station. Rundfunk Anstalt Sudtirol, a Tyrolese public broadcasting service. Ras 2, an Icelandic radio station.

Rash (disambiguation)

A rash is a change of the skin which affects its color, appearance, or texture. Rash may also refer to: Rash, Alabama, a community in the United States. Rash, one of the three Battletoads characters in the video game series, cartoon and comic str ...

Ratibor

Ratibor II, Duke of Pomerania died after 1223, a Pomeranian duke, son of Ratibor I. Ratibor Polabian prince died 1043, a prince of the Obotrite confederacy from the Polabian tribe. Ratibor I, Duke of Pomerania 1124–1156, duke of the House of Pome ...

Ratna

Ratna Singh born 1959, Indian politician from the Indian National Congress party. Ratna Pathak born 1963, Indian actress of Bollywood films. Ratna Sari Devi Sukarno born 1940, one of the wives of the first President of Indonesia, Sukarno. Ratna, ...

Rattana

Woratep Rattana-umpawan, classical guitarist from Thailand. A genus of Braconid wasps in the subfamily Cenocoeliinae. Piyapan Rattana, Thai futsal player. Norodom Rattana Devi, Cambodian princess and politician. Amphoe Si Rattana, district, in th ...

Ravel (disambiguation)

Maurice Ravel was a Basque French composer and pianist of Impressionist music. The word Ravel is associated with thread and yarn. Ravel may also refer to:

Ravina

Ravina was the name of two Jewish sages from the time of the gemara: Ravina II fl. 5th century, nephew and successor of the above. Ravina I died 421. It may also refer to: Mark Ravina, a scholar of Japanese history. Ravina actress, an Indian actr ...

Raye

Raye Hollitt born 1964, American actress and female bodybuilder. Raye Hartmann born 1990, Canadian footballer. Raye Renfro born 1940, American football and track and field athlete. Raye Birk born 1943, American film and television actor. Raye Mon ...

Razak

Abdul Razak Guantanamo detainee 1043, Afghanistani politician. Abdul Razak footballer b. 1992, English footballer. Brimah Razak b. 1987, Ghanaian footballer. Karim Abdul Razak b. 1956, Ghanaian footballer. Najib Razak b. 1953, Malaysian politicia ...

Reavis

James Reavis, the Baron of Arizona, a 19th-century forger and fraudster. Perri Reavis, a traffic reporter. Isham Reavis, Associate Justices of the Supreme Court of Arizona Territory1869-72. Rafi Reavis, a professional basketball player. C. J. Rea ...

Redi

Raidi born 1938, Tibetan politician known in Chinese as Redì.

Redshirt

Redshirt stock character, a stock character in fiction who dies soon after being introduced. Red Shirts film, a 1952 film about Anita Garibaldi by Franco Rossi. Redshirts novel, a 2012 novel by John Scalzi. Redshirts song, a song by Jonathan Coulton.

Reem

"Reem", a 2011 single by Joey Essex. Reem International Circuit, venue of Motorsports in Riyadh Saudi Arabia. REEM, humanoid robot built by PAL Robotics. Arabian sand gazelle, also known as the reem. Reem, a Jewish mythological creature.

Reena

Reena may refer to: Murder of Reena Virk. Reena given name, including a list of people with the name. Reena actress, Indian film actress in Malayalam films. Camps Mohican Reena, sleepaway camps in Massachusetts.

Reeves

Ireland Reeves, County Kildare, townland in County Kildare. United States Reeves, Georgia, unincorporated community. Reeves, Louisiana, village in Allen Parish. Reeves County, Texas. (Округа Ривз, Техас)

Regie

Regie or Regie refers to a public or government establishment, administration, commission or management. They are also common first names in the Francophone world.

Regnier

Adolphe Regnier 1804-1884, French linguist. Marc Regnier died circa 1960, American classical guitarist. Michel Regnier 1931–1999, "Greg", Belgian comics writer and artist. Eva Regnier born 1971, American decision scientist. Emile Regnier 1894–194 ...

Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation wildlife, treatment of injured wildlife so they can be returned to the wild. Occupational rehabilitation, therapy to return injured workers to an appropriate level of work activity. Rehabilitation neuropsychology, therapy to regain ...

Rehman

Rehman Sobhan, Bangladeshi economist and freedom fighter. Rehman Chishti born 1978, British politician. Rehman Dakait, Pakistani gangster. Rehman Rahi born 1925, Kashmiri poet, translator and critic.

Remedios

Los Remedios, a district of Seville, Andalusia, Spain. Remedios, Chiriqui, a corregimiento of Panama. Remedios, Cuba, a municipality in the province of Villa Clara, Cuba. Remedios, Antioquia, a municipality in Antioquia Department, Colombia. Reme ...

Remington

Barbara Remington, American artist and illustrator. Arthur Remington 1856–1909, New Zealand politician. Ashley Remington, an American pro wrestler in Chikara. Deborah Remington 1930–2010, American painter. Phil Remington 1921–2013, American motor ...

Remo (disambiguation)

Remo is an American drum skin company. Remo may also refer to: Remo language disambiguation, several languages of Peru. Bonda people or Remo, a tribe of people in southwestern Orissa, India. Remo grape or Riesling, a German wine grape variety. Re ...

Ren

Orenburg Tsentralny Airport, IATA code REN, civil airport in Russia. Redes Energeticas Nacionais REN, Portuguese company. Renanthera, abbreviated as Ren, orchid genus. Ringer equivalence number REN, a number which denotes the loading effect of a ...

Rena

Rena Sayers, from anime series My-Otome. Rena Yanase, from Ultraman Tiga. Rena Ryūgū, from Higurashi no Naku Koro ni. Rena Lanford, from the video game Star Ocean: The Second Story. Rena Kunisaki, from the manga.hack / / Legend of the Twilight. C ...

Renan

Renan Elias 1915–1941, Peruvian aviator. Renan Inestroza born 1965, Honduran politician. Renan Uflacker 1949–2011, Brazilian-American physician. Renan Calheiros born 1955, Brazilian politician. Renan Rodriguez 1912–1999, Uruguayan journalist and ...

Renard

Le Renard Subtil, Magua in The Last of the Mohicans. Sean Renard, character from the television series Grimm. Halcyon Renard, character from the cartoon Gargoyles. Maria Renard, fictional character in the Castlevania video game series. Renard IV, ...