Top 10 similar words or synonyms for januaria

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Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for januaria

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Princess Maria Carolina of Bourbon Her full style is "Her Royal Highness" Princess Maria Carolina Chantal Edoarda Beatrice Januaria of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duchess of Calabria, Duchess of Palermo
Princess Maria Carolina of Bourbon Princess Maria Carolina of Bourbon-Two Sicilies, Duchess of Calabria ("Maria-Carolina Chantal Edoarda Beatrice Januaria"; born on 23 June 2003) is the eldest daughter of Prince Carlo, Duke of Castro and Princess Camilla, Duchess of Castro.
Carmen Rosales Januaria Constantino Keller (March 3, 1917 – December 11, 1991) was a noted pre-World War II Filipina actress better known as Carmen Rosales and Mameng and is noted for her skill in acting and sweet voice.
Amici di Maria De Filippi Valeria Valente (singer) – Arianna Mereu (singer) – Antonio Sisca (dancer) – Gabriele Manzo (dancer) – Nicholas Poggiali (dancer) – Nicolò Marchionni (dancer) – Maddalena Malizia (dancer) – William Di Lello (singer) – Riccardo Occhilupo (dancer) – Januaria Carito (singer) – Denis Mascia (singer) – Stella Ancona (dancer) – Giorgio Miceli (dancer) – Rosolino Schillaci (singer-songwriter).
Juliana of Nicomedia It is true that the reference is contained only in the single chief manuscript of the above-named martyrology (the "Codex Epternacensis"). It is nevertheless clear that the notice is certainly authentic, from a letter of Saint Gregory the Great, which testifies to the special veneration of Saint Juliana in the neighbourhood of Naples. A pious matron named Januaria built a church on one of her estates, for the consecration of which she desired relics ("sanctuaria", that is to say, objects which had been brought into contact with the graves) of Saints Severinus and Juliana. Gregory wrote to Fortunatus II, Bishop of Naples, telling him to accede to the wishes of Januaria. Her life is listed in the BHG #963; BHL##4522-4527