Gisela

(from the article `Conrad II`) ...he matured early. Prudent and firm, he often displayed great chivalry as well as a strong sense of justice, and he was determined to gain the ... Henry was the son of the emperor Conrad II and Gisela of Swabia. He was more thoroughly trained for his office than almost any other crown prince ... [2 re...
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Gisela

[magazine] Gisela is a Peruvian monthly magazine, founded by TV host Gisela Valcárcel. Founded in 1993, the magazine is sold nationwide and has become one of the most popular magazines in the country and one of the most read in metropolitan Lima (94,000 readers) and the third most read by women (79,500 readers) In December 2008, after 15 y...
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Gisela

[name] Gisela is a female given name of debated, either Germanic or Turkic origin. The name might derive from the Old High German word gīsal, `pledge`, or the Turkic word güzal, `beautiful`. Variations on the name in other languages include: The male form is Gisli, from Gísla saga (Gisli`s saga) possibly known from place names such as Gi...
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Gisela

Gisela is a German name for girls. The meaning is `promise` The name Gisela is most commonly given to American girls. What do they use in other countries? Ghislain (English, Dutch, French) The name sounds like: Gizela, Gisella, Gisele, Jisela Similar names are: Giselda, Asela, Sissela, Sisely, Lisel, Gila, Geela, Gizella, Ghisella, Ghisele, Giula, ...
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