Johanna

(from the article `Brabant`) ...justice and the equal application of the laws. The next duke, John III, proved a shrewd diplomat who strengthened the duchy by advantageous ... Most famous is the charter of liberties, confirmed on Jan. 3, 1356, and called the Joyeuse Entrée, which was presented to the duchy of Brabant (in ... [...
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Johanna

Johanna is a Latin name for girls. The meaning is `God is gracious` The name Johanna is most commonly given to Norwegian girls. (9 times more often than to American girls.) If it's too long you might use: Hanne, Jonna Use for the other sex: John, Johan, Johannes What do they use in other countries? Jean (English) Jan (Dutch, Scandinavian, Slavic, P...
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Johanna

Johanna is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Johanna

[character] Johanna is a fictional character appearing in the story of Sweeney Todd. In the original version of the tale, the penny dreadful The String of Pearls (1846-7), her name is Johanna Oakley and she is no relation of Todd. In the popular musical adaptation by Stephen Sondheim, inspired by Christopher Bond`s play Sweeney Todd, the De...
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Johanna

Johanna is a feminine name, a variant form of Joanna that originated in Latin in the Middle Ages, including an -h- by analogy with the Latin masculine name Johannes. The original Greek form Iōanna lacks a medial /h/ because in Greek /h/ could only occur initially. For more information on the name`s origin, see the article on Joanna. ==Women name....
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