Teresa

Teresa, Theresa, and Therese (Thérèse) are feminine given names. The name may be derived from the Greek verb θερίζω (therízō), meaning to harvest. Its popularity likely increased due to the prominence of several Roman Catholic saints, including Teresa of Ávila, Thérèse of Lisieux and, most recently, Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta. ...
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Teresa

(from the article `Afonso I`) ...Leon, had granted the county of Portugal to Afonso`s father, Henry of Burgundy, who successfully defended it against the Muslims (1095–1112). ... ...who ruled Castile and León (1072–1109), provided for the defense of the west by calling on Henry, brother of Duke Eudes (Odo) of Burgundy, ...
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Teresa

[2010 telenovela] Teresa (teɾeˈsa) is a 2010 Mexican telenovela, starring antagonistically Angelique Boyer as the cruel and ambitious Teresa, with Aarón Díaz, Sebastián Rulli and Ana Brenda Contreras in co-starring roles, and the stellar participation of Cynthia Klitbo and Manuel Landeta. Teresa is a remake of the 1959 telenovela of th...
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Teresa

Teresa is a Finnish name for girls. The meaning is `summer, harvest` The name Teresa is most commonly given to Italian girls. (10 times more often than to American girls.) What do they use in other countries? Terry (English) Terrin Terryn Teryn Terez Teri (English) Terri (English) The name sounds like: Terresa, Taresa See also: Tracy, Theresa, Reza...
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