Wanda

Wanda (@ {respell|WAHN|də}) is a female given name of Polish origin. It probably derives from the tribal name of the Wends. The name has long been popular in Poland where the legend of Princess Wanda has been circulating since at least the 12th century. In 1947 Wanda was cited as the second most popular name, after Mary, for Polish girls, and the...
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[crater] Wanda is a crater in the Akna Montes on Venus first mapped first by the Soviet Venera 15/16 mission in 1984. It was formed by the impact of an asteroid. The crater has a rugged central peak and a smooth radar-dark floor, probably volcanic material. The crater does not appear to be much deformed by later crustal movement that uplift...
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[magazine] Wanda was a weekly literature magazine published in Warsaw. It was one of the first Polish magazines for women. The magazine was published from 1820-1822 by Bruno Kicinski and edited by Franciszek Ksawery Godebski and D. Lisicki. Since 1823 published and edited by Franciszek Ksawery Godebski. ...
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Wanda is a cultivated variety of potato.
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Wanda is a German name for girls. The meaning is `friend, wanderer` The name Wanda is most commonly given to French girls. (2 times more often than to American girls.) The name sounds like: Anda, Annda, Wendi, Inda, Jenda, Jandy, Wanita, Vonda, Vannda, Vahnda, Waneta, Windy
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