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Forename Fernanda

Around the globe, Fernanda (Fernanda Brazil Argentina Mexico Colombia Italy, פרננדה Israel, Фернанда Russia Ukraine) is a widespread female first name. The given name Fernanda is habitual in Brazil, where it is a common female name, Uruguay, and Portugal (explore the name in all countries). In absolute terms, it is commonest in Latin America and the Caribbean, particularly Brazil, Argentina, and Mexico. Much less frequently, Fernanda is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Fernanda

name Ferdinanda, name Fernándá, name Férnándá, name Fërnândâ, name Fêrnândâ, name Férnanda, name Фернанда, name Ferñanda, name Fêrnanda, name Fernânda, name Fërnanda, name Fernandá, name Fërnândã, name Férnandá, name Fǝrnanda, name Fērnāndā, name Fernánda, name Férnàndà, name Fernândâ, name Fernandâ, name Fërnąndą, name Fêrnãndã, name 斐迪南, name Fernɑndɑ, name Fernanda, name Fèrnàndà, name Fernãnda, name פרננדה
Fernanda Colombia, Argentina, Italy, Brazil, Mexico
פרננדה Israel
Фернанда Russia, Ukraine

First name Fernanda in the context

Fernanda is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Fernando Navarro , character in There is no one living here; Luis Fernando Lopez , the protagonist of the 2009 expansion pack Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony, Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City; Fernando Sucre , the fictional human, Prison Break; Don Fernando , character in Don Quixote and Ferdinand VI of Spain , the fictional character in the 2011 film Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides, among other works.

Notable namesakes

fernanda fernández Spanish religious servant, ES (b. 1755) link
picture of fernanda henriques fernanda henriques fernanda henriques Danish pianist (1857-1904), DK (b. 1857) link
fernanda maria de silva-bazán y téllez-girón 30 May 1808 Madrid - 22 May 1879 Madrid (b. 1808) link
picture of fernanda nissen fernanda nissen fernanda nissen Norwegian politician and journalist, editor (1862-1920), NO (b. 1862) link
fernanda barriga EC (b. 1807) link
picture of fernanda eliscu fernanda eliscu fernanda eliscu Romanian-born actress in the United States, RO (b. 1880) link
fernanda siliuto Spanish poet, ES (b. 1834) link
picture of fernanda rocchi fernanda rocchi fernanda rocchi Italian socialite, IT (b. 1885) link
picture of fernanda negri pouget fernanda negri pouget fernanda negri pouget Italian actress (1889-1955), IT (b. 1889) link
picture of fernanda trautwein fernanda trautwein fernanda trautwein Female Dutch writer, NL (b. 1897) link
picture of fernanda de castro fernanda de castro fernanda de castro Portuguese poet and writer (1900-1994), PT (b. 1900) link
picture of fernanda wittgens fernanda wittgens fernanda wittgens Italian art historian and art critic, IT (b. 1903) link
fernanda rapisardi soprano (1861-1960), IT (b. 1861) link
fernanda francés y arribas Spanish painter (1862−1939), ES (b. 1862) link
fernanda henry first wife of Rodman Wanamaker (b. 1863) link

Characteristic surnames

Melo, Garcia, Vieira, Martins, Marques, Machado, Moreira, Miranda, Santana, Almeida, Andrade, Cardoso, Barbosa, Pereira, Ribeiro, Freitas, Carvalho, Teixeira, Ferreira, Oliveira, Rodrigues, Goncalves, Borges, Campos, Castro, Araujo, Cruz, Rosa, Reis, Dias, Lima, Moura, Silva, Sousa, Souza, Alves, Fernandes, Costa, Ramos, Rocha, Gomes, Lopes, Jesus, Nunes, Moraes, Mendes, Santos, Soares, Pinto, and Nascimento