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Forename Manuela

Globally, Manuela (Manuela Mexico Spain Germany Brazil Italy, مانويلا Iraq Egypt Palestinian Territory, Мануела Russia Bulgaria Ukraine, along with others...) is a widespread girly first name. The first name Manuela is habitual in Mexico, where it is a common female name, Spain, where it is a common largely girly, but infrequently boy's name, and Cabo Verde, where it is a common feminine name (explore the name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country's population, it most frequently occurs in Mexico, Germany, and Spain. Very seldom, Manuela is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Manuela

name Manuelâ, name Manuèla, name Manoela, name Manuella, name Wela, name Manuelle, name مانويلا, name מנואלה, name Manuelà, name Mañuela, name Manuela, name Мануэла, name Manuelá, name Manuëla, name მანუელა, name Manuéla, name Мануела, name 曼努埃尔, name Manuel, name Emanuela, name Mánuela, name Manoli, name မံုေလး, name Manueła, name Emmanuella, name Manùela
Manuela Germany, Spain, Italy, Brazil, Mexico
مانويلا Iraq, Egypt, Palestinian Territory
Мануела Russia, Ukraine, Bulgaria
Мануэла Kazakhstan, Russia
מנואלה Israel

First name Manuela in the context

Manuela is also a name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Manuela Hidalgo , the character from the Resident Evil franchise, Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles; Manuela , the fictional character in the 1979 James Bond film Moonraker; Manuela Roquier ; Manuela , the operatic character in the opera Der Corregidor by Hugo Wolf and Manuela Sáenz , the operatic character in the opera Simón Bolívar by Thea Musgrave; Bolívar's mistress.

Notable namesakes

manuela escamilla Spanish stage actor, singer, musician and theatre entrepreneur, ES (b. 1650) link
manuela micaela ignacia fernández-campero (b. 1650) link
picture of manuela beltrán manuela beltrán manuela beltrán Colombian revolutionary, CO (b. 1750) link
picture of manuela espejo manuela espejo manuela espejo Ecuadorian journalist, EC (b. 1753) link
manuela janer cabanyes ES (b. 1696) link
manuela ypenza 1714-05-16, ES (b. 1714) link
picture of manuela cañizares manuela cañizares manuela cañizares Ecuadorian salonist and heroine of independence, EC (b. 1769) link
picture of manuela pedraza manuela pedraza manuela pedraza Argentine military person, AR (b. 1780) link
picture of manuela sancho manuela sancho manuela sancho Spanish heroine of the resistance against Napoleon, ES (b. 1783) link
manuela de ibarra y rementeria ES (b. 1724) link
picture of manuela warnes y garcía de zúñiga manuela warnes y garcía de zúñiga manuela warnes y garcía de zúñiga CL (b. 1776) link
picture of manuela díez jiménez manuela díez jiménez manuela díez jiménez Dominican activist (1786-1858), DO (b. 1786) link
picture of manuela malasaña manuela malasaña manuela malasaña Spanish seamstress, ES (b. 1791) link
picture of manuela taboada manuela taboada manuela taboada MX (b. 1786) link
picture of manuela sáenz manuela sáenz manuela sáenz Ecuadorian revolutionary heroine (1797-1856), EC (b. 1797) link