Gaby may refer to:
Gaby is short for Gabrielle, Gabriella or Gabriel, and in particular may refer to:
Irene is a name derived from εἰρήνη (eirēnē), the Greek for "peace". See Irene.
Doris may refer to:
Saar or SAAR has several meanings:
Dani may refer to:
Isabel is a feminine given name of Spanish origin. It originates as the medieval Spanish form of Elisabeth, Arising in the 12th century, it became popular in England in the 13th century following the marriage of Isabella of Angoulême to the king of England.
Eileen is an Irish feminine given name anglicised from Eibhlín and may refer to:
Ito may refer to:
Monique is a female given name. It is the French form of the name Monica. The name has enjoyed some popularity in the United States since about 1955, and is less common in other English-speaking countries except for Canada although mostly used by French speakers in Quebec and is rare in the English parts of Canada.
Costello is an Irish surname.
Mollet may refer to:
Gabby is a given name, usually a short form of Gabriel or Gabrielle or Gabriella.
Lolita is a female given name of Spanish origin. It is the diminutive form of Lola, a hypocorism of Dolores, which means "suffering" in Spanish.
Moreno is a Spanish, Portuguese, Catalan, French, and occasionally, an Italian surname. It may refer to:
Pascal is a French and an Italian surname of Romance origin.
Carolina is a feminine given name in Spanish, English, Italian, Portuguese, Polish, Czech, Slovak, German, Galician, Dutch and French, derived from the masculine name Carolus which is Latin for Charles, generally meaning 'free man' or 'freeholder'; however, Carolina can also mean 'song of happiness or joy' from a French origin or even 'prettiest woman of the town' from a Spanish origin
Gabrielle is the French feminine form of the given name Gabriel which translates to "man of God" and "God is my strong man".
Duchêne may refer to:
Carle or Carlé is a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Ferri is an Italian surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Charlot is a Danish, German, Norwegian, and Swedish feminine given name that is an alternate form of Charlotte and a feminine form of Carl as well as the masculine Charlot. Charlot is a French masculine given name that is a diminutive form of Charles and a masculine form of Charlotte. Notable people referred to by this name include the following: