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Tyrus

Tyrus may refer to: People: Tyrus Thomas born 1986, American retired National Basketball Association player Tyrus McCloud born 1974, American former National Football League player Tyrus Thompson born 1991, American National Football League playe ...

Valerianus (disambiguation)

Valerianus or Valerian the Elder was Roman Emperor from 253 AD to 260 AD. Valerianus is a name also held by: Valerianus Magnus 1586–1661, Italian Capuchin missionary preacher in central Europe Valerianus, a bishop of the Ancient Diocese of Auxerr ...

Vasily

Vasili, Vasily, Vasilii or Vasiliy is a Russian masculine given name of Greek origin and corresponds to Basil. It may refer to: Vasily Degtyaryov 1880–1949, Russian weapons designer and Major General Vasily Lobanov born 1947, Russian composer and ...

Vedat

Vedat is a masculine given name meaning "friendship, love". It is commonly used in Turkey, and less commonly in Albania, North Macedonia and Kosovo. The name has one variant, "Vedad", a very common given name in Bosnia and Herzegovina. The name a ...

Vince

A short form of the given name Vincent Vince Hill American football born 1985, American football player Vince Coleman born 1961, American baseball player Vince Offer born 1964, American-Israeli infomercial salesman, born Offer Shlomi Vince Sorren ...

Wolde (disambiguation)

People with name Wolde meaning "Child of" in: Wolde Selassie died 1816, Ras of Ethiopia and warlord of Tigray Mamo Wolde 1932–2002, Ethiopian long distance track and road running athlete Yared Wolde born 1968, Ethiopian boxer Abba Samuel Wolde Ka ...

Yaw (name)

Yaw is a masculine given name originating from the Akan people and their day naming system, meaning born on a Thursday. Yaw Osafo-Marfo, born 1942 Ghanaian politician and former minister for Education and Finance Yaw Berko born 1980, Ghanaian foo ...

Zvonimir

Zvonimir is a Croatian male given name, used since the Middle Ages. During Yugoslavia, the name became popular in other ex-Yugoslav republics like Serbia and Slovenia.

Archduke

Archduke was the title borne from 1358 by the Habsburg rulers of the Archduchy of Austria, and later by all senior members of that dynasty. It denotes a rank within the former Holy Roman Empire, which was below that of Emperor and King and above ...

Ausburger and Pfahlburger

Ausburger and Pfahlburger were two classes of men in the Holy Roman Empire during the Middle Ages. An Ausburger external citizen or "outburgher" was a citizen of an imperial free city who resided on a rural estate outside of the citys jurisdictio ...

Baron

The word baron comes from the Old French baron, from a Late Latin barō "man; servant, soldier, mercenary" so used in Salic law; Alemannic law has barus in the same sense. The scholar Isidore of Seville in the 7th century thought the word was from ...

Chhatrapati

Chhatrapati is a royal title from the Indian subcontinent. It is often taken to be the equivalent of emperor, and was used by the Marathas. The word Chhatrapati’ is a tatpurusha Sanskrit compound of chhatra and pati. The parasol was considered a ...

Earl

An earl is a member of the nobility. The title originates in the Old English word eorl, meaning "a man of noble birth or rank." The word is cognate with the Scandinavian form jarl, and meant "chieftain", particularly a chieftain set to rule a ter ...

EN (cuneiform)

EN is the Sumerian cuneiform for "lord" or "priest". Originally, it seems to have been used to designate a high priest or priestess of a Sumerian city-states patron-deity - a position that entailed political power as well. It may also have been t ...

Fils de France

Fils de France was the style and rank held by the sons of the kings and dauphins of France. A daughter was known as a fille de France. The children of the dauphin a title reserved for the kings heir apparent whether son, grandson or great-grandso ...

Ilkhan (title)

In Turkic languages, Il Khan, also il-khan, ilkhan, elkhan, etc. is a title of leaderdhip, of "khan" with exact meaning depending on the context to interpret the Turkic word el/il with meanings tribe/clan, the people, nation, land, state, tribal ...

Inamdar (feudal title)

Inamdar was a feudal title prevalent before and during British Raj, including during the Maratha rule of Peshwa and other rulers of India. The title was bestowed upon to the person who received lands as Inam, rewarding the extraordinary service r ...

Swedish jarls

In Sweden, members of medieval royal families, such as the House of Stenkil and House of Bjelbo, held the title of jarl before their accession to the throne. Since the early 12th century, there usually was only one holder of the title at a time, ...

Margrave

Margrave was originally the medieval title for the military commander assigned to maintain the defence of one of the border provinces of the Holy Roman Empire or of a kingdom. That position became hereditary in certain feudal families in the Empi ...

Marquess

A marquess is a nobleman of high hereditary rank in various European peerages and in those of some of their former colonies. The term is also used to translate equivalent Asian styles, as in Imperial China and Imperial Japan. German rulers did no ...

Monseigneur

Monseigneur is an honorific in the French language, abbreviated Mgr., Msgr. In English use it is a title before the name of a French prelate, a member of a royal family or other dignitary. Monsignor is both a title and an honorific in the Roman C ...

Prince du sang

A prince du sang is a person legitimately descended in dynastic line from any of a realms hereditary monarchs. Historically, the term has been used to refer to men and women descended in the male line from a sovereign, although as absolute primog ...

Ritter (titular name)

Ritter is the second lowest-ranking title of nobility in German-speaking areas, just above an Edler, considered roughly equal to the title Knight or Baronet. This list includes only those whose main Wikipedia article includes the titular Ritter i ...

Sidi

Sidi or Sayidi, also Sayyidi and Sayeedi, "milord") is an Arabic masculine title of respect. Sidi is used often to mean "saint" or "my master" in Maghrebi Arabic and Egyptian Arabic. Without the first person possessive object pronoun -ī, the word ...

Viscount

A viscount VY -kownt, for male) or viscountess is a title used in certain European countries for a noble of varying status. In many countries a viscount, and its historical equivalents, was a non-hereditary, administrative or judicial position, a ...

Alpha Centauri (Doctor Who)

Alpha Centauri, played on-camera by Stuart Fell and voiced by Ysanne Churchman, is a fictional alien delegate for the Galactic Federation in the BBC One television series Doctor Who. The character appeared in two serials during the Third Doctor e ...

Dax (Star Trek)

Dax is a xenomorphic character in the fictional Star Trek universe. The Dax life form is a Trill symbiont - one that lives inside humanoid hosts. The first appearance of a Trill was in the episode "The Host" from the fourth season of Star Trek: T ...

Halo (comics)

For the Halo series comics by Marvel Comics, see Halo Graphic Novel and Halo: Uprising. For the Halo video game series by Microsoft, see Halo franchise and Halo: Combat Evolved. Halo is a fictional superheroine that appears in comic books publish ...

Oscar François de Jarjayes

Brigadier Oscar François de Jarjayes is one of the main characters in the manga/anime series The Rose of Versailles, created by Riyoko Ikeda.

Masque (comics)

Masque is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. Masque was originally a prominent member of the sewer-dwelling community of mutant outcasts called the Morlocks, led by Callisto.

Nights (character)

NiGHTS is a video game character from the games Nights into Dreams and Nights: Journey of Dreams, developed and published by Sega. Nights is a "Nightmaren" who resides in Nightopia, a dream world where the dreams of all human beings are acted out ...

Stardust (Marvel Comics)

Stardust is a fictional character appearing in the comic books published by Marvel Comics and existing in that companys Marvel Universe. Stardust is one of the many Heralds of Galactus. Unlike most of Galactuss Heralds, Stardust seeks to kill all ...

Adult Mom

Adult Mom is the stage name of musician Stevie Knipe. Initially a solo project, they now often perform with a live band. They have released two full length albums and multiple EPs.

Osh-Tisch

Osh-Tisch was a Crow bade. A bade is a male-bodied person in a Crow community who takes part in some of the social and ceremonial roles usually filled by women in that culture. Osh-Tisch fought in the 1876 Battle of the Rosebud, as recounted by P ...

Storme Webber

Storme Webber is an American two-spirit interdisciplinary artist, poet, curator, and educator based in Seattle, Washington. She is descended from Sugpiaq, Black, and Choctaw people. In 2019 she was named a Seattle Living Legacy for building globa ...

Laith Ashley

Ashley grew up in a Dominican American household in Harlem, New York. Ashley was raised in a church-oriented family, which influenced some of the attitudes held by family during his coming out. First, Ashley came out as homosexual when he was 17 ...

Sakris Kupila

Sakris Kupila is a Finnish transgender medical student who was serving as the chair of Seta in 2019-20. This is the main LGBT rights organisation in Finland.

Kyle Lukoff

Lukoff is a transgender man. He transitioned in 2004 while an undergraduate at Barnard College, a historically womens college. Much of his work centers on transgender children.

Alex Poon

Poon graduated from Wellesley College a womens college in 2014, where he majored in computer science. He came out as transgender as a sophomore. He was the first out transgender person to win the annual hoop rolling race since it began in 1895. H ...

Arisce Wanzer

Wanzer was born in Woodbridge, Virginia. At age 14, seeing a Victorias Secret Fashion Show inspired her to pursue fashion and modeling. She moved to Miami, which she describes as a "trans Mecca," to attend the Art Institute of Miami at age 17 or ...

Helen Belcher

Helen Belcher is a British activist and Liberal Democrat politician. She has been featured in The Independent on Sunday ’s Rainbow List for her work on LGBT issues, particularly those affecting the trans community. In 2010 she co-founded Trans Me ...

Fulvia Celica Siguas Sandoval

Fulvia Celica Siguas Sandoval was a Peruvian transsexual woman. She had 64 different operations since 1979, to change her physical sexual characteristics, for cosmetic enhancements, and is the Guinness Book of World Records record holder for the ...

Joanne Conte

Joanne Marie Conte was an American politician. She is considered to be the first openly transgender person to be elected to a city council in the United States. She served on Arvadas City Council from 1991-1995. In March 1993, Conte made a public ...

Peche Di

Peche Di is a transgender model, dancer, actress, videographer, and modeling agent. She started the first transgender modeling agency in the U.S., in New York City. Di was born in Bangkok, Thailand. After winning several pageants, entered America ...

G.F. Laundon

In 1977, in a highly unusual step at the time, Laundon publicly announced her gender transition in a scientific journal, taking the name Gillian Fiona Laundon, while still continuing with her research. Throughout this transition she had the suppo ...

Julia Horvath

Julia Elle Horvath is a Hungarian-born Swedish ballet dancer, ballet teacher, and former soloist with the Finnish National Ballet. Horvath came out as transgender in 2015.

Liniker

Liniker de Barros Ferreira Campos, or simply Liniker is a trans woman and the vocalist of the Brazilian soul band Liniker e os Caramelows.

Tonette Lopez

Tonette Lopez was the first transgender woman activist in the Philippines and a popular Asian LGBT activist, HIV/AIDS researcher and journalist. Lopez led the 16th International AIDS Conference in 2005.

Melenie Mahinamalamalama Eleneke

Melenie Mahinamalamalama Eleneke was a transgender rights activist of the Transgender, Gender Variant, and Intersex Justice Project in San Francisco, hula dancer and spiritual healer.

Phia Menard

Phia Menard came out as a transgender woman in 2008. Upset by the show Extraballe performed by Jerome Thomas 1990, she followed her teaching in 1994, then joined her company for the show Hic Hoc 1995, which she performed. In parallel, she follows ...