Definition of Andronikashvili. Meaning of Andronikashvili. Synonyms of Andronikashvili

Definition of Andronikashvili. Meaning of Andronikashvili. Synonyms of Andronikashvili

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- The Andronikashvili (Georgian: ანდრონიკაშვილები), sometimes known as Endronikashvili (ენდრონიკაშვილები), was a princely family in Georgia who claimed...
- Luarsabovich Andronikov (the last name spelled also Andronnikov or Andronikashvili, Russian: Ира́клий Луарса́бович Андро́ников (Андронников, Андроникашвили);...
- Ivane Andronikashvili (1796-1868) and they had 3 children: Elene Andronikashvili (born 1832) Archil Andronikashvili (1834-1864) Barbare Andronikashvili (born...
- Takaishvili Aleqsandre Jorjoliani Grigol Tkabladze Manana Abazadze Kira Andronikashvili Tengiz Daushvili Ioseb Gogichaishvili Shalva Kherkheulidze Aleqsandre...
- ****ia Andronikashvili (1740–1802), a respected soldier, who was 13 years older. Opposing the union, King Heraclius forced Andronikashvili into retirement...
- Elephter Luarsabovich Andronikashvili (the first name sometimes spelled Elevter or Elefter, Georgian: ელეფთერ ანდრონიკაშვილი, Russian: Элевтер Луарсабович...
- Андроникова) (also known as Salomea Ivanovna Andronikova), born Salome Andronikashvili (Georgian: სალომე ანდრონიკაშვილი) (October 1888 – May 8, 1982) was...
- Prince Ivane Andronikashvili (Georgian: ივანე ანდრონიკაშვილი), also known as Knyaz Ivan Malkhazovich Andronnikov (Russian: Иван Малхазович Андронников)...
- Alexander Andronikashvili (Georgian: ალექსანდრე ანდრონიკაშვილი) also known as Andronikov (1871 – 1923) was a Georgian military commander and anti-Soviet...
- Natalia "Nato" Vachnadze (Georgian: ნატო ვაჩნაძე), born Natalia Andronikashvili (Georgian: ნატო ანდრონიკაშვილი)[A], (14 June 1904 – 14 June 1953) was...
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