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Definition of Duena

Duena
Duena Du*e"[~n]a, n. [Sp.] See Do[~n]a.

Meaning of Duena from wikipedia

- Daugava (Latgalian: Daugova) or Western Dvina (Russian: Западная Двина (Západnaya Dviná); Belarusian: Заходняя Дзвіна) is a large river rising in the Valdai...
- dueña (English: A Woman of Steel) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Nicandro Díaz González for Televisa. It is a remake of the telenovela La Dueña,...
- La Dueña (English title: Lady Owner) is a Mexican telenovela produced by Florinda Meza for Televisa in 1995. Angelica Rivera and Francisco Gattorno starred...
- Dijon Duenas, better known as just Dijon, is an American musician and producer from Los Angeles, California. Duenas career began as one half of the duo...
- Maru Dueñas (born María Eugenia Dueñas Posadas; October 3, 1967 – November 11, 2017) was a Mexican actress, director and producer. Dueñas studied at the...
- La dueña (The owner (female) or The Chairwoman) may refer to: La dueña (Venezuelan TV series), 1984 La dueña (Argentine TV series), 2012 La dueña (1966...
- (royal governess), and the Guardas (chaperones). The third rank was the Dueñas de Honor, the married ladies-in-waiting, who were responsible for not only...
- cinema. She is best known for her roles as Laura in Televisa's telenovela La Dueña (Mexico) (1995), as Tamara de Duval in Televisa's telenovela El privilegio...
- Dueña y señora ("Owner and Lady") is a 1948 Mexican film. It stars Sara García. Dueña y señora at IMDb v t e...
- María Dueñas Vinuesa (1964) is a Spanish writer and professor. María Dueñas Vinuesa was born in Puertollano in 1964. She earned a licentiate degree in...