Origin : Romanian,
Pronunciation : ro-DEE-kah ,
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Numerology information Rodica:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Additional information Rodica:
Derived from the Slavic element rod meaning "fertile".
Definition funny of Rodica:
A unique Romanian girl's name, represents an adventureous personality, open spirit, happiness, goddess of joy and pleasure. A person with this name is a real friend for anybody, works in burts of energy and probably gets involved in way toooo many activities. Speaks first, then thinks. The name itself sounds harsh and not even close to soemthing cute, so you might not name your pet "rodica", but a baby girl who for sure is going to be different...
"Hey, Rodica, stop and listen!"
Songs about Rodica:
Beau RedBull Si Cu Whisky (feat. Rodica Olariu) by Adrian Minune from the Album Star Commando, Vol. 1
Da da da Si Nu Nu Nu (feat. Rodica Olariu) by Adrian Minune from the Album Star Commando, Vol. 1
Da da da Si Nu Nu Nu (feat. Rodica) by Adrian Minune from the Album Best Of
The Eyes Of Rodica (Carl Overnet Remix) by Dino Arcangeli from the Album The Eyes Of Rodica
The Eyes Of Rodica (Original Mix) by Dino Arcangeli from the Album The Eyes Of Rodica
The Eyes Of Rodica (Original Mix) by Dino Arcangeli from the Album Heaven Trance - Volume 02
Rodica (revizuita) by Ada Milea & Romulus Chiciuc from the Album Inventar
Books about Rodica:
Rodica Draghincescu. Distance entre un homme habille et une femme telle qu'elle est.: An article from: World Literature... by Maria Orban (Jul 30, 2005)
Rodica et les Popes (French Edition) by Philippe SÃ©journÃ© (2005)
Rodica Iliesco: Paris, Ville Onirique. by Rodica. Iliesco (1997)
Entretiens Avec Rodica Draghincescu by Bonnefoy Yves, Butor Michel, Manno Yves Di, Collectif Blua Gérard (2004)
Student Workbook to Use With Discover Romanian: An Introduction to the Language and Culture [Paperback] ... (1995)
The Seven Voyages of Sinbad the Sailor, translated by Gabriela Cazacu and Rodica Culcer by Haralambie Gramescu (1981)
Discover Romanian: An Introduction to the Language and Culture by Rodica Botoman (1995) Paperback by Rodica Botoman (1111)
Wiki information Rodica:
Rodica is a settlement on the outskirts of Domžale in the Upper Carniola region of Slovenia. It includes the hamlet of Groblje.
Rodica Maria Şerban, née Florea is a Romanian rower. She achieved success in women's eight, where she won a gold medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics, bronze at the 2008 Summer Olympics and a silver medal at the 2005 World Rowing Championships.