Pronunciation : LYOO-bee-tsah (Croatian, Serbian) ,
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Additional information Ljubica:
From the Slavic element lyub meaning "love" combined with a diminutive suffix. It can also come from Serbo-Croatian ljubicica meaning "violet".
Definition funny of Ljubica:
Ljubica is a species native to Croatia, but has also been introduced to some other parts of the world by migrations of this graceful creature. It is commonly known as slatka Ljubica, English charming Violet, or common Violet. The sweet, unmistakable scent of this person has proved popular throughout the generations. According to ancient legend the name 'viola' came from the name of the maiden Io. Zeus loved the young damsel, but in order to protect her from his jealous wife, he changed Io into a young heifer, which fed in a field of violets. Violets throughout the centuries consequently became linked with love.
By this time tomorrow I will be feeling like Ljubica. I feel the power of her passion creeping on to me.
Songs about Ljubica:
Kozarec Dvigni Ljubica by Hajni Blagne from the Album Sonce Moje
Ljub?ek in ljubica by Pupe from the Album Firbec
Ljubica by Miki from the Album Vsem Mojim Dekletom - Miki
Ljubica by Patrick Zigon from the Album 3 Years Tanzbar Musik
Ljubica by Original Oberkrainer Sextett from the Album 45 Jahre
Ljubica by Lazo Magistrala from the Album Lazo Magistrala
Ljubica by Massimo from the Album Apsolutno uzivo klub Aquarius
Books about Ljubica:
Ljubica: Webster's Timeline History, 1934 - 2007 by Icon Group International (May 14, 2010)
LJubica Mrkalj by na (1998)
Ljubica Arsic by Ljubica Arsic (2011)
Ljubica Cuca Sokic by Aleksa Celebonovic (2003)
Kneginja Ljubica by Rados Ljusic (2013)
Price iz vilinskog sveta: Ljubica i nevolje sa zmajcicima by Lara Faravej (2014)
Eczema in Children: Short Guide To Efficient Treatment (Better Baby Health) by Savic, Ljubica (2013) Paperback... by Ljubica Savic (1010)
Wiki information Ljubica:
Ljubica Marić was a composer from Yugoslavia. She was a pupil of Josip Štolcer-Slavenski. She was known for being inspired by Byzantine Orthodox church music. She was professor at the Faculty of Music in Belgrade and member of the Serbian Academy of...
Ljubica Vukomanović was Princess consort of the Principality of Serbia as the wife of Miloš Obrenović I, Prince of Serbia, and the founder of the Obrenović dynasty, which ruled Serbia in an almost unbroken line from the time of his election as Prince...