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Correct spelling for GUINIA

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Possible correct spellings for guinia

  • Gin(Definition of gin)
  • But rosa would come every night when her father, stupefied by gin, was asleep, and talk to cornelius through the barred grating of his cell door.

  • Quin(Definition of quin)
  • "then colley cibber never acted," whispered quin to mrs. clive.

  • Gina
  • Strange bedfellows is a 1965 american comedy film directed by melvin frank and starring rock hudson, gina lollobrigida, gig young, and terry-thomas.

  • Gino
  • "gino," he said, repressing his voice, like one summoning a desperate resolution-"are thy fellows true?"

  • Genii(Definition of Genii)
  • There was a rebellion among the genii not long afterwards, and the general was about ten or fifteen years putting them down."

  • Guiana
  • The arawaks were most numerous in guiana and on the lower amazon, but were also spread over central brazil.

  • Guineas
  • She put five guineas into the hand of the glowing mary.

  • Guinean(Definition of guinean)
  • Guinea national armed forces: army, navy (armee de mer or marine guineenne, includes marines), guinean air force (force aerienne de guinee) (2009)

  • Gun(Definition of gun)
  • Is he to have the gun?"

  • Gain(Definition of gain)
  • How did you gain the rock, frank?

  • Guinea(Definition of guinea)
  • That would be a guinea.

  • Gena(Definition of Gena)
  • Kyle richards (born 1969), actress, distant welsh ancestry monica richards, author and musician jason robards (1922–2000), actor, distant welsh ancestry eric roberts (born 1956), actor, distant welsh ancestry julia roberts (born 1967), actress, distant welsh ancestry coco rocha (born 1988), canadian model of welsh, irish, and russian descent gena rowlands (born 1930), actress, father was of welsh descent susan sarandon (born 1946), oscar-winning actress, distant welsh ancestry brooke shields (born 1965), actress and model, distant welsh ancestry esperanza spalding (born 1984), singer/songwriter, distant welsh ancestry tiffani thiessen (born 1974), actress, distant welsh ancestry henry thomas (born 1971), actor, distant welsh ancestry lynda thomas (born 1981), musician, singer-songwriter scott walker (born 1943), singer, distant welsh ancestry tuc watkins (born 1966), actor betty white (born 1922), actress, distant welsh ancestry michelle williams (born 1980), actress, distant welsh ancestry robin williams (1951–2014), actor, distant welsh ancestry vanessa williams (born 1963), actress, distant welsh ancestry cassandra wilson (born 1955), née cassandra fowlkes, jazz vocalist; distant welsh ancestry through her father patrick wilson (born 1973), actor, distant welsh ancestry literature sinclair lewis (1885–1951), novelist/playwright jack london (1876–1916), author edgar lee masters (1868–1950), poet/biographer/dramatist lorin morgan-richards (1975), author and illustrator ogden nash (1902–1971), wrote clever humorous poetry politics john adams (1735–1826), president of the united states, vice president of the united states; traced his ancestry to pembroke, pembrokeshire and to penybanc farm at llanboidy, carmarthenshire john quincy adams (1767–1848), president of the united states, secretary of state john henry bowen (1780–1822), u.

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