Lena

Lena, a short form of Helena which developed into a distinct female first name, may refer to:

Read more about Lena:  Places, People, Fictional Characters, Other Uses

Other articles related to "lena":

Lena Kundera And Bianca Montgomery
... Lena Kundera and Bianca Montgomery are fictional characters from the American daytime drama All My Children ... Commonly referred to by the portmanteau "Lianca" (for Lena and Bianca), they were the first lesbian couple on an American soap opera ... Lena was portrayed by Olga Sosnovska, and Bianca was portrayed by Eden Riegel ...
Lena Chen
... Lena Chen is a blogger, freelance writer, and graduate of Harvard College, where she co-organized the Feminist Coming Out Day campaign in 2010 ... Born in San Francisco, California and raised in Los Angeles, Lena studied sociology and minored in Studies of Women, Gender, Sexuality ... With a daily readership of 2,000, Lena has been featured in multiple media outlets ...
List Of Minor Emmerdale Farm Characters (1972–73) - Lena Dawkins
... Lena Dawkins Emmerdale character Portrayed by Lorraine Peters Introduced by Kevin Laffan Duration 1973-76 First appearance 31 December 1973 Last appearance 24 February ... Lena took no nonsense from anybody, even her boss Henry Wilks ...
List Of Coronation Street Characters (2005) - Lena Thistlewood
... Lena Thistlewood Coronation Street character Portrayed by Maria Charles First appearance 26 January 2005 Last appearance 29 June 2005 Profile Date of death 1 January 2006 Occupation Retired ... In early 2006 Lena died and she left her dog, Eccles to Blanche ...
Lena, South Carolina - Early History
... Lena's history has largely been intertwined with the Southern Railroad (today's Norfolk Southern) ... From 1899 until the 1980s, Southern operated a line through Lena and nearby Allendale, Tarboro, and Furman ... abandoned its tracks south of Blackville, ending rail service to Barnwell, Allendale, Lena, and Furman ...

Famous quotes containing the word lena:

    General McLaidlaw: Lena will never marry. She’s not the marrying sort. I see no reason to worry. There’s enough to care for her for the rest of her life.
    Mrs. McLaidlaw: I suppose you’re right, dear. I’m afraid she is rather spinsterish.
    General McLaidlaw: What’s wrong with that. The old maid’s a respectable institution. All women are not alike. Lena has intellect and a fine solid character.
    Samson Raphaelson (1896–1983)