Juana

Juana is a Spanish female first name. It is the feminine form of Juan, and thus corresponds to the English names Jane, Joanna, Janet, Jean, and Joan. Juanita is a common diminutive.

Some famous bearers of this name include:

  • Juana Azurduy de Padilla
  • Juana Barraza
  • Juana Bormann
  • Juana Briones de Miranda
  • Juana I, Queen of Castile and Aragon. Daughter of Isabella I of Castile and Ferdinand II of Aragon, mother of King Charles I of Spain.
  • Juana Castro
  • Juana Inés de la Cruz
  • Juana Manuela Gorriti
  • Juana de Ibarbourou
  • Juana Manuel of Castile
  • Juana Maria
  • Juana Molina
  • Juana Parra
  • Juana María de los Dolores de León Smith
  • Juana Saviñón
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Santa Juana, Chile - History
... The Mapuche originally named the valley where Santa Juana is now located the Valley of Catirai, and the inhabitants Catirayen ... fort and town in established March 1626 by Governor Luis Fernandez de Cordova with title of Santa Juana de Guadalcázar, in memory of the name of wife ... Santa Juana was head of the Department of Lautaro between 1841 and 1865 ...
Los Tarantos - Plot
... The love between two gipsies, Juana La Zoronga and Rafael El Taranto, from different families in Barcelona is thwarted by the enmity between their respective parents ... Rafael sees Juana dance at a gipsy wedding, and is captivated by her beauty and charm, and they fall in love, aided by their younger siblings who are secretly friends and sympathetic to the young lovers ... Juana earns the respect of Rafael's formidable mother, Angustias, through her spirit and grace at flamenco, but her father Rosendo, an old beau of Rafael's mother, remains obstinate, despite the pleas ...