Numerology information Jelica:
Name Number: 4 Meaning: Stability, Sameness, Regular, Rules, Condition, Responsibility, Routine, Frame, Detail, Order
Additional information Jelica:
Diminutive of JELA
Definition funny of Jelica:
Its source is Helene, a Greek name meaning "Sun ray."
Jelica:this name might refer to a Greek person, a ''Hellene.'' The sources of its popularity balance between a saint and a sinner. On one hand, there is St. Helena, mother to Constantine the Great, whose purity allowed her to discover the True Cross. On the opposite hand, there is the notorious Helen of Troy, whose adulterous flight in the arms of the Trojan prince Paris ''launched a thousand ships'' (in the words of Christopher Marlowe) and started the bloody Trojan War. The image of the latter Helen's bewitching beauty has lasted through the ages. In a film version of Marlowe's 16th-century play Faustus, the devil offers Helen (portrayed by Elizabeth Taylor) to the title character in exchange for his soul. Faustus swiftly agrees to the bargain.
Songs about Jelica:
Setala se Jelica i Ive by Klapa Trogir from the Album XI Bascanski Glasi
Duga li je Jelica planina by Miroslav Ilic from the Album Voleo sam devojku iz grada
?etala Se Jelica I Ive by Klapa Fortuna from the Album Dubrovnik
Jelica by Mara i lole from the Album Jelica
Jelica and Ive Promenading by Klapa Luka from the Album Klapa Luka
Jelica dvojka by Veselin Arsic from the Album Slusao sam poj slavuja
Setala Se Jelica I Ive by Klapa Kontrada from the Album Festival Klapa I Mandolina Opatija 2012
Books about Jelica:
Prijezda i Jelica by Vidan Nikolic (2004)
Simptom DJ: Jelica Radovanovic i Dejan Andjelkovic by Jasmina Cubrilo (2011)
Wiki information Jelica:
Jelica is a mountain in central Serbia, near the town of Čačak. Its highest peak Crna Stena has an elevation of 929 meters above sea level. At the peak of Gradina, there is an archeological site, with remains of a fortress. The oldest artefacts found...
Jelica Komnenović is a former basketball player who competed for Yugoslavia in the 1980 Summer Olympics and in the 1984 Summer Olympics.