Perpetua (disambiguation)

Perpetua (disambiguation)

Perpetua can refer to:

* Perpetua and Felicity, two 3rd century Christian martyrs
* Perpetua (typeface), a typeface
* Reclusión perpetua, a particular kind of sentence of imprisonment in the Philippines, Argentina, and several other countries
* Esto perpetua, the state motto of Idaho
* Lux perpetua, an historical novel
* Perpetua Nkwocha, a member of the Nigeria women's national football team
* St. Perpetua School, a school in California
* "Perpetua" is another name for the 1922 film "Love's Boomerang"


Wikimedia Foundation. 2010.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Perpetua and Felicity — Infobox Saint name=Saints Perpetua and Felicitas birth date= death date=7 March 202 or 203 feast day=7 March (6 March from 1908 to 1969) venerated in=Roman Catholic Church, Eastern Orthodox Churches, Oriental Orthodox Churches, Anglican Communion …   Wikipedia

  • Felicity (disambiguation) — Felicity means happiness. It or the variants Felicita and Felicitas can also refer to:Entertainment* Felicity , a television series * Felicity (1979 film) * , a 2005 TV moviePeople* Saint Felicity of Rome, 2nd century Christian martyr * Felicity… …   Wikipedia

  • Mary (given name) — Mary The Glorification of Mary by Boticelli. The reverence for Mary, the mother of Jesus, is in large part responsible for the use of the name Mary and its variants. Gender female Origin …   Wikipedia

  • Requiem — For other uses, see Requiem (disambiguation). Requiem Mass for Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria at the Catholic Church of St. Catherine, Saint Petersburg, 1914. A Requiem or Requiem Mass, also known as Mass for the dead (Latin: Missa pro… …   Wikipedia

  • Idaho — This article is about the U.S. state of Idaho. For other uses, see Idaho (disambiguation). Idaho …   Wikipedia

  • Oregon Coast — Southward view from Ecola State Park, Northern Oregon Coast The Oregon Coast is a region of the U.S. state of Oregon. It runs generally north south along the Pacific Ocean, forming the western border of the state; the region is bounded to the… …   Wikipedia

  • Chronological list of saints in the 3rd century — A list of 3rd century saints: Name Birth Birthplace Death Place of death Notes Persecution under Septimus Severus (202 210) begins Irenaeus 130 Smyrna 202 Lugdunum Bishop of Lyons Leonides of Alexandria     202 Alexand …   Wikipedia

  • Perpetual motion — For other uses, see Perpetual motion (disambiguation). Robert Fludd s 1618 water screw perpetual motion machine from a 1660 wood engraving. This device is widely credited as the first recorded attempt to describe such a device in order to produce …   Wikipedia

  • Christ Church, Oxford — This article is about the Oxford college. For other uses, see Christ Church (disambiguation) and Christchurch (disambiguation). Colleges and halls of the University of Oxford Christ Church …   Wikipedia

  • Trinity College, Cambridge — Not to be confused with Trinity Hall, Cambridge. For other institutions named Trinity College, see Trinity College (disambiguation). Colleges of the University of Cambridge Trinity College …   Wikipedia

Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”