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Also Polish: https://pl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larysa [noted -ed]
Frollein Gladys  2/20/2020
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Meaning: Belarusian form of Larisa. [noted -ed]

Transcription: Ларыса

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larysa_Hieniju%C5%A1
https://www.washingtonpost.com/gdpr-consent/?destination=%2fworld%2feurope%2fbelarus-media-on-the-edge-of-survival-amid-crackdown%2f2018%2f08%2f03%2ff5c90d1e-9423-11e8-a679-b09212fb69c2_story.html%3f&utm_term=.7b06e120776f --- Larysa Shchyrakova

(Information from name #311615 originally submitted by user Frollein Gladys)
Frollein Gladys  8/3/2019
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Larysa Berezhna is a retired long jumper who represented USSR and later Ukraine. She first gained recognition with a bronze medal at the 1989 World Indoor Championships and a fourth place at the 1990 European Championships.
cutenose  2/28/2017
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Larysa Harapyn is a Canadian media personality, who most recently was a news anchor at the, now defunct, Sun News Network. She was an entertainment reporter on Citytv in Toronto and was an anchor on the now-defunct Star!
cutenose  2/28/2017
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Larysa Hienijuš was a Belarusian poet, writer and active participant of the national movement.
cutenose  2/28/2017
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Larysa Poznyak has been the face of several luxury brands and has modeled all over the world for artists and designers including Roberto Cavalli, Nicola Berti, Effat Yari, and Bebe.
cutenose  2/28/2017
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Larysa Petrivna Kosach-Kvitka, better known by her pseudonym "Lesya Ukrainka," was the most famous female writer in Ukrainian literature.
― Anonymous User  8/1/2013

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