As a mother to three daughters, Catharina-Amalia, alexia, and Ariane, Máxima has passed her style down to the next generation.
“What was discovered in Daraya is horrible,” says a Damascus activist who goes by the name alexia Jade.
Yes, and didn't alexia make an awful blunder with her paper of rice!
Polly had her arms around alexia and was hugging her tightly.
“Good for you, Pickering,” cried alexia, while the laugh went around.
But suppose he had children,” cried Polly, “just suppose it, alexia.
"Oh, I never saw such perfectly dreadful creatures," cried alexia, tossing back her long light braids impatiently.
In the midst of them, Polly saw the face of the doctor who had just fixed alexia's arm.
She didn't even smile, and alexia could feel that the arm was slipping away from her.
Yes, alexia, I'm tired sometimes; but I'm their mother, you see.
alexia a·lex·i·a (ə-lěk'sē-ə)
Loss of the ability to comprehend the meaning of written or printed words and sentences, usually caused by brain lesions. Also called text blindness, visual aphasia, word blindness.