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Amalia

[uh-meyl-yuh, am-uh-lee-uh] /əˈmeɪl yə, ˌæm əˈli ə/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • Most likely, he would have been an old bachelor and Amalia an old maid.

    Casanova's Homecoming Arthur Schnitzler
  • "Amalia," shouted Olivo, so loudly that the vaulted ceiling rang.

    Casanova's Homecoming Arthur Schnitzler
  • No one had anything to say against Amalia's suggestion, and they all went out of doors.

    Casanova's Homecoming Arthur Schnitzler
  • Then: "Tell me, Amalia, did you think me still handsome when you first saw me to-day?"

    Casanova's Homecoming Arthur Schnitzler
  • The Abbate led the way, with Marcolina and Amalia on either side.

    Casanova's Homecoming Arthur Schnitzler
  • Yet perhaps it was the illumination which gave so gloomy a cast to Amalia's features.

    Casanova's Homecoming Arthur Schnitzler
  • Marcolina and Amalia were in the hall, setting out the table for cards.

    Casanova's Homecoming Arthur Schnitzler
  • "There was a great deal more, but I have forgotten," said Amalia.

    Casanova's Homecoming Arthur Schnitzler
  • Am I more interested in that star, Amalia, than in any other of the bright host?

    Vivian Grey Earl of Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli
  • Tell me, then, my Amalia; let me share your secrets, provided they be your sorrows.

    Vivian Grey Earl of Beaconsfield, Benjamin Disraeli

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