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Bianca

[byahng-kah, bee-ahng-kuh] /ˈbyɑŋ kɑ, biˈɑŋ kə/
noun
1.
a female given name: from an Italian word meaning “white.”.
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  • Galeotto ate enormously, Cavalcanti daintily, I but little, and Bianca nothing.

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  • Then his eyes turned to Bianca, and his expression softened.

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  • It is not he who has dared to raise his eyes as you suppose to Bianca.

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  • I am her father, and my little Bianca is a book in which I have studied deeply.

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  • Suddenly a great voice, and I knew it for the voice of Bianca, called me by name.

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Word Origin and History for Bianca

fem. proper name, from Italian, literally fem. of bianco "white" (see blank (adj.)). A doublet of French Blanche.

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