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Delia

[deel-yuh] /ˈdil yə/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Cordelia.
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  • As long as our one cavalier has been lured away from us by Delia we might as well try to console one another, laughed Marjorie.

  • The wife, Delia her name was, had said nothing at first when it came.

    Candle and Crib K. F. Purdon
  • For more than a year past, he has shown a decided preference for Delia Floyd, and she has encouraged his attentions.

    The Allen House T. S. Arthur
  • Delia did the best she could with it, but it wouldn't do all she wanted.

    Candle and Crib K. F. Purdon
  • Delia, you must show Mr. Robinson the garden by moonlight–it's the only light he hasn't seen it by.

    Belinda A. A. Milne

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