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Elva

[el-vuh] /ˈɛl və/
noun
1.
a female given name: from an Old English word meaning “elf.”.
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  • The door opened and Wynnette and Elva came in in their nightdresses.

    Her Mother's Secret Emma D. E. N. Southworth
  • Her days were gane,” said Elva; “and where were the daughters?

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    E. Lynn (Elizabeth Lynn) Linton
  • When he had left Elva Barrett behind he had let go the strongest cable of hope.

  • Perhaps he hoped that her talk might bring some word of Elva Barrett.

  • If he had even glanced at Elva Barrett no bystander could have detected that glance.

  • And I know your heart so well, Elva, that I leave it all to you.

  • I have sent word to him to expect me at Elva, where I am going to seek him.

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    Ren de Pont-Jest
  • The daughter of the farmer of Elva felt the blood rush to her heart.

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    Ren de Pont-Jest
  • He ordered his horse to be saddled, and he rode over to Elva.

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    Ren de Pont-Jest
  • In the pause that now followed Elva looked imploringly toward Le.

    Her Mother's Secret Emma D. E. N. Southworth

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