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Frederica

[fred-uh-ree-kuh, fre-dree-] /ˌfrɛd əˈri kə, frɛˈdri-/
noun
1.
a female given name: derived from Frederick.
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  • A girl of Frederica's age must be childish indeed, if such things do not strike her.

    Lady Susan Jane Austen
  • Frederica looked so shy, so confused, when we entered the room, that I felt for her exceedingly.

    Lady Susan Jane Austen
  • He now and then addressed Frederica, but more frequently her mother.

    Lady Susan Jane Austen
  • I have not yet tranquillised myself enough to see Frederica.

    Lady Susan Jane Austen
  • Ask him to your house occasionally, and talk to him of Frederica, that he may not forget her.

    Lady Susan Jane Austen
  • I gave him hopes of Frederica's relenting, and told him a great deal of her improvements.

    Lady Susan Jane Austen
  • Frederica of Ostheim would make any other the happiest of men.

    Love and Intrigue Friedrich Schiller
  • This they did for half an hour; then, all being still, they retreated to Frederica.

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