[ahy-nez, ahy-nez, ee-nez, ee-nez]
- a female given name, form of Agnes.
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Examples from the Web for inez
Streep will portray Irish civil-rights activist Inez McCormack in the Women in the World reading of SEVEN.Women in the World Speakers
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March 8, 2010
Leon and Butch lit cigarettes, but Inez was too emotional to smoke.John Grisham's First Short Story: Part Two
October 26, 2009
“He has to pay some guy over in the law library,” Inez said.
With time she faded away, though Inez, Leon, and Butch lived with the horror that another Graney might soon be born, somewhere.
With practice, most unpleasant tasks become bearable, and Inez Graney had learned to look forward to the visits.
For after all he was a man, and young; while the waist of Inez was as pretty as all the rest of her.
Inez followed him into this darksome hole, and the wall closed behind them.
Inez rose and stood before him, throwing back her veil that he might see her face.
"Rome—or death," said Castell; and Inez read what he was afraid of in his eyes.
Inez lifted her hand, and showed beneath it a little pile of ten doubloons.
Word Origin and History for inez
fem. proper name, Spanish form of Agnes (q.v.).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper