[wah-nuh; Spanish hwah-nah]
- a female given name.
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Examples from the Web for juana
When Juana was 8, her father abandoned the family and the girl moved to Mexico City to live with her aunt.
Her mother was illiterate, but she secured a tutor for both her sons and her daughters, and Juana could read by the age of 3.
The Popess Juana, despite the fact of their relationship, refused to recognize him.The Dead Command</p>
Vicente Blasco Ibez
Juana stopped and courtesied, an act which Maude was too fascinated to imitate.The White Rose of Langley
Emily Sarah Holt
It was sold for twenty-five thousand dollars, to one Juana Reyes.The Fifth Ace</p>
Chiquita asked herself as she, with Marieta and Juana, followed him homeward.When Dreams Come True
Juana had written me about it, though I was frightened at every step.A Little Girl in Old San Francisco</p>
Amanda Minnie Douglas