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Juanita

[wah-nee-tuh; Spanish hwah-nee-tah] /wɑˈni tə; Spanish ʰwɑˈni tɑ/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • You may leave us now, Juanita, and when we want you, we will call.

    Up the Forked River

    Edward Sylvester Ellis
  • By and by, Juanita returned and removed the remains of the repast.

    Up the Forked River

    Edward Sylvester Ellis
  • Captain Norton had hitherto said nothing about Juanita or Rochford.

    In the Wilds of Florida W.H.G. Kingston
  • Juanita looked at Rochford, and then allowed him and her brother to help her on her horse.

    In the Wilds of Florida W.H.G. Kingston
  • As well as we were able to do so in the dark, we put up a shelter for Juanita.

    In the Wilds of Florida W.H.G. Kingston

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