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liza

[lahy-zuh] /ˈlaɪ zə/
noun
1.
a mullet, Mugil liza, found chiefly in the tropical Atlantic Ocean.
Origin of liza
1830-1840
1830-40, Americanism; < Spanish

Liza

[lahy-zuh] /ˈlaɪ zə/
noun
1.
a female given name, form of Elizabeth.
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  • The morning sun was streaming across the room when liza came in with the tea.

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  • liza, have you mentioned to anybody that Father Storm was here last night?

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  • liza came up with, red eyes, bringing the evening papers and a letter.

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  • "Good-night, miss," and liza went down with lingering footsteps.

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  • "liza, teem a short pint intil this lang Robbie," said Matthew.

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