[mag-duh; German mahg-dah]
- a female given name, German form of Magdalene.
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When the lights were out, she asked Magda if Mr. Calcraft still slept.
The spell of them lay thick upon her as she was undressed by Magda.
For in this play of Magda the Duse rivets interests, delights not by what she does, but by what she is.
I feel this sometimes in the case of Mme. Duse; and principally in her "Magda."
He writes to his parents asking their consent to his marriage with Magda.The Complete Opera Book