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Oona

or Oonagh

[oo-nuh] /ˈu nə/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • Oona no walk in da' swamp 'cep' you is keer you' coat 'cross da' arm.

    Nights With Uncle Remus Joel Chandler Harris
  • Eh, Saver above, it wouldn't be the death of his sister—of Connor's Oona!

    Fardorougha, The Miser William Carleton
  • You bethrayed the masther's house, an' Miss Oona, too, you villin o' blazes!

    Fardorougha, The Miser William Carleton
  • Julia's talk had been very strange to Oona; it filled her with a vague fear.

    The Wizard's Son, vol. 3 Margaret Oliphant
  • But still she was aware of a something, a tremor, a tingle in Oona's voice.

    The Wizard's Son, vol. 3 Margaret Oliphant
  • Mrs. Forrester was just beginning, as she herself said, to "weary" for Oona's return.

    The Wizard's Son, vol. 3 Margaret Oliphant
  • Oona meant the world and life to the solitary lady on the crest of the isle.

    The Wizard's Son, vol. 3 Margaret Oliphant
  • My dear, you can just ring for the tea: and we'll go and call upon her to-morrow, Oona.

    The Wizard's Son, vol. 3 Margaret Oliphant
  • "The late lord had no woman about him," she said to herself after Oona had left the room.

    The Wizard's Son, vol. 3 Margaret Oliphant

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