[pip-uh; Italian peep-pah]
- a female given name, Italian form of Philippa.
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Examples from the Web for pippa
Taking to the small screen represents a big departure by Pippa from the Royal party line.
Pippa's 'Court and Social' column was brought to an end after just six months.
According to reports on social media, Pippa only stayed at the bar of the Worth Hotel for about ten minutes.
As the Daily Beast reported earlier this week, Pippa Middleton is on the cusp of signing a deal to be a special reporter for NBC.
An industry source said Pippa's compensation will be in the Chelsea Clinton range.NBC’s Today Show ‘Hires’ Pippa Middleton
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November 5, 2014
His instinct drove him where there was peril for Pippa's son—that was all.
But little Pippa did not know this; she had passed on singing.Child Stories from the Masters
What would Pippa gain, were she in truth great haughty Ottima?
What was the noise that broke out as Pippa finished her song?
The most beautiful of them all, Pippa Passes, appeared in 1841.Selections from the Poems and Plays of Robert Browning</p>