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Rosina

[roh-zee-nuh; Italian raw-zee-nah] /roʊˈzi nə; Italian rɔˈzi nɑ/
noun
1.
a female given name, Italian form of Rose.
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  • Rosina rang the gate-bell, and the old braided Cerberus admitted them grumblingly.

    Olive in Italy Moray Dalton
  • Rosina had come over to her and was fastening the hooks of her bodice.

    Olive in Italy Moray Dalton
  • I used to give lessons, but it was not easy to find pupils, and then I met Rosina.

    Olive in Italy Moray Dalton
  • Rosina leaned into the traces, leaving hoofprints three inches deep.

    Blind Man's Lantern Allen Kim Lang
  • Rosina glanced up at the prison-like façade which they were passing.

    A Woman's Will Anne Warner
  • Rosina leaned back in her corner and shook as if she had the ague.

    A Woman's Will Anne Warner
  • He went for his coat and hat, and when he returned Rosina was fastening the frogs on her jacket.

    A Woman's Will Anne Warner
  • He turned to where Rosina waited, her eyes gazing in the direction of Constance.

    A Woman's Will Anne Warner

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