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[roh-zee-nuh; Italian raw-zee-nah] /roʊˈzi nə; Italian rɔˈzi nɑ/
a female given name, Italian form of Rose. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2017.
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  • Rosina followed her mother, who ordered her to go back to the parlour immediately.

  • My dear fellow, how plainly you betray the fact that you are in love with Rosina.

    A Woman's Will Anne Warner
  • Why do we have a new Rosina every year, whom nobody ever hears of afterwards?

    Phantom Fortune, A Novel M. E. Braddon
  • “And, after all, whatever he is—” Rosina paused and ran her fingers through her hair.

    A Woman's Will Anne Warner
  • Rosina caught a quick little breath; she had not been prepared for such a turn of conversation.

    A Woman's Will Anne Warner
  • Rosina jerked her consciousness up out of the bed of the Isar.

    A Woman's Will Anne Warner
  • Of course Rosina could only curtsy, but she was very much alarmed about the consequences to her mistress.

  • Rosina stopped on the first landing to stare in tranceful astonishment.

    A Woman's Will Anne Warner

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