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roxanne

[rok-san] /rɒkˈsæn/
noun
1.
Slang. crack (def 33).
Origin of roxanne
origin uncertain

Roxanne

[rok-san] /rɒkˈsæn/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • But I've got that smile from roxanne and I'm going to believe it was meant for the real me.

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    Maria Thompson Daviess
  • I wonder how the boys and girls are going to like roxanne's being friends with me.

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    Maria Thompson Daviess
  • I went this afternoon, and I believe God sent me and so does roxanne.

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    Maria Thompson Daviess
  • roxanne saw and heard it all, because she couldn't help it, from the window.

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    Maria Thompson Daviess
  • I was scared and so was roxanne as we hugged each other as women always do from fright.

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Word Origin and History for roxanne

Roxanne

fem. proper name, from French, from Latin Roxane, from Greek Rhoxane, of Persian origin (cf. Avestan raoxšna- "shining, bright"). Spelling influenced by Anne.

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