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Selina

fem. proper name, nativized form of French Céline, from Latin caelina "heavenly," from caelum (see celestial).

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  • Thus far indeed selina had gazed on all of life through discreet draperies.

    Selina George Madden Martin
  • selina, dear, what do you think it would be best to begin with?

  • Queen selina took an unexpectedly broad-minded view of the scheme as soon as she fully understood its advantages.

    In Brief Authority F. Anstey
  • selina's subject, quite unaccountably, happened to be naval history.

    Dream Days Kenneth Grahame
  • “And when it once gets started, the subscription list will grow very rapidly,” added Aunt selina.

    The Blue Birds' Winter Nest Lillian Elizabeth Roy

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