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Una

[oo-nuh, yoo-] /ˈu nə, ˈyu-/
noun
1.
a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “one.”.
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  • And thus she left him very thoughtful, as concerned for Una as she was herself.

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  • When I say Una is waiting for you, I state a simple fact, not a command that you shall go to her.

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  • Told him, in short, what it was that Una desired to talk to him about.

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  • "I wonder that Una needed to be told that she had in me a friend," he said slowly.

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  • Terence, like everybody else, will suffer anything that Una wishes.

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  • If Terence knows—well, you will regret it all the days of your life, Una.

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  • "I have been looking for you everywhere, my dear," he said to Una.

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  • Una returned in a few minutes, and repeated to her mistress a few lines in Gaelic.

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  • Una, puzzled, but obedient to a quick glance from her aunt, wrote the note.

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  • Una swam forward, and, reckless with fright now, shouted again.

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British Dictionary definitions for Una

UNA

abbreviation (in Britain)
1.
United Nations Association
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