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Verna

[vur-nuh] /ˈvɜr nə/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • Vernacular (from Verna, a slave born in his master's house).

  • “For the last waltz,” she whispered to Verna who was helping.

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  • Somehow, she did not wish to think of Verna and Hugo at the same instant.

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  • Yes,” Florence said quietly, “that is a picture of Verna, the daughter of this house.

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  • “I must find Verna,” she whispered, gripping at her heart to still its wild panic.

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  • “Here it is, then,” cheerfully returned Verna, producing another.

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  • Verna, for her part, felt rather more sure that it would not.

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  • Verna, watching this proceeding, was struck with a sudden thought.

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  • But to a question to that effect Verna promptly replied in the negative.

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