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Vida

[vee-duh, vahy-duh] /ˈvi də, ˈvaɪ də/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • Vida and her father were stopping there, and Frank was urged to remain longer.

    Frank Merriwell's Bravery Burt L. Standish
  • In vampiring Vida Monte it was who led; others imitatively followed.

    Sundry Accounts

    Irvin S. Cobb
  • Vida Levering's beauty was not strictly of the éclatant type.

    The Convert

    Elizabeth Robins
  • Borrodaile bent his head, and glanced past Vida to the abandoned minister.

    The Convert

    Elizabeth Robins
  • There was no one else with whom Vida could talk about her mother.

    The Convert

    Elizabeth Robins
  • Vida flung her hair back with a burst of not very merry laughter.

    The Convert

    Elizabeth Robins
  • In other words, Vida had put on the plainest of her discarded mourning-gowns.

    The Convert

    Elizabeth Robins
  • As she saw Vida was about to break in, she silenced her with two words, 'Geoffrey doesn't.'

    The Convert

    Elizabeth Robins

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