[wil-uh-mee-nuh, wil-hel-; Dutch vil-hel-mee-nah]
- Mount, former name of Trikora.
- a female given name: derived from William.
- Wilhelmina Helena Pauline Maria of Orange-Nassau, 1880–1962, queen of the Netherlands 1890–1948 (mother of Juliana).
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“At the end of the day, the coverage area is just greater,” Luke Simone, an agent for Wilhelmina, told The Daily Beast.
After looking through his pictures and his videos,” Simone said, “I knew that he would be a great fit with Wilhelmina.
So welcome back, Edna and Ethel; come on down, Gertrude and Percy; walk right in, Wilhelmina and Wolfgang.Hot Baby Names for 2014
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She took over from her mother, Juliana, who took the place of Queen Wilhelmina.Dutch Queen Beatrix Abdicates Throne
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The way he looked at it was that he had been all wrong about Wilhelmina Bennett.The Girl on the Boat
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Wilhelmina sighed deeply as she dropped on the step beside the three.
At the end of a half hour, Wilhelmina again went to the window.
"And I want them to see what dear little sisters Mary has," laughed Wilhelmina.
There he met and married his first wife, Wilhelmina (or Minna) Planer.Woman's Work in Music
- 1880–1962, queen of the Netherlands from 1890 until her abdication (1948) in favour of her daughter Juliana
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