[al-ber-teen; French al-ber-teen; German ahl-ber-tee-nuh]
- a female given name: derived from Albert.
Also Al·ber·ti·na [al-ber-tee-nuh] /ˌæl bərˈti nə/.
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Examples from the Web for albertine
Her response was a “very un-macho, uncool, and unexciting one,” according to Albertine.
Albertine was forced to move back in with her mother with no sign of a future career.
Albertine was never to him anything more than a means toward the satisfaction of his own needs, ego needs and sensual needs.
The Fugitive opens with the flight of the narrator's own obsessive love interest, Albertine.
Instead, the narrator only accelerates after Albertine's death his ferocious investigations of her suspected lesbian love affairs.
He thinks youre dead, killed when the Albertine Range was annihilated.The Variable Man
Philip K. Dick
On the division of Saxony in 1485 it fell to the Albertine line, which has since held it.
The Albertine branch retained Meissen and the Saxon possessions.
The Albertine and Austrian troops soon overran the defenceless land.
Mark, Albertine, that my name makes some effect, said Marat with a sinister laugh.The Hero of the People