noun, plural a·lum·nae [uh-luhm-nee, -nahy] /əˈlʌm ni, -naɪ/.
Origin of alumna
Examples from the Web for alumna
The ‘SNL’ alumna is back with her first film since ‘Bridesmaids.’Kristen Wiig on ‘Girl Most Likely’ and Why She Nixed ‘Bridesmaids 2’|Marlow Stern|July 18, 2013|DAILY BEAST
"Women are expected to do everything, do it well, and look hot while doing it," one alumna told the commission.
“You are buying into that network,” says one recent Harvard alumna.
“They claim me as an alumna, though I did not alum,” she said.
A debate was sometimes introduced, a Shakespeare reading, or an address by an alumna student.Earliest Years at Vassar|Frances A. Wood
It was founded by an alumna for marked proficiency in English with general excellency in other lines.Daddy Long-Legs|Jean Webster
To the alumna and the student, the picture called up by those words is sufficiently definite and demands no amplification.Teddy: Her Book|Anna Chapin Ray
British Dictionary definitions for alumna
noun plural -nae (-niː)
Word Origin for alumna
Word Origin and History for alumna