- a female given name: from an Old Spanish word meaning “beautiful.”
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Contemporary Examples of belinda
And Derek grew up playing hardcore but he was also like listening to Belinda Carlisle obsessively.Hardcore Mixed With Honey: ‘Bitter Rivals’ and the Evolution of Sleigh Bells
October 30, 2013
Neither would Belinda Bentley, the L.A.-based psychic told The Daily Beast; not with that level of assuredness, anyway.What Psychic Sylvia Brown Didn’t See
May 10, 2013
Some of his big campaign donors, like L.E. Simmons and Frank Vandersloot (through his wife Belinda), also bankrolled Prop 8.Biographer Recounts Romney’s Many Trips to Mormon Church to Discuss Social Issues
May 11, 2012
Historical Examples of belinda
Apropos, Belinda, did not you tell me Clarence Hervey is coming to town?
She turned her face from Belinda, and walked out of the room with dignity.
Belinda sighed; and for some moments there was a dead silence.
"There now, you look like yourself again, and I am satisfied," cried Belinda.
"You know that I am engaged to your ladyship," said Belinda.