- a female given name: from an Italian word meaning “white.”
Examples from the Web for bianca
Contemporary Examples of bianca
Courtney stands in stark contrast to Bianca Del Rio, whose crown it is to lose.
In short, Bianca Del Rio is exemplifying what only one show has dared to ask of its contestants.
As one story goes, Bianca Jagger, impressed, once made a plaster cast of Mara's posterior.The Stacks: Harold Conrad Was Many Things, But He Was Never, Ever Dull
March 8, 2014
As I was taking off my boots, Bianca came breathlessly into my room.My Attack of Model Jealousy
February 9, 2014
By listening in on their conversation, we get to know the narrator, Asa Baker-Rouse, and the filmmaker, Bianca Giaever.Vimeo Presents: The Top 10 Videos of 2013
December 20, 2013
Historical Examples of bianca
Galeotto ate enormously, Cavalcanti daintily, I but little, and Bianca nothing.
Then his eyes turned to Bianca, and his expression softened.
It is not he who has dared to raise his eyes as you suppose to Bianca.
I am her father, and my little Bianca is a book in which I have studied deeply.
Suddenly a great voice, and I knew it for the voice of Bianca, called me by name.