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Contemporary Examples of bohemia
The truth is that bohemia and Buckingham Palace have never fitted together particularly well.Who Would Want To Be A Royal Princess? Not Cressida Bonas...
May 5, 2014
The whole point of a bohemia is that people congregate in a relatively well-defined area.Literary City: Jay McInerney’s New York
January 26, 2013
Historical Examples of bohemia
Who would not be a rhymesmith in Paris, in Bohemia, in the heart of youth!
I have existed in a magic Bohemia, largely of my own making.
"And bring with him a flask of holy water," added the knight of Bohemia.The White Company
Arthur Conan Doyle
They knew, through the comradeship of all Bohemia, exactly what she meant.Meadow Grass
Whereupon, they plunge again into the Unseen, and thence to Bohemia.The Book of Khalid
central European kingdom, mid-15c., Beeme, from Middle French Boheme "Bohemia," from Latin Boiohaemum (Tacitus), from Boii, the Celtic people who settled in what is now Bohemia (and were driven from it by the Germanic Marcomans early 1c.; singular Boius, fem. Boia, perhaps literally "warriors") + PIE *haimaz "home" (see home (n.)). Attested from 1861 in meaning "community of artists and social Bohemians" or in reference to the district where they live (see bohemian).