- a female given name: from a Germanic word meaning “flame” or “sword.”
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Contemporary Examples of brenda
Unlike Brenda's husband, Agatha's husband, Sammy, backs her career goals.
It has been ten years since Brenda made the decision to move, first to Holland, then Denmark.
But does John accept Brenda the wife and Brenda the professional after two full years of separation?
“There were a lot of conflicts in [our] relationship because of my dreams,” Brenda explains.
The look at Brenda Foster gave me was enough to scare any young child to death.The First Modern School Shooter Feels Responsible for the Rest
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Historical Examples of brenda
But Max and Brenda understand every word you say—any one can see that.
It was Brenda who suggested asking the advice of the Great Sloth.
This is indeed like home,' sighed Brenda, curling up on the air-cushions.
Max thought the same as Philip, and I am afraid Brenda agreed with them.
Brenda screamed faintly, but her scream was stifled at once.