Danielle

[dan-yel]
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Examples from the Web for danielle

Contemporary Examples of danielle

Historical Examples of danielle

  • Jeanne put her hat and coat on now, as Danielle romped in, talking at the top of her voice.

    Rough-Hewn

    Dorothy Canfield

  • I gather the Commission has Mr. Danielle's interview with Mr. Castro on the subject.

    Warren Commission (5 of 26): Hearings Vol. V (of 15)

    The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy

  • Suppose she had grown very stout—or were gawkily thin like his sister Danielle, or bold and forward, or dull.

    Rough-Hewn

    Dorothy Canfield


Word Origin and History for danielle

Danielle

fem. proper name, from Daniel. In U.S., little used before c.1940, and in top 20 for girls born from 1984-1994.

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper