[ ed-uh ]
/ ˈɛd ə /
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a female given name.
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How to use Eda in a sentence
It was a 1993 campaign biography of the Czech dissident-turned-president Václav Havel, by Eda Kriseová.Caleb Crain: How I Write|Caleb Crain|July 31, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The little gal—Eda, we call her—began to pick right up on that milk, and now she's as peart as any child you ever saw.The Blue and The Gray|A. R. White
Eda, of course, was the aggressor; she was irresistibly drawn, she would not be repulsed.
It was the craving in her for romance Janet assuaged; Eda's was the love content to pour out, that demands little.
Sometimes she wandered, alone or with Eda, through the various quarters of the city.
Presently Eda Rawle arrived, and noticing her preoccupation, inquired what was the matter.