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Edwina

[ ed-wee-nuh, -win-uh ]
/ ɛdˈwi nə, -ˈwɪn ə /
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noun
a female given name: derived from Edwin.
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How to use Edwina in a sentence

  • The Palmer received the boon with another low reverence, and followed Edwina out of the apartment.

    Ivanhoe|Walter Scott
  • Edwina was played by Mrs. Kean, who was applauded to her heart's content.

  • In the long imaginary conversations which he held with her he addressed her as Julia or Edwina.

    Angel Island|Inez Haynes Gillmore
  • The baby was a boy,—fortunately, for I don't admire the name Edwina, and I shouldn't have liked to handicap a child with it.

    The Plum Tree|David Graham Phillips
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