- a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “star.”
Also Es·tel·la [ih-stel-uh] /ɪˈstɛl ə/.
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Examples from the Web for estelle
I went in and Robert Fox, Al Pacino, and Estelle Parsons were there, and I read with Jeremy Strong.Jessica Chastain and James McAvoy on 'Eleanor Rigby,' First Heartbreak, and Robin Williams
September 2, 2014
We've lost Estelle Getty, Bea Arthur, and Rue McClanahan, and someday, Betty White will be gone, too.Happy 25th Birthday, Golden Girls!
November 12, 2010
Chris Brown, British singer Estelle, Kelly Osbourne, and many other stars, took a trip down the runway.Fashion Week Heats Up
The Daily Beast
February 13, 2010
Estelle became a student of flowers, Cécile of birds, Camille of trees.The Cavalier
George Washington Cable
He married Sabine de Chouard, by whom he had one daughter, Estelle.A Zola Dictionary
J. G. Patterson
The attendant opened the door of the car, and Estelle, followed by her husband, got in.
"Yes, they'll do just as well," said Estelle, speaking to her husband.
But Estelle would not allow her thoughts to be diverted from her trunk.