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Contemporary Examples of genevieve
In December 1983, Obama began dating a young woman named Genevieve Cook.David Maraniss’s ‘Barack Obama: The Story’ Excerpted in Vanity Fair: Juiciest Bits
May 2, 2012
Historical Examples of genevieve
I would like to exchange pressed flowers with Genevieve of California.
I would like to exchange some of these pressed with Genevieve, or any other little girl.
Genevieve has been telling me how you faced a lion with only a bow and arrow.
“Oh––measure up and then down, to see which way is longest,” said Genevieve.
“That shock, and being picked up by Chuckie,” agreed Genevieve.
fem. proper name, from French Geneviève, from Late Latin Genovefa, probably of Celtic origin.