Saint, a.d. 422–512, French nun: patron saint of Paris.
a female given name.
- Also Gene·viève [French zhuhnuh-vyev]. /French ʒənəˈvyɛv/.
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How to use Genevieve in a sentence
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"I—I don't want you to," wailed Genevieve, dabbing her eyes with her handkerchief.
Genevieve gave her a reproachful glance, but in a moment she suggested that perhaps they had better go.
You're leaving Boston when you cross those bridges, Genevieve Hartley, and you know it.
"I think Genevieve is going to be a suffragette," observed Tilly, cheerfully, as they trooped into the hotel together.
British Dictionary definitions for Geneviève
Saint. ?422–?512 ad, French nun; patron saint of Paris. Feast day: Jan 3
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