- a female given name, form of Helen.
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Examples from the Web for helene
“Had champagne that night,” Helene recalled to Haygood during their interview, as her husband grinned.
In the Washington Post article, Eugene and Helene talk about praying for Obama to win the White House.
Helene feels caught in a terrible dilemma: to choose between the man she loves and preserving herself.Libya: Former Exiles Chafe Over Surge of Salafism
September 23, 2012
Helene Zuber at Der Spiegel Online says the latest revelations could not come at a worse time.It's Not Good to Be the King
May 18, 2012
Helene began her career in the art world working for Louis Meisel at his fine art gallery in Soho.For Helene
July 2, 2010
After all Helene was a child with a child's will, broken by the first obstacle.
Helene herself, with her weak will, would be unable to outface her family.
The Will he had breathed into Helene had been exhausted in the one supreme effort of her life.
What would his friends say if he involved Helene in the scandal of an elopement?
Helene returned to her hotel, thrilling with pleasure and happy auguries.