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Examples from the Web for ida
Anna / Ida traverses a realm over which a spell has been cast.
Ida is a mystery of sorts, tethered to a road journey in a bleak postwar Poland.
Undeterred, Wanda and Ida press on along a road of hostility and dissimulation that will lead to the harrowing end of their quest.
“In a way, Nathan and Ida mentor people to look at the city in new ways,” he says.A Most Illegal Adventure with New York City’s Wildest Underground Event Planners|Nina Strochlic|December 16, 2013|DAILY BEAST
So when Ida and Lily died a few years ago, Gus made no public display.A Eulogy for Gus, Central Park’s Polar Bear Man of Mystery|Malcolm Jones|August 30, 2013|DAILY BEAST
She also beheld Jove sitting upon the highest top of many-rilled Ida, and he was hateful to her soul.
“I did not do the damage, and I cannot see how you can ask me to pay,” faltered Ida Bartlett.Young Auctioneers|Edward Stratemeyer
You dont seem curious about your letter, Captain, smiled Ida, when she had glanced through two of her own.The Motor Boat Club in Florida|H. Irving Hancock
"After the divorce Ida came to me," she said, speaking more freely.Van Bibber and Others|Richard Harding Davis
There was silence for a minute or two, and then Ida spoke again.The Gold Trail|Harold Bindloss
British Dictionary definitions for ida (1 of 3)
noun Mount Ida
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Word Origin and History for ida
fem. proper name, from Medieval Latin, from Old High German Ida, perhaps related to Old Norse ið "work."