Empress Marie Joséphine Rose Tascher de la Pagerie. Beauharnais, Joséphine de.
a female given name: derived from Joseph.
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How to use Josephine in a sentence
Bruce and his wife, Josephine, named their firstborn son after him.The senator who said no to a seat on the Supreme Court — twice | Robert Mitchell | February 27, 2022 | Washington Post
Last summer my daughter, Josephine, and I visited a zoo that houses two wolves, both of which were born in captivity.Wolves Are Still the Bad Guys in Children’s Media. Let’s Change That. | lwhelan | December 29, 2021 | Outside Online
Each night, as smoke crept through the cracks of our home, I cradled Josephine’s tiny body and worried about her developing lungs.
Manish Arora's spring/ summer 2014 collection, which showed in Paris on Thursday, was inspired by "Josephine Baker goes raving."Paris's Craziest Show Yet: Manish Arora Spring/ Summer 2014 | Liza Foreman | September 26, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The Daily Pic: Josephine Meckseper plucks her art from our commodity culture.
She sounds grateful for his suggestion that she use milk and apple juice as eye drops for their old English bulldog, Josephine.Alla Bout, ‘Merchant of Death’ Viktor Bout’s Wife, Fights to Free Him | Anna Nemtsova | September 29, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The artist Josephine King creates striking paintings inspired by her manic depression.
Josephine was nowhere to be found, so I stepped up, along with my cousins Fernon and Napah.
Especially was this so at the poverty-stricken end, as Josephine Morse called her section of the street.
And you, Josephine, write for him; for they will depend upon his judgment in the choice of the acting qualities of the piece.
She started to her feet and turned her gaze upon the part of the room in which Josephine 92 Morse sat.
No attention was paid to her; and in the midst of the lively conversation, she seized an opportunity to speak aside to Josephine.Alone | Marion Harland
Mr. Purcell never noticed her out of the recitation room—Mr. Read was more lofty—Josephine more contemptuous than ever.Alone | Marion Harland
British Dictionary definitions for Josephine
Empress, previous name Joséphine de Beauharnais; real name Marie Joséphine Tascher de la Pagerie. 1763–1814, empress of France as wife of Napoleon Bonaparte (1796–1809)
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