Juana

[ wah-nuh; Spanish hwah-nah ]

noun
  1. a female given name.

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How to use Juana in a sentence

  • He was the image of Juana, who secretly petted him extravagantly, although she pretended to like her younger son the better.

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  • Juana comprehended this reproach, and by her advice Diard sent back to Tarragona all the pictures he had brought from there.

    Juana | Honore de Balzac
  • Juana's feminine perception and her keen eye hovering over her salons, brought her nothing but pain.

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  • Juana, too late aware of our laws and habits and administrative customs, did not enlighten her husband soon enough.

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