- a female given name.
Also Le·o·nie [lee-uh-nee, lee-oh-nee] /ˈli ə ni, liˈoʊ ni/.
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Examples from the Web for leona
The $825 bottle of Leona tequila comes in a lovely wooden box, along with a python-skin flask.
Daniel Gross has a sip of Leona, a new $825-a-bottle offering.
Recent efforts at championing Leona Lewis' "Happy" single or a Kylie Minogue comeback have fallen on deaf ears, for instance.Has Perez Lost His Touch?
June 23, 2010
As the late Leona Helmsley might have said, immigration laws are for the little people.Stop the Democratic Suicide
February 17, 2009
Don Pablo remained at home with his wife and the little Leona.
Terrified, she seized Leona by the hand, and retreated inside.
Doña Isidora and the little Leona were occupied with some affair in the porch.
Leona was in the porch in front, busy among the vanilla-beans.
The second was a saddle mule, on which rode Doña Isidora and Leona.