Leona

[lee-oh-nuh]
Also Le·o·nie [lee-uh-nee, lee-oh-nee] /ˈli ə ni, liˈoʊ ni/.
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  • 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.