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My way of relating to the Magdalene isn't the officially correct one, either.
Mary Magdalene's U.S. Visit Nov. 10 - 17, the Magdalene relics will revisit the New York metro area.
I don't agree with feminists who want to clean up the Magdalene's past.
The church of La Madeleine has a crucifix with a weeping Magdalene at its foot.Ecclesiastical Curiosities|Various
This event took place in 1573, and in 1574 his wife gave birth to his daughter Magdalene.
Magdalene and S. Catherines were the smallest with 49 and 32 respectively.Cambridge|Mildred Anna Rosalie Tuker
A breach occurred in the river bank near Magdalene, and occasioned the loss of much live stock and farm property.Norfolk Annals|Charles Mackie
This is what I have wanted to know: had Magdalene forgiven me?Not Like Other Girls|Rosa N. Carey
fem. proper name, from Latin (Maria) Magdalena, from Greek Magdalene, literally "woman of Magdala," from Aramaic Maghdela, place on the Sea of Galilee, literally "tower." The vernacular form of the name, via French, has come to English as maudlin.