or Oo·nagh

[ oo-nuh ]


  1. a female given name.

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At first, he shares the discovery only with Oona, his old friend turned new lover, but soon the whole town starts to transition.

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Among other projects, she’s created a miniature book, Oona’s Dollhouse Adventure, starring a felt mouse.

Bruce Ackerman and Oona Hathaway are professors of law at Yale and the University of California Berkeley, respectively.

Fascinated, Oona's eyes followed the two contrasting men as their paths criss-crossed like guards before some palace gate.

Oona said, "you would be very tired before you got there; chances are that your feet wouldn't carry you that far."

Oona; she was that other white spot on Lee's mental map and to him it was much bigger and more dangerous than the first.

He had seen Oona on and off over these last months, mostly at the hotel, but he had never been really alone with her.

What worried him was a very different problem: Was Oona really all those others thought she was?