- a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “patrician.”
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Contemporary Examples of patricia
Patricia Clarkson gets to show off both as the woman who becomes fascinated with the erudite monster.Fall Broadway Preview: 'This Is Our Youth,' Bradley Cooper as ‘The Elephant Man,' and More
September 11, 2014
Peterson credits his wife, Patricia, whom he married in 1954, with jump-starting his career.Gosta Peterson's Bohemian Rhapsody: Unpacking a Photographer's '60s Secrets
September 10, 2014
[Laughs] I was speaking recently to Patricia Arquette about her epic fight with Gandolfini in True Romance.David Chase on Tony Soprano’s Fate, the State of TV, and Why He Couldn’t Finish ‘True Detective’
September 4, 2014
At Dryden, John finds a sweetheart, classmate Patricia McGory.The Stacks: The Searing Story of How Murder Stalked a Tiny New York Town
E. Jean Carroll
April 19, 2014
Nor was it the author of the study, Dr. Patricia E. Molina, who had them laughing.Weed Could Block H.I.V.’s Spread. No, Seriously.
February 15, 2014
Historical Examples of patricia
“Yes, I went to carry my cousin home,” retorted Patricia roguishly.
Then she was seated beside Patricia, and they were gliding along the road.
Patricia was first at the dictionary, and turned quickly to the word.
You say that Patricia gave you the money when you came away?
She had been blaming Patricia for neglect, but now she silently begged her pardon.
Word Origin and History for patricia
fem. proper name, from Latin, fem. of patricius "patrician, noble" (see Patrick).