- a female given name.
- of or relating to the apostle Paul or to his doctrines or writings.
Origin of Pauline2
Examples from the Web for pauline
In the meantime, who better to convey the film's appeal than Pauline Kael, the fabulous longtime New Yorker movie critic.The Stacks: Pauline Kael's Talking Heads Obsession
November 22, 2014
Wilson explained that, unlike some of the other forms of early religion, Pauline Christianity had been based on purity.Is ‘The Lost Gospel’ Book a Fraud?
November 12, 2014
As his business grew, so did their family—with the birth of Morris in 1896 and Pauline, two years later.‘The Harness Maker’s Dream:’ The Unlikely Ranch King of Texas
September 20, 2014
Runner-Up: Pauline Etienne, Eden I could not take my eyes off this immensely talented Belgian actress.Oscar Season Kicks Off in Toronto: Channing Tatum, Kristen Stewart, and More Court Awards Glory
September 14, 2014
Over at The Stacks, I excerpted a series of reviews by Pauline Kael, an early admirer of his movie acting.The Stacks: Robin Williams, More Than A Shtick Figure
August 16, 2014
"Poor Napoleon," said Pauline pityingly, as their father closed the door.The Boy Life of Napoleon
Pauline was as cold and calm as Sophie was charming talkative, and noisy.My Double Life
What a fool he is with his idea of Pauline being a little bourgeoise!The Three Cities Trilogy, Complete
He was attentive and respectful to them, affectionate to Pauline.
"And Pauline is right, my dear," replied Mr. Grey, with deep emotion.
- relating to Saint Paul or to his doctrines
Word Origin and History for pauline
fem. proper name, fem. of Paul.
"pertaining to the apostle Paul," 1817, from Latin Paulinus, from Paulus (see Paul).