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Pauline

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[ paw-leen ]
/ pɔˈlin /
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noun
a female given name.
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Other definitions for Pauline (2 of 2)

Pauline2
[ paw-lahyn, -leen ]
/ ˈpɔ laɪn, -lin /

adjective
of or relating to the apostle Paul or to his doctrines or writings.

Origin of Pauline

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From the Medieval Latin word Paulīnus, dating back to 1325–75. See Paul (def. 1), -ine1
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British Dictionary definitions for Pauline

Pauline
/ (ˈpɔːlaɪn) /

adjective
relating to Saint Paul or to his doctrines
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