- An·na [ah-nuh] /ˈɑ nə/, 1885–1931, Russian ballet dancer.
Examples from the Web for pavlova
Contemporary Examples of pavlova
But for something a little fancier, a Pavlova is the best choice.What to Eat: Passover
March 23, 2010
Historical Examples of pavlova
I had seen it already, when I thought she moved like Pavlova.The La Chance Mine Mystery
Susan Carleton Jones
Nijinsky, in the years when Pavlova was still in the ballet, was allowed to have talent.The Russian Ballet
Pavlova was killed and we made a very acceptable soup from her bones.
The dogs were soon lost to sight, except Pavlova, who remained with us all the time.
I exclaimed, with the greatest pride, for Bess Rutherford has nothing to envy Pavlova about.The Golden Bird
Maria Thompson Daviess
- a meringue cake topped with whipped cream and fruit
Word Origin for pavlova
- Anna (ˈannə). 1885–1931, Russian ballerina