Definition for personae (2 of 2)
noun, plural per·so·nae [per-soh-nee] /pərˈsoʊ ni/, per·so·nas.
Origin of persona
Examples from the Web for personae
Glover seems to be combining his personae, and the response has been positive.
But his personae kept evolving, infuriating listeners who wanted him to be the model from three years earlier.
Its personae are the men and women who constantly appear and reappear throughout this cycle.The Mediaeval Mind (Volume I of II)|Henry Osborn Taylor
Certain of the poems in "Lustra" have offended admirers of the verse of the "Personae" period.
"Personae," the first book published in London, followed early in 1909.
Personae, Thirteenth edition, the twelfth having appeared in 1634.
"Personae" and "Exultations" show his talent for turning his studies to account.