[ roh-zuh-lee, roz-uh- ]


  1. a female given name: from a Latin word meaning rose festival.

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Example Sentences

At the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Front Royal, Virginia, cheetah cubs licked their mom, Rosalie, as they sheltered inside.

The couple drove to the hospital every day to visit their children, until just before Christmas, when they were given the go-ahead to bring Rosalie home.

Two minutes later, his younger sister, Rosalie, arrived, weighing 2 pounds, 7 ounces.

"I think everybody thinks she's changed Ted," said Rosalie Blair, the eye surgeon in Washington who introduced them.

Miss Rosalie Parks, his high school Latin teacher, was there, too.

Miss Rosalie Parks had been his Latin teacher in high school.

They have taught it tricks and Rosalie invited me over to see it.

He said irrelevantly to their talk at that point, "I suppose you know Rosalie believes in that ghost of yours?"

He did not know what he should replace it all with, but Rosalie would know, in the event of not being able to live without him.