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Silvia

[ sil-vee-uh ]

noun

  1. a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “forest.”


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When the telephone rang for the first time, Silvia wondered what to do.

Silvia is planning on leaving the business in two to three years.

Silvia Coronica, the third officer, gave evidence in Grosseto on Monday in the ongoing investigation.

My sister Silvia, on emerging from her schoolhouse, witnessed the whole affair, and came home thoroughly terrified.

Ornatus-Silvia is banished: and all sorts of adventures and disguises follow, entirely in the Greek style.

I saw you play Silvia, madam; I was so charmed, that I came every night.

Then you are equally bound to crush all, who refuse to acknowledge the love passages of Mars and Rhea Silvia as facts!

So there was great anger when Rhea Silvia became the mother of twin boys, and, moreover, said that her husband was the god Mars.

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