Word Origin and History for sophronia
fem. proper name, from Greek sophronia, from sophron (genitive sophronos) "discreet, prudent, sensible, having control over sensual desires, moderate, chaste," literally "of sound mind," from sos "safe, sound, whole" + phren "midriff, heart, mind" (see phreno-).
Examples from the Web for sophronia
Mr. Vivian has come, Sophronia, according to your directions.
Cautious, Sophronia, only cautious, for your and the children's sakes!
"I shall be glad to have a visit from you, Sophronia," he said.
I would give a farm, a good farm, to have seen Sophronia's face.
It took several crusts to satisfy Miss Sophronia at breakfast.