- a town in NE Louisiana.
- a female given name.
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Contemporary Examples of tallulah
He noted that he had three children—Willa, Tallulah, and Conner.
It was now that Tallulah began introducing herself at parties with the line, ‘I’m a lesbian.
As a result, Tallulah found herself hailed as one of the wits of Manhattan, and she worked hard to make sure the reputation stuck.
On the evening of January 6, 1923, Tallulah boarded the SS Majestic.
As for Tallulah, beneath her bravado she was utterly terrified.
Historical Examples of tallulah
The name has no connection with Tallulah (see Tălulŭ′), and can not be translated.
And I doubt if he would go any too well with Tallulah Bankhead.Right Ho, Jeeves
P. G. Wodehouse
They went on until the trail came to a large stream which he knew for Tallulah river.
He lives in a log-cabin, occupying the centre of a small valley, through which the Tallulah river winds its wayward course.Letters from the Alleghany Mountains
The roaring of the waters can be heard an incredible distance; and no wonder that the red men named it Tallulah—thunder river.The Scout and Ranger