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Ursula

[ ur-suh-luh, urs-yoo- ]
/ ˈɜr sə lə, ˈɜrs yʊ- /
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noun
Saint, a legendary British princess who, with 11,000 virgins, is said to have been martyred by the Huns at Cologne.
a female given name: from a Latin word meaning “bear.”
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Ursula
/ (ˈɜːsjʊlə) /

noun
Saint. a legendary British princess of the fourth or fifth century ad, said to have been martyred together with 11 000 virgins by the Huns at Cologne. Feast day: Oct 21
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