Wilhelmina

[wil-uh-mee-nuh, wil-hel-; Dutch vil-hel-mee-nah]

Wilhelmina I

noun
  1. Wilhelmina Helena Pauline Maria of Orange-Nassau, 1880–1962, queen of the Netherlands 1890–1948 (mother of Juliana).
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Contemporary Examples of wilhelmina

  • “At the end of the day, the coverage area is just greater,” Luke Simone, an agent for Wilhelmina, told The Daily Beast.

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    Justin Jones

    August 15, 2014

  • After looking through his pictures and his videos,” Simone said, “I knew that he would be a great fit with Wilhelmina.

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    Justin Jones

    August 15, 2014

  • So welcome back, Edna and Ethel; come on down, Gertrude and Percy; walk right in, Wilhelmina and Wolfgang.

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  • She took over from her mother, Juliana, who took the place of Queen Wilhelmina.

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    January 28, 2013

Historical Examples of wilhelmina

  • The way he looked at it was that he had been all wrong about Wilhelmina Bennett.

    The Girl on the Boat

    Pelham Grenville Wodehouse

  • Wilhelmina sighed deeply as she dropped on the step beside the three.

    Mary's Rainbow

    Mary Edward Feehan

  • At the end of a half hour, Wilhelmina again went to the window.

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    Mary Edward Feehan

  • "And I want them to see what dear little sisters Mary has," laughed Wilhelmina.

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    Mary Edward Feehan

  • There he met and married his first wife, Wilhelmina (or Minna) Planer.


British Dictionary definitions for wilhelmina

Wilhelmina I

noun
  1. 1880–1962, queen of the Netherlands from 1890 until her abdication (1948) in favour of her daughter Juliana
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