Word Origin and History for wilhelmine
1931, "pertaining to the reign of Wilhelm II," emperor of Germany 1888-1918, from German Wilhelm (see William).
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper
Examples from the Web for wilhelmine
Wilhelmine looked at her lover with the eyes of an astonished child.
A peremptory order from de Naarboveck had caused Wilhelmine to descend.
Wilhelmine's statements were impressing de Loubersac less and less favourably.
This mother was as unpleasant to behold as her son was the contrary, thought Wilhelmine.
De Loubersac did not speak: mechanically he fitted his step to Wilhelmine's.