[yoh-lan-duh; French yaw-lahnd]


a female given name.

Also Yo·lan·da [yoh-lan-duh, -lahn-] /yoʊˈlæn də, -ˈlɑn-/.
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Examples from the Web for yolande

Historical Examples of yolande

  • It was either that or talking to Yolande Manisty, and I hate her.

  • And withal, he laid the blue eagle on his lance at the feet of Yolande.

    Two Penniless Princesses

    Charlotte M. Yonge

  • He is come here to pay his court to Yolande, but she will none of him.

    Two Penniless Princesses

    Charlotte M. Yonge

  • Yolande of Aragon has deep-pink flowers, and is an abundant autumn bloomer.

    The Book of Roses

    Francis Parkman

  • Yolande exclaimed, trying to combine apology and self-defence.

    Sonia Married

    Stephen McKenna