- n. A female given name.
- Italian short form of Adelina, or a Latinate form of French Aline ( =Adeline), ultimately from the same Germanic name Adela, Adele. (Wiktionary)
“(Maybe it's just me, but it sure looked, in Alina's close-ups, that under her jowls the woman - well - she needs a shave!)”
“Brenda has amazing logic: Satan's Bride confessed to stealing their food, and Alina confessed to knowing about it, therefore Alina is bad and must go.”
“And then there was pretty-but-not-too-bright Chase lining up Alina as his next victim, rather than Dan, because Alina is strong.”
“Alina, that is such a wonderful, modern airport with such great restaurants, too, right?”
“Josh Powell was the sole person of interest in the disappearance of Susan, a label that Alina Powell said tore him apart, leading him to”
“Alina, that is an interview with Toa Fraser and it's on the MSN video site.”
“When students of the school and Parents protested against teaching 'sex education' and 'family planning' to immature minds of students, the management expelled students of Class 6 and 7 namely Alina Salman, Maheen Salman, Rabia Merchant and Aisha Merchant.”
“I had to restate what I did because I saw that "Alina" was promoting the idea that we created the Aldershot and Andrew Moro characters.”
“Back in June "Alina" (where did she go anyway?) had this to say:”
“Alina Bronsky is a pseudonym, so whoever is writing under that name has managed to craft a very good debut novel.”
‘Alina’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for Alina.