- n. A female given name.
- n. any of various plants of the genus Althaea; similar to but having smaller flowers than genus Alcea
- From Althaia or Althaea of Greek mythology, from Ancient Greek Ἀλθαία. (Wiktionary)
“I immediately plugged the name Althea Gooding into every search engine I could think of.”
“Cindy Crawford says that Althea is brave to try all that pleating (nice backhand, CC).”
“Althea is stressed out but makes time to tell the cameras that Gordana's dress "is not a last challenge dress.”
“Williams happy to join Althea Gibson in history books”
“No, no, you can never guess, for we called her Althea, after kind Mrs. Goodwin, who nursed me so tenderly, and Emily, for another lady we know" -- and she looked at me with her bright eyes, while an arch smile played over her face.”
“She’s passing off someone else’s work as her own and she said Althea is the copier????”
“Tank’s mom has a friend who works at Kenner Regional and, on Tuesday, she calls Althea’s to tell her that the Englishes’ neighborhood is flooded.”
“But Dell wouldn't go to the hospital, call Althea she screamed, call Cloud and Dox and Maxx, she didn't like Doctors.”
“The move will however have little impact on the ground as Germany currently has 120 soldiers taking part in the mission, known as Althea, currently numbering around 2,000 EUFOR troops from 25 countries including 20 EU members.”
“The EU has been hoping to wind down the mission -- dubbed Althea -- but the simmering political tensions has forced a rethink.”
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