Definitions

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  • proper n. A female given name.

Etymologies

20th century variant of Charmian, or coinage from the noun charm with the -aine ending as in Elaine and Germaine. (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • If that were not enough, the Charmaine is Canada's most-capped player and leading all-time scorer.

    Has a butcher, baker or candlestick maker ever become a football manager?

  • The two victims were identified as Charmaine Rattray and her 19-year-old daughter Joyette Lynch.

    NEWS.com.au | Top Stories

  • Cwele and Nabolisa face charges of dealing or conspiring to deal in drugs; procuring a woman called Charmaine Moss to collect drugs in Turkey; and procuring another woman, Tessa Beetge, to smuggle 9kg of cocaine from South America.

    Mail & Guardian Online

  • Cwele and Nabolisa face charges of dealing or conspiring to deal in drugs; procuring a woman called Charmaine Moss to collect drugs in Turkey; and procuring another woman, Tessa Beetge, to smuggle nine kilograms of cocaine from South America.

    iac world news feed

  • Cwele, who was granted R100 000 bail last Friday, and Nabolisa face charges of dealing or conspiring to deal in drugs; procuring a woman called Charmaine Moss to collect drugs in Turkey; and procuring another woman, Tessa Beetge, to smuggle nine kilograms of cocaine from South America.

    News24 Top Stories

  • These are dealing or conspiring to deal in drugs, procuring a woman called Charmaine Moss to collect drugs in Turkey and another, Tessa Beetge, to smuggle 9kg of cocaine.

    News24 Top Stories

  • These are dealing or conspiring to deal in drugs, procuring a woman called Charmaine Moss to collect drugs in Turkey and another, Tessa Beetge, to smuggle nine kilograms of cocaine.

    IOL: News

  • As for the offender, such as Charmaine, only when we confront the drivers behind crime, recognise the help she needs and offer her real rehabilitation can she genuinely begin to understand the consequences of her action on her, her loved ones and her victim.

    Apologising to victims will not reduce reoffending rates

  • Bob, there's no evidence yet that "Charmaine" is a reporter.

    november 2, 2004: my last day of hope for the u.s.

  • When Nurse Ratched puts a syrupy, soporific version of "Charmaine" on the record player for the ritual of dispensing the psychotropic drugs, what we feel is in counterpoint to the music.

    Archive 2006-12-01

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