- n. A female given name.
- From the word colleen, Irish cailín ("girl"), not used as a name in Ireland. Colleen can also be interpreted as a variant of Coleen, the former spelling being a product of marketing by the Hollywood film industry (to promote a new starlet in the 1920's). (Wiktionary)
“Colleen is full of ideas and other colleenified products will follow.”
“Colleen is thrilled with hers and hasstarted a blog that focuses on issues of people who don't fit the world of stuff.”
“Colleen is seriously taller than the ninety five percent male and too many things just don't fit.”
“Colleen is well over 6'7 in any kind of shoes and this lets her have excellent posture in the kitchen.”
“Colleen is quite a bit taller and hers is an important part of cooking.”
“Currently Colleen is a literary agent with FinePrint Literary Management.”
“I called Colleen and talked, she gave me a better brand of test and then I sat him down and told him.”
“Instead, Colleen is alive but the outlook is guarded and the other 3 have no lasting effects.”
“Colleen is not young either, she's in the neighborhood of 60 but in good shape and good health.”
“It was inscribed with the word Colleen carefully painted in a Gothic script, and a man in blue overalls was leaning against it.”
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