American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- In the Bible, a judge and prophet who aided the Israelites in their victory over the Canaanites.
- From Hebrew, meaning bee. (Wiktionary)
- Hebrew dəbôrâ, bee; see dbr1 in Semitic roots. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Because I'm allergic to honey but am not allergic to the sting, thank all things sacred I only get puffy at the sting spots, and not just because my name Deborah means bee.”
“She also writes romantic comedies with Deborah Mazoyer under the name Deborah Shelley.”
“Der Sheydim Tants was published in English under the title Deborah in 1946.”
“In addition to being immensely readable, Delinsky's latest is thought-provoking; readers will inevitably pause to consider what they would do if they found themselves in Deborah's situation.”
“Deborah is the assemblywoman for the 66th district in Manhattan.”
“Deborah is the smartest person I have ever known, and the fact that she will always be two steps ahead of your question before you've even asked it should not deter you from taking this class.”
“In a court filing in Deborah Jeane Palfrey's racketeering and money laundering case, her attorney argues Vitter and former Deputy Secretary of State Randall Tobias have not responded to subpoenas, and should be held in contempt of court.”
“Deborah is doing a one-woman small press collective thing, including bringing work from some other small presses.”
“I see the influence of To Kill a Mockingbird in Deborah Wiles's Each Little Bird That Sings, too, especially in the relationship between the two main kids, Comfort and Peach.”
“As a relative amateur with regard to blogging, I was intrigued to discover the term "sockpuppet" in Deborah Solomon's interview in the Sunday Times Magaine with Lee Siegel concerning his fall from grace at the New Republic for blogging under a false name and praising his own work and attacking his detractors.”
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