- n. A female given name.
- From the Ancient Greek epithet of the goddess Artemis, referring to her birth on the island of Delos. (Wiktionary)
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“She tied the last box with string and wrote the name Delia Flowers along the side, then placed it in the wheelbarrow.”
“I do hold the word Delia balanced lightly on my tongue, as if it is made up of butterflies.”
““Underground” was the term Delia’s children used to describe her single-minded drive to write.”
“The fairy changeling in Delia Sherman's The Changeling seemed Asperger-ish to me.”
“Delia is the author of numerous short works of fantastical/historical/folkloric fiction, including Nebula-nominated “Walpurgis Afternoon” and “The Fiddler of Bayou Teche,” of three fantasy novels for adults and two for children.”
“Of Alexander and his 'brazen wife', as she called Delia, there was little to talk about.”
“It would appear that Delia is having a great time at Space Camp.”
“Peg Kerr's daughter Delia is on her way to Space Camp, and she says, "Thanks!" ... to everyone who helped her raise the dough to do it.”
“When Ruthann commits suicide, Delia is there to witness it.”
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The names of cows from literature, your little acre of heaven, your memory, or otherwise.
I am particularly fond of those in my memory that ended in "ie", such as Bossie and Bessie.
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