- n. A female given name.
- Equivalent of the biblical name Dinah in several European languages, ultimately from Hebrew. It can also be shortened from female names such as Claudina or Blandina. (Wiktionary)
“-- I take it Dina is back to life because she was killed as a result of Morgaine's magic.”
“Dina is an interior designer and an event planner.”
“Furthermore, Dina is a on the events committee board of Step-Up — a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to strengthening community resources for women and girls.”
“Consensus: Dina is 'not the most riveting public speaker' as one put it, though she seems likable enough and 'real' in one-on-one conversations.”
“Dina is now part of a trial for a new and as yet unlicensed drug here in the UK and therefore at the forefront of evidence-based medical research without which we go nowhere these days.”
“The Plot: Like her mother, ten-year-old Dina is a Shamer.”
“It's funny, because Dina is the one who's more social and more likely to flirt, but left to her own devices she has remained consistently faithful despite the fact that four people are in love with her ...”
“Dina is infuriating, messy, condescending, sexy, beautiful and … well, just about everything that doesn’t fit into his meticulously planned life.”
“With her background and expertise in event planning Dina is able to help organize and coordinate successful and exciting Step-Up Women’s Network events.”
“Ann and I wandered overseas again, and came back to find that Evan and Mary Vann had split, and Evan had found the delightful Dragica called Dina early on, until Evan decided people could handle Dragica's real name–and Ann and Dragica liked each other!”
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