- n. A female given name.
- From Hebrew meaning "pleasure" or "delight"; a variant of Eden in the apocryphal Book of Tobit. In Ireland and Scotland it has been used as an anglicization of Goidelic Eithne. (Wiktionary)
“If you were in Edna and Prakash's place, how would you feel about Frank's interest in Ramesh?”
“Now I'm remembering hot spring days in Edna picking dewberries on my grandma's land and then helping her make dewberry jelly and cobbbler.”
“There's a feeling of abundance and deep appreciation for what they have that is beautifully conveyed in Edna Lewis's writing.”
“Although Edna is my first and holds a special place in my heart, I do plan to cheat on her many times over and hopefully will flirt with SS Hilyada (thousand) before I leave.”
““Did you know a woman by the name of Edna Wilcox?””
“Edna is a world-famous, fantastically-wealthy fashion designer who created the original superhero leotards, and boy is she a hoot.”
“Tom, and he called her Edna, though in this particular respect Tom was not privileged more than any of the other fellows.”
“Steepletop" was the name Edna (or "Vincent" as she was known to friends and family) gave to this Berkshires-area property when she and her husband Eugen Boissevain bought it in 1925.”
“And I recall Edna breaking the story about massive salary increases for the Party Whips sometime last year.”
“It's a trucker diner called Edna's which is very cheap and has very good food.”
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