- n. A female given name.
- Anglicized form of Irish Eibhlín, Eilín or Aibhilín, all cognates of Evelyn. Sometimes also used for the Irish name Éibhleann, possibly from óiph "radiance, beauty". (Wiktionary)
“She said she opened one of the books and saw the name Eileen Adams written inside.”
“A kitchen towel hangs from her shoulder and she wipes off her fingers, damp from peeled potatoes, dishwashing liquid, diced onions, scented from mothballed blankets, soil from the window boxes-Eileen is a woman who touches everything, tastes all, digs in.”
“Eileen is a visual journalist who creates graphic renderings of conversations in real time.”
“Half an hour before we were to start, I called Eileen Clancy McClintock on her cell phone and asked where Dad was.”
“Eileen is a courageous woman to stand up to these right wingers and deserves all of our support.”
“Eileen is upset and may not come to the conference.”
“As to your points, if Eileen is being excluded, can we please see some evidence?”
“My Sister Eileen is a 1955 movie, a musical remake starring Betty Garrett, Janet Leigh, and a very young Bob Fosse (first, it was a non-musical with Rosalind Russell and Janet Blair).”
“Warning, Jay – Eileen is normally very reasonable.”
“Eileen, is ‘The disaster zone is the size of Britain’?”
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