- n. A surname that traces back to 1200's in France. Idoines now live around the world in New Zealand, England, Canada, America, France and the United Kingdom.
“Idoine," said he, "I have that heart still; it is unhappy, but unstained.”
“Anglo-Norman author, _Amadas et Idoine_, of which we only possess a continental version, is to be added.”
“[11.45] Amadas et Idoine, an anonymous Norman French poem of the twelfth century.”
“Albano joined his sister Julienne, and they betook themselves with Idoine and Rabette to the church.”
“Idoine, who devoted herself to the idyllic happiness of her peasantry in the Arcadian village that it was her whim to rule.”
“Idoine trembled as she heard him; but she entered, clothed in white, the image of the dead Liana.”
“Idoine, I know that you once gave me peace, and here”
“Idoine, after a few swift steps, passed out of his sight.”
“Then Idoine hid herself quickly and passionately in Julienne's bosom, and said, scarcely audibly, "Julienne, if Albano rightly knows me, then be my sister!”
“Here Idoine unconsciously looked at him with inexpressible love, and his eyes met hers.”
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