- n. A female given name.
- From Spanish Juanita, from Juana ("Jane"), comparable to English Janet. (Wiktionary)
“Flip through any AWP-endorsed book (or Best American, even) and count the number of bland, insipid tales that wouldn't exist if characters didn't mention exotic spicy foods of the homeland or say things in italics like * My tia Juanita is always giving me a hard time about tacos.”
“Juanita is trying to figure out where she went wrong, realizing that Día de Los Muertos should top up her bank balance, just like the Christmas season, the summertime festival weeks known as Guelaguetza, and Easter.”
“Time and again Juanita asks herself, "Am I paying my staff too much?”
“She forgives them, mostly because she wasn't so fond of her mother-in-law and Juanita is going to be OK, but she warns them to "learn to swerve.”
“Meanwhile, a cleanshaven Carlos finds out from his golfing buddy who works at the hospital that Juanita is the Wisteria kid who was switched at birth.”
“Juanita is a grandly planned urban village and will continue to be more grand over time.”
“Ginny paused and said Juanita is from Nicaragua, and the giant's name is Ronaldo.”
“Juanita comes from a family of thirteen children in nearby Colima.”
“It was given in Juanita's deep breathed "Thank the Lord!”
“But the loving strength of it won Daisy's heart; and when the prayer was finished she came close to the old woman and threw her arms round her as she stood, and wept with her face hid in Juanita's dress.”
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