- n. A female given name of Swedish origin, occasionally used since the twentieth century.
“Linnea is one of many worlds that are accessible via gateways.”
“Now I'm off to paint a clump of violets I dug up in the back yard surrounded by a few rocks and maybe my little cloth doll of "Linnea" - why not?”
“I have also been telling Linnea a lot of stories about a little girl called Linnea and a little boy called Dylan.”
“While I was in Tescos today I had a moment of sadness, as I do several times an hour, and I looked up to look at Linnea, which is how I usually treat moments of sadness, and she wasn't there.”
“Rubenesque has a separate area for new designer merchandise called Linnea's Room.”
“She missed it by I don't know how much - I screamed "Linnea" and she ran away from me, thank god, into the main part of the shop, and the door slammed behind her.”
“The programme, Uppdrag Granskning, detailed a case in which a 14-year-old girl, 'Linnea', was raped in a school toilet by a 15-year-old boy, 'Oscar'.”
“I recalled Linnea’s account of her previous meeting with Greg.”
“Linnea Gillman of Denver ate it once by accident, thinking it was an edible "Shaggy Parasol" mushroom, and she said it tasted great.”
“Christopher Churchill for The Wall Street Journal Linnea Duff took crizotinib in a clinical trial to help treat her lung cancer.”
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