American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- LakeLouise A lake of southwest Alberta, Canada, in the Rocky Mountains near Banff. Surrounded by high peaks and glaciers, it is noted for its scenic beauty.
- n. A female given name.
- From French Louise, the feminine form of Louis. (Wiktionary)
“Ms. MARIA ROSARIO LOUISE: (Spanish spoken) DEL BARCO: I'm scared the walls might fall on her as she gives birth, says Louise.”
“Without a word Louise handed me a bottle of creamy sun tan lotion.”
“At the first mention of the title Louise was sure she had seen it on their own library table at home, and remembered hearing her father and uncle discuss it.”
“Louise Mensch, the Tory MP who writes bestselling chick lit novels under the name Louise Bagshawe, also sits on the committee.”
“Anna Louise is an editor, but concentrates mainly on TV in the post.”
“We sit in Louise's web, a wonderfully tatty parlor, watching the paint peel, waiting nervously.”
“The finding of this research is imp+negative about abortion but of a certain Louise Brinton who had a change of opinion.”
“When Aunt Caro visited, she called her Louise, the name of her maid, and handed her things that needed to be mended.”
“But Louise is always good for a slightly off-course comparison — this one probably derived from the fact that Lenin did like Beethoven.”
“Murderati on January 22, 2008 in Louise Ure | Permalink”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Louise’.
This started on Facebook, until yarb suggested an open list. Have at!
A caveat: There are other lists containing names we DON'T want to use. In case your twisted mind is bent that way,...
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