- n. A female given name.
- From patience, a virtue name first used by Puritans in the sixteenth century. (Wiktionary)
“My novel, Courage in Patience, is the story of a teenage girl's first steps into recovery from sexual abuse.”
“Now Guns and Roses "Patience" is running through my head.”
“Patience" is not one of the "signs," but the element IN which they were wrought: endurance of opposition which did not cause me to leave off working [Alford].”
“Patience is a form of continuous forgiveness, it offers the benefit of the doubt to ourselves, the people we care for, and the people we have trusted to lead us.”
“Patience is the ability to idle your motor, when y ou feel like stripping your gears.”
“Patience is a discipline that must be practiced ... long before you need it.”
“Patience is most certainly not a virtue and neither is being polite. mbecker908”
“Patience is a virtue for all those affected by adversity, whether economic, military or otherwise.”
“First off, Patience is a girl I knew in high school Second it has been 30 plus hours since I asked you about trueness of purpose which you say is second nature to an average conservative.”
“CNN Political Ticker: All politics, all the time Blog Archive - Reid spox: ‘Patience is not unlimited’ « - Blogs from CNN. com”
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