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  • proper n. A female given name.


From Latin Paulina, feminine form of Paulinus, derivative of Paulus, from paulus ("small"). Name of a third century saint. (Wiktionary)


  • The Art of Pizza in Paulina is very good for a slice, and I grow increasingly fond Lou Manelli's (just a couple blocks down State street from Berghoff's) every time I go there.


  • One, Paulina, is fifty-two, the eldest by seventeen years.

    Women of God

  • “Oh yes, that is to say, Paulina — wasn’t her name Paulina?”

    The Road Leads On

  • I live in a huge loft with my roommate Amy and six pet doves in an old converted warehouse called the Paulina Building.

    The Memory Palace

  • This explanation recalled Paulina to a very painful sense of the critical importance which might be attached to the papers which she had lost.

    Memorials and Other Papers — Complete

  • The dress is called Paulina and definately requires you to have tit tape on hand * looks down* yep!

    Fashion World of SL

  • It is "Paulina," swaggering down the hill with a devil-may-care mien, her gun still over her shoulder, her hands in her pockets.

    When the Birds Begin to Sing

  • "Paulina," he said solemnly, but the contempt was gone from his voice, "you are henceforth no wife of mine; but my children I give into your care."

    The Foreigner A Tale of Saskatchewan

  • "Paulina," he said, "you have done well -- you are -- my wife again -- come near me."

    The Foreigner A Tale of Saskatchewan

  • Associated Press Jorge Posada with his wife, Laura, and their children, Paulina and Jorge.

    Posada's Farewell, Like His Play, Is Passionate

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