- From Ancient Greek σοφία (sophia, "wisdom"). (Wiktionary)
“After watching sophia, Kay ` ce wanted to build a Fairy House So Sophia ` s Fairy ` s had a holiday destination to visit!.”
“I realized that the name Sophia in Greek means “wisdom.””
“I realized that I had the possibility to conduct an exploratory investigation testing whether some sort of spiritual being with the name Sophia was somehow connected to me.”
“Through sheer determination, I managed to focus my mind on the words in front of me, though every time I came across a reference to Sophia, the Greek word meaning “wisdom,” the figure of Mary would stir gently in the back of my mind.”
“Being an old maid, I do not know much about men and have never pretended to, but my cousin Sophia is very hard on them, although she married two of them, which you might think was a fair share.”
“I asked her in my mind what her name was, and what popped in was the name Sophia.”
“You had a surprising vision of a glowing white, angelic-like female and heard the name Sophia, which you initially presumed has nothing to do with angels.”
“Sophia is at odds with the heirs, and Jimmy fears for her safety.”
“Two minutes after that call, a San Diego car rental reservation record shows up in the Hertz database in the name of Sophia Stanhope.”
“Titans CLASH when Paul dukes it out with none other than Hercules in order to save the beautiful Sophia from the clutches of the godâ€ ™ s minions!”
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