Definitions

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  • proper noun A female given name, a less common variant of Amelia.

Etymologies

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Derived from Germanic compound names beginning with *amal, "vigor, bravery".

Examples

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  • Lanvin "Amalia python shoulder bag" all images can be found at net-a-porter. com

    Tailored Tuesdays

  • Amalia is usually on site and actually comes by to check on the food and the service.

    Carnitas, Houston style | Homesick Texan

  • She says of course, and the next day she comes down to the shop with a book called Amalia.

    Valfierno

  • She says of course, and the next day she comes down to the shop with a book called Amalia.

    Valfierno

  • This is only the latest outrage in a country that has one of the most restrictive abortion laws in the world. case concerns a 27-year-old woman known as Amalia (not her real name) who has cancer that is suspected to have spread to her brain, lungs and breasts.

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  • While never advocating terror explicitly, translators were discovering Arafat did acknowledge the need for "Amalia" during the day, ( "acts") implying civil disobedience to Israeli directives, while simultaneously (and rather coyly) stating matters "after nightfall" were an entirely distinct issue.

    Qanta Ahmed, MD: The Adventures of Itamar Marcus and the Hamas Bunny: Palestine at Play

  • Amongst the poets influenced by the Patria converted in Muse are José Mármol, author of one of the most widely read novels in Latin America - 'Amalia'.

    Miguel Angel Asturias - Nobel Lecture

  • "Amalia," he said, when she had ended, "you should be prime-minister --"

    Gallantry Dizain des Fetes Galantes

  • "Amalia," shouted Olivo, so loudly that the vaulted ceiling rang.

    Casanova's Homecoming

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