Definitions

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  • proper noun A female given name, feminine form of Edwin.

Etymologies

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Female form of Edwin from Old English.

Examples

  • As a candidate for First Minister in these times of economic financial turmoil, Edwina is clearly too overqualified for the job.

    Andrew backs Edwina

  • As a candidate for First Minister in these times of economic financial turmoil, Edwina is clearly too overqualified for the job.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • However, in Edwina's case, following her disastrous stint as a minister, turning a Tory safe into a Labour safe, her splendid 1994 MEP campaign, then she might be better facing the reality that maybe she gets rejected because she ain't got any talent.

    Edwina Hits a Brick Wall

  • The baby was a boy, -- fortunately, for I don't admire the name Edwina, and I shouldn't have liked to handicap a child with it.

    The Plum Tree

  • Far more important surely is whether Edwina is any good at making comparisons between Plaid Cymru members and Nazi propagandists.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • Sadly, in this all-important area Edwina has been a complete failure.

    Andrew backs Edwina

  • Far more important surely is whether Edwina is any good at making comparisons between Plaid Cymru members and Nazi propagandists.

    Andrew backs Edwina

  • Sadly, in this all-important area Edwina has been a complete failure.

    Archive 2009-09-01

  • The woman called Edwina looks about twenty at the most, and is rake thin.

    Old Magic

  • The woman called Edwina looks about twenty at the most, and is rake thin.

    Old Magic

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