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  • proper n. A female given name, rare in English after Middle Ages.

Etymologies

Latin Petronella, feminine diminutive of Petronius, a Roman family name possibly derived from petra "rock". Name of an obscure early saint; because of similarity of sound, used as a feminine form of Peter. (Wiktionary)

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