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  • proper n. A female given name.


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Italian feminine diminutive form of Simone ( =Simon).


  • Lorenzo's brother Giuliano, who was assassinated later by the Pazzi, loved, very tenderly, a lady named Simonetta, reputed to be the most beautiful woman in all Florence; so great was her fame that she was quite generally spoken of as _la bella Simonetta_, and the artist

    Women of the Romance Countries

  • The names we have given these shadowy beautiful figures are but names, that Grace who looks so longingly and sadly at Hermes is but the loveliest among the lovely, though we call her Simonetta and him Giuliano.

    Florence and Northern Tuscany with Genoa With Sixteen Illustrations In Colour By William Parkinson And Sixteen Other Illustrations, Second Edition

  • Kebe and her team have stopped carrying the most expensive children's clothing lines, such as Simonetta, and are instead selling less-costly ones such as Eliane et Lena.

    GDP report: Economic growth slows with 2.4 percent rate in second quarter

  • "People recall facts that support their beliefs, and don't recall facts that contradict beliefs," says Leo Simonetta, a social psychologist and director of analytics for the Art & Science Group, a Baltimore-based education consultancy.

    Americans Stumble on Math of Big Issues

  • Simonetta LoganEdinburgh• How can Hugh Dutton Report, 23 May say that pylons lack poetry?

    Letters: Brighton early

  • While tall, Simonetta was extremely thin and wan, even weak.

    The Poet Prince

  • The funeral of Simonetta Cattaneo de Vespucci was an elaborate and somber occasion.

    The Poet Prince

  • When he was away, she was the absolute mistress of her own destiny, spending most of her time with Ginevra and Simonetta, and with the Master when he was in the city, pursuing the business of the Order.

    The Poet Prince

  • Itruly believe, with all my heart and soul, that Simonetta was the true incarnation of Venus.

    The Poet Prince

  • They did not want to make the same mistake they had with Simonetta, when nobody had the chance to say good-bye.

    The Poet Prince


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