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  • proper noun A female given name in Egyptian meaning "Born into Power".

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Examples

  • And I also suspect it wouldn't have had that problem if Zalika had been Zalik.

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  • And I also suspect it wouldn't have had that problem if Zalika had been Zalik.

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  • Zalika bent over him and although they were alone, her voice sank into a whisper.

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  • In the meantime the suit for divorce had been begun, and a decree obtained; Zalika made no contest, nor did she venture to approach her husband again.

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  • Now a slender figure came in view, scarcely recognizable in the gathering darkness, and Zalika flew to meet her son, who, in the next minute lay in her arms.

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  • Zalika stepped back, and in an instant all tenderness had died out of her eyes, and in its place was a wild, deadly hate, as the answer came like a hiss from between her set lips.

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  • "Come with me, my son," Zalika begged, in those dulcet tones which were hers, as well as her son's.

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  • "When you have made a great, proud name and future for yourself then you can stand before him and ask him whether he despises you or not," Zalika had said to her son on that memorable night when he had protested against breaking his word to his father.

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  • "You are crying!" said Zalika holding her son fast in her arms.

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  • Since the first day on which Willibald had surprised them both, and they had been forced to take him into their confidence, Zalika had chosen a late hour in the afternoon, and a lonely place in the wood for her meetings with her son.

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