Alexandrina



a female given name, form of .
Historical Examples

When they reached their house Alexandrina had a headache, and went up to her room immediately.
The Small House at Allington Anthony Trollope

There was a girl, the daughter of the steward; her name was Alexandrina.
The Intoxicated Ghost Arlo Bates

She had endured for years, and now Alexandrina was unable to endure for six months.
The Small House at Allington Anthony Trollope

Alexandrina feared that she would not be allowed to rule, but she could at any rate try.
The Small House at Allington Anthony Trollope

And yet I do not know whether Alexandrina’s life was not quite as hard as that of her mother.
The Small House at Allington Anthony Trollope

After a minute or two he put out his hand to take that of Alexandrina.
The Small House at Allington Anthony Trollope

The fact is, Alexandrina, that you will not reconcile yourself to the manner of life which is suitable to my income.
The Small House at Allington Anthony Trollope

“I don’t care a bit about France,—we have been there so often,” Alexandrina said.
The Small House at Allington Anthony Trollope

Just at this moment Alexandrina came into the room, and looked as though she were in all respects a smaller edition of her mother.
The Small House at Allington Anthony Trollope

Alexandrina, this is a very important step that you and I have taken to-day.
The Small House at Allington Anthony Trollope

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