Pauline

EnglishEdit

Etymology 1Edit

From French Pauline, in turn from Latin Paulina; in regular use since the 19th century.

PronunciationEdit

  • enPR: pô'lēn', IPA(key): /ˈpɔːˌliːn/
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Proper nounEdit

Pauline

  1. A female given name from Latin.
    • 1987 Betty Keller, Pauline: A Biography of Pauline Johnson, Formac Publ. Co. (1989), →ISBN, page 19:
      The youngest child of George and Emily Johnson was named Emily after her mother, and Pauline in honor of the only sibling of Emperor Napoleon of France, whose life was the object of George Johnson's consuming interest.
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Etymology 2Edit

From Paul +‎ -ine.

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Pauline (not comparable)

  1. (Christianity) Of or relating to the Apostle Paul, his writings, his doctrines, and the form of Christianity that arose from them.
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CebuanoEdit

EtymologyEdit

From English Pauline, from French Pauline, from Latin Paulina.

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Pauline

  1. a female given name from French

DanishEdit

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Pauline

  1. A female given name derived from Paulina.

FrenchEdit

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Pauline f

  1. A female given name derived from Latin Paulina.

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Pauline

  1. A female given name, variant of Paulina