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French Joséphine, diminutive of Josèphe, feminine form of Joseph; made popular by the Empress of Napoleon.

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  • (UK) IPA: /ˈdʒəʊ.sə.fiːn/, SAMPA: /"d, @U.s@.fi:n/

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Josephine

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Josephine

  1. Patrono:Given name

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  • 1868 Louisa May Alcott: Little Women. Chapter 3:
    "I hate my name, too, so sentimental! I wish every one would say Jo instead of Josephine. How did you make the boys stop calling you Dora?”
  • 1998 Steven Herrick, A Place Like This, Univ. of Queensland Press, ISBN 0702229849, page 86:
    I'm going to call him Joseph / or Josephine if it's a girl. / Why? / Because it's a strong name, / Joe, Joseph.

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Josephine

  1. Patrono:Given name of French origin.

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Josephine f.

  1. Patrono:Given name

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Josephine

  1. Patrono:Given name of French origin.

pl:Josephine sr:Josephine fi:Josephine

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