In December 1983, Obama began dating a young woman named Genevieve Cook.
It is an open secret, too, that he is engaged to Genevieve Winthrop, and surely a man must want to see the lady of his love.
Genevieve Whitney was the only daughter of a distinguished man.
She must not, of course, tell Genevieve about Sally Hunt's lost brother whom she had failed to find.
I never saw any islands, neither did you, Genevieve; but I know they must be lovely.
But his imagination was touched now, and the woman was Genevieve.
Genevieve, for all her being made of wax, was much more satisfactory.
Genevieve's face turned a sudden, painful red, for some unapparent reason.
Genevieve Hunting—I don't know the men:—some of Genevieve's friends.
Rosalind had come, and even Genevieve had to admit, so far as manners and appearance were concerned, she was not impossible.
fem. proper name, from French Geneviève, from Late Latin Genovefa, probably of Celtic origin.