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Paloma

[puh-loh-muh] /pəˈloʊ mə/
noun
1.
a female given name.
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  • She was mostly Spiggoty and half Indian, and her name was Paloma.

    The Red One Jack London
  • Just sat in-doors jabbering with Paloma and helping with the chores.

    The Red One Jack London
  • Her name was Paloma (Dove), and to escape shame, the mother threw her and her other daughters and then herself into the waves.

  • I doubt if she had ever crossed the threshold of the Paloma before.

    Bunch Grass Horace Annesley Vachell
  • Recollect, Harry, that the better element in Paloma won't stand much nonsense.

    The Young Engineers in Arizona H. Irving Hancock
  • In those days Paloma was a new town on the line of the Southern Pacific.

    Options O. Henry
  • Then you learned that the real Arizona people over in Paloma don't find any fault with what I did?

    The Young Engineers in Arizona H. Irving Hancock
  • "The men of Paloma will do all the hurting," Mr. Beasley announced grimly.

    The Young Engineers in Arizona H. Irving Hancock
  • It was certain that Paloma real estate would rise to three or four times its present value.

    The Young Engineers in Arizona H. Irving Hancock

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