The Hagia sophia reflects both its Christian and Muslim traditions.
The young Saudi comedian behind the smash-hit viral video tells sophia Jones about satire and the Saudi politics of driving.
After laying down some inspiration, sophia had one last question: “Blanche, will you marry me?”
The story began its life as a screenplay for a 1966 film staring sophia Loren.
A 7-year-old named sophia Kobar left her very own pink stuffed elephant.
Her Ladyship was the first to recover herself, and walked towards Aunt sophia with stately carriage and extended hand.
It will be Emmeline's house, though they might have named her sophia, she says, by accident.
Ellen turned so indubitably curious a look upon her at this that Miss sophia half laughed and went on.
As for sophia, better might it have been for her had she shared his fate that night.
"Get a pail of water and throw it over your dad, sophia," said Mrs. Holbrooke.
fem. proper name, from Greek sophia "skill, knowledge of, acquaintance with; sound judgement, practical wisdom; cunning, shrewdness; philosophy," also "wisdom personified," abstract noun from sophos "wise" (see sophist). Saint Sophia in ancient church names and place names in the East is not necessarily a reference to a person; the phrase also is the English translation of the Greek for "divine wisdom, holy wisdom," to which churches were dedicated.