Definitions for elaineɪˈleɪn
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Origin: From Elaine variant of Elene, cognate to Modern English Helen, ultimately from . A origin has also been suggested since the name appears in Arthurian legend.
alt. of Elain
Elaine is a name shared by several different female characters in Arthurian legend.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a lady of the court of King Arthur in love with Lancelot, and whose story is related by Malory in his "History" and by Tennyson in his "Idylls of the King."
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Elaine Dickinson There's no reason to become alarmed, and we hope you'll enjoy the rest of your flight. By the way, is there anyone on board who knows how to fly a plane
The first day of work, I was walking the halls of the Brill Building and saw Warren Beatty and Elaine May editing ‘Ishtar,’ i thought, ‘This is the greatest job ever!’.
I liked doing the stand-up, i only stopped because Elaine wanted to stop. I've never understood it. I thought: 'Why? It's not a very long show. It doesn't cost us anything emotionally.'.
Maryland resident Elaine Weinstein and her family experienced incredible heartache while their beloved Warren was abducted and held by terrorists. There are no remedies to the pain the Weinsteins and other affected families have endured, but we must as a nation respond more effectively to these tragedies. That is why this legislation is so vital.
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