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  1. Alexanoun

    A female given name.

    Etymology: Feminine form of Alex, and a short form of Alexandra, which in turn is from Greek for "defender of humanity."

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  1. ALEXA

    ALEXA was chosen as the trigger word for Amazon Echo devices as it gives the devices a human-like presence.

    Submitted by rinat on October 2, 2019  

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of Alexa in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of Alexa in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of Alexa in a Sentence

  1. Temple University:

    Any word you say a lot becomes an early word for little kids, you probably say,' Alexa' often because you start a sentence with it to play a song. Anything that generates a response is a likely candidate for an early word — no matter what it is.

  2. Javier Salazar:

    We owe it to Nichol, Alexa, London, and their families to find the truth through meticulous investigation. It's always better to have more tools at our disposal and more eyes on any case.

  3. Alexis Hiniker:

    Alexa isn't going to be able to teach a child to speak, just like children can't learn to speak from TV, even though smart speakers — unlike TV — are interactive, they are nowhere near the sophistication of a human, or more specifically, the sophistication of an adult who can instinctively coach a child in picking up her first language.

  4. Jack Vernon:

    Amazon is encouraging people to use Alexa in more meaningful ways, so that the technology is more incorporated into their lives, alexa Skill Blueprints is a good way to do Alexa Skill Blueprints.

  5. Christie Brinkley:

    Congratulation to the glowing bride and groom, And to my daughter Alexa, who has a wonderful friend in Alexis! Wishing the growing family every happiness!

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