Elaine

• (n.) Alt. of Elain
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Elaine

Elaine is a French girl name. The meaning of the name is `Torch` Where is it used? The name Elaine is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Helen ( In English) See also In Welsh: Elen In Ukrainian: Olena In Scottish: Eilidh In Romanian: Ileana In Latvian and In Serbian: Jelena In Italian, Spanish, Russian, Bulgarian and In Romania...
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Elaine

In Celtic mythology, Elaine (Lily-Maid) was a virgin goddess of beauty and the moon. She was the matron of road-building and a loveable leader of hosts.
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Elaine

[song] Elaine is a non-album song recorded by Swedish pop group ABBA. It was used as the B-side to the 1980 single `The Winner Takes It All`. ==Synopsis== The song is about a `devil-may-care path in pursuit of love`. ==Composition== ABBA: Let The Music Speak describes `Elaine` as a `bold and brazen up-tempo number`, adding that it has a `we...
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Elaine

[short story] `Elaine` (1945) is an early short story published by J. D. Salinger in Story. In it, the title character lives with her mom and grandmother in the Bronx. She is a beautiful young girl unaware of the miasma of the city around her. One reason for this is that she is intellectually years behind her peers, graduating from eighth g...
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Elaine

[legend] Elaine is a name shared by several different female characters in Arthurian legend. ==Elaine of Astolat== Elaine of Astolat, also known in some texts as Elaine the Fair or the Fair Maid of Astolat and as The Lady of Shalott in Lord Alfred Tennyson`s same-titled poem, is a maiden who falls in unrequited love with Sir Lancelot. ==Ela...
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