Corinne

(from the article `Staël, Germaine de`) ...that the Nordic and classical ideals were basically opposed and supported the Nordic, although her personal taste remained strongly classical. Her ... ...herself with the salon of intellectuals she founded at Coppet, Switzerland. Her two novels, Delphine (1802; Delphine) and Corinne (1807;...
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Corinne

• (n.) The common gazelle (Gazella dorcas). See Gazelle.
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Corinne

[name] Corinne is a female name, and the French or English variant of Corina, meaning `beautiful maiden`. Various spellings of the name exist, although some attest that `Corinne` is the most appropriate and age-old spelling. Other spellings include: Corrine, Corin, Corinn, Coryn, Koryn, Korin, Cori, Corrinne, Corinna, Korinna, Karynne and K...
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Corinne

Co`rinne' noun (Zoology) The common gazelle ( Gazella dorcas ). See Gazelle . [ Written also korin .]
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Corinne

Corinne is a French name for girls. The meaning is `girl, pure` The name Corinne is most commonly given to American girls. If it's too long you might use: Corrie What do they use in other countries? Corey (English) Cory Korey Corin Kori (English) Cori (English) Corry Koren Corie (English) Correy Corrie Coren Koree Korie Corrin Kareen Coree Korin Ko...
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