from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • proper n. A female given name borrowed from French in the nineteenth century.
  • n. A term of derision used by Quebec separatists to refer to Federalist-voting French Quebecois housewives.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A cordial liqueur, one of those known as a crème from its consistency.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • SHARON SMITH, CALLED 911 AFTER YVETTE WAS ATTACKED: Thank you, and hello, Yvette.

    CNN Transcript Jul 20, 2006

  • Yvette is going to be so jealous, as she really wanted to get a Siamese.

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  • I spoke with an intern in Yvette Clarke’s office to express my opinion that passing the Senate bill is the best option at this point (despite sending her $ this summer to support the public option.)

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  • One woman, identified as Yvette, passes an interview to work at a Poundland store in Doncaster but learns that the salary is no match for the benefit paid to a mother of four.

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  • She's name Yvette, she 18 year old, and she study in Budapest.

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  • They discovered an alien called Yvette and brought it back to earth - much to their eternal shame News

  • The building, known as the Yvette and Louis Tekel Senior Residence, is on the same property as the Esther Gitlow Towers.


  • The 'Matron of Ephesus' of Petronius was the great-grandmother of the 'Yvette' of

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  • They’re all definites, he says, calling Yvette’s name along with the others.


  • At this name Yvette awoke: “My poor Muscade, can you think of such a thing?



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