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see gloria

English

Etymology

gloria, first used in a play (1898) by Bernard Shaw.

Proper noun

  1. A given name; used since early 20th century.

Quotations

  • 1898 George Bernard Shaw: You Never Can Tell: Act IV:
    Valentine: I shall recover: such wounds heal more than harm. After all, I still have my own Gloria.
    Gloria: What do you mean?
    Valentine: The Gloria of my imagination.
    Gloria: Keep your own Gloria: the Gloria of your imagination.

Italian

Proper noun

Gloria f
  1. female given name

Extensive Definition

Gloria may refer to:

In Catholic liturgy and music

Songs and albums

Films and television

Places

Sport

Other

People

Gloria in Bulgarian: Глория (пояснение)
Gloria in German: Gloria (Begriffsklärung)
Gloria in French: Gloria
Gloria in Dutch: Gloria
Gloria in Japanese: グロリア
Gloria in Polish: Gloria
Gloria in Ukrainian: Глорія

Synonyms, Antonyms and Related Words

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