Pauline


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Paul

 (pôl), Saint ad 5?-67?
Early Christian noted for his missionary work among the cities of the Roman Empire. His epistles, included in the New Testament, are among the earliest and most influential sources of Christian theology.

Paul′ine (-īn, -ēn) adj.

Pauline

(ˈpɔːlaɪn)
adj
(Ecclesiastical Terms) relating to Saint Paul or to his doctrines

Paul•ine

(ˈpɔ laɪn, -lin)

adj.
of or pertaining to the apostle Paul or to his doctrines or writings.
[1325–75; < Medieval Latin Paulīnus. See Paul1, -ine1]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.Pauline - relating to Paul the Apostle or his doctrines
Translations
paulinsk

Pauline

1 [ˈpɔːlaɪn] ADJ the Pauline Epistleslas Epístolas de San Pablo

Pauline

2 [ˈpɔːliːn] NPaulina

Pauline

adjpaulinisch
References in classic literature ?
Ma'ame Pelagie," they called her, though she was unmarried, as was her sister Pauline, a child in Ma'ame Pelagie's eyes; a child of thirty-five.
We can never hope to have all just as it was, Pauline," Ma'ame Pelagie would say; "perhaps the marble pillars of the salon will have to be replaced by wooden ones, and the crystal candelabra left out.
But sometimes Pauline would throw down her stitching in amused impatience, and, going to her dainty secretaire, write me a little message in the simplest baby French--which I would answer in French which would knit her brows for a moment or two, and then send her off in peals of laughter.
Beautiful as Pauline Borghese, she looked at the moment scarcely purer than Lucrece de Borgia.
His father persisted in his conviction that a knowledge of a farmer's wife's duties came second to a Pauline view of humanity; and the impulsive Angel, wishing to honour his father's feelings and to advance the cause of his heart at the same time, grew specious.
If, like Pauline Dicey, she had roller-skated for a solid hour with a black-moustached stranger while her fiance floundered in Mug's Alley she could have understood his frowning disapprovingly.
to her motive, the guess of Miss Pauline Hall showing a high order of
For Pauline Stacey, the elder, was actually the heiress of a crest and half a county, as well as great wealth ; she had been brought up in castles and gardens, before a frigid fierceness
For Pauline Stacey had nothing to say to tragedy; she was understood to deny its existence.
And it is a fact that Pauline, the cook, consoled her mistress more than anybody whom she saw on this wretched morning; for when she found how Amelia remained for hours, silent, motionless, and haggard, by the windows in which she had placed herself to watch the last bayonets of the column as it marched away, the honest girl took the lady's hand, and said, Tenez, Madame, est- ce qu'il n'est pas aussi a l'armee, mon homme a moi?
Of course, it's the title that does it: 'Lady Pauline Wetherby
Then I used to have drawing-lessons; and there were several other books we either read or learned out of,--English Poetry, and Horae Pauline and Blair's Rhetoric, the last half.