amelia

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A female given name

We must have heard it first on the battery radio, the news about Amelia Earhart, lost over the ocean. - - - Air Heart, I saw it spelled, Amelia ... a name like a soft, bold bird.

The congenital absence of one or more limbs
given name, female, from Germanic
{i} female first name
Bloomer Amelia Amelia Jenks Earhart Amelia Mary Bessie Amelia Emery Nation Carry Amelia
congenital absence of an arm or leg
Amelia Bloomer
orig. Amelia Jenks born May 27, 1818, Homer, N.Y., U.S. died Dec. 30, 1894, Council Bluffs, Iowa U.S. reformer. In 1840 she married Dexter Bloomer, a Quaker newspaper editor. She wrote articles on education, unjust marriage laws, and women's suffrage and published the biweekly Lily (1849-54). Among her interests was dress reform, and the full trousers that she wore came to be known as bloomers. Her costume generated considerable publicity and helped to attract large crowds to her lectures in New York City, where she often shared the platform with Susan B. Anthony and the Rev. Antoinette L. Brown
Amelia Earhart
a US pilot who was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean alone (1898-1937). born July 24, 1897, Atchinson, Kan. U.S. disappeared July 2, 1937, near Howland Island, Pacific Ocean U.S. aviator, the first woman to fly alone across the Atlantic Ocean. Earhart worked as a military nurse in Canada during World War I and later as a social worker in Boston. In 1928 she became the first woman to cross the Atlantic in a plane, though as a passenger. In 1932 she accomplished the flight alone, becoming the first woman and the second person to do so. In 1935 she became the first person to fly solo from Hawaii to California. In 1937 she set out with a navigator, Fred Noonan, to fly around the world; they had completed over two-thirds of the distance when her plane disappeared without a trace in the central Pacific Ocean. Speculation about her fate has continued to the present
Amelia Earhart
{i} (1897-1937) American female pilot, first woman to fly solo across the Atlantic (killed in an attempt to fly around the world in 1937)
Amelia Mary Earhart
born July 24, 1897, Atchinson, Kan. U.S. disappeared July 2, 1937, near Howland Island, Pacific Ocean U.S. aviator, the first woman to fly alone across the Atlantic Ocean. Earhart worked as a military nurse in Canada during World War I and later as a social worker in Boston. In 1928 she became the first woman to cross the Atlantic in a plane, though as a passenger. In 1932 she accomplished the flight alone, becoming the first woman and the second person to do so. In 1935 she became the first person to fly solo from Hawaii to California. In 1937 she set out with a navigator, Fred Noonan, to fly around the world; they had completed over two-thirds of the distance when her plane disappeared without a trace in the central Pacific Ocean. Speculation about her fate has continued to the present
tetra-amelia
A particular congenital disorder, whose main symptom is the lack of legs, arms, and hands
Carry Amelia Nation
orig. Carry Moore born Nov. 25, 1846, Garrard county, Ky., U.S. died June 9, 1911, Leavenworth, Kan. U.S. temperance advocate. Though she held a teaching certificate, her education was intermittent. In 1867 she married a young physician but soon left him because of his alcoholism. In 1877 she married David Nation, a lawyer, who would divorce her for desertion in 1901. After a 1890 U.S. Supreme Court decision weakened the prohibition laws of Kansas, where she was living, she joined the temperance movement; she came to believe that the unlawfulness of saloons meant they could be destroyed with impunity. A tall and heavy woman, she would march alone or with hymn-singing supporters into saloons and sing, pray, and shout while she smashed their fixtures and stock with a hatchet. Jailed many times, she paid her fines with proceeds from her lectures and sales of souvenir hatchets
amelia

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    /əˈmēlyə/ /əˈmiːljə/

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    () A variant of Amalia, derived from Germanic compound names beginning with *amal, "vigor, bravery". The name and its variants have been confused with the Latin name Aemilia, Emilia, Emily.

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