Proper noun
  1. A female given name.
    • 1977 Agatha Christie, An Autobiography, HarperCollins (2011), ISBN 9780007314669, page 31:
      Cooks of any seniority were always 'Mrs'. Housemaids and parlourmaids were supposed to have 'suitable' names - e.g. Jane, Mary, Edith, etc. Such names as Violet, Muriel, Rosamund and so on were not considered suitable, and the girl was told firmly, 'Whilst you are in my service you will be called "Mary"'.
  • French: Rosemonde
  • German: Rosamunde
  • Italian: Rosmunda
  • Portuguese: Rosamunda
  • Spanish: Rosamunda

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