- A female from Paris.
Translations: Etymology: From French French, Parisienne, from Paris.
- 1900: It is so natural to a , even when passion has almost mastered her, to hesitate and pause before taking the plunge. - Translated from Honoré de Balzac, The Works of Honoré de Balzac - Page 157
- 2001: Proclaiming taste to be a learned as much as an inborn trait, they sought to establish themselves as aesthetic educators of the vulnerable, unschooled . " Lisa Tierstan, Marianne in the Market (California 2001, p. 122)
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