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Leone \le(o)-ne\

Leone as a girl's name (also used as boy's name Leone), is a variant of Leona (Latin) and Leonie (Latin), and the meaning of Leone is "lion".
lane, Lenny, lyon, Laine, Lon, Lonn, lion, Lenn, Len, Lonne, Layne, Lennie, Lioni, Lene, Leoine, Leoni.

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Examples of usage for leone:

  1. Music by Francesco B. De Leone libretto by Cecil Fanning. – U.S. Copyright Renewals, 1950 January - June by U.S. Copyright Office
  2. Baxter, on the other hand, specifies all bread- winners separately- men, women, and children; but to furnish a basis of comparison, let us take the men as representing a family each, and if so, that would give us 4, 006, 260 working- class families in the country in 1867. This is certainly a high estimate of their number, because in 1871 there were only five million of families in England; and according to the calculations of Professor Leone Levi, the working class comprises no more than two- thirds of the population, and would consequently consist in 1871 of no more than 3, 300, 000 families. – Contemporary Socialism by John Rae
  3. The Bullom and Timmani are the frontagers to Sierra Leone and it was with Bullom and Timmani potentates that the land of the settlement was bargained for. – The Ethnology of the British Colonies and Dependencies by Robert Gordon Latham

Rhymes for leone:

  1. zone, prone, blown, sloane, mone, don't, roane, tone, lone, crone, shown, stone, sewn, groan, clone, thrown, moan, phone, roan, cohn, sharon, fone, cone, scone, trone, hoen, mon, rhone, jone, sloan, bone, koen, known, shone, sown, coan, doan, drone, throne, joan, doane, grown, bowne, loan, boan, hone, flown, goen, own, rone;
  2. hipbone, outshone, trombone, perone, carone, outgrown, damone, cyclone, bayonne, homegrown, intone, atone, condone, marone, tyrone, capone, postpone, bemoan, tirone, ramone, raton, pavone, unknown, disown, simone, dethrone, ramon, dijon, cologne, malone, alone;
  3. overblown, bourguignon, overgrown, overthrown, calderon, unbeknown;
  4. concepcion;