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Zephyrine Frances "Zeph" Gladstone (1937 - 2002) was an English television actress, from Norwood in south London. She was best known for her role as the hairdresser Vera Downend on the soap opera Crossroads, a role she played from 1970 to 1977.
Lumi  2/22/2021
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Totally guilty pleasure quality, even though I don't believe in that terminology or the mindset that goes along with it. It's what conservative people consider exotic. I like it!
noisynora  1/27/2021
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Zephyrine, whom I met at school in England, (1960/61) became a life long friend.
Quentin  10/1/2019
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Zephyrine does not have a defined pronunciation which would make it a confusing time in the US. Although I wouldn't know, I think Zephyrine would be a very beautiful name in its native France.
jazzycritique  2/2/2019
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Zephyrine is a lovely, albeit slightly outlandish name. It's similar in feel to the name Seraphina, and the two would make a lovely pair for twins, perhaps nicknamed Zephyr and Seraph.
― Anonymous User  9/25/2018
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A nineteenth-century bearer of this name is immortalised in the famous climbing thornless pink Bourbon rose bred in France in 1868 and usually appearing in English-speaking rose sellers' calatlogues as Zephirine Drouhin.
Just Jonquil  9/17/2016
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luxsword  4/28/2014
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Marie Zephyrine of France (1750-1755), older sister of King Louis XVI, King Louis XVII and King Charles X of France.
CarolinW  3/17/2010
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Although this name is a bit of a mouthful, I really don't mind it that much. I think it's ultra-futuristic and that's why I think I like it.
walesgal92  10/17/2009
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This is such a pretty name! I'd love to use it on my daughter someday.
Kayla_christine  3/25/2009
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This is one of my favourites. It is classy and elegant while still having a nice modern edge to it. I also love Zephyr as a short form.
Star Sister  10/26/2006

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