Examples of maiden name in a Sentence
After she divorced, she took back her maiden name.
Recent Examples of maiden name from the Web
Quinn’s mother, whose maiden name is Weinberg, was on the U.S. women’s national team that finished as the runner-up at the 1992 world championships in Finland.
The use of gold in the Middleton coat of arms is said to gesture towards Kate's mother, Carole, whose maiden name is Goldsmith, while red and blue reportedly designate the UK flag.
The gold in the shield alludes to her maiden name of Goldsmith, while the red, white, and blue come from the British Union Jack.
Daniel Smith, a security researcher at Radware, says dark web hackers tend to offer package deals, one that might include your mother’s maiden name as a bonus.
Meghan Culmo, a 1,000-point scorer for Geno Auriemma, whose maiden name was Pattyson, rejoined the 13-member board last June.
Barrett uses his mother’s maiden name in place of his surname after a childhood of being bullied for his family name, Gay, according to the Houston Chronicle.
Cochran, who goes by her maiden name, denies all animal cruelty allegations and says she and HiCaliber will be cleared of any wrongdoing.
Zahau, who previously had been married to Neil Nalepa, had her name legally changed to her maiden name after her divorce.
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MAIDEN NAME Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of maiden name for English Language Learners
: a woman's family name before she is married
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