Alumna (noun)

A female graduate or former student of a school, college, or university.

Origin:

17th century, from latin alumnus, from alere (to nourish).

Examples:

  1. The alumna returned to her alma mater to give a speech.
  2. She is an alumna of Harvard University.
  3. The alumnae association organized a reunion for the graduates.
  4. The alumna made a donation to her school.
  5. Many successful businesswomen are alumna of this college.
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