'Violet' can also refer to...

Alford, Violet

Anna Violet Thurstan (1879—1978) nurse and weaver

Archer, Violet (1913—2000)

(Christina) Violet Butler (1884—1982) social work trainer

crystal violet

Dame Frances Violet Gardner (1913—1989) cardiologist and teacher of medicine

Dame Leslie Violet Lucy Evelyn Whateley (1899—1987) director of the Auxiliary Territorial Service

Dame Sheila Patricia Violet Sherlock (1918—2001) hepatologist

Dorothy Violet Carrington (1910—2002) historian and writer on Corsica

Evelyn Violet Elizabeth Emmet (1899—1980) politician

Freda Violet Lingstrom (1893—1989) television producer and writer

gentian violet

Joan Violet Robinson (1903—1983) economist

March Violets

(Marion Margaret) Violet Manners (1856—1937) artist

Maude Violet Clarke (1892—1935) historian

methyl violet

Pierre Noel Violet (1749—1819) miniature painter

Sweet violet, heartsease

Thomas Violet (1634—1662) goldsmith and writer on trade

Ultra Violet (Bananarama album)


Violet Blanche Douglas Pennant (1869—1945) air force officer

Violet Bonham Carter (1887—1969) politician

Violet Cameron (1862—1919) actress

Violet Clara McNaughton (1879—1968)

Violet Edith Gwynllyn Brooke Hunt (1870—1910) writer, social worker, and political activist

Violet Emily Mildred Bathurst (1895—1966) politician

Violet Florence Martin (1862—1915) novelist


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a musical play by Brian Crawley (book, lyrics), Jeanine Tesori (music). [Playwrights Horizons, 32 perf.; NYDCC Award.] The Southern girl Violet (Lauren Ward) is marked with a facial scar ...

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