Teresita Pasini (née dei Bonfatti, 1876–?), better known by her pseudonym Alma Dolens, was a prominent Italian pacifist, suffragist, and journalist. "Alma Dolens" is a combination of the Italian alma meaning "soul" or "heart" (evolved from Latin anima) with the Latin participle dolens meaning "pained" or "grieving"; the name can thus be translated as "sorrowful heart" or "heavy heart", and is thought to refer to her feelings surrounding militarism and war.

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  • Teresita Pasini (née dei Bonfatti, 1876–?), better known by her pseudonym Alma Dolens, was a prominent Italian pacifist, suffragist, and journalist. "Alma Dolens" is a combination of the Italian alma meaning "soul" or "heart" (evolved from Latin anima) with the Latin participle dolens meaning "pained" or "grieving"; the name can thus be translated as "sorrowful heart" or "heavy heart", and is thought to refer to her feelings surrounding militarism and war. (en)
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  • Teresita Pasini (née dei Bonfatti, 1876–?), better known by her pseudonym Alma Dolens, was a prominent Italian pacifist, suffragist, and journalist. "Alma Dolens" is a combination of the Italian alma meaning "soul" or "heart" (evolved from Latin anima) with the Latin participle dolens meaning "pained" or "grieving"; the name can thus be translated as "sorrowful heart" or "heavy heart", and is thought to refer to her feelings surrounding militarism and war. (en)
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