American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Aubrey, John 1626-1697. English antiquarian and writer whose Brief Lives, published posthumously, contains character sketches of his notable friends, including Thomas Hobbes, John Milton, and Francis Bacon.
- From the French names Aubrey and Aubry; derived ultimately from the Germanic name Alberic, which consists of alb "elf" (from Proto-Germanic *albiz) + rīk (from Proto-Germanic *rīkijaz). Cognates include: German Alberich, Italian Alberico. (Wiktionary)
“But Aubrey is the least of her worries when another vampire named Jean-Claude takes her to see Nikolaos, the vampire master of St.Louis. especially when Anita finds herself trapped in a dungeon that is swarming with were-rats!”
“Apparently Aubrey is her true BFF (sorry MTV winner -- although to be fair, Paris did have them in tow).”
“I think Aubrey is going to be very different from Katie and they didn't know me at ABC — they needed to see what I could do.”
“Richard Aubrey is a repeatedly banned commenter who ignores the comment ban and returns anyway to troll around.”
“Gabriel Aubrey is Jamie he is exactly as I imagined how Jamie would look amy”
“Aubrey is writing words on her erase board at the table.”
“Last week, the rumor mill was afire with snitching snickers that Danity Kane lead singer Aubrey is currently carrying the crotchfruit of P. Diddy.”
“This is mildly balanced by me living in Aubrey Rd, at the rear of Howard, and I'm a Tory Councillor.”
“How does this statement explain Aubrey's behavior?”
“Michael Aubrey is the most complete, multitalented player”
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