Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • Gwyn, Eleanor Known as "Nell.” 1650?-1687. English actress. She was the lover of Charles II after c. 1668.

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  • n. Celtic underworld god

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Examples

  • First, hawkish columns have been showing up in the Wanker, and now Richard Gwyn is calling upon Canada to support the Americans:

    Daimnation!: Is the tide turning? First,

  • Looks like my dear friend Aeryanna (aka Gwyn) has seen Superman and is "in love with Brandon Routh" ... and his "hottie pants".

    dailycomic Diary Entry

  • Aeryanna (aka Gwyn) was visiting and she got this great idea that we should write stories about what * LOL* our future spouses would be like, how we met them, and married all that crap, and then compare them.

    dailycomic Diary Entry

  • Wet Hill Studios Printmaking Workshops located in Nevada City: For dates and times visit www. wethillstudios.com or call Gwyn, (530) 277-8670.

    The Union - All Categories

  • And he had embarked on a passionate affair with an aspiring band-singer, "Gwyn" Conger, that would lead to another failed marriage.

    The Rescue of John Steinbeck

  • -- A reference to Mr. Croker's _Boswell_ (last edit. 1847, p. 181.) may best satisfy § N. "Gwyn," says Mr. Croker, "proposed the _principle_, and in many instances the _details_, of the most important improvements which have been made in the metropolis in our day."

    Notes and Queries, Number 53, November 2, 1850

  • I found it day before yesterday when I wuz down to the cabin, seein 'about movin' our hogs an 'chickens an' hosses over to Mis 'Gwyn's barn.

    Viola Gwyn

  • One possibility is that GP will cancel all accounts for online worlds and social networking sites that 'Gwyn' is signed up for.

    World of SL

  • Sensitively edited by Gwyn Jones, this edition differs from its precursor (and very early) editions in five particulars, all designed to improve its overall modern usage and readability.

    2009 June | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS

  • In 1679 old Madam Gwyn drowned in a puddle near Chelsea.

    Exit the Actress

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