- n. A male given name of mostly British usage.
- Middle English diminutive of French Léon, Latin Leo "lion", or of the Middle English nickname Lion. (Wiktionary)
“RICHARD ROSENBAUM, ATTORNEY WHO APPEALED LIONEL TATE'S CASE: Lionel was pretty euphoric yesterday once he heard the news, and he screamed, and some of the guards I could hear clapping in the background.”
“So i bought xm to continue with lionel .... that worked for a very short time as they replaced Lionel w / Stephanie Milller on XM, ..”
“Lionel' is to d – d a beast, and 'Mary' makes a great deal too much sacrifice for him, but it is not unnatural.”
“Lifehacker reader Lionel is a food nerd and less-is-more enthusiast.”
“Lionel is a libertarian – he was on Air America, but he often frustrated liberals with some of his positions – for instance, opposing gun control.”
“His great-grandfather was Polish, or a least Lionel is led to believe that he was.”
“Lionel is openly gay and living, as the film begins, with his handsome yoga teacher partner.”
“Lionel is very impatient and you have to keep his yearning to play in check because he always want to play," Pekerman said.”
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“Lionel is very entertaining, and if you allow yourself to be drawn into his character and hypnotized by his “tics” then you can easily miss the fact that there is no real story behind it all.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘Lionel’.
Or maybe just some English names, I don't know.
(these can be given or surnames)
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