American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Lloyd, Harold Clayton 1894-1971. American silent film actor. His most famous stunt was hanging from a clock face at the top of a building in Safety Last (1923).
- n. A surname of Welsh origin, from a nickname for someone with gray hair.
- n. A male given name transferred from the surname
- n. United States comic actor in silent films; he used physical danger as a source of comedy (1893-1971)
- From Welsh llwyd ("gray, gray-haired"). (Wiktionary)
“EARL LLOYD TALK, Lloyd discusses his autobiography "Moonfixer: The Basketball Journey of Earl Lloyd." 6: 30-8: 30 p.m.,”
“And he's grateful that the name Lloyd starts with two L's.”
“I have no idea whether Lloyd is a man or a woman – if anyone can help, please let me know.”
“Lloyd is officially the worst day shift manager ever??”
“So here's a reliable rumor: when we were in Lloyd's in downtown Ajijic the other day, the rep told us that they would be moving that office to the new strip mall soon.”
“Tom Lloyd is the author of The Twilight Reign quintet, the first of which, The Stormcaller, has recently been published in the U.S. by Pyr, with the second coming in March.”
“Both defensive end rotations will be worth watching, especially if Greg Lloyd is completely healthy for the start of the season.”
“Meanwhile Lloyd is questiones continually by Mark about a …”
“And when Little Lloyd is kidnapped, any number of people might have had a hand in it.”
“Lloyd is keeping me guessing with the series and, criticisms asside, that is something I can definatley appreciate.”
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