- n. A female given name borrowed from Welsh.
- From Welsh Megan, cognate with English Margaret, ultimately from Ancient Greek. (Wiktionary)
“RYAN JENKINS, "MEGAN WANTS A MILLIONAIRE": Time with Megan alone was enough to let her get in touch with my deeper side and redeem myself for, you know, some of the silly things I said at dinner.”
“MALIK SCHABAZZ, MEGAN WILLIAMS 'ATTORNEY: Brothers and sisters, we've come here to this vigil so that we can get an idea what Megan went through.”
“RYAN JENKINS, "MEGAN WANTS A MILLIONAIRE": I ` m with Megan alone.”
“The advert features close up's on various parts of Megan's enviable bod and has the title Megan Fox in Emporio Armani.”
“Derek realized he hadn’t heard a word Megan had said to him.”
“When Megan is not in the classroom, she is actively involved in the local literary scene and maintains a blog, Night Light Revue, about new books and authors.”
“TY to everyone who wrote in about reminding people about this feature especially Megan from the Because I Read Twilight I Have Unrealistic Expectations In Men facebook group.”
“Megan is another of the original members of the Drexel University Sustainability Learning Community.”
“Though Megan is clearly the Anti-Betty (there's no crying over spilled milkshakes), it remains to be seen if she will challenge Don enough to truly make him a one-woman man.”
“CONAN: Megan, is that right, the funding comes from out of state?”
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