American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Owen, Robert 1771-1858. Welsh-born British manufacturer and social reformer who attempted to establish a cooperative community at New Harmony in Indiana (1825-1828).
- Owen, Wilfred 1893-1918. British poet whose work reflects his experiences in World War I. He was killed in battle.
- n. A male given name of Welsh origin, possibly derived from Eugene, cognate to Gaelic Eòghan.
- n. A Welsh patronymic surname derived from the given name.
- n. An Irish and Scottish patronymic surname from the Gaelic Mac Eoghain.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. obsolete Own.
- n. English comparative anatomist and paleontologist who was an opponent of Darwinism (1804-1892)
- n. Welsh industrialist and social reformer who founded cooperative communities (1771-1858)
“SPLASH THE WATER DUDE: RAY OWEN," for age 3 and older, Owen leads a voyage through a "waterway" of songs and activities. 1: 30 p.m.,”
“SPLASH THE WATER DUDE RAY OWEN," for age 3 and older, Owen leads a voyage through a "waterway" of songs and activities. 1: 30 p.m.,”
“• There were plenty more fan-friendly riffs: Jack used the name Owen Harper at the hospital, and there's a lot of talk of "the 456 regulations" – the 456 being the the aliens from Children Of Earth.”
“The Evil Faerie, made in 1966 by the elusive Fluxus artist George Landow, who also used the name Owen Land and Orphan Morphan, and Apollo Jize.”
“And after all of that I asked if she wanted to know what we called Owen before we called him Owen.”
“As with Ahab and Ishmael, we encounter John Brown through the entranced observations of Owen, and, like Ishmael, Owen is essentially the last man standing (in Ishmael's case, swimming), surviving the raid on Harper's Ferry to, eventually, tell us the tale of what led up to this singular event.”
“It's hard to imagine that this mom-and-pop operation forced Owen Hart to wear a ridiculous costume and descend from the rafters at a pay-per-view -- a stunt which resulted in Owen falling to his death in front of tens of thousands of horrified fans.”
“KEITH: Ann Owen is a professor of economics at Hamilton College and a former Fed economist.”
“Clive Owen is a fine actor; I look forward to the film.”
“But Clive Owen is pretty darn sexy. celialarsen (at) gmail (dot) com”
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