from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Rogers, Carl 1902-1987. American psychologist. A founder of humanistic psychology, he developed client-centered therapy, in which the client directs the focus and pace of each session.
- Rogers, Ginger Originally Virginia McMath. 1911-1995. American dancer and actress particularly noted for her partnership with Fred Astaire in several motion pictures, including Swing Time (1936). She won an Academy Award in 1940 for her performance in Kitty Foyle (1940).
- Rogers, John 1829-1904. American sculptor noted for his groups of small sculptures, such as "Checkers up at the Farm” and "The Slave Auction” (both 1859).
- Rogers, Robert 1731-1795. American soldier and frontiersman who led (1758-1763) the Rogers's Rangers on a series of daring missions during the French and Indian War.
- Rogers, Roy Originally Leonard Slye. 1912-1998. American singer and actor who played a singing cowboy in motion-picture Westerns.
- Rogers, William Penn Adair Known as "Will.” 1879-1935. American humorist noted for his wry homespun commentary on American society and politics.
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- proper n. An English patronymic surname derived from Roger
- proper n. A town in Arkansas, and other U.S. places named for bearers of the surname.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. United States dancer and film actress who partnered with Fred Astaire (1911-1995)
- n. United States psychologist who developed client-centered therapy (1902-1987)
- n. United States humorist remembered for his homespun commentary on politics and American society (1879-1935)
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