- n. A male given name.
- Anglicized from Scottish Gaelic Ruairidh, Ruaraidh and Irish Gaelic Ruaidhrí, Ruarí meaning “red-haired king”, from rua[dh] (red-coloured hair of foxes, etc.) and rí[gh] (king) (Wiktionary)
“My oldest brother, Rory, is an extremely talented filmmaker, and someday I'd like to be in one of his films.”
“Rory is the amazing hunkus maximus you see on the cover and in my head when I was writing him — he was just as gorgeous.”
“Hopefully the people of Nevada will vote in Rory Reid and get this goon out of Carson City.”
“Vote for Rory is an article on the vote rigging for this year NHL All Star game.”
“Rory is moving to Iowa, Lorelai is moving to Paris with Chris and Gigi, Luke sells his diner to Kirk (oh my god) so he can move down to New Mexico and be with April. kim”
“Smart, brash, and well read he, unlike Logan, was not a corrupting force in Rory's life.”
“Besides, Rory is moving away and is making an adult decision.”
“In the pic where the town has the sign saying "Bon Voyage Rory" is it raining out?”
“I can't believe Rory is going to break logan's heart. i love logan and i think he is the perfect match for Rory i am not looking forward to the may 8th episode at all!”
“Picture Rory from the Gilmore Girls shipped off to the Osbournes.”
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