- n. A male given name.
- The usage seems to date from the American writer Zane Grey (1875-1939), born Pearl Zane Gray. It was the surname of his mother's family, from Ohio, of unknown meaning. (Wiktionary)
“Kerri Zane is a Health and Fitness Lifestyle Expert for Generation Jones women, those born between 1954 and 1965.”
“Louise from Viking Penguin reports that Peder Zane is back as book editor at the (Raleigh) News & Observer.”
“Awaiting: If Billy Zane is your baby daddy, why is he marrying Kelly Brook?”
“Tiny Reading-based independent label Zane is offering an alternative story to the predictable one The X Factor this Christmas.”
“And now Zane is appearing in a TV movie with contest winners.”
“Right now Zane is certainly setting the table for us,”
“I grew up on L'amour and Zane Grey, too, andthere's alot there still to admire - L'amour's To Tame a Land, for instance, and the Alaska books like "Sitka." when I was nine years old I spent months playing Wetzel in Zane Grey's Spirit of the Border, which I have a hard time reading as an adult but was everything I ever wanted to read as kid - who could beat Buzzard Jim Girty, and the scalping renegades, and the idea of a huge dangerous country there for the roaming?”
“I think Billy Zane is a joke as much as the next guy, however, don’t forget that he was pretty kick ass in ‘Tales From the Crypt presents: Demon Knight’.”
“But it's going to take more than a few love spells to keep him from getting jealous about her latest gig-protecting a rock star named Zane from the creepy Goth guys in cloaks who keep showing up at his concerts and zapping his mojo.”
“From inside the party tower, Peris called Zane, who said the Crims were all right upstairs.”
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