Definitions

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  • proper noun An American surname.
  • proper noun A male given name transferred from the surname.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • A story on those lines is told about a dwarf called Alvis in the Poetic Edda who was tricked by Thor into talking until sunrise and then turned to stone.

    Kings of Lindsey

  • A story on those lines is told about a dwarf called Alvis in the Poetic Edda who was tricked by Thor into talking until sunrise and then turned to stone.

    Kings of Lindsey

  • A story on those lines is told about a dwarf called Alvis in the Poetic Edda who was tricked by Thor into talking until sunrise and then turned to stone.

    Kings of Lindsey

  • A story on those lines is told about a dwarf called Alvis in the Poetic Edda who was tricked by Thor into talking until sunrise and then turned to stone.

    Archive 2010-08-01

  • A story on those lines is told about a dwarf called Alvis in the Poetic Edda who was tricked by Thor into talking until sunrise and then turned to stone.

    Old English gods and myths: Eotens

  • The actual machines, in British colours, are shown below - the short-wheel-base version, also known as the Alvis 8 or the Acorn.

    Archive 2007-01-01

  • The Alvis was a sports saloon and her seat was very close, her shoulder rubbing against mine.

    The Rainbow and the Rose

  • Betty Jones, who had been a slave on the Alvis plantation in Hendersonville, Kentucky, remembered the parties around the quarters:

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • "The tension is always high because you have people yelling at you back and forth," Tonja Alvis, a gay marriage supporter from Albany, said Thursday.

    N.Y. Senate doesn't take up gay marriage bill

  • Ferentz was unsure at the start of camp how much he would get out of Alvis.

    Iowa - Team Notes

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