from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- proper n. A surname.
- proper n. A male given name, an American spelling variant of Conor.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An English name of the Crenilabrus melops, a fish of the family Labridæ.
- n. See cunner.
- n. See conner, 1.
WASHINGTON — Retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor is apologizing for the 50,000 recorded telephone calls made to Nevada voters in which she supports a ballot measure to change the way state judges are selected.
Kill him and Connor is no more, machines win the war.
I have yet to see why John Connor is so important to the human resistance.
They have a leadership counsel that resides within a nuclear submarine, of which Connor is not a part of.
So anyways while Connor is obsessing about this new breed of terminator and how its going to come kill him Wright wanders around pretty aimlessly until happening upon Kyle Reese, the hero of the first Terminator film (Linda Hamilton not withstanding), played here by Anton Yelchin.
Daniel Connor is a brilliant young medical student ambitious, hardworking, a little bit self-regarding.
John Connor is ordained to be one of the several survivors of Earth who will be in the lead a very complicated rebellion in opposition to the automatons.
Some doctors would look at an emergency department and run from the crowding and the increasing numbers of older or uninsured patients, but Robert O'Connor is drawn to the ER.
Roderic O'Connor is a best price of 14-1 for the 2,000 Guineas and 12-1 for the Derby after winning the Criterium International, a Group One over a mile, at Saint-Cloud.
Jim O'Connor is no mere gentleman caller anymore; he's a potential savior, a heroic figure who fights his way through the horde in the hopes of freeing the trapped Wingfields.