Definitions

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  • proper noun A male given name.
  • proper noun A patronymic surname.

Etymologies

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Germanic ragin ("advice") + mund ("protector").

Examples

  • PRESIDENT CLINTON NAMES RAYMOND V. GILMARTIN AND JESSICA TUCHMAN MATHEWS AS MEMBERS TO THE ADV.SORY COMMITTEE FOR TRADE POLICY AND NEGOTIATIONS The President today announced his intention to appoint Raymond

    Members Named To Actpn

  • Captain Raymond is missing in North Vietnam and was on an F4C at the time of the loss.

    Raymond, Paul D.

  • Michael at 2Blowhards has long been a champion of what I call the Raymond Chandler theory of literature-- that is, there are no genres, only good and bad writing.

    Archive 2006-08-01

  • Michael at 2Blowhards has long been a champion of what I call the Raymond Chandler theory of literature-- that is, there are no genres, only good and bad writing.

    Around the Blogosphere..

  • I think that Saint Raymond is the patron saint of great deals on used cars.

    I never knew | clusterflock

  • Just a little detail: you forgot the final U in "Raymond Queneau" ...

    MetaHaiku

  • By the way, I am watching the speech live and they had it in Raymond James stadium where the Bucs play here in tampa and I can tell you for sure that there are no more than 2,000 people at that rally.

    No Surrender - Swampland - TIME.com

  • But I think Raymond is all about preparation and performance.

    Football's Founding Fathers

  • He sprawled to take an empty net away from Henrik Sedin on a power play, and stopped Mason Raymond from the slot with 4: 40 left, preserving his ninth career shutout.

    USATODAY.com

  • I can attest, Raymond is indeed, “the man” when it comes to writing and teaching genre fiction.

    Writer Unboxed » Blog Archive » AUTHOR INTERVIEW: Raymond Obstfeld

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