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Algie

[al-jee] /ˈæl dʒi/
noun
1.
a male given name, form of Algernon.
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  • Algie often used to shoot there, and now they say he just has his brother down to shoot with him.

    The Island Pharisees John Galsworthy
  • Algie Thynne was criblé with debts, and probably keen on marrying for money.

    The Limit Ada Leverson
  • Or was it Bishop Algie you were talking to last night about cathedrals?

    Dodo's Daughter E. F. Benson
  • Hush, you must be grave because dear Algie is going to address us.

    Dodo's Daughter E. F. Benson
  • It looks as if evil was stronger than good, but Algie shall explain it to me.

    Dodo's Daughter E. F. Benson
  • Nobody else in the world is as rich as the Bockheimers; and Algie's their only child.

    The Glimpses of the Moon Edith Wharton
  • There's Dowler, who puts away thousands a year in Consols, and Algie, who tells everybody all about it.

    Where There is Nothing William Butler Yeats
  • I came to Canton in 1929 to live with my granddaughter, Mrs. Algie Clark.

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