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Reynold

[ren-ld]
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noun
  1. a male given name, form of Reginald.
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Examples from the Web for reynold

Historical Examples

  • So, Master Reynold Greenleaf, thou art anhungered, art thou?

    The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood

    Howard Pyle

  • Upon the table at Mr. Reynold's elbow the black satchel was opened.

  • Barbara went obediently to the piano, and Reynold followed her.

  • "I suppose his grandfather was named Reynold," said Mr. Hayes to himself.

  • Reynold pictured this, and pictured the man's feelings as he gazed.


Word Origin and History for reynold

Reynold

masc. proper name, from Old French Reinald (Modern French Renaut, Latinized as Reginaldus), a popular name among the Normans, from Old High German Reginald, the first element related to reckon, the second to Old English wealdan "to rule" (see wield). Related: Reynolds.

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