Examples from the Web for angus
Cumming and Tom grew up in rural Scotland, on the estate in Angus where his father was head forester.
According to Angus Roxburgh, a former BBC reporter who worked on the Ketchum Russia account between 2006 and 2009, not much.
An independent, Angus King, went on to win and to caucus with the Democrats.Which Politicians Are in the Tea Party’s Crosshairs?|David Freedlander|March 17, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“Tell me about the amendment, Angus,” the courtly Hathaway said.
My husband [former Maine governor Jock McKernan] and I have had dinner with Angus and Mary on different occasions.
Seeing that he was thoroughly in earnest, Angus endeavored to dissuade him, and at last apparently succeeded.The Land of Strong Men|Arthur M. Chisholm
And when he came back and knew his master was gone, he took service with Angus.Gods and Fighting Men|Lady I. A. Gregory
Angus Rothesay gazed upon her as reverently as he had done upon the good angel of his boyish days.Olive|Dinah Maria Craik, (AKA Dinah Maria Mulock)
Angus MacKenzie, skotch fello says thats me all over, Mable."That's me all over, Mable"|Edward Streeter
“The woman made the language, Sir, you may be sure,” said Angus.Out in the Forty-Five|Emily Sarah Holt
British Dictionary definitions for angus
Word Origin and History for angus
masc. proper name, Scottish, related to Irish Aonghus, a compound that may be rendered in English as "one choice." Also the name of a county in Scotland, hence a breed of cattle (1842) associated with that region.