Examples from the Web for archibald
Jim Doyle was the uncommunicative spokesman for Archibald Cox and Leon Jaworski at the Watergate Special Prosecution Force.
First in the line is Miles Archibald Romney, born in Dalton in 1806.
Grant was born as Archibald Leach, to a mentally ill woman and a working-class pants presser in Bristol, England.
He rejected the names Richardson put forward until he got the one he wanted: Archibald Cox.
Archibald, who at length despaired of his friend's generosity, had recourse to his other scheme of the wager.Tales And Novels, Volume 1 (of 10)|Maria Edgeworth
She welcomed Archibald Cope's invitation from the adjoining porch.The Trumpeter Swan|Temple Bailey
But the very fact that she let a note of argument and protest come into her voice gave Archibald instant encouragement.
I was only going to say you've probably heard that I was always up against Archibald Florance.The Regent|E. Arnold Bennett
“Oh, she had her breakfast long ago, so she told us,” said Mrs. Archibald.The Associate Hermits|Frank R. Stockton
Word Origin and History for archibald
masc. proper name, from Old High German Erchanbald, literally "genuine bold," from erchan "genuine" + bald (see bold). Archie, British World War I military slang for "German anti-aircraft fire" (1915) supposedly is from black humor of airmen dodging hostile fire and thinking of the refrain of a popular music hall song, "Archibald, certainly not!"