- a male given name: from a Gaelic word meaning “light.”
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Contemporary Examples of boyd
Still, Haselberger writes that Boyd did not make the list of offenders released by the Minnesota Church in 2014.How Sicko Priests Got Away With It
Barbie Latza Nadeau
November 16, 2014
Boyd glumly told him to go over to makeup, which was housed in a little cabin across the road.
The plan was to hold the body for ransom in exchange for a full pardon for Boyd and $200,000 in cash.Invasion of the Celebrity Body Snatchers, From Charlie Chaplin to Casey Kasem
July 19, 2014
Boyd and a crew travelled to Bakersfield, and the Hopalong Cassidy series was born.
And I think there will come a place where Boyd will have something to say about all this violence.Kentucky’s Finest Antihero: Walton Goggins on Justified’s Chameleon Villain
February 11, 2014
Historical Examples of boyd
But the interior, as described by Mr. Boyd, entirely changes the scene.
I was up in front, with Lieutenant Boyd and his fellow officers.The Cryptogram
William Murray Graydon
"No wonder; your make-up is perfect," declared Boyd heartily.
"You have developed a New England conscience," growled Boyd.
Warren met with no better success when he made inquiries at Boyd's house.
- Arthur . 1920–99, Australian painter and sculptor, noted for his large ceramic sculptures and his series of engravings
- Martin (A'Beckett). 1893–1972, Australian novelist, author of Lucinda Brayford (1946) and of the Langton tetralogy The Cardboard Crown (1952), A Difficult Young Man (1955), Outbreak of Love (1957), and When Blackbirds Sing (1962)
- Sir Michael. born 1955, British theatre director; artistic director of the Royal Shakespeare Company from 2003
Word Origin and History for boyd
in many cases, the family name represents Gaelic or Irish buidhe "yellow," suggesting blond hair, cf. Manx name Mac Giolla Buidhe (c.1100).