[kam-er-uh n, kam-ruh n]
- Julia Margaret,1815–79, English photographer, born in India.
- Richard,1648?–80, Scottish Covenanter.
- Mount, a mountain in central Colorado, in the Park Range of the Rocky Mountains. 14,238 feet (4342 meters).
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Examples from the Web for cameron
Comedian Cameron Esposito has returned to answer more questions people wanted to ‘Ask a Lesbian.’‘Ask a Lesbian’ Something Different
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November 17, 2014
Multiple requests for comment from Cameron were denied by his representative.Kirk Cameron Saves Christmas from Abominable Killjoys (Other Christians)
November 14, 2014
Cameron's comments will only confirm that she was in favour of retaining the Union all along.
Cameron also reportedly said that the Queen appeared to 'tear up' when he told her the news.
“Alex is a politician of huge talent and passion,” Cameron said.Aaahm Ooot! SNP Leader Salmond Quits After Failed Vote
September 19, 2014
You do not remember Mr. Cameron, your real father, I suppose?
Cameron is a Scotch name: to what tribe of Camerons do you belong?
Miss Cameron will, indeed, be a treasure to her betrothed husband.
Sophy, you will tear Miss Cameron's scarf to pieces; do be quiet, child.
I said we were all afraid that Miss Cameron should catch it; and, excuse me—ah, ah!
- David (William Donald). born 1966, British politician; leader of the Conservative party from 2005; prime minister from 2010
- (Mark) James (Walter). 1911–85, British journalist, author, and broadcaster. His books include Witness in Vietnam (1966) and Point of Departure (1967).
- Julia Margaret. 1815–79, British photographer, born in India, renowned for her portrait photographs.
Word Origin and History for cameron
Highland clan name, from Gaelic camshron "wry or hooked nose."
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper