- a male given name.
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Contemporary Examples of gaylord
For a brief moment, the crowd at CPAC wondered if it had travelled to the Gaylord National Resort and Hotel in a DeLorean.Mitt Romney: Finally Accepted by Conservatives
March 15, 2013
Where was the outrage when Gaylord Perry, whose best pitch was an illegal spitball, was still elected to the Hall of Fame?Clemens Prosecutors Strike Out
July 15, 2011
Founded by Democratic Senator Gaylord Nelson, the First Earth Day was held on April 22, 1970.Newsweek Covers the First Earth Day
The Daily Beast
April 22, 2011
Historical Examples of gaylord
Everything about Gaylord seemed old, exhausted, quite ineffectual.
Then Gaylord telephoned, and she had him up for afternoon tea, during which he told her all about it.
I was employed by Colonel Gaylord to find out who stole the bonds and I have done so.
You must excuse me, Mr. Gaylord, if I stick to the opinion that I have solved the puzzle.
If you wish to pay it, all right; otherwise I get it from Colonel Gaylord.
Word Origin and History for gaylord
masc. proper name, also a surname (from early 13c.), also Galliard, from Old French Gaillart, from Proto-Germanic *Gailhard "lofty-hard," or Old French gaillard "lively, brisk, gay, high-spirited."