Geoffrey

[jef-ree]
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Contemporary Examples of geoffrey

Historical Examples of geoffrey

  • Mona had come this time to tell her of her engagement to Geoffrey Carter.

  • One was the voice of Geoffrey Brotherton—a man you told me you hated.

    Wilfrid Cumbermede

    George MacDonald

  • Had Geoffrey been on his, narrow as the lane was, we might have passed without injury.

    Wilfrid Cumbermede

    George MacDonald

  • That, Geoffrey has never touched; over that he has no claim.

    Wilfrid Cumbermede

    George MacDonald

  • Geoffrey's lips opened as if he were about to speak, but he closed them again.

    Great Uncle Hoot-Toot

    Mrs. Molesworth


Word Origin and History for geoffrey

Geoffrey

masc. personal name, attested in England by late 11c., from Old French Geuffroi, from Medieval Latin Gaufridus, from Old High German gewi "district" (German Gau) + fridu "peace" (see free).

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