- Andrew,1844–1912, Scottish poet, prose writer, and scholar.
- Cos·mo Gordon [koz-moh] /ˈkɒz moʊ/, 1864–1945, English clergyman: archbishop of Canterbury 1928–42.
- Fritz,1890–1976, U.S. film director, born in Austria.
- Pearl,1921–2009, U.S. dancer and choreographer.
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Examples from the Web for lang
Instead, we were treated to the metal act Metallica performing the Metallica song "One," backed by Lang Lang on the piano.The Grammys Train Wreck: An Insult to Lou Reed, Hip-Hop, and Good Taste
January 27, 2014
On Nov. 17, the story went national when ESPN aired a segment in which Davis and Lang both accused Fine.ESPN, Local Paper Sat on Syracuse Sex-Abuse Tape for Years
November 29, 2011
"The waste of human capital is a terrible thing," Lang said.Clinton: Women Can Rescue the Economy
September 16, 2011
"Liza, teem a short pint intil this lang Robbie," said Matthew.The Shadow of a Crime
Hasta heard of the lang yammer in the papers about yon matter?A Son of Hagar
Sir Hall Caine
An' ye seem nigher to them by a lang growth than the lave o's.David Elginbrod
(with omissions: chiefly from the translation of Lang, Leaf, and Myers).The Legacy of Greece
"We love you weel eneuch to do without you—but no' for lang," he said.St. Cuthbert's
Robert E. Knowles
- a Scot word for long 1
- Cosmo Gordon, 1st Baron Lang of Lambeth. 1864–1945, British churchman; archbishop of Canterbury (1928–42)
- Fritz. 1890–1976, Austrian film director, later in the US, most notable for his silent films, such as Metropolis (1926), M (1931), and The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (1932)
- Jack (John Thomas). 1876–1975, controversial Labor premier of New South Wales from 1925–27 and from 1930–32, who introduced much social welfare legislation and was dismissed by the governor, Sir Philip Game, in 1932 for acting unconstitutionally