- a male given name: from Old French, meaning “the king.”
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Contemporary Examples of leroy
He returned to TV in Chicago Hope, before landing NCIS, a spinoff from JAG in 2003, playing Special Agent Leroy Jethro Gibbs.NCIS’s Mark Harmon Is the World’s Biggest TV Star
September 23, 2014
Sergeant Leroy Johnston, a Houston native, served five deployments, three in Iraq and two in Afghanistan.
Wives and partners need such activities as well, Leroy added.
Leroy said people should know that for many wounded veterans after war, “No matter the limits we can live a full life.”
Thomas, who said she inherited Leroy from a friend who passed away, was undeterred.The Twister Stole My Pet: How Cats, Dogs, and a Donkey Survived Oklahoma
May 23, 2013
Historical Examples of leroy
Among the last to be thus flung aboard was our cocassier Leroy.
Leroy's teeth worked on like a rat's until at last the cord was severed.
The answer was not very comforting to a man of Leroy's temperament.
His name was Leroy, and we have his own word for it that he was a staunch patriot.
Leroy rose quietly and took down a volume from the bookcase.Possessed