Origin of lewis
Definition for lewis (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for lewis
In Vietnam, Lewis was advisor to a Vietnamese infantry unit, whose nickname for him was “Captain of Many Kilos.”
When they thought about Lewis, what struck the players most was that he never acted like a do-gooder.
I learned of Lewis because the players kept bringing up his name in the interviews I did with them.
The award surprised Lewis, but it also struck the right note.
When Lewis was shipped off to Vietnam, his son was just three months old, and the timing of the assignment worried Lewis.
Mrs. Lewis sewed, that afternoon, on his jacket, mending it up more neatly than ever before.Tip Lewis and His Lamp|Pansy
Mr. Lewis' brother Benjamin was a more severe slave master than the one who owned me.The Story of Mattie J. Jackson|L. S. Thompson
But previous to the Lewis and Clarke expedition little was known of this part of the country.Then and Now|Robert Vaughn
Capt. Lewis, myself and some of the men, went over to the Indian camp.Villages of the Algonquian, Siouan, and Caddoan Tribes West of the Mississippi|David Ives Bushnell
Several men had been hit and half the butt of the Lewis gun blown off by a bomb.
British Dictionary definitions for lewis (1 of 3)
Word Origin for lewis
British Dictionary definitions for lewis (2 of 3)
British Dictionary definitions for lewis (3 of 3)
Word Origin and History for lewis
masc. proper name, Anglo-French form of French Louis (see Louis).