Lorin

[ lawr-in, lohr- ]

noun
  1. a male given name, form of Lawrence.

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How to use Lorin in a sentence

  • An apiarist, he lives in Austin, with his wife, Lorin, their three children, and a hyperactive bird dog named Biscuit.

  • This may be the edifice of the tats which now shelters the Muse Lorin.

  • One day I was conversing with a brother-in-law of mine, Lorin Walker, who married my oldest sister.

    Gospel Doctrine | Joseph F. Smith
  • M. Lorin hints that Colbert sent out Duchesneau to act as a spy upon Frontenac.

    Count Frontenac | William Dawson LeSueur
  • M. Lorin says there was probably as much real dissension as in Frontenac's time, but that it was hushed up.

    Count Frontenac | William Dawson LeSueur
  • Lorin Deland called to talk about the verses which I am to write and read at his theatre.

    Julia Ward Howe | Laura E. Richards