- George Brydg·es [brij-iz] /ˈbrɪdʒ ɪz/, Baron,1718–92, British admiral.
- a male given name: an Old English family name, taken from a placename.
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Contemporary Examples of rodney
“We look for the qualities that are evocative of V.S.O.P Privilege,” explained Hennessy Senior Vice President Rodney Williams.
Los Angeles had been on edge all day with memories of the Rodney King and Watts riots surfacing.Dispatch From USC Protests over Ferguson
Maya Richard Craven
November 30, 2014
Conditions are worsening and the Rodney King verdict is certainly not the most egregious injustice in our midst.‘Why Have I Lost Control?’: Cory Booker in ’92 on Rodney King Echoes Ferguson
November 26, 2014
It happened during the L.A. riots, when anger over the police beating of Rodney King spilled into Koreatown.Ferguson's Other Race Problem: Riots Damaged Asian-Owned Stores
August 20, 2014
Producers Timbaland, Jerome “J-Roc” Harmon and Rodney Jerkins are all at the top of their game working with Jackson.Dead or Alive, the Hits Keep Coming
May 12, 2014
Historical Examples of rodney
Ferry's scouts are there, and you'll say to Lieutenant Ferry the single word, Rodney.The Cavalier
George Washington Cable
You have seen Rodney's account of the battle of the 17th of April.
Rodney, by this time, was in a somewhat hysterical condition.
Rodney Allison leaped to the beach below in full view of the party.
Angus led the colt to the stable while Rodney entered the house.
- George Brydges, 1st Baron Rodney. 1719–92, English admiral: captured Martinique (1762): defeated the Spanish at Cape St Vincent (1780) and the French under Admiral de Grasse off Dominica (1782), restoring British superiority in the Caribbean