Alwyn



a male given name.
Contemporary Examples

As fitness authority alwyn Cosgrove puts it, some equipment is a “nice to have, not a need to have.”
The Busy Person’s Guide to Becoming a Fitness Minimalist DailyBurn December 26, 2013

Historical Examples

I should not have known he had one, only I saw the name of alwyn Gaythorne in a book. ‘
Doctor Luttrell’s First Patient Rosa Nouchette Carey

“Call me alwyn Merriwell from now on,” he hastily told them.
Phil Bradley’s Mountain Boys Silas K. Boone

She thought it good for me to be with young people of my own age, and so Olive and alwyn and I were always together.
Doctor Luttrell’s First Patient Rosa Nouchette Carey

“Yes, I am alwyn,” returned the young man, in a hollow voice.
Doctor Luttrell’s First Patient Rosa Nouchette Carey

At early dawn, when the men relaxed from the strain of the night’s vigil, alwyn briefly counselled them: “Hide your guns.”
The Quest of the Silver Fleece W. E. B. Du Bois

A high-spirited lad like alwyn would not be kept in leading-strings.
Doctor Luttrell’s First Patient Rosa Nouchette Carey

“Look what alwyn has given me,” and she exhibited a pair of delicate gold bangles.
Doctor Luttrell’s First Patient Rosa Nouchette Carey

And yet that is what Mr. alwyn does, and he knows I enjoy his visits.
Doctor Luttrell’s First Patient Rosa Nouchette Carey

Abruptly Sam hooked his arm into alwyn’s and pulled him with him down the street.
The Quest of the Silver Fleece W. E. B. Du Bois

noun
William. 1905–85, British composer. His works include the oratorio The Marriage of Heaven and Hell (1936) and the Suite of Scottish Dances (1946)

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