from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- Family of American actors, including John (1827-1862), his wife, Louisa (1820-1897), and their son John (1853-1927).
- Drew, Daniel 1797-1879. American financier who as a director of the Erie Railroad manipulated stock prices to his own advantage and with James Fisk and Jay Gould engaged Cornelius Vanderbilt in a bitter stock-market struggle (1866-1868) for control of the railroad.
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- proper n. A male given name.
- proper n. A male given name
Shortened form of Andrew (Wiktionary)
From Anglo-Norman Drew, Drieu, Drue, from Old French Drogon, Dreus, Drues (made popular by Charlemagne's son Drogo) from Old Dutch Drogo (Wiktionary)