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  • proper noun An English and Scottish male given name, diminutive of Gregory or Gregor (and sometimes derived from the surname Greig)

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Examples

  • GREG: Yes, the same Greg that hoisted Josh into the air and spun him around like a propeller.

    Archive 2005-10-30

  • GREG: Yes, the same Greg that hoisted Josh into the air and spun him around like a propeller.

    Archive 2005-10-30

  • Schaeffers been spending the past few months seeding the name Greg Ashton around online as this blogging and RSS maven.

    Roadside Crosses

  • Schaeffers been spending the past few months seeding the name Greg Ashton around online as this blogging and RSS maven.

    Roadside Crosses

  • Schaeffers been spending the past few months seeding the name Greg Ashton around online as this blogging and RSS maven.

    Roadside Crosses

  • Schaeffers been spending the past few months seeding the name Greg Ashton around online as this blogging and RSS maven.

    Roadside Crosses

  • Schaeffers been spending the past few months seeding the name Greg Ashton around online as this blogging and RSS maven.

    Roadside Crosses

  • It is understood the name "Greg" appeared in the corner of notes taken by Mulcaire – believed to be a reference to the News of the World's former assistant editor news Greg Miskiw.

    Families of 7/7 victims 'were targets of phone hacking'

  • That Sara’d mentioned a name Greg had never heard of made him furious.

    Scarlet Nights

  • That Sara’d mentioned a name Greg had never heard of made him furious.

    Scarlet Nights

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