Kelsey

Kelsey is a English mixed name. The meaning of the name is `Ship`s Victory` Where is it used? The name Kelsey is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Kelsi ( In English (Modern) )Kelcey ( In English (Modern) )Kelsie ( In English) From Old English. Alternative meanings (Old Norse) Ship`s Island (Scandinavian) Ship`s Island The na
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Kelsey

[surname] Kelsey is an English surname and originated from an Old English place name in Lincolnshire, England. The place name derived from words meaning "Ceol`s island." (Mills 1991). In modern times Kelsey has also become a given name for boys and girls in English-speaking countries. Kelsey comes from `island of the ships` in Irish and Sco
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Kelsey

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Kelsey

[song] "Kelsey" is a song by scene pop group Metro Station released as the first single from their self-titled debut album. It was re-released after the success of "Shake It" and "Seventeen Forever" on March 17, 2009. The song will serve as the bands third UK single, due for release on December 14, 2009 as a double a-side with a cover versi
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Kelsey

[given name] Kelsey is a given name meaning `from the ships island`. The name could be derived from an English given name Ceolsige, which meant "ship`s victory" could be an Old English place name meaning "Cenel`s island." "Cenel`s Island" is a combination of the Old English word "cenel", meaning "fierce", and "eg", meaning island. Another e
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Kelsey

[Carrot Valley] Category for people who have worked as non-playing staff (e.g. assistant managers, youth/reserve coaches, trainers, physiotherapists, kit managers) for Grimsby Town Football Club. First-team managers are excluded unless they have also been at the club in another non playing role; they have their own category in :Category:Gri
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Kelsey

[Saskatchewan provincial electoral district] Kelsey was a provincial electoral district for the Legislative Assembly of the province of Saskatchewan, Canada, encompassing the towns of Hudson Bay and Carrot River. The district was named after 17th century explorer Henry Kelsey. Created before the 12th Saskatchewan general election in 1952, t
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Kelsey

[Sussex cricketer] Kelsey (full name and dates of birth and death unknown) was an English cricketer. Kelsey`s batting style is unknown. Kelsey made a single first-class appearance for Sussex against Kent at the Royal New Ground, Brigton in 1829. Kent were dismissed for 96 in their first-innings, in response Sussex were dismissed for 77, wit
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Kelsey

[automobile company] The Kelsey car company was founded in 1897 by Cadwallader Kelsey in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It lasted until 1902, then was brought back in 1920 and survived until 1924. == In Philadelphia 1897–1902 == In 1897, Kelsey, at the age of 17, built his first car. It was a small four-wheel car. Then, while at Haverford Co
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