Rodney

Rodney is British slang for an upper-class male idiot.
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Rodney

The name Rodney has been used by the British navy for warships since 1759.
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Rodney

[New Zealand electorate] Rodney is a New Zealand parliamentary electorate, returning one Member of Parliament to the House of Representatives of New Zealand. The current MP for Rodney is Mark Mitchell of the National Party. He has held this position since 2011. ==Population centres== The 1941 census had been postponed due to World War II, s...
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Rodney

[Naval Acronyms and Slang] Officer
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Rodney

Rodney is an English name for boys. The meaning is `famous, powerful, red` The name Rodney is most commonly given to American boys. If it's too long you might use: Rod, Roddy What do they use in other countries? Rui (Portuguese) Roy (Scottish, English) The name sounds like: Royden, Ryden See also: Roddy
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Rodney

Rodney is in origin a toponym, Rodney Stoke, derived from an Anglo-Saxon name meaning `Hroda`s island` (Hroda being a short form of an Anglo-Saxon name beginning with the element hrod- `fame`).{CN|date=July 2014} It became a surname in the 18th century, and a title of the Peerage of Great Britain in 1782, as Baron Rodney. Secondarily, it came...
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Rodney

[clipper] The Rodney was a full-rigged iron-hulled clipper built in 1874 by William Pile for Devitt and Moore of London. She was engaged in the Australian immigration trade, and could accommodate sixty passengers in first class and approximately five hundred in steerage. In November 1895, Rodney lost her lion figurehead during a gale in the...
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