Graham

Family name of dukes of Montrose. ...
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Graham

[given name] Graham (əm in UK and US English or m or əm in US English) is a masculine given name in the English language. According to some sources, it comes from an Old English word meaning `gray home`. According to other sources, it comes from the surname Graham, which in turn is an Anglo-French form of the name of the town of Grantham,...
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Graham

[mango] The `Graham` mango is a named mango cultivar which originated in Trinidad. == History == `Graham` was a seedling of the `Julie` mango planted in Trinidad. In 1932 the variety was introduced to the United States by the USDA through Florida. `Graham` has become a popular nursery stock tree in Florida for home growing due to its fine f...
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Graham

Type: Term Pronunciation: grā′ăm Definitions: 1. Evarts Ambrose, U.S. surgeon, 1883-1957. Reported with W. H. Cole the first successful cholecystography in 1924; In 1933, with J. J. Singer, reported first successful removal of a lung for cancer in one stage. See: Graham-Cole test
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Graham

Graham is a Scottish name for boys. The meaning is `from the grey house` The name Graham is most commonly given to American boys.
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