- A surname from the medieval Norman given name Thierry, cognate of the English Derek
- A male given name transferred back from the surname, or a diminutive of Terence or of any of its alternative forms
- A female given name, diminutive of Teresa or any of its alternative forms
Other articles related to "terry":
... Engineers David Ahlert, Jeff Balding, Terry Christian, Gregg Jampol, Laura Livingston, Bill Whittington ... Overdub Engineer Steve Bishir, Terry Christian, Bill Deaton, Clark Germain, Rick "Soldier" Will ... Mixed by Jeff Balding, Terry Christian, Brian Malouf ...
... Terry, Carl Brutananadilewski's cousin from Aqua Teen Hunger Force Terry Bogard, from the SNK video games Terry Boot, minor character from the Harry Potter series of novels, by J ... Rowling Terry Collier, fictional character in The Likely Lads sitcoms and film Terry Kimple, character in the TV series The Cleveland Show Terry McCann, fictional character in the TV ... Terry McGinnis, main character and the new batman in Batman Beyond ...
... In the first series,Terry drives a dark navy blue Mk2 Ford Granada ... At the start of the second series Terry receives a new company car, a metallic Tara Green Austin Princess (a Series 2 1700HL model, with fake registration NMO 49W) ... the following series as the next model Terry uses is an older Series 1 Brooklands Green 2200HL, but still with the fake and now incorrect registration ...
... Terry Scott and June Whitfield began their television partnership in Scott On in 1968 ... Ever After" aired on BBC1 with Scott and Whitfield playing Terry and June Fletcher, a middle-class couple whose grown-up children have just left home ... complications meant that the name and setting had to change, and Terry and June was born ...
... Richard Benjamin Terry (dates unknown) umpired the historic first Test match played between Australia and England in Melbourne on 15 March to 19 March 1877 ... As a player, Terry played three matches for Victoria from 1877 to 1881 ...
Famous quotes containing the word terry:
“There is all the difference in the world between departure from recognised rules by one who has learned to obey them, and neglect of them through want of training or want of skill or want of understanding. Before you can be eccentric you must know where the circle is.”
—Ellen Terry (18471928)
“It has never been in my power to sustain ... I can pass swiftly from one effect to another, but I cannot fix one, and dwell on it, with that superb concentration which seems to me the special attribute of the tragic actress.”
—Ellen Terry (18471928)
“The lunatics have taken charge of the asylum.”
—Richard Rowland. A Million and One Nights, vol. 2, ch. 79, Terry Ramsaye (1926)