Tom

Tom or TOM may refer to:

  • Tom (name), a diminutive of Thomas or Tomás (and a list of people with the name)

Read more about Tom:  Characters, Nature, Acronyms, Other Uses

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Famous quotes containing the word tom:

    The man that hails you Tom or Jack,
    And proves by thumps upon your back
    How he esteems your merit,
    Is such a friend, that one had need
    Be very much his friend indeed
    To pardon or to bear it.
    William Cowper (1731–1800)

    Come dame or maid, be not afraid,
    Poor Tom will injure nothing.
    —Unknown. Tom o’ Bedlam’s Song (l. 11–12)