Waugh

Waugh is a surname (pronunciation like 'waw', less commonly 'woff' or 'woch' - to rhyme with loch), and may refer to:

  • Arthur Waugh, English author and publisher (father of Evelyn and Alec)
    • Alec Waugh, British novelist (Evelyn's older brother)
    • Evelyn Waugh, British novelist
      • Auberon Waugh, British journalist and satirist (Evelyn's son)
        • Alexander Waugh, son of Auberon Waugh
        • Daisy Waugh, daughter of Auberon Waugh
  • Arthur James Waugh, Lord Mayor of Coventry 1962 and City Father
  • Benjamin Waugh, Victorian social reformer
  • Beverly Waugh, American bishop
  • Bronagh Waugh, a Northern Irish actress
  • Carole Waugh, British businesswoman
  • Catherine Waugh McCulloch, American lawyer
  • Devlin Waugh, fictional comic book character
  • Duncan Waugh, Canadian actor
  • Edwin Waugh, English poet
  • Frank Albert Waugh, American landscape architect
  • Frederick Judd Waugh, American marine painter and camouflage artist
  • Hillary Waugh, American mystery novelist
  • Hubert Waugh, English cricketer
  • Keith Waugh (born 1956), English-born footballer, whose clubs included Peterborough United and Bristol City
  • Mark Waugh, Australian cricketer (twin brother of Steve)
  • Phil Waugh, Australian rugby union footballer
  • Pia Waugh, Australian policy advisor
  • Reuben Waugh, Canadian politician
  • Richard Waugh, voice actor
  • Samuel Waugh, 19th century American painter
  • Steve Waugh, Australian cricketer (twin brother of Mark)
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Famous quotes containing the word waugh:

    Punctuality is the virtue of the bored.
    —Evelyn Waugh (1903–1966)

    If we can’t stamp out literature in the country, we can at least stop its being brought in from outside.
    —Evelyn Waugh (1903–1966)

    News is what a chap who doesn’t care much about anything wants to read. And it’s only news until he’s read it. After that it’s dead.
    —Evelyn Waugh (1903–1966)