Morgan is both a given name and a surname, as well as the name of several places. The surname Morgan is of Welsh origin, meaning "of the sea", and is a popular family name in that country. Many Welsh families emigrated to Australia and the USA, thus many founding families in those countries carried the surname Morgan, which is reflected in a number of place names. The name, in female form Morgana, is given to a principal in the legends about King Arthur. See also Morganic or Morganatic marriage.
An agile fast breed of horse used to rope cattle .
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Abella, Alex 2000 The Great American: A Novel. Simon & Schuster. ISBN 0743205480
Crawford, Donald 1997 Michael and Natasha. Scribner. ISBN 0684834308
Pope, Dudley 2001 Harry Morgan's Way: The Biography of Sir Henry Morgan 1635-1684 House of Stratus ISBN 1842324829
Strouse, Jean 2000 Morgan: American Financier. Harper Perennial. ISBN: 0060955899
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Pope, Dudley 2001 Harry Morgan's Way: The Biography of Sir Henry Morgan 1635-1684 House of Stratus ISBN 1842324829. A small capital [ɴ] represents the uvular nasal. ISBN 0684834308. In the International Phonetic Alphabet, the lowercase [n] represents the alveolar nasal sound. Scribner. Aspirated forms NH and NGH are sometimes seen in other languages. Crawford, Donald 1997 Michael and Natasha. In English, n is silent when it is preceded by an m, in words like hymn (although it is pronounced in words such as damnation).
ISBN 0743205480. A common digraph with N is NG, which produces a velar nasal in a variety of languages, usually final in English. Simon & Schuster. N serves as an alveolar nasal in virtually all languages that use the Latin alphabet. Abella, Alex 2000 The Great American: A Novel. It is speculated that Semitic people working in Egypt adapted hieroglyphics to create the first alphabet, and that they used the same snake symbol to represent N, because their word for 'snake' may have begun with that sound. Australia. The most common snake hieroglyphic was used in Egyptian writing to stand for a sound like English 'J', because the Egptian word for snake was "djet".
There are also:. . USA. Greek name: Nυ, Ny. An agile fast breed of horse used to rope cattle . Semitic Nûn was probably the picture of a snake; the sound value of the letter was /n/ - as in Greek, Etruscan, Latin and all modern languages.
. N is the fourteenth letter of the modern Latin alphabet.
Many Welsh families emigrated to Australia and the USA, thus many founding families in those countries carried the surname Morgan, which is reflected in a number of place names. In video games, N is the abbreviation for Nintendo. The surname Morgan is of Welsh origin, meaning "of the sea", and is a popular family name in that country. In statistics, n is the size of a sample. Morgan is both a given name and a surname, as well as the name of several places. Navy radio stations, as well as civilian aircraft. Morgan, Mariah Carey's Older Brother. Call signs beginning with N are generally used by U.S.
Ru Fe Morgan is a fictional character in the anime/manga Oh My Goddess!. In radio communication, N is one of the ITU prefixes allocated to the United States. Morgan Industries, one of the factions in Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri led by Nwabudike Morgan. In the United Kingdom, N stands for North London. Nwabudike Morgan, a fictional character in the computer game Sid Meier's Alpha Centauri. In Canada, N stands for Western Ontario. Captain Morgan, famous rum. As the first letter of a postal code,
Morgan sea gypsies, seafaring minority ethnic group in the Andaman Sea. N is the recommended symbol for: number of molecules (molecular physics), number of turns (electricity and magnetism), neutron number (atomic and nuclear physics), quantum number of total angular momentum (molecular spectroscopy). Centimorgan, unit of recombinant frequency in genetics. n is the recommended symbol for: refractive index (optics), principal quantum number (atomic and nuclear physics), order of reflexion, electron number density (solid state physics), amount of substance (chemical physics). Morgan le Fay, antagonist of Arthur of Britain. In physics,
Morgan, graphic novel by Hugo Pratt. n is the symbol for a neutron. Morgan!, 1966 film. In particle physics,
JPMorgan Chase & Co., American banking corporation. In the metric system,
Morganville - archaic synonym for the fictional town Shelbyville in The Simpsons. n can denote "number of" in algebraic equations. Morganville, Washington. In mathematics
Morganville, New Jersey. In route numbering, N may be used as a prefix,
Morgantown, Pennsylvania. In electronics, N stands for a type of RF connector. Morgantown, Kentucky. In driving a motor vehicle, N designates the neutral gear of a transmission. Morgantown, Indiana. in chess, N is a notation symbol for the knight piece, as the letter K is used for the king. Morganton, North Carolina. In computer science and set theory, n is frequently used as a generic counting number.
Morganton, Georgia. n can be used to denote number of moles. Morgan's Point Resort, Texas. So a substance of purity 3N is 0.999 pure, while a substance of purity 6N is 0.999999 pure. Morgan's Point, Texas. N can denote a measure of purity, referring to the number of nines after the comma. Morgan Hill, California. N is the symbol for Nitrogen.
Morgan Farm Area, Texas. In chemistry,
Morgan Township, Pennsylvania. Morgan Township, Minnesota. Morgan County, West Virginia. Morgan County, Utah.
Morgan County, Tennessee. Morgan County, Ohio. Morgan County, Missouri. Morgan County, Kentucky.
Morgan County, Indiana. Morgan County, Illinois. Morgan County, Georgia. Morgan County, Colorado.
Morgan County, Alabama. Morgan, Wisconsin. Morgan, Vermont. Morgan, Utah.
Morgan, Texas. Morgan, Minnesota. Morgan, Georgia. William Alexander Morgan, anti Batista Guerrilla, said CIA operative active, executed by Castro   ,.
film editor and director. William Morgan (director), mid-20th Century U.S. 1829–1883), Premier of South Australia 1878-1881. William Morgan (Australian politician) (c.
Morgan, credited as having invented volleyball in Holyoke, Massachusetts on February 9, 1895. William G. William De Morgan (1839-1917), famed pottery and tile designer in Britain. political figure in the 1920s.
William Morgan Butler, U.S. William Wilson Morgan, 20th-century astronomer. William Morgan, scientist who won the Copley Medal in 1789 "for his two Papers on the values of Reversions and Survivorships, printed in the two last volumes of the Philosophical Transactions" (presumably in the field of actuarial science). William Morgan (anti-Mason), person whose disappearance sparked anti-Freemason hysteria in the United States.
William Morgan (Bible translator), 16th century translator of the Bible. Trevor Morgan (EastEnders), character in the British soap opera EastEnders. Trevor Morgan (actor), United States actor. Thomas Hunt Morgan, geneticist.
Sheryl Morgan, sprinter. Morgan, First Amendment scholar. Richard E. Peter Morgan, ran the Morgan Motor Company.
Lorrie Morgan, country music singer. Morgan, 19th Century pioneer of kinship studies. Lewis H. Kevin Morgan (porn star).
Morgan, mayor of Cape Breton, Nova Scotia. John W. Senator. John Tyler Morgan, U.S.
Morgan, American financier and banker. P. J. John Morgan (poker player), winner of $1,500 No Limit Hold'em event at the 1996 World Series of Poker.
John Morgan (poet). John Morgan (journalist). John Morgan (golfer). John Morgan (etiquette expert).
John Morgan (comedian). John Morgan (bishop), Archbishop of Wales from 1949 to 1957. John Morgan, on-air pseudonym of British radio presenter and executive John Myers. Representative.
John Jordan Morgan, U.S. John Hunt Morgan, Confederate Brigadier General during the American Civil War. James Morgan, British architect and engineer. Harry Morgan, actor best known for his role in M*A*S*H.
Henry Morgan (comedian), American radio and television personality. Henry Morgan (merchant), Canadian retail merchant. Henry Morgan, seventeenth century Welsh privateer or pirate, became English Governor of Jamaica [.]. Morgan, designer of the Morgan Dollar.
George T. Morgan, African American inventor. Garrett A. David Morgan (frontiersman), West Virginian frontiersman.
David Morgan (businessman), Australian businessman. Dan Morgan (footballer), American football player. Chris Morgan (politician), British politician. Chris Morgan (powerlifter), powerlifting champion.
Chris Morgan (journalist), journalist working for The Sunday Times (UK). Chris Morgan (footballer), English football player. Chris Morgan, alias of professional wrestler Chris Kanyon (Klucsaritis). Chesty Morgan, Polish-born actress known for her large breasts.
Lloyd Morgan, behaviorist best known for coining Morgan's Canon. C. Billy Morgan, first man to drink beer in Ohio bar after 131 years of prohibition. Augustus de Morgan, British mathematician and logician.
Morgan Spurlock, documentarian. Morgan Russell, abstract painter. Morgan Morgan, pioneer. Morgan Lewis (songwriter).
Morgan Lewis (governor), Governor of New York. Morgan Hamm, gymnast. Morgan Freeman, actor. Morgan Fairchild, actress.