Crossword clues for owen
- Funny Wilson
- Wilson of "Wedding Crashers"
- Wilson of Tinseltown
- Film critic Gleiberman
- Wilson of "Midnight in Paris"
- Wilson of "Shanghai Noon"
- Wilson of "Starsky & Hutch," 2004
- Actor Wilson
- ___ D. Young (Time's Man of the Year in 1929)
- ___ Glendower, last Welshman to hold the title Prince of Wales
- Danny DeVito's "Throw Momma From the Train" role
- Meany of story
- Writer Wister
- Wilson of "The Internship"
- Wilson of "Meet the Parents"
- Wilson of "Starsky & Hutch"
- Wilson of "The Life Aquatic With Steve Zissou"
- English poet Wilfred ___
- Actor Wilson of "Midnight in Paris"
- Actor Clive of Cinemax's "The Knick"
- Poet Wilfred ___
- Wister who was known as the father of western fiction
- Wister or Wilson
- English comparative anatomist and paleontologist who was an opponent of Darwinism (1804-1892)
- Welsh industrialist and social reformer who founded cooperative communities (1771-1858)
- Poet Wilfred
- TV lawyer _____ Marshall
- John Irving's "A Prayer for ___ Meany"
- Novelist Wister
- Glass-___ Currency Act, 1913
- "A Prayer for ___ Meany"
- "Dulce et Decorum Est" poet
- Meany of literature
- "___ Wingrave" (Britten opera)
- Writer ___ Wister
- Irving's ___ Meany
- Western writer ___ Wister
- W.W. I poet Wilfred
- Pulitzer-winning playwright ___ Davis
- Wilson of "Zoolander"
- Actor Reginald, who played both Dr. Watson and Sherlock Holmes
- ___ Wilson of "The Royal Tenenbaums"
- Glendower who revolted against Henry IV
- Wister who wrote "The Virginian"
- Wilson of "Shanghai Knights"
- "Children of Men" star Clive
- Western writer Wister
- Wilson of "The Darjeeling Limited"
- "The Virginian" author Wister
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Owen \Ow"en\, a.[See Own.]
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Celtic masc. proper name, ultimately from Greek eugenes "well-born;" via Gaelic Eòghann, Old Irish Eogán, Old Welsh Eugein, Ougein. In Medieval records, frequently Latinized as Eugenius; the form Eugene emerged in Scotland by late 12c. The Breton form Even led to modern French Ivain. Owenite in reference to the communistic system of social reformer Robert Owen (1771-1858) is attested from 1829.
Housing Units (2000): 455
Land area (2000): 1.831942 sq. miles (4.744707 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.025901 sq. miles (0.067083 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.857843 sq. miles (4.811790 sq. km)
FIPS code: 60825
Located within: Wisconsin (WI), FIPS 55
Location: 44.948330 N, 90.564740 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 54460
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Housing Units (2000): 5345
Land area (2000): 352.140386 sq. miles (912.039375 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 2.017056 sq. miles (5.224152 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 354.157442 sq. miles (917.263527 sq. km)
Located within: Kentucky (KY), FIPS 21
Location: 38.506605 N, 84.808937 W
Owen County, KY
Housing Units (2000): 9853
Land area (2000): 385.178077 sq. miles (997.606598 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 2.653426 sq. miles (6.872342 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 387.831503 sq. miles (1004.478940 sq. km)
Located within: Indiana (IN), FIPS 18
Location: 39.307950 N, 86.818225 W
Owen County, IN
Owen may refer to:
Owen is a solo project of Mike Kinsella, and part of the Chicago, Illinois indie rock scene.
Kinsella is one of the dominant and influential figures in the Chicago indie scene, having also led the band American Football, and played in the bands Cap'n Jazz, Joan of Arc, The One Up Downstairs and Owls, and most recently Their/ They're/There.
Owen is known for its soft melodies, complex acoustics, combining lead acoustics with keyboard and other guitars, plaintive vocals and on occasions adding drums. It can be seen as a natural progression for Kinsella, from the progressive and experimental severity of Joan of Arc via the more melodic-progressive American Football.
Owen is the eponymous full-length debut album by the band Owen. It was released on September 18, 2001.
Owen (first name and dates unknown) was an English first-class cricketer associated with Cambridge Town Club who was active in the 1820s. He is recorded in one match, totalling 16 runs with a highest score of 8.
The Owen was an automobile built in Detroit, Michigan by the Owen Motor Car Company from 1910-14. The Owen was a seven-seat touring car and came equipped with a 50 hp, 6.9 liter four-cylinder engine. It had a central gear change and was one of the first vehicles to have this technical innovation. The vehicle cost $4,000 and came equipped with 42 inch tires.
Usage examples of "owen".
Beide, Owen und Saint Simon, mehr Beachtung und Anhang fanden, als er.
But stand he must unto his owen harm, For when he spake, he was anon borne down With Hendy Nicholas and Alisoun.
He left Bruce and Owen, passing Dick Brodder en route who started a tirade.
He looked around curiously, smiled a hello at Cranston and receded into the background as Brodder and Owen entered.
Museum by Sir Walter Elliot, but it does not appear to be mentioned by Professor Owen in his notice of the Indian Cetacea collected by Sir Walter Elliot.
Owen kept a wary eye on it as he followed Cyder and Hazel through the crush.
The figure brushed Cyder aside as though she was a child and stood smiling down at Hazel, ignoring Owen completely.
The noise returned to its previous level, and Owen was about to leave when Cyder stepped in front of him and put a restraining hand on his chest.
Professor Owen, however, although a derivationist, or evolutionist, is a very strenuous anti-Darwinian.
Next year us moved to dis place, he own it then but Marster Arthur Owens owns it now.
Owens, Jon Halper, Jackson Schmidt, Steve Horst, and Chris Doolan all said or did things that got blended in.
Figure 88 represents Miss Owens, an exhibitionist, whose hair measured eight feet three inches.
Tom Owen and his assistant, Fogo, with the help of the ring-keepers, plucked up the stakes and ropes, and carried them off across country.
Tom Owen and his singular assistant, Fogo, who combined the functions of prize-fighter and of poet, though, fortunately for himself, he could use his fists better than his pen, soon had the ring arranged according to the rules then in vogue.
Miss Ginch I agreed with Owen Griffith that tender passages between her and her employer were exceedingly unlikely.