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n. 1 (surname: from=Irish) 2 (given name male from=surnames) transferred from the surname. 3 A ghost town in British Columbia 4 An unincorporated community in Florida 5 A village in Nebraska 6 A city in Wyoming

Cody, WY -- U.S. city in Wyoming
Population (2000): 8835
Housing Units (2000): 4113
Land area (2000): 9.277192 sq. miles (24.027816 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.243378 sq. miles (0.630347 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 9.520570 sq. miles (24.658163 sq. km)
FIPS code: 15760
Located within: Wyoming (WY), FIPS 56
Location: 44.523244 N, 109.057109 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 82414
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Cody, WY
Cody, NE -- U.S. village in Nebraska
Population (2000): 149
Housing Units (2000): 81
Land area (2000): 1.025865 sq. miles (2.656978 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.025865 sq. miles (2.656978 sq. km)
FIPS code: 09760
Located within: Nebraska (NE), FIPS 31
Location: 42.936822 N, 101.246549 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 69211
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Cody, NE
Cody (Final Fight)

is a video game character who debuted as the lead character of Capcom's 1989 beat-em-up Final Fight. He would appear as a playable character in Street Fighter Alpha 3 and later Final Fight-related spin-offs. Cody is an American street brawler and vigilante who specializes in knife fighting. He was given the full name Cody Travers in Final Fight: Streetwise. The character's reception has been mostly positive.

Cody (TV series)

Cody was a series of six Australian telemovies starring Gary Sweet, which were made for the Seven Network in 1994 and 1995. Sweet played the title character Cody, an unconventional police detective, described by Screen Australia as a "larrikin cop, on the trail of crimes".

Cody (Duluth)

The Cody neighborhood is located within the West Duluth district of Duluth, Minnesota, United States.

Cody Street, Highland Street, 59th Avenue West, and West 8th Street are four of the main routes in the Cody neighborhood.

Keene Creek flows through the neighborhood.


Cody is a surname and male given name. It may also be spelled Codey, Codie, Codee, Kodi or Kody.

According to A Dictionary of First Names, Cody is "a transferred use of the Irish surname, an Anglicized form of Gaelic O'Cuidighthigh 'descendant of Cuidightheach' (originally a byname for a helpful person), or of Mac Oda 'son of Oda' (a personal name of uncertain origin)." Other translations say that its meaning is derived from Greek as "pillow." "Use as a given name in the United States especially has been at least in part inspired by William Frederick Cody (1846–1917), better known as ' Buffalo Bill', the showman of the Wild West."

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Cody (surname)

Cody is a surname that may also be spelled Codey. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Bill Cody, Jr. (1925-1989), American actor
  • Brian Cody (1954-) Irish hurling coach
  • Buffalo Bill Cody (1846-1917), American wild west figure
  • David Codey (born 1957), Australian rugby player
  • Diablo Cody (born 1978), American screenwriter
  • Henry John Cody (1868-1951), Canadian university president
  • Hiram Alfred Cody (1872-1948), American author
  • Iron Eyes Cody (1907-1999), American actor
  • Jack Cody (1885-1963), American swimming coach
  • James A. Cody (1965- ), American U.S. Air Force leader
  • John Cody (1921-2001), American union leader
  • John Cody (1907-1982), American archbishop
  • Liza Cody (born 1944), British author
  • Mac Cody (born 1972), American football player
  • Morrill Cody (1901-1987), American diplomat
  • Richard Cody (born 1950), American general
  • Richard Codey (born 1946), American politician
  • Robert Tree Cody, Native American musician
  • Samuel Franklin Cody (1867-1913), American showman and aviator
  • Shaun Cody (born 1983), American football player
  • Sherwin Cody (1868-1959), American writer
  • Terrence Cody (born 1988), American football player
  • Wayne Cody (1936-2002), American sportscaster
Cody (band)

Cody stylized as CODY is a Danish musical band founded by the Danish roots musician and songwriter Kasper Kaae in 2009. The band with Kaae as lead singer performs alternative country, pop and Nordic folk music and has released three albums and two EPs to date.

Front man and songwriter Kaspar Kaae began writing songs of his own in 2006 and several musicians and friends later joined playing the Danish Roskilde Festival three times, G! Festival, Spot Festival, By:Larm, Fusion Feestival, Montreux Jazz Festival. Their music has been used in soundtrack of German film 12 Meter Ohne Kopf and Danish films En Familie, Kapringen and Me & You Forever.

Usage examples of "cody".

Cody saw the Spanish Inquisition pronouncing judgment on generations of poor Andean Indies as well as their own kind, serpentine tendrils and teeth and ichorous suckers fluttering from the foreheads of parasitized judges and prosecutors.

Hank, Belle, and Cody sitting around the table, sipping coffee, and discussing someone named Edna.

Cody forced himself to stand motionless as he contemplated the beguiling but deceitful work of art.

Cody proved to be a mannersome child, and he ended up most weekday afternoons with Amy, watching movies on the television.

Cody paid less attention to the panoply of sounds than he did to the shuddering stone.

Not every one of these trees and plants had been parasitized by the unknown, ominous creatures Cody could now see clearly, but enough of them were to cause him to jerk sharply on the wheel and send the car screeching away from the greenbelt bordering the school and over into the fast lane.

Cody was at once fascinated and hor-rifled by the parasitized man sitting across the table from him.

As the Reverend Ahnsworth Cody waited for the others to shuffle out of the economy class cabin of flight 212, Miami International to New Orleans, he thought, somewhat pettily, that there was more room in most caskets than there was in the seats in which he and Margaret had ridden from Miami.

Emily Carlisle, an arachnologist with the University of Arizona, how Carlisle plays matchmaker between Cody and Hardin, is wonderful, unfortunately, it takes up all too few pages of the book.

He had the bluest eyes Cody had ever seen, a ready sense of humor, and the ability to flay a student naked with a casual, sometimes off-hand comment.

I even talked to Codman Cody about trying to sneak off the island at night in his boat, have him land me somewhere on the coast and see what happens .

Tennessee and North Carolina lost so many police officers, I asked Colonel Cody to handpick a battalion of men from his own people and from those units of the regular military who remain loyal to us.

Cody could tell, the surface on which Oelefse was standing was identical to that which surrounded them, right down to the glittering mat of eight-inch-high multihued growths.

And she kept telling Pursley that there was a dynamite angle here because they could implicate Cody fucking Harwood, if they played their cards right, and was he ever due for it, the bastard.

Old Bill Cody had started to grow his hair shoulder-length and wear fringed white buckskins like some of those sissy boys who stayed in camp with the women.