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n. A soft, moist, mild cheese made with a washed-curd process. n. 1 (surname habitational from=Old English) 2 (given name male from=surnames), transferred from the surname. 3 One of two villages in England. 4 A village in the Isle of Man. 5 A city and county seat in Kansas. 6 A city and town in Wisconsin.

Colby, KS -- U.S. city in Kansas
Population (2000): 5450
Housing Units (2000): 2405
Land area (2000): 3.337786 sq. miles (8.644826 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 3.337786 sq. miles (8.644826 sq. km)
FIPS code: 14650
Located within: Kansas (KS), FIPS 20
Location: 39.392093 N, 101.047532 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 67701
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Colby, KS
Colby, WI -- U.S. city in Wisconsin
Population (2000): 1616
Housing Units (2000): 645
Land area (2000): 1.482449 sq. miles (3.839525 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.482449 sq. miles (3.839525 sq. km)
FIPS code: 16150
Located within: Wisconsin (WI), FIPS 55
Location: 44.910186 N, 90.317058 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 54421
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Colby, WI

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Colby (surname)

Colby is a surname. Notable people with the surname include:

  • Anita Colby (1914–1972), actress
  • Anthony Colby (1792–1873), Governor of New Hampshire
  • Bainbridge Colby (1869–1950)
  • Barbara Colby (1940–1975), actress
  • C.B. Colby (1904-1977) American author
  • Charles Carroll Colby (1827–1907), Canadian politician
  • Danielle Colby (born 1975), burlesque dancer, fashion designer and American reality television personality
  • Everett Colby, New Jersey state Senator
  • Flick Colby (1946-2011), dancer in the British troupe Pan's People
  • Frank Moore Colby (1865–1925), educator and writer
  • Gerard Colby, author
  • Jamie Colby, TV presenter
  • John Colby (1787–1813), preacher
  • John Colby (musician), American musician
  • Thomas Frederick Colby (1784–1852), geographer
  • William Colby (1920–1996), Director of the CIA
  • William Edward Colby (1865–1974), first Secretary of the Sierra Club
Colby (given name)

Colby is a given name. Notable people with the name include:

  • Colby Armstrong (born 1982), ice hockey player
  • Colby Bockwoldt (born 1981), American football player in the NFL
  • Colby Buzzell (born 1976), soldier and journalist
  • Colbie Caillat (born 1985), American pop singer-songwriter
  • Colby Chandler (CEO), CEO of Eastman-Kodak
  • Colby Cohen (born 1989), American ice hockey player
  • Colby Cooper (born 1976), Assistant US Secretary of State
  • Colby Cosh (born 1971), journalist
  • Colby Donaldson (born 1974), actor
  • Colby O'Donis, singer
  • Colby French, actor
  • Colby Lewis (born 1979), baseball player
  • Colby Miller, VJ
  • Colby Paul, American child actor
  • Colby Rasmus (born 1986), baseball player
  • Colby Shea, guitarist
  • Colby Starck, drummer

Fictional characters:

  • Colby Granger, character from television series Numb3rs
  • Colby Chandler, character from the daytime soap opera, All My Children

Category:English masculine given names Category:French masculine given names Category:German masculine given names

Colby (RIRTR station)

Colby is a former Rochester Industrial and Rapid Transit Railway station located in Rochester, New York. It was closed in 1956 along with the rest of the line.

Usage examples of "colby".

When their discussion came to an end I pulled back, let Vance Colby through without him seeing me, and after he was out and in his car I went inside to where Miles was hunched up behind his desk, his face looking like he had just been whipped.

He went to Ankara several times to salvage something from the strained relationship, setting up a small liaison headquarters in Ankara under Lieutenant General Colby Broadwater, who served as his conduit to the Turkish General Staff.

Charles Colby made a small ceremony of handing her the papers which established her new status as a freedwoman of the colony.

Colby hotfoot for his horse, and Anna apprehensively back to her mistress.

Colby suddenly drew the old man away from the women and spoke to him in a Lakota dialect, softly, so that none of the neighbors could overhear.

Wheatly sat on the big sofa, mostly ignoring the mug of coffee Vidalia had insisted someone bring him, while other officers, Jimmy Corona and his long-time partner, fellow former Chicago cop Colby Benton among them, were upstairs, doing whatever it was cops did in cases like this.

There was a gang of gunmen known as the Colby Gang that left a trail of killings across Texas.

Some of the flock was made up of the aging survivors of the pullets bestowed on her by Jane Colby as a wedding gift, but the majority embraced their more youthful descendants.

Gentleman Colby returned to his first love and reached for another card.

The seething crowd, surged toward the door carrying Colby along with its tide.

The television cameras had been carefully placed, so that Rhoum and the woman could see, on the wide screen, every corner of the room which Colby had just entered, even the young and lovely woman who sat, dressed in a loose neo-nylon robe, on the divan.

He rose from his desk and walked around the divan to Helen Colby, placing a light hand on her shoulder.

After cursing that they were putting his horse at risk for the distemper, which the board of health had warned was imminent after a review of stable conditions, Colby sped through small avenues and down unlit frozen pastures.

There was one half page of notes and pictures devoted to the engagement of one Anita Bannerman to Vance Colby, a prominent realtor who had settled in Culver City some year and a half before.

I had something else to tell them they would like to have heard, but the entrance of Vance Colby stopped that.