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Ely, NV -- U.S. city in Nevada
Population (2000): 4041
Housing Units (2000): 2205
Land area (2000): 7.129096 sq. miles (18.464273 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 7.129096 sq. miles (18.464273 sq. km)
FIPS code: 23500
Located within: Nevada (NV), FIPS 32
Location: 39.253308 N, 114.877336 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 89301
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Ely, NV
Ely, IA -- U.S. city in Iowa
Population (2000): 1149
Housing Units (2000): 434
Land area (2000): 1.354788 sq. miles (3.508885 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.000000 sq. miles (0.000000 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 1.354788 sq. miles (3.508885 sq. km)
FIPS code: 25365
Located within: Iowa (IA), FIPS 19
Location: 41.875431 N, 91.583061 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 52227
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Ely, IA
Ely, MN -- U.S. city in Minnesota
Population (2000): 3724
Housing Units (2000): 1912
Land area (2000): 2.719149 sq. miles (7.042563 sq. km)
Water area (2000): 0.003159 sq. miles (0.008183 sq. km)
Total area (2000): 2.722308 sq. miles (7.050746 sq. km)
FIPS code: 19142
Located within: Minnesota (MN), FIPS 27
Location: 47.902244 N, 91.855846 W
ZIP Codes (1990): 55731
Note: some ZIP codes may be omitted esp. for suburbs.
Ely, MN

Ely or ELY may refer to:

Ely (surname)

'''Ely '''is a surname which may refer to:

  • Alfred Ely (1815-1892), American politician
  • Arthur V. Ely (1912–1942), United States Navy officer and Navy Cross recipient
  • Ben Ely (born 1970), Australian musician
  • Bill Ely (1869–1957), Australian politician
  • Bob Ely (born 1958), American entrepreneur, former investment banker and 2012 presidential candidate
  • Dudley Ely (1817–1895), first mayor of South Norwalk, Connecticut
  • Eugene Burton Ely (1886-1911), American aviation pioneer
  • Frederick D. Ely (1838-1921), American politician
  • Harold Ely (1909–1983), American football player
  • Harry Ely, American football and baseball coach, mainly in the 1890s
  • Harry Ely (baseball), American baseball player
  • Helena Rutherfurd Ely (1858–1920), American author, amateur gardener and founding member of the Garden Club of America
  • Jack Ely (1943–2015), American guitarist and singer, best known for singing the Kingsmen's version of "Louie Louie"
  • Janet Ely (born 1953), American diver
  • Joe Ely (born 1947), American singer, songwriter and guitarist
  • John Ely (disambiguation)
  • Joseph B. Ely (1881–1956), 52nd Governor of Massachusetts
  • Melvin Ely (born 1978), American basketball player
  • Michael Ely, author
  • Nathaniel Ely (1605–1675), founding settler of Hartford and Norwalk, Connecticut
  • Reginald Ely (fl. 1438-1471), English architect
  • Richard T. Ely (1854-1943), American economist
  • Rodrigo Ely (born 1993), Brazilian-Italian footballer
  • Ron Ely (born 1938), stage name of American actor Ronald Pierce
  • Shyra Ely (born 1983), American former Women's National Basketball Association player
  • Smith Ely, Jr. (1825–1911), New York City mayor and member of the United States House of Representatives
  • Sumner Ely (1787–1857), New York politician
  • Theodore N. Ely (1846-1916), American businessman
  • Thomas C. Ely, American bishop
  • Victoria Joyce Ely (1889–1979), American nurse
  • William Ely (disambiguation)
Ely (given name)

Ely is a given name which may refer to:

  • Ely Allen (born 1986), American former soccer player
  • Ely do Amparo (1921-1991), Brazilian footballer
  • Eleandre Ely Buendia (born 1970), Filipino musician, writer and director, songwriter and lead vocalist of the rock band Eraserheads
  • Eliezer Ely Capacio (1955–2014), Philippine Basketball Association player, coach and executive
  • Ely Culbertson (1891–1955), American contract bridge player, popularizer and writer
  • Ely Galleani (born 1953), Italian retired film actress
  • Ely Guerra (born 1972), Mexican singer-songwriter
  • Ely Jacques Kahn (1884–1972), American commercial architect
  • Ely S. Parker (1828-1895), Seneca attorney, engineer, diplomat, Union brevet brigadier general in the American Civil War and first Native American Commissioner of Indian Affairs
  • Ely Tacchella (born 1936), Swiss former footballer
  • Ely Thadeu (born 1982), Brazilian footballer

Usage examples of "ely".

Everyone came in jeans or and the food consisted of cheese and crackers, carrot ely sticks with dill dip, and her famous, artery-clogging guacamole and taco chips--or if it was a formal sit-down dinner, lasagna and garlic bread.

In 1977 artist Ely Kish worked with paleontologist Dale Russell to bring a vanished world to life, the dinosaurs of Western Canada.

Exec, Lenn Massey, and his Operations Officer, Art Ely, conferred with Jim Gray.

Elys replied hesitantly, for she had been too busy planning the altar-cloth and the burse to consider the cope in any detail.

In the meantime Ely, fortified by his new legateship and disregarding his own excommunication at Reading, excommunicated the regency in England severally and by name, saving only John and one lone justiciar who had remained at least neutral in the late upheavals.

James was poisoned at a supper in Ely House in 1546, and Thomas the Black Earl, his son and heir, was brought up at the English court, professing the reformed religion.

By Sawdde, Senny, Dovey, Dee, Edw, Eden, Aled, all, Taff and Towy broad and free, Llyfnant with its waterfall, Claerwen, Cleddau, Dulais, Daw, Ely, Gwili, Ogwr, Nedd, Small is our River Dewi, Lord, A baby on a rushy bed.

The seventh thurifer wriggled eel-like through the press of bodies and appeared suddenly close before Elys, gazing up at her with wide-eyed admiration.

Elys tried to take comfort from what they all said, but, as the weather turned colder, she was haunted by the thought of Aylwin locked in an unheated cell, cold and wretched, perhaps taking a chill or an ague.

Sunday afternoons now that the weather is good Alphonse takes the trolley to Ely with one of the two dimes he keeps from his pay packet.

Using a piece of driftwood, Andas cleared off the ugly scum along the edge, and then they laid Elys in the turgid water, Andas kneeling in the stinking liquid to support her.

The warrener, meanwhile, was looking about for somewhere to put the bunch of furry bodies which he held in one hand, and which Elys was trying to avoid looking at, for she always felt sorry to see dead conies although she was not averse to eating them when they appeared, roasted or in a pie, at the supper-table.

He then winked at Elys, asked her gravely if she would be so kind as to tell Mistress Mayngod that Edwin was busy with an injured ferret, and would not be bringing any conies until tomorrow.

He summoned Fergal and Cumara to accompany him and crossed the Shannon into Ely territory.

I shall make for Cardun, where, if you change your mind, I shall hope to meet you, and then shall march with those who will for the swamps of Ely, where doubtless large numbers of fugitives will gather, for unless the Romans drive their causeways into its very heart they can scarce penetrate in any other way.