Crossword clues for remy
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
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Land area (2000): 12.945796 sq. miles (33.529457 sq. km)
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Total area (2000): 12.957784 sq. miles (33.560506 sq. km)
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Remy or Rémy is a name of French origin, and is associated with the Latin name Remigius.
- Remy (name)
Rémy, Remy, Rémi or Remi is a name of French origin, and is associated with the Latin name Remigius. People with the name Remy include:
Usage examples of "remy".
I saw Remy and Ti-Philippe, grinning like idiots, while behind me, Fortun and Joscelin exchanged hearty greetings with Quintilius Rousse.
Luc, Remy, Tee-John, and Jimmy were groomsmen or ushers—equally hunkish, in everyone's opinion.
He rubbed his abdomen as the slurry of Remy Martin chasing martinis on an empty stomach began to gurgle within it.
She got up, walked into the bedroom, and returned a moment later clutching a bottle of Remy Martin in one hand and three brandy snifters in the other.
Aveva comprato il brandy Remy Martin dopo la morte di Violet, perché.
She spent the next two hours sipping at a single glass of Remy Martin.
Then she shrugged, picked up the bottle of Remy Martin, poured her snifter almost full, and gazed away.
He poured Maeve a Remy Martin and sat down on the couch beside her.
And obviously to find time to carefully consider his reply, he leaned forward and picked up the bottle of Remy Martin and poured from it carefully into his glass.
Giordino sat demurely with his hands in his lap, called over the waiter and ordered a Remy Martin.