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Definition of Alday

Alday
Alday Al"day, adv. Continually. [Obs.] --Chaucer.

Meaning of Alday from wikipedia

- Alday is a surname. The Basque noble family Alday, whose coat of arms is shown at right, originated in Getxo. Notable people with the surname include:...
- Pilar de Valderrama Alday (27 September 1889 – 15 October 1979) was a Spanish poet and playwright identified with postmodernism. She was also known as...
- footballer who plays for Dorados de Sinaloa of the Ascenso MX. "LIGA BBVA Bancomer MX". ascensomx.net. Retrieved 2015-10-18. Luis Trujillo Alday at Soccerway...
- W. 'Gene' E. Alday, Jr. (August 17, 1957 – October 9, 2016) was an American Republican politician. He was a member of the Mississippi House of Representatives...
- Manuel Alday Marticorena (5 September 1917 – 28 December 1976), was a Spanish footballer who pla**** for Real Madrid. "Alday tumbó al Español en el abultado...
- 823) Protagonists: Blanca Dicenta (Elena González), Diego Alday (Rubén de Eguía), Samuel Alday (Juan Gareda) and Úrsula Dicenta (Montse Alcoverro) Fourth...
- route to Florida the men came upon the Alday farm in Donalsonville. They stopped at a mobile home owned by Jerry Alday and his wife Mary, to look for gas...
- John Alday (fl. 1570), was an English translator of semi-philosophical and cl****ical works in the reign of Queen Elizabeth I. He was described by Thomas...
- Santiago Manuel de Alday y Aspée (1712, Concepción – 1789, Santiago) was a Chilean Roman Catholic priest. He served as Bishop of Santiago from 1755 to...
- James Alday (1516–1576?) was a 16th-century English navigator, explorer and privateer. He parti****ted in raids against the Spanish with fellow privateers...
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