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Tie has two principal meanings:


Tie or TIE may also refer to:

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Ki or KI may refer to:

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William Mackenzie, McKenzie, Mckenzie or MacKenzie may refer to:

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X is the 24th letter of the Latin alphabet.

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Mer or MER may refer to:

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Robert Lewis may refer to:

The given name Logan is derived from the Scottish surname Logan, which is in turn derived from a place name. The likely origin of this surname is a place located near Auchinleck, in Ayrshire. The place name is derived from the Scottish Gaelic lagan, which is a diminutive of lag, which in turn means "hollow". The given name is borne by males and females.

Alex is a given name. It can refer to a shortened version of Alexander, Alexandra, Alexis.

Cody is a unisex given name. Spellings include Codi, Codie, Coedee, Kodi, Kodie, and Kody. Other variants are Coady and Codey. Cody is also a surname.

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