Tim Davies may refer to:
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Davies is a patronymic Welsh surname. It may be a corruption of Dyfed, itself a corruption of Dési, colonists from south-east Ireland who occupied the old tribal area of the Demetae in south-west Wales in the late third century AD, establishing a dynasty which lasted five centuries. Dyfed is recorded as a surname as late as the 12th century for e.g. Gwynfard Dyfed, born in 1175. 'Dafydd' appears as a given name in the 13th Century, e.g. Dafydd ap Gruffydd (1238–1283), Prince of Wales, and Dafydd ab Edmwnd, Welsh poet. The given name 'Dafydd' is generally translated into English as 'David'. Alternatively it may derive from David, the name of Wales's patron saint. In Wales Davies is standardly pronounced DAY-vis, that is, identically to Davis. This pronunciation also dominates elsewhere in the United Kingdom and is used by many outside it, though it competes with the spelling pronunciation DAY-veez, which is particularly common in the US.
Nick is a masculine given name. It is also often encountered as a short form (hypocorism) of the given names Nicholas, Nicola, Nicolas, Nikola, Nicolai or Nicodemus. It may refer to:
Ivor is an English masculine given name derived from Old Norse Ívarr . The Old Norse name was also adopted in Gaelic-speaking Ireland and Scotland, in the spelling Ímar. It was also adopted in Wales in the spelling Ifor. It is derived from the Old Norse elements ýr and herr : hence, "archer, bow warrior."
Chaz is an English masculine given name or nickname, originally derived from a short form of Charles, although it is also used occasionally as a short form of other given names such as Chastity or Charlton. Notable people referred to by this name include the following:
Mark Jones may refer to:
Jamie is a male and female name. It is a diminutive form of James or, more rarely, other names.
Tristan or Tristram or Tristen is a given name of Welsh origin. It originates from the Brythonic name Drust or Drustanus. It derives from a stem meaning "noise", seen in the modern Welsh noun trwst and the verb trystio "to clatter". The name has also been interpreted as meaning "bold."
James Davies may refer to:
Ryan is an English-language given name of Irish origin, and is used by both males and females. It comes from the Irish surname Ryan, which in turn comes from the Old Irish name Rian. Popular modern sources typically suggest that the name means "little king" or "illustrious", but the original meaning is unknown. According to John Ryan, Professor of Early and Medieval History at University College Dublin, "Rian, like Niall, seems to be so ancient that its meaning was lost before records began."
Robert Morgan may refer to:
Burton is an English surname with habitational origins.
Craig Davies may refer to:
Tim Clark or Timothy Clark may refer to:
Peter Harper may refer to:
David or Dave Lewis may refer to: