Tony Currie may refer to:
Tony Currie is a Scottish broadcaster who currently works as a continuity announcer for BBC Scotland.
Anthony William Currie is an English former footballer who had significant spells for Sheffield United, Leeds United and Queens Park Rangers as well as representing England.
Anthony Currie is a Canadian retired ice hockey forward who spent 8 seasons in the National Hockey League between 1977 and 1985.
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Blair is an English-language name of Scottish Gaelic origin. The surname is derived from any of the numerous places in Scotland named Blair. These place names are derived from the Scottish Gaelic blàr, meaning "plain" and "field". The given name Blair is unisex and derived from the surname. Blair is generally a masculine name in Scotland, although it is more popular in North America, where it is also a feminine name. A variant spelling of the given name is Blaire. In 2016, in the United States, Blair was the 521st most popular name for girls born that year, and the 1807st most popular for boys.
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Darren is a masculine given name of uncertain etymological origins. Some theories state that it originated from an Anglicisation of the Irish first name Darragh or Dáire, meaning "oak tree". According to other theories, it is a variant of Darrell, which originated from the French surname D'Airelle, meaning "of Airelle". The common spelling of Darren is found in the Welsh language, meaning "edge": Black Darren and Red Darren are found on the eastern side of the Hatterrall Ridge, west of Long Town. Darren has several spelling variations including: Daren, Darin, Daryn, Darrin and Darryn.
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Currie is a surname in the English language. The name has numerous origins.
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Derek is a male name. It is the English language short form of Diederik, the Low Franconian form of the name Theodoric. Theodoric is an old Germanic name with an original meaning of "people-ruler".
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Doug is a male personal name. It is sometimes a given name, but more often it is hypocorism which takes the place of a given name, usually Douglas. Notable people with the name include: