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Anglicization of Welsh Conwy



Proper noun


Conway (countable and uncountable, plural Conways)

  1. A placename:
    1. The River Conway, the former English name of the River Conwy in North Wales.
    2. The former English spelling of Conwy, a town in North Wales.
    3. A number of places in the United States:
      1. A city, the county seat of Faulkner County, Arkansas.
      2. A census-designated place in Orange County, Florida.
      3. A minor city in Taylor County, Iowa.
      4. An unincorporated community in Jackson Township, McPherson County, Kansas.
      5. A village in Union Parish, Louisiana.
      6. A town in Franklin County, Massachusetts.
      7. A census-designated place in Little Traverse Township, Emmet County, Michigan.
      8. A township in Livingston County, Michigan.
      9. A minor city in Laclede County, Missouri.
      10. A town and census-designated place therein, in Carroll County, New Hampshire.
      11. A minor city in Walsh County, North Dakota.
      12. A town in Northampton County, North Carolina.
      13. A borough in Beaver County, Pennsylvania.
      14. A city, the county seat of Horry County, South Carolina.
      15. A short river in Virginia.
      16. A census-designated place in Skagit County, Washington.
    4. A locality in Whitsunday Region, Queensland, Australia.
    5. A river in north Canterbury, New Zealand, which flows into the Pacific Ocean.
  2. (countable) A habitational surname from Welsh derived from Conwy, the town or river in North Wales.
  3. (countable) A male given name transferred from the surname.



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