Montague

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Montague (plural Montagues)

  1. A surname, variant of Montagu.
  2. A male given name.
  3. A member of Romeo's family in William Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet.
  4. (figuratively) By analogy with the Shakespearean play, a member or citizen of the family, party, or country of the husband in a Romeo and Juliet couple.
  5. A city in California
  6. A town in Massachusetts
  7. A city in Michigan
  8. A town in New York
  9. A township in Ontario
  10. A town in Prince Edward Island
  11. An unincorporated census-designated place in Texas

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