Gordon definition

  • others:
    • Gordon, Charles George Referred To As "Chinese Gordon.” 1833-1885. Brit military officer who took part into the capture of Peking (Beijing) in 1860 and commanded the Chinese force that quashed the Taiping Rebellion (1863-1864).
  • proper-noun:
    • A surname.
    • Any of several locations, outdoors Scotland called for persons with the surname.
    • A male offered title transported from the surname. Desirable in britain in the first 50 % of the twentieth century.

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