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Morgan

surname, a very old Celtic name. As a type of horse, 1840, named for Justin Morgan (1747-1798), Vermont horse-breeder and music teacher; the breed was developed from a stallion he owned.

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Definitions of Morgan

Morgan (n.)
United States anthropologist who studied the Seneca (1818-1881);
Synonyms: Lewis Henry Morgan
Morgan (n.)
United States biologist who formulated the chromosome theory of heredity (1866-1945);
Synonyms: Thomas Hunt Morgan
Morgan (n.)
a Welsh buccaneer who raided Spanish colonies in the West Indies for the English (1635-1688);
Synonyms: Henry Morgan / Sir Henry Morgan
Morgan (n.)
soldier in the American Revolution who defeated the British in the battle of Cowpens, South Carolina (1736-1802);
Synonyms: Daniel Morgan
Morgan (n.)
United States financier and philanthropist (1837-1913);
Synonyms: J. P. Morgan / John Pierpont Morgan
Morgan (n.)
an American breed of small compact saddle horses;
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