Everett[ev′ər it, ev′rit]
Everett definition by Webster's New World
a masculine name
Origin: Dutch Evert, Everhart ; from Old French Everart ; from Old High German Eburhart ; from ebur, wild boar plush harto, strong (see hard): hence, literally , strong (as a) wild boar
Everett, Edward 1794-1865; U.S. statesman, orator, & clergyman
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port in NW Wash., on Puget Sound: pop. 91,000
Origin: after Everett Colby, son of a founder
Everett definition by American Heritage Dictionary
- A city of eastern Massachusetts, an industrial suburb of Boston. Population: 37,000.
- A city of northwest Washington on Puget Sound north of Seattle. It is a port and has lumbering, paper, and aircraft industries. Population: 98,500.