Montague

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Gender: M Meaning of Montague: "pointy hill" Origin of Montague: French

The family name of Shakespeare's Romeo has an effete, monocled image.

Famous People Named Montague

Montague "Monte" Pfeffer, American baseball player for the former Philadelphia Athletics
Montague Ullman, American Psychoanalyst from Brooklyn
Montague Lessler, American representative from New York state
Montague Druitt, English barrister, suspect in the Jack the Ripper murders
Montague Chamberlain, American Businessman
Montague Rhodes James, English antiquarian and writer of ghost stories
(Augustus) Montague Summers, English literary critic and clergyman
Montague Graham Clark- U.S. educator from North Carolina
Montague George "Monty" Westmore, American movie make up artist

Pop Culture References for the name Montague

Romeo Montague and family, characters in Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet"
Duck the Great Western Engine aka Montague, an engine from TV's "Thomas and Friends"
Montague the Mouse, character from TV's "Johnny Test"
Montague Egg, detective in series by Dorothy L. Sayers
Montague "Monty" Bodkin, character in P. G. Wodehouse novels
Montague Brewster, main character in movie "Brewster's Millions"
Dr. Montague, supernatural investigator in Shirley Jackson's horror classic "The Haunting of Hill House"
Montague "Monty" D'Ysquith Navarro, main character in the Broadway musical "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder"
Montague Bone, character in Jenny Nimmo's "The Children of the Red King" series

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