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Irving

Irving is originally a Scottish surname, a variant of the name Irvine, which is derived from the eponymous River Irvine in Dumfriesshire. It may also refer to:

Contents

  • Persons 1
    • Family name 1.1
    • First name 1.2
  • Places 2
    • Canada 2.1
    • United States 2.2
  • Companies 3
  • Other uses 4
  • See also 5

Persons

Family name

First name

Places

Canada

United States

Companies

Other uses

  • "Irving", World War II Allied code-name for the Japanese Nakajima J1N aircraft
  • Operation Irving, a military operation that took place in Vietnam in October 1966
  • Irving (band), an American indie rock band
  • Irving (comics), a Marvel Comics character
  • Irving, the main character's love interest in Cathy (comic strip)
  • "Irving", designation for the Metal Gear Gekko in the video game Metal Gear Solid 4
  • Irving, a magic sword belonging to Joe the Barbarian in Jack Chalker's Dancing Gods series of fantasy novels
  • Lloyd Irving, the main protagonist in the Tales of Symphonia video game
  • "Irving (Jaggered Sixteenths)", the B-side instrumental jazz tune accompanying The Crystals' 1964 A-side hit "All Grown Up"

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