Matthew

Matthew ist eine englische Form von Matthias und der Vorname folgender Personen:


Familienname von:

  • Colin Matthew (1941–1999), britischer Historiker, Herausgeber des Oxford Dictionary of National Biography
  • George Frederic Matthew (1837–1923), kanadischer Paläontologe
  • Nick Matthew (* 1980), englischer Squashspieler
  • William Diller Matthew (1871–1930), kanadisch-US-amerikanischer Paläontologe


Inseln:


Orte in den Vereinigten Staaten:

  • Matthew (Kentucky)
  • Matthew (Washington)


Sonstiges:

  • Matthew ist der Name eines tropischen Sturms, der im September 2010 in der Karibik auftrat.


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