A male given name, transferred from the surname. (proper-noun)
Examples of word Landon
_Letitia E.izabeth Landon_, 1802-1839: more gifted, and yet not as well trained as either of the preceding, Miss Landon (L.E. L.) has given vent to impassioned sentiment in poetry and prose.
Chitown Kev says: @Landon Bryce: Hey, DeVal Patrick and David Paterson, Landon.
Good vote winner for the Tories in Landon at the next election if they chose to run with it - and now try arguing against it, when it is in place in Glasgow, one of the cheapest cities in Britain to live in, if not the cheapest
But "Gravity Defying Bosoms" with Blake Hutchins, Deb Taber, Kristin Landon and Mary Robinette Kowal, was more fun (and more relevant) than that panel had a right to be.
Author Kristin Landon penned a trilogy that demonstrates how character-driven elements can deepen the emotional resonance of the setting and ideas.