An ancient city in what is now Turkey. (proper-noun)
A surname derived from Troyes in France. (proper-noun)
A male given name, originally transferred from the surname, but today associated with the classical city. (proper-noun)
Examples of word Troy
JERRY SCHERLING, TROY, MICHIGAN, POLICE: Basically, this is an office building in Troy, Michigan, in the area of Long Lake and Northfield Parkway (ph).
Together we will secure his legacy, and the world will remember the name Troy Anthony Davis.
Investigators identified Ms. Orna by distinctive tattoos on her body: a butterfly and the name Troy on her back and a pair of lips on her left breast area, the official said.
This year, because of a couple of different forces having to do both with enrollments and the local housing market, housing in Troy is going to be very difficult to find.
Cato at length grew so famous among them, that when Sylla designed to exhibit the sacred game of young men riding courses on horseback, which they called Troy, having gotten together the youth of good birth, he appointed two for their leaders.