A surname, derived from the common noun white. (proper-noun)
Examples of word White
Bar employee Bryan White told police that once outside, Benson complained that "all these white boys are ganging up on me and kicking me out," then punched White in the face.
What would happen if Hillary started asking white people to vote for her because she is White?
He's come close to fulfilling his pledge to appoint a cabinet that "looks like America"; and Clinton watchers rate the odds of another white male's replacing Byron (Whizzer) White on the Supreme Court as only slightly higher than White's replacing Emmitt Smith on the Dallas Cowboys.
While some Republican white evangelicals swung to vote Democratic in the 2006 midterm elections, at the same time, the Christian right brought a large number of evangelicals, Black and White, to the polls.
Dawkins, whose showboating Philadelphia 76ers lost to Bill Walton's Portland Trailblazers in an epic 1977 NBA Finals confrontation between the black and white games, now says, "The black game by itself is too chaotic and much too selfish… White culture places more of a premium on winning, and less on self-indulgent preening and chest-beating."