or Flemish Gent or French Gand geographical name city NW central Belgium capital of East Flanders population 230,246

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  • Ghent — This interesting surname, with variant spellings Jent and Ghent, is of early medieval French origin, and is from a nickname for one who was well born, courteous and noble in conduct . It derives from the Middle English gente , a development of… …   Surnames reference

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