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- Cheyne: Cheyne is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include: Surname: John Cheyne (speaker) Speaker of the House (14th century) John
- Cheyne baronets: The Cheyne Baronetcy, of Leagart in the parish of Fetlar and North Yell in the County of Zetland, is a title in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom. It
- Watson Cheyne: Kingdom. Cheyne was born at sea off Hobart, Tasmania. His father, Andrew Cheyne, was the eldest of two illegitimate children born to James Cheyne, brother
- Cheyne–Stokes respiration: Cheyne–Stokes respiration /ˈtʃeɪnˈstoʊks/ is an abnormal pattern of breathing characterized by progressively deeper and sometimes faster breathing, followed
- Cheyne Walk: Cheyne Walk is a historic street, in Chelsea, in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Cheyne Walk forms part of the A3212 and A3220 trunk roads;
- William Cheyne: William Cheyne may refer to: William Cheyne (died 1420) (c.1374–1420), MP for Dorset (UK Parliament constituency) William Cheyne (15th century MP) for
- John Cheyne: John Cheyne may refer to: Sir John Cheyne (speaker) (died 1414), Speaker of the House of Commons John Cheyne (MP for Buckinghamshire) (died c.1447), MP
- John Cheyne, Baron Cheyne: John Cheyne (or Cheney), Baron Cheyne KG KB (ca. 1442 – 1499) was Master of the Horse to King Edward IV and personal bodyguard to King Henry VII of England
- George Cheyne: George Cheyne may refer to: George Cheyne (physician) (1671–1743), British physician and medical writer George Cheyne (settler) (1790–1869), early settler
- Alec Cheyne: Alexander George "Alec" Cheyne (28 April 1907 – 5 July 1983) was a Scottish footballer who played as an inside-forward. He is reputed to have been responsible
Meaning of the Name 'Cheyne'
- Meaning: Oak-hearted.
- Origin: French
- Gender: Male