Tobin

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Tobin (Gaelic: Tóibín, from the Norman surname; de St. Aubyn) is a surname or given name, of Norman-French origin[1] and may refer to:

Surname[edit]

See Tobin (surname)

People with the given name[edit]

See Tobin (name)


Places in the United States[edit]

Fictional characters[edit]

  • Princess Tobin, a character in Melanie Rawn's Dragon Prince series of fantasy novels
  • Russ Tobin, a character in a book series by Stanley Morgan
  • Prince Tobin, the main character in The Bone Doll's Twin by Lynn Flewelling
  • Mitch Tobin, protagonist of five mystery novels by Donald Westlake
  • Tobin Dax, past live of Dax in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Other uses[edit]

  • Tobin tax, a currency exchange tax first proposed by James Tobin
  • Tobin's q, an economic measure developed by James Tobin
  • a Tobin, or to Tobin, when loose stool is expelled unexpectedly during flatulence.

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