Wiley

Wiley

__NOTOC__Wiley may refer to:

* Wiley, Colorado, a U.S. town
* Wiley-Kaserne, a district of the city of Neu-Ulm, Germany
* Wiley College, a college in Texas founded by Isaac Wiley
* Wiley Rein LLP, a U.S. Law Firm
* John Wiley & Sons, a publishing company specializing in reference books
* USS Wiley (DD-597), a U.S. destroyer named after William Wiley

People:
* Wiley (comics), pen name of American newspaper cartoonist David Wiley Miller
* Wiley (rapper), a British rapper / Grime MC

As a surname:
* Alan Wiley, British football referee
* Alexander Wiley, former U.S. Senator
* Autrey Nell Wiley, American literary critic
* D'Extra Wiley, American R&B singer, artist and producer/Screenwriter
* Don Craig Wiley, American crystallographer
* Geeshie Wiley, American blues singer of the early 1930s
* Harvey W. Wiley, American chemist
* Isaac Wiley, founder of Wiley College
* John C. Wiley, American ambassador
* John D. Wiley, Chancellor of UW-Madison
* Kehinde Wiley, American artist
* Laura I. Wiley, American politician
* Lee Wiley, American jazz singer of the 1930s
* Marcellus Wiley, American football player
* Morlon Wiley, American basketball player and coach
* Nathan Wiley, Canadian musician
* Nathaniel Wiley, American illustrator
* H. Orton Wiley, American Nazarene theologian
* Ralph Wiley, American sports journalist
* Richard E. Wiley, American lawyer and former Chairman of the Federal Communications
* William Wiley, U.S. sailor in the First Barbary War and namesake of the "USS Wiley"
* William H. Wiley, Representative to United States Congress from New Jersey and Publisher
* Rick Wiley, Marketing Specialist born in 1984

As a given name:
* Wiley Brooks, a former leading U.S. figure in the breatharian movement
* Wiley Post, the first person to fly solo around the world

ee also

* Wily
* Willey
* Wylie
* Wylye
* Wile E. Coyote, a cartoon character whose name sounds similar to "Wily"


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