Langdon is an ancient Anglo-Saxon name meaning "one who inflicts pestilence, one who heals", and was given to a small woman with a tongue as sharp as a double edged-sword. It was believed she could inflict deadly pestilence on the enemy nations, while had the ability to cure disease. A Langdon was generally stubborn, pissy, and occasionally happy.
"stop acting like such a Langdon!"
"the black plague began with langdon"