[han-oh-ver] /ˈhæn oʊ vər/
a member of the royal family that ruled Great Britain under that name from 1714 to 1901.
a former province in NW Germany; now a district in Lower Saxony. 14,944 sq. mi. (38,705 sq. km).
a city in and the capital of Lower Saxony, in N central Germany.
a city in S Pennsylvania.
a town in SE Massachusetts.
[loh-er] /ˈloʊ ər/
a state in NW Germany. 18,294 sq. mi. (47,380 sq. km).
the English spelling of Hannover
a princely house of Germany (1692–1815), the head of which succeeded to the British throne as George I in 1714
the royal house of Britain (1714–1901)
a state of N Germany, on the North Sea and including the E Frisian Islands: a leading European producer of petroleum. Capital: Hanover. Pop: 7 993 000 (2003 est). Area: 47 408 sq km (18 489 sq miles) German name Niedersachsen
[han-oh-veer-ee-uh n] /ˌhæn oʊˈvɪər i ən/ adjective 1. of or relating to the former ruling house of . noun 2. a supporter of the house of . /ˌhænəˈvɪərɪən/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or situated in Hannover 2. of or relating to the princely house of Hanover or to the monarchs of England or their […]
noun 1. a city in NE Illinois.
Homeopathic Academy of Naturopathic Physicians
/hænˈrætɪ/ noun 1. James. 1936–62, Englishman executed, despite conflicting evidence, for a murder on the A6 road. Subsequent public concern played a major part in the abolition of capital punishment in Britain. New DNA evidence led to an appeal by Hanratty’s supporters being dismissed in 2002