[hahrt-ferd] /ˈhɑrt fərd/
(George) Huntington, 2nd, 1911–2008, U.S. businessman and patron of the arts.
a port in and the capital of Connecticut, in the central part, on the Connecticut River.
[kuh-net-i-kuh t] /kəˈnɛt ɪ kət/
a state in the NE United States. 5009 sq. mi. (12,975 sq. km).
Abbreviation: Conn., Ct., CT (for use with zip code).
a river flowing S from N New Hampshire along the boundary between New Hampshire and Vermont and then through Massachusetts and Connecticut into Long Island Sound. 407 miles (655 km) long.
a port in central Connecticut, on the Connecticut River: the state capital. Pop: 124 387 (2003 est)
a state of the northeastern US, in New England. Capital: Hartford. Pop: 3 483 372 (2003 est). Area: 12 973 sq km (5009 sq miles) Abbreviation Conn., (with zip code) CT
a river in the northeastern US, rising in N New Hampshire and flowing south to Long Island Sound. Length: 651 km (407 miles)
U.S. state, originally the name of the river, said to be from Mohican (Algonquian) quinnitukqut “at the long tidal river,” from *kwen- “long” + *-ehtekw “tidal river” + *-enk “place.”
Capital of Connecticut.
Note: Center of the insurance industry.
State in the northeastern United States; southernmost of the New England states, bordered by Massachusetts to the north, Rhode Island to the east, the Atlantic Ocean to the south, and New York to the west. Its capital is Hartford, and its largest city is Bridgeport.
Note: One of the thirteen colonies.
noun 1. a climbing or sprawling fern, Lygodium palmatum, of the eastern U.S., having deeply lobed ivylike leaves.
/ˈhɑːθəkəˌnjuːt/ noun 1. ?1019–42, king of Denmark (1035–42) and of England (1040–42); son of Canute
[hahr-th uh-kuh-noot, -nyoot] /ˌhɑr ðə kəˈnut, -ˈnyut/ noun 1. . [hahr-duh-kuh-noot, -nyoot] /ˌhɑr də kəˈnut, -ˈnyut/ noun 1. 1019?–42, king of Denmark 1035–42, king of England 1040–42 (son of Canute). /ˈhɑːdɪkəˌnjuːt/ noun 1. same as Harthacanute
/ˈhɑːtɪŋtən/ noun 1. Lord. See (8th Duke of) Devonshire