Ludvig, Baron. 1684–1754, Danish playwright, poet, and historian, born in Norway: considered the founder of modern Danish literature
[hawg-bak, hog-] /ˈhɔgˌbæk, ˈhɒg-/ noun, Geology. 1. a long, sharply crested ridge, generally formed of steeply inclined strata that are especially resistant to erosion. /ˈhɒɡˌbæk/ noun 1. Also called hog’s back. a narrow ridge that consists of steeply inclined rock strata 2. (archaeol) a Saxon or Scandinavian tomb with sloping sides
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[eych-oh] /ˈeɪtʃˈoʊ/ noun 1. a model railroad gauge of 5/8 inches (16 mm).
[hoh-gahrth] /ˈhoʊ gɑrθ/ noun 1. William, 1697–1764, English painter and engraver. /ˈhəʊɡɑːθ/ noun 1. William. 1697–1764, English engraver and painter. He is noted particularly for his series of engravings satirizing the vices and affectations of his age, such as A Rake’s Progress (1735) and Marriage à la Mode (1745)
noun, English Furniture. 1. a Queen Anne chair having a solid splat and cabriole legs, all pieces having a cyma curve or outline.