[hyoo-buh l or, often, yoo-] /ˈhyu bəl or, often, ˈyu-/
David, 1926–2013, U.S. neuroscientist, born in Canada: Nobel Prize 1981.
Hubel Hu·bel (hyōō’bəl), David Hunter. Born 1926.
American neurobiologist. He shared a 1981 Nobel Prize for studies on the organization and functioning of the brain, particularly with respect to vision.
[hyoo-bert] /ˈhyu bərt/ noun 1. a male given name: from Germanic words meaning “mind” and “bright.”. masc. proper name, from French, from Old High German Hugubert, literally “bright-minded,” from hugu “mind” (see Hugh) + beraht “bright” (see Albert).
[hyoo-bur-tuh s-burg; German hoo-ber-too s-boo rk] /hyuˈbɜr təsˌbɜrg; German huˈbɛr tʊsˌbʊərk/ noun 1. a castle in E Germany, E of Leipzig: treaty ending the Seven Years’ War signed here 1763.
[hoo b-lee] /ˈhʊb li/ noun 1. a city in W Karnataka, in SW India. /ˈhuːblɪ/ noun 1. a city in W India, in NW Mysore: incorporated with Dharwar in 1961; educational and trading centre. Pop (with Dharwar): 786 018 (2001)
[hoo b-lee-dahr-wair] /ˈhʊb li dɑrˈwɛər/ noun 1. a city in Karnataka, SW India.