[huhg-inz] /ˈhʌg ɪnz/
[bren-tn] /ˈbrɛn tn/ (Show IPA), 1901–97, U.S. surgeon and medical researcher, born in Canada: Nobel Prize 1966.
Sir William. 1824–1910, British astronomer. He pioneered the use of spectroscopy in astronomy and discovered the red shift in the lines of a stellar spectrum
Huggins Hug·gins (hŭg’ĭnz), Charles Brenton. Born 1901.
Canadian-born American surgeon. He shared a 1966 Nobel Prize for research in hormone treatment for cancer of the prostate.
/ˈhʌɡɪ/ adjective -gier, -giest 1. (informal) sensitive and caring: a soft, lovely, huggy person
adjective (also kissy-huggy or kissy-kissy) Very affectionate; buddy-buddy, palsy-walsy: We are all very huggy-huggy with each other/ This is not gonna be a kissy-huggy book/ The kissy-kissy socials had all but disappeared (1980s+)
[hyoo or, often, yoo] /hyu or, often, yu/ noun 1. a male given name: from a Germanic word meaning “heart, mind.”. masc. proper name, from Old North French Hugues, Old French Hue, from a Frankish name meaning “heart, mind,” cf. Old High German Hugi, related to hugu “mind, soul, thought.” Very popular after the Conquest […]
- Hugh Capet
noun 1. . [key-pit, kap-it; French ka-pe] /ˈkeɪ pɪt, ˈkæp ɪt; French kaˈpɛ/ noun 1. Hugh or Fr. Hugues [yg] /üg/ (Show IPA), a.d. 938?–996, king of France 987–996. /ˈhjuː ˈkæpɪt; ˈkeɪpɪt/ noun 1. See Capet /ˈkæpɪt; kæˈpɛt; French kapɛ/ noun 1. Hugh or Hugues (yg). ?938–996 ad, king of France (987–96); founder of the […]