[huhm-free] /ˈhʌm fri/
(Duke of Gloucester) 1391–1447, English soldier and statesman (youngest son of Henry IV).
Doris, 1895–1958, U.S. dancer, choreographer, and teacher.
Hubert H(oratio) 1911–78, U.S. politician: vice president 1965–69.
a male given name: from Germanic words meaning “high” and “peace.”.
Duke Humphrey, See Gloucester (sense 1)
Hubert Horatio. 1911–78, US statesman; vice-president of the US under President Johnson (1965–69)
masc. proper name, from Old English Hunfrið, probably from Proto-Germanic *hun “strength” + Old English frið “peace.” To dine with Duke Humphrey (17c.) meant to go without a meal, though the reason for the expression now is obscure.
[huhm-freez] /ˈhʌm friz/ noun 1. the highest peak in Arizona, in the N, in the San Francisco Mountains: 12,633 feet (3851 meters). /ˈhʌmfrɪz/ noun 1. a mountain in N central Arizona, in the San Francisco Peaks: the highest peak in the state. Height: 3862 m (12 670 ft)
/ˈhʌmfrɪz/ noun 1. (John) Barry. born 1934, Australian comic actor and writer, best known for creating the character Dame Edna Everage
noun 1. a pink salmon inhabiting North Pacific waters: so-called because of the hump that appears behind the head of the male when it is ready for spawning. [huhm-pee] /ˈhʌm pi/ noun, plural humpies. 1. . /ˈhʌmpɪ/ adjective humpier, humpiest 1. full of humps 2. (Brit, informal) angry or gloomy /ˈhʌmpɪ/ noun (pl) humpies 1. […]
[huhm-pee] /ˈhʌm pi/ noun, plural humpies. Australian. 1. any crude Aborigine hut or shelter, especially a shanty built at the edge of a town. [huhm-pee] /ˈhʌm pi/ noun, plural humpies. 1. . noun 1. a pink salmon inhabiting North Pacific waters: so-called because of the hump that appears behind the head of the male when […]