[huhn-ting-tuh n] /ˈhʌn tɪŋ tən/
Collis Potter, 1821–1900, U.S. railroad developer.
Samuel, 1731–96, U.S. statesman: governor of Connecticut 1786–96.
a city in W West Virginia, on the Ohio River.
a city in NE Indiana.
a male given name: from an Old English family name, meaning “hunting estate.”.
noun 1. (def 1).
[huhs-kee] /ˈhʌs ki/ adjective, huskier, huskiest. 1. big and strong; burly. 2. (of the voice) having a semiwhispered vocal tone; somewhat hoarse, as when speaking with a cold or from grief or passion. 3. like, covered with, or full of . 4. made in a size meant for the larger or heavier than average boy: […]
[huhs; Czech hoo s] /hʌs; Czech hʊs/ noun 1. John, 1369?–1415, Czech religious reformer and martyr. /hʌs/ noun 1. the flesh of the European dogfish, when used as food /hʌs/ noun 1. John, Czech name Jan Hus. ?1372–1415, Bohemian religious reformer. Influenced by Wycliffe, he anticipated the Reformation in denouncing doctrines and abuses of the […]
/hʊˈseɪn/ noun 1. Nasser (ˈnæsə). born 1968, British cricketer born in India; played in 96 test matches for England (1990–2004), 56 as captain