[huhs; Czech hoo s] /hʌs; Czech hʊs/
John, 1369?–1415, Czech religious reformer and martyr.
the flesh of the European dogfish, when used as food
John, Czech name Jan Hus. ?1372–1415, Bohemian religious reformer. Influenced by Wycliffe, he anticipated the Reformation in denouncing doctrines and abuses of the Church. His death at the stake precipitated the Hussite wars in Bohemia and Moravia
/hʊˈseɪn/ noun 1. Nasser (ˈnæsə). born 1968, British cricketer born in India; played in 96 test matches for England (1990–2004), 56 as captain
[hoo-zahr] /hʊˈzɑr/ noun 1. (originally) one of a body of Hungarian light cavalry formed during the 15th century. 2. a member of a class of similar troops, usually with striking or flamboyant uniforms, in European armies. /hʊˈzɑː/ noun 1. 2. a Hungarian horseman of the 15th century n. 1530s, from German Husar, from Hungarian huszár […]
- Hussein ala
[ah-lah] /ˈɑ lɑ/ noun 1. Hussein [hoo-seyn] /hʊˈseɪn/ (Show IPA), 1888–1964, Iranian statesman and diplomat: premier in 1951 and from 1955 to 1957. /ˈeɪlə/ noun (pl) alae (ˈeɪliː) 1. (zoology) a wing or flat winglike process or structure, such as a part of some bones and cartilages 2. (botany) a winglike part, such as one […]
- Hussein I
noun 1. 1935–1999, king of Jordan 1953–99.