[hahr-per] /ˈhɑr pər/
James, 1795–1869, and his brothers John, 1797–1875, (Joseph) Wesley, 1801–70, and Fletcher, 1806–77, U.S. printers and publishers.
a male or female given name.
Stephen (Joseph). Born 1959. Canadian statesman; prime minister from 2006
Old English hearpere, agent noun from harp (v.). As a surname, from late 12c.
- James hogg
[hog] /hɒg/ noun 1. James (“the Ettrick Shepherd”) 1770–1835, Scottish poet. /hɒɡ/ noun 1. an uncastrated male pig 2. a sheep of either sex aged between birth and second shearing /hɒɡ/ noun 1. James, known as the Ettrick Shepherd. 1770–1835, Scottish poet and writer. His works include the volume of poems The Queen’s Wake (1813) […]
- James hutton
[huht-n] /ˈhʌt n/ noun 1. James, 1726–97, Scottish geologist: formulated uniformitarianism. /ˈhʌtən/ noun 1. James. 1726–97, Scottish geologist, regarded as the founder of modern geology 2. Sir Leonard, known as Len Hutton. 1916–90, English cricketer; the first professional captain of England (1953) Hutton (hŭt’n) Scottish geologist whose theories of rock and land formation laid the […]
- James I
noun 1. 1566–1625, king of England and Ireland 1603–25; as James VI, king of Scotland 1567–1625 (son of Mary Stuart). noun 1. called the Conqueror. 1208–76, king of Aragon (1216–76). He captured the Balearic Islands and Valencia from the Muslims, thus beginning Aragonese expansion in the Mediterranean 2. 1394–1437, king of Scotland (1406–37), second son […]
[jeym-zee-uh n] /ˈdʒeɪm zi ən/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or characteristic of the novelist Henry or his writings. 2. of, relating to, or characteristic of William or his philosophy. noun 3. a student or follower of Henry or William . /ˈdʒeɪmzɪən/ adjective 1. relating to or characteristic of Henry James or his brother, William […]