howe


howe

noun \ˈha, ˈhō\

Definition of HOWE

Scottish
:  hollow, valley

Origin of HOWE

Middle English (northern) holl hollow place, from Old English hol, from hol, adjective, hollow — more at hole
First Known Use: before 12th century

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Howe

biographical name \ˈha\

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Ed 1853–1937 Edgar Watson Am. journalist

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Elias 1819–1867 Am. inventor

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Gordie 1928– Gordon Howe Am. (Canad.-born) ice hockey player

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Julia 1819–1910 née Ward Am. suffragist & reformer

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Richard 1726–1799 Earl Howe Eng. admiral

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William 1729–1814 5th Viscount Howe; bro. of prec. Eng. gen. in America

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