Hugh

Meaning as a surname: Dweller by the projecting piece of land,
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Hugh

(from the article `Prester John`) ...when European Christians hoped to regain the Holy Land (Palestine) from the Muslims. In 1071 Jerusalem had been conquered by the Seljuq Turks. ...
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Hugh

Hugh is a English boy name. The meaning of the name is `intelligent` Where is it used? The name Hugh is mainly used In English.How do they say it elsewhere? Huw ( In Welsh) Hugo ( In Spanish, Portuguese, English, Dutch and In German) Ugo ( In Italian) Hugues ( In French) See also In Scottish: Shug (M) In English, French, German and In Czech: Ri...
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Hugh

[given name] Hugh (juː) is the English-language variant of the masculine given name Hugues, itself the Old French variant of Hugo, a short form of Continental Germanic given names beginning in the element hug- `mind, spirit` (Old English hyġe). The Germanic name is on record beginning in the 8th century, in variants Chugo, Hugo, Huc, Ucho...
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Hugh

[Dean of York] Hugh, first dean of York, was appointed by archbishop Thomas I before December 1093. He was present at a royal council at Gloucester on 25 December 1093 and visited Fountains Abbey with archbishop Thurstan on 9 October 1132. It was this abbey to which he retired as old and infirm, to become a Cistercian monk, in 1135 - he was...
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Hugh

[Kiba] Author: Bradly L. McGarr Cascadia 02:02, 7 November 2006 (UTC) A photo of an abandoned gas station off of Interstate 8 between Casa Grande and Gila Bend, Arizona, at the Junction of Interstate 8 and Arizona Highway 84. This is an original photo by the author, and I am releasing it under the following CC license: ...
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Hugh

[archbishop of Palermo] Hugh (died 1161) was an archbishop of Palermo. He was given the pallium by Pope Eugene III in 1150, but was denied the metropolitan authority previously granted by the Antipope Anacletus II. At Easter 1151, Hugh crowned William, son of Roger II, co-king at Palermo. In 1155, after the death of Roger, it was alleged th...
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Hugh

[abbot of Saint-Quentin] Hugh (802–844) was the illegitimate son of Charlemagne and his concubine Regina, with whom he had one other son: Bishop Drogo of Metz (801–855). Along with Drogo and his illegitimate half-brother Theodoric, Hugh was tonsured and sent from the palace of Aachen to a monastery in 818 by his father`s successor, Loui...
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Hugh

Hugh is a common English name: Hugh may also refer to: ==Noblemen and clergy== ===Cypriot/Frankish/French=== ===Anglo-Norman/English=== ===Gaelic=== The Gaelic name Aodh/Aedh/Aed is often translated into English as Hugh. Persons sharing this name who traditionally use the Gaelic form are listed below: ===Other=== == Fictional characters == ...
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Hugh

[name] The A`nowara`ko:wa Arena is a 3,000-seat multi-purpose arena in Cornwall Island, Ontario on the Akwesasne reservation. Built in 1995, it is home to the Akwesasne Wolves of the Eastern Ontario Junior Hockey League, the Akwesasne Indians of the Ontario Junior B Lacrosse League, and until the team dissolved in 2012, the Akwesasne Warrio...
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