Hurst

• (n.) A wood or grove; -- a word used in the composition of many names, as in Hazlehurst.
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Hurst

Hurst noun [ Middle English hurst , Anglo-Saxon hyrst ; akin to Old High German hurst , horst , wood, thicket, German horst the nest of a bird of prey, an eyerie, thicket.] A wood or grove; -- a word used in the composition of many names, as in Hazle hurst .
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hurst

a wood (Ja, 301)
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hurst

a wood (Ja, 301)
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Hurst

Hurst, city (1990 pop. 33,574), Tarrant co., N Tex., a suburb of Fort Worth; inc. 1952. Helicopters, aviation parts, draperies, and bedspreads are manufactured. The city has benefited from the growth of high-technology and defense-related industries in the Dallas–Ft. Worth metropolitan area.
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Hurst

The USS Hurst was an American Edsall Class escort type destroyer of 1200 tons displacement of the Second World War launched in 1943. USS Hurst was powered by four Fairbanks-Morse diesel engines providing a top speed of 20 knots and a range of 13000 miles at 12 knots. She carried a crew of 220 and was armed with three 3-inch calibre dual-purpose gun...
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Hurst

Type: Term Pronunciation: hŭrst Definitions: 1. Edward Weston, 20th-century Australian physician. See: Hurst disease
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