Hodge

[1745 cricketer] Hodge (first name and dates unknown) was an English cricketer who played in major matches during the 1740s. He is recorded playing for Long Robin`s XI against Richard Newland`s XI at the Artillery Ground on Wednesday, 26 June 1745. Long Robin`s XI won by `over 70 runs`. As Hodge had established his reputation by 1745, he mu...
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Hodge

[cat] Hodge (fl. c.1769) was one of Samuel Johnson`s cats, immortalised in a characteristically whimsical passage in James Boswell`s Life of Johnson. Although there is little known about Hodge, such as his life, his death, or any other information, what is known is Johnson`s fondness for his cat, which separated Johnson from the views held ...
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hodge

one of the heavy beams used as a support in constructing a stage or wharf.
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Hodge

Type: Term Pronunciation: hoj Definitions: 1. Hugh L., U.S. gynecologist, 1796-1873. See: Hodge pessary
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