Hussar

Hussar (ɑr {respell|hə|ZAR|`}, ɑr, or spelling pronunciation ɑr {respell|hə|SAR|`}) refers to a number of types of light cavalry. This type of cavalry first appeared in the Hungarian army of King Matthias Corvinus. The title and distinctive dress of these horsemen was subsequently widely adopted by light cavalry regiments in European and ot.....
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Hussar

• (n.) Originally, one of the national cavalry of Hungary and Croatia; now, one of the light cavalry of European armies.
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Hussar

Hus·sar' noun [ Hung. huszár , from husz twenty, because under King Matthais I., in the fifteenth century, every twenty houses were to furnish one horse soldier; confer German husar , French houssard , hussard , from the same source.] (Mil.) Originally, one ...
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hussar

From huszár, a light cavalry soldier.
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Hussar

HMS Hussar was a British Halcyon Class fleet minesweeper of 815 tons displacement of the Second World War launched in 1934 and sunk during the Second World War. HMS Hussar was powered by two sets of 3-cylinder compound engines providing a top speed of 16.5 knots. She carried a complement of 80 and was armed with two 4-inch anti-aircraft guns and fi...
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hussar

member of a European light-cavalry unit employed for scouting, modeled on the 15th-century Hungarian light-horse corps. The typical uniform of the ...
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Hussar

The Hussars were the Hungarian cavalry raised in 1448 by Matthias I. Every twenty houses was obliged to furnish a man, and the word Hussar derives from huszar - husz being Hungarian for twenty. The term Hussar developed to refer to any light cavalry similarly dressed and armed of other European armies.
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hussar

[n] - a member of a European light cavalry unit
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