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Hoopoe (Upupa Epops)

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A small crested bird revered by all the ancient Egyptians, and placed on the sceptre of Horus, to symbolise joy and filial affection. (Latin upupa, the hoopoe.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Hood (Robin)
Hoods (Anglo-Saxon hõd)
Hoodlum (American slang)
Hoodman Blind
Hook, Hooks
Hook it!
Hook or Crook (By)
Hookey Walker
Hooped Pots
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Hop
Hop-o-my-Thumb
Hope
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Hope-on-High Bomby
Hopkins (Matthew)
Hopkinsians
Hopping Giles
Hopton
Horace